Frenchman Titouan Schumacher led the speed class where home riders held up to sixth in a row. (Photo © Pixels Events)
Frenchman Titouan Schumacher led the French domain at home of €24,600 Prix Paris Normandie, taking the top six places.
Gregory Bodo’s course design speed class marked the beginning of CSI3* Canteleus with Titouan Schumacher’s victory alongside the 15-year-old mare Oceane de Nantuel (Diamant de Semilly x Quidam de Revel), recording a time of 66.90 seconds and securing 50 World Ranking Points with its result.
The clear dominance of house riders was extended with Patrice Delaveau and the 10-year-old mare Leotine Ledimar ZHDC (Lovefever II x Grosso Z) in 67.12 seconds occupying the second place, Emeric George took third with the 12-year-old gelding Rocker D’Ysieux (Crown Z x Royal Feu) in 67.91 seconds, fourth place for Alexandra Ledermann with the 12-year-old gelding Requiem de Talma (Cento x Qredo de Paulstra) in 69.45 seconds, while complete the sixth French protagonists Valentin Marcotte with the 10-year-old mare I’m Quite Bright (Quite Capitol x I Love You) in fifth place with 70.31 seconds and Penelope Leprevost next to the 9-year-old mare Ilena de Mariposa (Berlin x For Pleasure) in time of 70.34 seconds.
For Pan-American Ranking the American Olympic medalist Laura Kraut was accompanied by 10-year-old gelding Confu (Contact Me x Cambridge), who finished in 11th place with 71.54 seconds, adding World Ranking Points.
Going to the Latino Ranking Rene López of Colombia did not take a lot of time with the 13-year-old gelding Con Dios III (Colman x Romino) and finished in 78.20 seconds occupying 19th position. For his part Chilean rider Tomas Couve Correa demolished a pole to complete his course in 4 fouls and 81.57 seconds next to the 9-year-old gelding Uranus Boy (Querlybert Hero x Quidam of Revel).