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Unbeatable Emma Augier de Moussac in Top Series Grand Prix presented by Commune de Meise

Sunday, 04 September 2016
CSI2* Brussels Stephex Masters 2016

Emma Augier de Moussac Emma Augier de Moussac and her new Audi A1. Photo © Scoopdyga

Yesterday she won the Future Stars Final, today she went to the top in the CSI2* Top Series Grand Prix presented by Commune de Meise: Emma Augier de Moussac (CZE) is in unbeatable form.

Augier de Moussac was one of eleven riders to clear the 1.45m track, moving on to the jump-off – where the first prize was an Audi A1.

It was probably the sight of the Audi A1 that made the riders put their horses in top gear for this jump-off. As first in the ring, Hilary Mc Nerney (USA) rode an incredibly fast round on the 12-year-old mare Z Acodate Ddl (Acord II x Aldatus), getting a spot-on turn to the third vertical and then later on racing down the final stretch to the last oxer to stop the clock on 33.86 seconds.

The riders following Mc Nerney, would illustrate exactly how fast she had been – none of the eight to come could catch her time. If they did, it came on the expense of a rail.

Second-last-to-go, it was Emma’s turn to enter the ring and the Czech rider gave it her everything aboard the fantastic 11-year-old mare Kanonja (Kannan x Baloubet du Rouet). Not once touching the brakes for the last three jumps, Emma went full speed to shave off 0.02 seconds on Mc Nerney’s time and eventually taking home the victory.

“It’s unbelievable! I could not even imagine winning the two-star Grand Prix with this mare, but I have been in a good rhythm the whole weekend,” said Emma – who also won the Top Series 1.40m against the clock the first day. “I said to myself ‘I am on a lucky start, so I might as well give it a go’. Honestly though, I did not think I could beat Hillary Mc Nerney’s time. I saw it, and she was so smooth and sleek around the turns – so I thought I had no chance. I thought she would win the class, and I would aim for second or third,” smiled Emma who had a hard time believing she had won three classes on three different horses at the Brussels Stephex Masters.

Third place in this Grand Prix went to Karel Cox (BEL) on Nicole, who was very close – only 0.08 seconds behind Augier de Moussac. Fourth was Markus Beerbaum on Tequila de Lile (Luccianno x Etna Paluelle), while fifth went to Emile Karim Fares (LIB) on Captain Z (Lord Z x Niveau).

Gilles Thomas leading rider in the Top Series at Brussels Stephex Masters

Gilles Thomas (BEL) was awarded as leading rider as the CSI2* Top Series concluded on Sunday.

The hugely talented 18-year-old, double gold medalist at the European Championships for juniors this year, picked up 272 points in the Top Series. The Belgian rider was followed by Santiago Lambre (MEX) only one point behind, while Jessica Mendoza (GBR) ranked third.

For the Top Series-title, Gilles Thomas won a one-year-lease of a STX two horse truck worth 22 272 Euro.

Emilie Conter leading rider in the Super Cup at Brussels Stephex Masters

Emilie Conter (BEL) – daughter of Brussels Stephex Masters’ own president and event director Stephan Conter – was awarded as leading rider as the CSI2* Super Cup concluded on Sunday.

The talented 16-year-old, a team gold medalist at the European Championships for juniors this year, picked up 260 points in the Super Cup. Another young Belgian talent followed as rank two: 14-year-old Thibault Philippaerts with 258 points. Janika Sprunger (SUI) finished as rank three.

Conter’s Super Cup-title gave her a one-year-lease of a STX two horse truck worth 22 272 Euro.


Source: Press release from Brussels Stephex Masters / Photo © Scoopdyga

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