Emma Stoker lands the world ranking class in Poland

Emma Stoker raced ahead on Townhead Tallulah V to land the Baltica Spring tour world ranking 1.45m speed in Poland.

Emma has a great relationship with this Tabasco La Silla daughter and the 12-year-old answered every call to win by 1.70 sec, pushing Germany’s Marc Bettinger into second Monchiniqie. Emily Ward came home in a steadier time for fifth on Wild Rose in the mare’s first world ranking class. Both girls produced steadier rounds on their second rides, Emma taking 10th on Shelby 12 with Emily 12th on Remi Cavalleri.

Brits lifted the top two places in the gold tour 1.35m speed, Emily scoring another win in Poland with the consistent Doobally. Louise Whitaker slotted Cuata into second just over three sec behind for second. Four faults dropped Ben Raistrick and Benevita from a possible second down to ninth.

Ben claimed second place in the gold 1.30m with Mourinho, 1.11 sec behind the winner. Louise Whitaker chased hard and crossed the line just 0.01 sec behind for third on Cleopatra.

Romilly Simmons topped the silver tour 1m with more than four sec to spare on Ferani Paulowna. Madeleine Kellett posted a steadier clear on Zwalbe to take fourth and four faults dropped Lauren Hatcher and Zactly Voss into fifth.

Carmen Edwards broke the beam one and a half secfaster than the winner in the silver 1.30m speed on Seattle Davier, but a pole down put them in 10th. Gemma Wright also returned four faults for 12th on Ulrike Van Overis.

Charlotte Miekle posted a double clear in the silver tour 1.20m two-phase for ninth, Virginia 188 finishing 4.23 sec behind the pace.

In the silver 1.10m table C speed, Gemma Wright jumped into third place with On Board Candy, crossing the line almost four sec in arrears of the winner. Will Edwards eased Geriebanta into sixth after adding four sec with a rail down, and Madeleine Kellett pushed Ella VI into ninth.

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