Adrian Whiteway is in the mix in Mijas

Adrian Whiteway claimed fourth and sixth in the Master 1.40m on the Costa del Sol tour, Mijas. He eased the Nathos R/Rubert R 12-year-old Anytime II into fourth, finishing three sec behind the winner, France’s Frederic Bouvard on Hugh Grant de Muze. And Adrian also claimed sixth with the Contendro 10-year-old Carambow. Ireland’s Richard Howley was also clear on new ride Houpette (Douglas/Concorde) for ninth.

A bunch of Brits returned on one time fault, including Peter Charles with ABC Quantum Cruise, William Funnell on Billy Cool, Lauren Edwards aboard Ella Sandra G and Harry Charles with Vivaldi du Dom. Lara Whiteway with VDL Groep Alitta and Jamie Gornall on Carsten notched up two time faults and Jamie (Christian 25) and Stacey Babes on Camillo VDL finished on three faults.

Max Routledge was best Brit in the Master 1.45m, taking fifth on Peter Charles’ Cascane 12-year-old Stapleton Mist. The pair jumped double clear to finish 1.41 sec behind the winner, Switzerland’s Philippe Putallaz on Vancouver IV.

Jumping slower clears were – William Funnell in 11th on the Cevin Z eight-year-old Billy McCain, Anna Power in 12th on Crack van Overis Z and Carron Nicol 13th aboard Jaguar VD Berghoeve. Richard Howley finished on clear and four on Carpe Diem Z for 14th and Pippa Funnell returned on four with Billy Onslow.

Louise Whitaker jumped into fourth on the Kannan daughter Cleopatra in the Master 1.35m. They were 0.87 sec behind the winner, Philippe Putallaz on Quessant de Perhet. Ben Raistrick took 11th with Qashqai van het Veldo and Adrian Whiteway slotted Cash Point into 14th in the hotly contended second phase. Ashlee Harrison was just behind on Toupie du Quesnoy for 15th. Also jumping double clear was Daisy Davis and Newmarket Rare Jewel and Harry Charles with Valkyra van de Hilloho. Louise and second ride Ruby VIII returned home on three time faults.

Richard Howley pushed Renkum Ruby Rouge into third in the seven-year-old speed more than four sec behind the pace.

Ben Raistrick dominated the five-year-old speed, taking the top two places. He jumped the Up to Date sired Heaven Can Wait E into the top spot with Hessel (VDL Sheraton/Cantos) 0.75 sec in arrears for second. Brits filled four of the top five here, with Lauren Edwards and Carumba in fourth and Carron Nicol’s Goldeneye in fifth.

Ben jumped into fifth in the six-year-old speed on Cool Boy, nine sec behind the winner. Also clear was Eloise Guy in 11th on Gigidermie, Lauren Edwards and Kesara 12 th, Adrian Whiteway with Kimba in 14th and Morgan Kent 16 th on LSS Barbados. Lauren with second ride Expresso, Carron Nicol’s Galerius and Moonraker and Olivia Skinner’s Heather M finished on four.

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