Ireland’s Anthony Condon topped the five and six-year-old handicap with Guadelupe, the six-year-old Zambesi/Papillon Rouge mare claiming the win by half a sec.
Chloe Aston slotted the five-year-old Magic Chanti into third and Isaac Hall claimed 13th on the five-year-old Corazon Van Paebroek Z.
Also jumping clear was Joe Clee, in 15th on the six-year-old Libelle VD Heffinck, and Jack Whitaker finished 22nd on Leonardo.
British-based Patrick Nisbett riding for Bermuda headed the 1.20m with Jahwara D’Ysenbeeck Z, the seven-year-old mare taking the win by 0.68 sec in the 19-strong two-phase.
Joe Clee was best Brit in the 2* 1.40m speed with 10th on the seven-year-old Calvaro/Diamant De Semilly stallion Kafka VD Heffinck more than five sec behind the pace. Robert Murphy was right behind for 11th with the 10-year-old Chablis and Michael Whitaker posted steady clears with Con Man JX and Valmy De La Lande to finish down the line in the 89-strong class.
Ashlee Harrison posted a double clear on the selle Francais seven-year-old Atout Des Trambles for 10th in the 2* 1.30m two-phase, finishing 10 sec behind the pace. Jack Whitaker was also penalty-free on El Wee Widge to take 15th and Anthony picked up just one time fault for 17th with Off The Record.
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