The Canadian Tiffany Foster got a tight victory by 8 hundredths of a second in the opening of CSI4* La Coruña. Felipe Ramos Guinato of Brazil fifth and Uri Rosenzweig of Chile seventh. (Photo © csicasasnovas.com)
Canadian Olympic team member Tiffany Foster took the first victory in CSI4* La Coruna, dominating the speed class in 65.53 seconds.
Featuring the 11-year-old gelding Brighton (Contendro II x Quick Star) owned by Artisan Farms Llc & Torrey Pines St, Tiffany Foster won the NH Collection Trophy which accounted for 50 World Ranking Points, surpassing by only 8 hundredths of a second to Frenchman Aldrikh Cheronnet.
Being the fourth 2017 FEI win for Tiffany Foster, her opponents did not have a chance to overcome it, being Aldrick Cheronnet’s time of 65.71 seconds with the 10-year old gelding Tanel des Bonnes (Watch Me x Don Pierre), being escorted in third place by Frenchman Reynald Angot with the 11-year-old mare Symphonie des Biches (Kannan x Damiro B).
For Latino Ranking Felipe Ramos Guinato of Brazil highlighted in fifth place, a result that allowed him to add 30 World Ranking Points with the 13-year-old gelding Zenzero (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Burggraaf) in 67.72 seconds, while Chilean rider Uri Rosenzweig was in the seventh place to earn 25 points alongside the 9-year-old gelding Upper (Diamant de Semilly x Nadir di San Patrignano), to complete the last course below the barrier of 70 seconds in 68.89 seconds. Also the Colombian rider Dayro Arroyave added point in the 11th place with the 9-year-old gelding Uciano de la Botte (Luccianno x Arpege Pierreville) in time of 72.78 seconds.
The group of Latinos was completed within the points by Mexican rider Jose Alfredo Hernandez Ortega in the 16th place with 1 foul and was left out of the points the Venezuelan rider Patricia Alvarado along with the 11-year-old mare Souchka du Lys (Calvaro x Carnute) totaling 12 fouls in 36th place.