Chloe Aston and Annabel Shields take second on the final day in Roosedaal

Chloe Aston jumped into second in Roosendaal’s 1.35/1.40m accumulator with Chico on the final day of the meeting in Holland. The Catoki/Concept nine-year-old finished 1.28 sec behind the winner, the Netherlands’ Johnny Pals and Urjul Van Generhese. Chloe also took 13th place on the seven-year-old Cornado stallion Cornado’s Boy RC.

In the Verkeersschool 1.30m accumulator, Annabel Shields slotted My Casall, a Cassini II/Casall seven-year-old, into second. They were 1.44 sec behind the winner, Luxembourg’s speedy Victor Bettendorf on Candy Blue. Louise Saywell also posted a maximum score on the six-year-old mare Kacandra to take 10th spot.

The Netherlands’ Ruben Romp headed the 2* world ranking 1.45m grand prix on Audi’s Teavanta II C Z in a 16-horse decider. Louise Saywell was the only Brit represented in the jump-off with Graham Ward’s Feigtling jumping for clear and four to take ninth. James Davenport was unlucky not to join them, just one time fault preventing their inclusion in the jump-off and he finished 18th on the 10-year-old Air Jordan daughter Air Travel.

Leonie Aitkenhead on Clane K and Annabel Shields with Wet Wet Wet jumped for four faults to finish 20th and 21st in the 60-strong class.

Four faults dripped Jonathan Dixon and Camona out of the running in the 1* 1.30m grand prix.

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