Tim Gredley takes a second on Unex Omega Star in Knokke

Tim Gredley and the Quickstar 14-year-old Unex Omega Star claimed second in the Gold 1.45m at Knokke, 1.29 sec behind the winner, France’s Titouan Schumacher on Oceane de Nantuel. Sam Hutton took seventh on eight-year-old Iloica VD Bisschop with James Davenport 13th with the Cardento 12-year-old Tiger. Ben Maher and the Casall/Calvaro Z eight-year-old Cliff 67 had four faults for 16th.

Max Routledge headed the 1.40m seven-year-old with Chanel IV, winnng by 0.63 sec from the USA’s Sophie Gracida on Sentimiento LS La Silla. Four faults in the second phase dropped Chloe Aston and Cornado’s Boy RC to ninth.

Sam Ward took third in the 2* 1.35m speed on the Hors La Loi mare Wish. Emma Stoker and Miss Moneypenny finished fifth. Max jumped for one time fault on Haifa OL for 16th.

Billy Twomey eased the Cavalier/Animo 14-year-old Tin Tin into sixth in the 3* 1.50m speed, 2.66 sec behind the pace. Graham Gillespie took eighth aboard the nine-year-old Calvaro Z/Heartbreaker home-bred Celine. Emma Stoker and Townhead Tallulah V had four faults.

Anna Wilks and the 12-year-old Undicci were fifth in the 1.40m, more than five sec slower than the winner. Ben Maher and Diva posted one time fault in the second phase for 16th. And Ellie Hall-McAteer pushed Dazzle into third in the 1.25m, 0.88 sec behind the winner.

Emma jumped for clear and four in the six-year-old final to take eighth on Pembroke 3. Tim Wilks (Kay) and Cressy Neads (Freya) also posted clear and four for 10th and 12th. Graham Gillespie with Calvaro’s Up To Date, Sam Ward aboard Felicite and Emma with Everton De Villee had four in round one. Peter Charles (Foline) and Stacy Babes (Dignity) finished on five.

Stuart Neads jumped a steady double clear in the 2* 1.45m on the nine-year-old Lordanos stallion Lordanos Junior for 20th.

Brits were out of luck in the five-year-old final. Tim Wilks and the Warrior/Caretino Glory stallion Glory Warrior posted two time faults. Emma on Shariva had four faults and Cool Cash finished on five faults.

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