Trevor Breen takes the world ranking class in Moorsele

October 6, 2017

Trevor Breen lifted the world ranking 1.45m in Moorsele, Belgium, with the big-jumping mare Bombay. 

Sixty-two contended this two-phase class but Trevor found all the shortcuts on the Lord Z/Bon Ami 10-year-old to hold off French challenges by 0.43 sec.  Patrice Delaveau claimed second on Leontime Ledimar Z HDC with Romain Potain in third on Impressario VD Heffinck. 

Trevor was fifth in day one’s seven-year-old with Feliano B (Zirocco Blue VDL/Aline B), almost five sec behind the winner, and also picked up 10th on day two with a double clear. 

Nicole Pavitt reached the 19-strong jump-off of the 1.40m on the home-bred eight-year-old Unbelievable Darco stallion Gemmarco 16 but eight faults in the round two dropped them to 12th. 

Brits filled the top three in the opening day’s 1* 1.10m, Alex Bishop claiming the win on the Ard Ohio/Golden Cliff 14-year-old Killagriff Ohio Lou with an impressive 3.09 sec in hand.

Olivia Skinner jumped into second with the Concorde 11-year-old Sir Henry IV and Caroline Breen rode the Ard VDL Douglas 12-year-old Kilmastulla Douglas into third. Trevor was also clear in this speed class to take ninth on Billy Drizzle. 

And Alex made it a double, topping day two’s 1.20m two-phase with Ohio Lou, finishing with 0.16 sec in hand over Trevor Breen’s Billy Drizzle. Caroline was also double clear on Kilmastulla Dougas to take eighth. Also penalty-free was Nicole with Goldstar and Camilla Bingham aboard Sportsfield Fleurie for 10th and 11th. 

Becky Ravilious jumped into sixth in the 1.35m two-phase with a double clear on the Zalerno/Lancaster eight-year-old Marina Z, finishing more than seven sec behind the winner. Belgium’s Geoffrey Caobbaut claimed a one-two here with ID1 and Uomini. 

A steady round from Nicole and Flavio picked up one time fault in the 1.30m speed to take 17th.  

Trevor claimed fourth in day one’s five and six-year-old with the Numero Uno/Indoctro six-year-old Get Off, the finishing 0.69 sec behind the pace. A steady double clear handed the pair 12th place in day two’s five and six-year-old. Ben Talbot posted clear and four on the six-year-old Urbanis R Z for 20th place.


Photos © Jumping Around & Greg Ravilious



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