Joseph Stockdale guns to victory in the Sevilla world ranking class
Joseph Stockdale scored a great win in the world ranking big tour 1.45m with Gunner on the Sevilla tour in Carmona, Spain.
Thirty-six contended this speed class but Joseph was on form to angle fences and execute all the tight turn options to won by 1.03 sec on the Winningmood 13-year-old.
Joseph also claimed third and fourth on Chacarel and Tornado Des Monts in the 12-strong big tour 1.35m in a five-horse decider. Lucy Townley was fifth with Billy Quids In.
Lucy jumped to the top in the small tour 1.40m two-phase on Billy Kodac, winning by 2.16 sec. Lucy also finished fourth on Emmylou with four faults in the second phase. And Lucy was third on Billy Kat in the big tour 1.30m more than 12 sec off the winning time.
Julie Slade claimed victory in the 11-horse small 1.10m speed with Billy Gogo with a handsome 4.12 sec to spare. Emily Mason slotted Impala into fourth.
Jane Annett eased Cliasira BH into second in the 12-horse small 1.30m speed 3.04 sec off the pace and was also clear to take sixth with Billy Tudor.
Andrew Saether was 0.98 sec in arrears of the winning time for second in the 16-entry small 1.20m on Baika De L’Abbaye. Jane eased Pallas Masterclass into third with Joseph also double clear on Union Jack for fifth.
Sophie Stockdale jumped to the top in the bronze 1.30m in Oliva Nova, Spain, with Grauffs Clear Round.
Fifty-five contended this speed class with Sophie and the Clearway 11-year-old winning with 0.63 sec in hand. Tess Carmichael guided Atlantis PP Z into fifth, Maja Burnell finished 11th on Carnaval Komombo and four faults dropped Claire Beecroft down to 16th on Vanda Cartier.
Imogen Beecroft raced to a win in the bronze 1.20m speed with Untouchable, the Andiamo/Lux 18-year-old victorious by 1.17 sec. Alicia Store finished ninth in the 61-horse class with Uranie.
Jo Mcglory claimed equal second in the silver 1.40m two-phase with the Kannan 12-year-old Triomphe Kervec after dead-heating on time with The Netherlands’ Remco Been on Balou Van Het Molenhof Z 0.91 sec behind the winner. Chloe Winchester was also double clear to finish ninth with Corcon.
British-based South African Charles Luyckx rode Virtuose D’Eole into ninth in the 54-horse world ranking gold 1.45m two-phase 7.81 sec off the pace.
Tony French was fifth in the 59-entry silver 1.25m speed with the Chin Chin 13-year-old Boda RE 6.34 sec behind the pace. Jo rode into 11th on Flaming Key SR Z and Tess Carmichael took 15th with Bangle SR.
Tony was also sixth in the 42-strong gold 1.40m speed with the Yeats eight-year-old Finnisk Castor 4.33 sec off the pace.
Maja Burnell finished 10th in the 33-horse bronze 1.35m speed on Carlosspri six sec off the pace. Maja also claimed 17th with the steadiest of the clears on Caluna Z.
In Valencia, Spain, Abbe Burchmore Eames slotted Booming Blue Z into second in the master 1.35m speed, the 11-year-old Berlin/Carthago Z mare finishing 1.77 sec behind the winner in the 23-horse class.
Danny Dunne topped the 10-entry premium 1.40m speed with the 10-year-old mare Casalli Z with 1.04 sec to spare.
Madeleine Kellett landed the top two places in the nine-horse premium 1.10m speed, wininng on the Warrant/Phin Phin six-year-old I-Bless with the only clear and posting the fastest four aboard the Heartbeat seven-year-old SHW Early Dawn for second spot.
Tania Moody slotted the Tornesch 10-year-old Gitte into eighth in the 41-strong world ranking master speed 1.45m just over five sec behind the pace. Karl Robins was also clear for 12th on G Camille HBF.
And Tania picked up third in the 19-entry master 1.40m two-phase with the Flipper D’Elle 14-year-old Reine Du Very 2.08 sec behind the winner.
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