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Ben Maher took a home win at Olympia

Sunday, 18 December 2011

A well deserved win for Ben Maher and Triple X III in London. Photo by Kit Houghton/FEI.Riding Triple X III (Namelus R x Cantango), Ben Maher made the crowds go crazy by winning the seventh leg of the FEI Rolex World Cup qualifier in London today. Maher and his homebreed Triple X proved to be the best combination amongst the eleven who qualified for the jump-off. Maher was 0.34 seconds ahead of Marcus Ehing riding Sabrina (Sandro Boy x Landadel), and Dermott Lennon riding Hallmark Elite (Lord Byron Z x Renville) who finished in third place. All top three combinations produced double clears.

Laura Kraut and her lovely Cedric ended up fourth, while Rolf-Göran Bengtsson keeps collecting points by taking the fifth place with Ninja la Silla (Guidam x Lys de Darmen). The young talent Manuel Anon showed another great performance at Olympia and ended up as number six with Rackel Chavannaise (Voltaire x Papillon Rouge).


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