Richard Howley is again in the money in Mijas


Repeating his result of 24 hours earlier, Ireland’s Richard Howley and Chinook claimed third in the Master world ranking 1.45m on the Costa del Sol tour, Mijas. Twenty of the 69 starters jumped clear, with Richard slotted the Tygo nine-year-old into third more than three sec behind the pace.

William Funnell finished equal fourth with the Cevin Z eight-year-old Billy McCain, dead-heating on time with Denmark’s Lars Bak Andersen on Carrasco. William also took 16th on Billy Cool with clear and four and James Smith claimed 18th aboard Balibu on clear and eight.

On four faults in round one was Steven Franks (Abdul Aziz), Max Routledge (Stapleton Mist), Richard Howley (Calmond), Lara Whiteway (VDL Groep Alitta), Harry Charles (Dino) and James Smith (Bolton Gate Ben).

Lara Whiteway headed the Master 1.30m speed on the Kannan 13-year-old Pericles, winning with almost a sec in hand. Emily Llewellyn eased the seven-year-old Ella VI into third, just in front of Adrian Whiteway on Sharon Baldwin’s Com Air 10-year-old Cash Point. William Funnell took eighth on Billy In Fashion.

Lara also claimed second in the Premium 1.20m on the 10-year-old Cavalia WH, half a sec behind the winner. Julie Slade took eighth on Billy Angelo.

Harry jumped into fifth on the Diamant De Semilly seven-year-old Valkiry De Zance in the Master 1.35m, finishing four sec behind the winner, the Netherlands’ Doron Kuipers on Baileys. Max slotted the seven-year-old Sieco into sixth with James Smith seventh on Just Max – all jumping double clear. A total of 16 accessed the jump-off, with Jamie Gornall in 10th on Le Beau and Max Routledge 11th on Carus Royale, both posting clear and four. Daisy Davis and Anatar II claimed 14th with clear and eight. One time fault prevented Adrian Whiteway access to the jump-off and he took 19th on Cojack.

Jumping steady clears in the Premium 1.30m, Honor Draycot took 12th on Lux De Lux and Anna Power claimed 14th with Galizano. And Skye Klein claimed seventh on Heavy C in the 1.10m.

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