Brits and Irish are on form in Eschweiler


British-based riders were on a winning sreak at Eschweiler, Germany. Cheshire-based Irishman Anthony Condon claimed victory in the Diamond tour 1.40m with Kat Taylor’s Oklund 10-year-old Balzac.

Millie Allen continued on her winning run, taking the Gold tour 1.35m on Brooklyn 28, a Tenerife VDL/No Limit 10-year-old. And Geoff Billington headed the Silver tour 1.20m on Catino, a Cartogran/Lauriston nine-year-old by 0.41 sec.

Jenna Palmer Evans topped the five-year-old on Quick Step Fanatasia Z, a five-year-old with Quasimodo Z/Enrico bloodlines, and Felix McCartney took seventh in the six-year-old on the Irco Mirco Gii/Quick Star grey Renkum Joseph.

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Results: GOLD TOUR 1.35m – 1, Millie Allen/Brooklyn 28 0 51.33. DIAMOND TOUR 1.40m – 1, Ireland’s Anthony Condon/Balzac; 17, Graham Gillespie/Reve De Bacon; 21, Maja Burnell/Carnaval Komombo. SILVER TOUR 1.20m – 1, Geoff Billington/Catino 0 60.26; 12, Jenna Palmer Evans/Cocoa 0 71.23. 5YO – 1, Jenna Palmer Evans/Quick Step Fantasia Z 0 47.90. 6YO – 1, Brazil’s Yuri Borges/Erasmus Van Ter Hilst 0 47.86; 7, Felix McCartney/Renkum Joseph 0 47.00; 13, Jenna Palmer Evans/Chicago Blue 3 0 48.29; 20, Graham Gillespie/Calvaro’s Up To Date 0 49.76. 7YO – 1, Germany’s Alexander Hufenstuhl/Benur Du Romet 0 47.31; 13, Felix McCartney/Quintano 35 0 47.89; 17, Graham Gillespie/Cayo Z 1 51.38.

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