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First French national anthem in Dinard as Cédric Angot wins

Friday, 03 August 2018
CSI5* Jumping International Dinard 2018

Cédric Angot and Talents des Moitiers. Photo (c) Pixels events. Cédric Angot and Talents des Moitiers. Photo (c) Pixels events.

French rider Cédric Angot won Thursday's 1.45m Alvalle Prize at Jumping de Dinard, as second last to go with Talent des Moitiers (Joyau de Bloye x Plein d'Espoir V). 

A total of 41 of the best riders in the world took to the impressive grass arena to tackle the course designed by Jean François Morand, in a class supported by Alvalle, historical partner of the event, with a prize money of 25,000 Euro on offer. If some riders chose this class to prepare for Sunday's Grand Prix, others decided to play the game and fight for the best time.

Angot did the latter and stopped the clock at 34’’81, and had the Marseillaise played in the Val Porée stadium. The second place went to the Belgian rider Grégory Wathelet on Eldorado van Het Vijverhof (Thunder van het Zuuthoeve x Omar), in a time of 36’’42 while the Israel's Daniel Bluman and Edison (Winner x Gentleman) placed third in 36’’76.


Press release from Junping de Dinard

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