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Jonathan McCrea and Aristoteles V fly to victory in the final Grand Prix

Monday, 06 August 2018
CSI3* International Bromont 2018

Photo (c) Tom von Kap-herr. Jonathan McCrea and Aristoteles V. Photo (c) Tom von Kap-herr.

American Jonathan McCrea stepped on top of the podium today winning the final Grand Prix at the 2018 International Bromont, with Aristoteles V.

Canadian course designer Michel Vaillancourt’s course comprised 13 obstacles for 16 efforts, including a triple combination coming out of a broken line. Therefore, 11 horse-rider pairs qualified for the jump-off round.

With the fastest time in the first round, Christine McCrea & Dali de Vy are first out in the jump-off, but a pole down at the seventh obstacle keeps the door open for the pairs still to come, allowing them to take the lead. The next two pairs, Nicholas Dello Joio & Columbcille de Reve as well as Mario Deslauriers & Jamaica van Paemel, execute a clear jump-off round, taking the first two places in the standings at that point.

The arrival of Jonathan McCrea & Aristoteles V on the course changes things. The pair take advantage with a double clear round in a time of 42.54 seconds. Only Susan Horn & Lilly Fee (40.83) and Leslie Howard & Quadam (41.98) will be able to surpass their time, but poles down, respectively at the seventh and first obstacles, will prevent them from winning.

International Bromont presents its 43rd edition in the picturesque setting of the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park, at the heart of the beautiful region of the Eastern Townships. For more information on the schedule, visit our Web site at www.internationalbromont.org.


Source: Press release from International Bromont / Photo (c) Tom von Kap-herr. 

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