Daniel Moseley and Escapado S win the seven-year-old in Vilamoura


Daniel Moseley won the seven-year-old with the Viola/Cavalier gelding Escapado S (pictured) with more than three seconds in hand. Nicole Pavitt and Gemmarco 16 were next best Brits in seventh.

Ireland’s Philip McGuane headed the six-year-old with the Irish-bred Kilderrys Joint Venture, a mare by the Hales family’s Olympic stallion Russel. Georgie Crumley was best Brit in fifth with a treble clear on Cotoki, and Laura Mantel must be considered the unluckiest rider on the showground. After winning several of the six-year-old classes on this tour with the consistent Zavall VDL/Monaco mare Funnycan, she beat the winning time by half a sec but at the expense of a very costly pole.

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Detailed results: 7YO SPEED – 1, Daniel Moseley/Escapado S 0 71.70; 7, Nicole Pavitt/Gemmarco 16 76.53; 13, Sophie Fawcett/Winning Good 0 78.37; 18, Emma Stoker/Townhead Ballulah 0 79.50; 37, John Crippen/Romalette 5 84.18; 39, Emma Stoker/Dieg’Eau De Villee 8 80.07. 6YO GP – 1, Ireland’s Philip McGuane/Kilderrys Joint Venture 0/0/0 32.29; 5, Georgie Crumley/Cotoki 0/0/0 34.88; 6, Laura Mantel/Funnycan 0/0/4 31.80; 8, Sammie-Jo Coffin/Follyfoot Dolce Vita DB Z 0/0/4 34.43; 10, Sammie-Jo Coffin/Catch The Pigeon II 0/0/8 33.83; 13, Megan Williams/Georgio 0/1; 16, Emma Stoker/Pembroke 3 0/4; 17, Bryony Ward/Pampelonne 0/4; 19, Joao Charlesworth/Come Again HP Z 0/4; 21, Alex Barr/Ferrara Durona 0/5; 23, Nicole Pavitt/Paris 16 4; 24, John Crippen/Caluca 2 4; 25, Sammie-Jo Coffin/Crocantino of Greenhill Z 4; 32, Emma Stoker/Everton De Villee 5; 34, Nicole Pavitt/Xena 16 8; 44, Danielle Farnsworth/Firestone II 12; 45, Emma Stoker/Cooper S 12.

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