International round-up: Brits abroad and how they fared

Spencer Roe claimed third in Roosendaal’s 2* big tour grand prix with the Padinus 13-year-old Wonder Why.

Only three jumped first round clears with the class won on the only double clear by Canada’s Jaclyn Duff on Eh All Or None. Spencer beat the time, but at the expense of a rail on the floor, and took third by just one hundredth of a sec behind Colombia’s Dayro Arroyave on High Tech Vy de Septon.

Four faults in the Mercedes Benz 2* small tour speed dropped Annabel Shields and My Casall to 18th.

Stuart Neads claimed third in the Gold tour world ranking 1.45m grand prix in Ciecocinko, Poland, on the nine-year-old Lordanos stallion Lordanos Junior.

Twelve of the 44 riders jumped round one clears, but only four came home on a double clear, Stuart finishing 4.25 sec behind the winner with a steady jump-off pace. Cressy Neads also jumped in the grand prix, but both Elton II and Townhead Chinton posted four faults to finish down the line.

On the steadiest of the double clears with Chaska II, Stuart took eighth in the Gold tour 1.40m. And he jumped into sixth spot on Cocomone in the 1.30m speed. Only two clears were produced, Stuart posting four faults.

Anna Power claimed third with the Tombola 10-year-old Blazer B in the 1.45m speed at St Lo, France finishing three sec in arrears. Steven Franks and Brutus III took 12th with Yazmin Pinchen 14th on Van De Vivaldi, Emma O’Dwyer 17th on HHS Figero and Harriet Nuttall in 19th on Galway Bay Jed.

Yazmin posted victory in the 3* 1.40m at St Lo with the Verdi sired Bandito, winning by 0.39 sec. Anna slotted Chesterfield Z into eighth with Steven on Carlow Cruiser 10th in the 55-strong class.

Carmen Edwards jumped into the winner’s spot on new ride Jasper Bogibo Z, a John Z/Hemmingway 11-year-old, in the 3* 1.30m speed, winning by almost six sec.

Taisie de Gruchy claimed seventh in the 1.35m accumulator with joker on the nine-year-old Winner of Picobello Z, scoring a maximum but finishing 2.43 sec adrift of the winner.

Katie Gygax finished in 16th on Vigo Mail in the 1* 1.25/1.30m top rider on four faults in round one, and Ricki Hill took 11th with a steady clear in the 1.20m speed on Emerald Bay. Madeleine Kellett rode Cornelia into seventh in the 1.15m speed.

Charlotte Platt and the Verdi/Padinus eight-year-old stallion Jenson 55 finished 12th in the 3* world ranking 1.50m grand prix qualifier at Opglabbeek, Belgium. Fifteen jumped first round clears with 10 jumping clear again. Four faults in the jump-off dropped Charlotte down the line. Chloe Aston and Chico returned on five faults.

James Emblen eased Filou Van Overis into sixth spot in the 3* 1.40m, jumping a double clear in the 15-strong jump-off – yielded from 63 starters – but finishing 4.22 sec behind the winner.

Chloe Aston jumped into second place in the 1.30m section two with the Cicero Z eight-year-old Ilias, 1.50 sec off the pace.

Ellie Meager took eighth in the 1.20m section one on the Calato stallion Cassius III, 4.23 sec behind the pace in the 12-strong decider. Lee Williams finished 12th on the Calvaro Z/Quickstar six-year-old Catango.

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