Chloe Aston claims a win in Vilamoura
Brits filled the top three places in the 3* 1.45m at Vilamoura, Portugal, Chloe Aston racing away to take victory on the consistent Amigo T.
Seventy-six contended this speed class with Chloe and the Padinus 12-year-old taking the win by 0.87 sec. Harry Charles jumped into second on the Wender R/Iroko 10-year-old Controe followed closely by Laura Renwick and Bintang II.
Jude Burgess also posted a quick clear on Comeback De Fremis for ninth.
Laura claimed third in the 3* 1.40m speed on MHS Washington, the nine-year-old Obos Quality daughter finishing 1.82 sec behind the winner. Alex Rident slotted Come Back into fourth and George Whitaker finished fifth on Flip. Jaime Marsh was also clear for 12th on Casaktie and Jess Mendoza on Sam De Bacon and Emma Stoker with Townhead Campus jumped steady clears to finish further down the line.
And Laura was best Brit in the 1.35m speed with second on Alothain De Blondel, the Newton De Kreisker seven-year-old finishing 1.54 sec behind the winner. Harriet Nuttall guided Dulf into eighth spot and Flo Norris was also clear on Songe De Toscane for 18th.
Abbe Elliott (nee Burchmore Eames) had to settle for second in the 1.30m, just 0.06 sec keeping the Lupicor 10-year-old Casti Aneira out of the spot.
Jess Mendoza and Wan Architect slotted into fifth and Flo Norris guided Supe D YSieux into eighth. Jaime Marsh was also clear for 12th on Favall.
Jaime Marsh claimed fourth in the six-year-old two-phase with Late Night S (Der Senaat III/Skippy II) finishing 2.45 sec behind the pace. Megan Williams was also double clear on for 15th on Kingdom Come and Leo Lormer was 16th on one time fault in the second phase.
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