Switzerland's Martin Fuchs took yet another win on Saturday, when he went to the top in the 1.50 Grand Prix qualifier at the CSI4* event in Mons. Riding his top horse PSG Future (Cashandcarry x Lorentin I), Fuchs rode a blistering fast round in the Prix MC Guillaume - that went against the clock - to stop the timers on 56.70 seconds with their great performance.
Fuchs pushed Ukraine's Katharina Offel down to second with his round, after she had been in the lead from early on in the almost-50-rider class. Offel was aboard Sky Fly SB (Carnute x Contender), that lived up to his name - with a round that saw the clock stop at 57.23 seconds. Third place went to home rider Gregory Wathelet on Coree de Hus (Cornet Obolensky x Liberty Life), who was not too far behind Katharina on a time of 57.52 seconds. Jerome Guery from Belgium ended fourth and Great Britain's Guy Williams fifth.
Earlier in the day Williams won the 1.45 table C Prix Ricoh on Casper de Muze (Triomphe de Muze x Corsaire de Vauban). Bernardo Alves ended second and Niklaus Rutschi third.
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