Harriet Nuttall is best Brit in St Lo 3*
Harriet Nuttall with the Touchdown 12-year-old A Touch Imperious claimed sixth in the 3* 1.45m at St Lo, France. The pair finished almost nine sec behind the pace in the 11-horse jump-off, yielded from 58 starters.
Yazmin Pinchen took fourth in the 3* 1.35m on the Con Air mare Con Chilli, 2.05 sec in arrears. Emma O’Dwyer claimed eighth on Ribanbelle Tame with Steven Franks just behind on Carlow Cruiser for ninth. Yazmin was also 14th on Bandito.
Carmen Edwards claimed victory in the 1* 1.25m speed at San Giovanni, Italy, winning by 0.48 sec on the 12-year-old Zarissa. Katie Gygax took 10th on Vigo Mail and finished 18th with a steady double clear in Saturday’s equivalent.
Carmen also took ninth in the 1.30m aboard Jasper Bogibo Z, in arrears by almost seven sec.
Katie finished 11th in Saturday’s 1.30m speed aboard Royal De Chalusse with Taisie de Gruchy posting a steadier clear for 17th on Winner of Picobello Z.
Will Edwards took second in Friday’s six-year-old on the Chacco Blue sired SHW Candies B, 0.57 sec behind the pace, and Taisie de Gruchy finished 12th in the seven-year-old on Hoodshill First Look. Will and Candies B took fourth on Saturday.
In Saturday’s five-year-old, Carmen and the Casanova Du Domaine Z sired Eclipse II was one of only two double clears for equal first. Carmen (Twinning Hill), Ricki Hill (Dubai) and Taisie (Live the Life) incurred just one time fault to take equal third. Will posted four faults on Candy Blue and five on Tinkas Brook for sixth and eighth.
Madeleine Kellett, fourth and fifth in Friday’s 1.15m with double clears on Castello and Cornelia, pushed the Contendro 11-year-old Cornelia into victory on Saturday, winning by an impressive 2.47 sec.
In Roosendaal 2*, Holland, Annabel Shields took third in the young horse class on the Zenith/Chellano Z six-year-old Rubin VHS in Roosendaal, Holland. The pair produced the fastest time in the 10-strong jump-off, but it was marred by four faults. Jonathan Dixon finished fifth on the Balou Du Rouet seven-year-old Evian.
In Ciecocinko 2*, Poland, Stuart Neads claimed 10th in the gold tour 1.40m on Chaska II with clear and four in the 12-strong jump-off. Ziv Tomer took third and fourth in the silver tour 1.10m final on Quoit R and Rivaux.
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