Amy Inglis and Georgia Tame team up to win in Paris
Amy Inglis and Georgia Tame claimed third and fourth in the individual under 25 1.45m in a two-round competition at Saut Hermes, Paris. And their combined scores as they joined forces in the team competition handed them victory.
Both Amy on the home-bred Guidam/Wellington 11-year-old Wishes and Georgia aboard the 15-year-old Cash Up jumped clear in both rounds and although they were more than four sec steadier than second placed Germany, they were the only pair on a zero score to take the win.
In the individual competition, Amy took third almost four sec behind the winner and Georgia was 0.31 sec in arrears for fourth.
Four faults in the feature 5* 1.60m grand prix dropped Louise Saywell and Jallelah OL out of contention and into 22nd place. France’s Simon Delestre gave the French crowds a home win in the 13-horse jump-off on Hermes Ryan with just 0.18 sec over Germany’s Christian Ahlmann on Dominator 2000 Z.
Four faults in the second phase of the 5* 1.50m put Louise Saywell and the Nartago 11-year-old mare Golden Wave OL into eighth spot. Scott Brash came home on five faults with Hello Shelby for 12th. Sweden’s Malin Baryard-Johnsson took the win on H&M Second Chance.
Photographs courtesy Hermes Paris