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Twomey and Vanderveen with Friday's biggest wins at CSI5* Dinard

Saturday, 03 August 2019
CSI5* International Jumping of Dinard 2019

Photo © Pixels events. Kristen Vanderveen and Bull Run’s Faustino de Tili. Photo © Pixels events.

 

From press release by Jumping International Dinard

 


 

In Friday's first CSI5* class at Jumping International Dinard, a 1.45m Table A against the clock presented by the Conseil Départemental d’Ille et Vilaine, some of the riders decided to take their time and give their horse a last training session ahead of Sunday's Rolex Grand Prix. Others chose to go for the time, like American rider Kristen Vanderveen and Bull Run’s Faustino de Tili who clinched the victory ahead of French riders Edward Levy with Divine de la Roque in second place and Tony Cadet with Uppsala Del Cabalero in third place.

In the CSI5* 1.55m Grand Prix qualifier, presented by Suez, Irish rider Billy Twomey was the best of the 46 pairs on the start list. By more than a second, Twomey and Chat Botte E.D left Sweden's Douglas Lindelöw with Cheldon behind them in runner-up position while German rider Tobias Meyer riding Samourai 501 ended third. French rider Edward Levy finished fourth with Drag du Buisson Z. 

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