Harry Wainwright claimed a double victory in Villeneuve-Loubet, France, with Jana Van’t Lozerhof.
In Friday’s 1.25m two-phase, Harry and the nine-year-old Contact Van De Heffinck mare winning by 0.86 sec. And the pair cruised ahead in Saturday’s 1.30m two-phase to record another win.
And Harry picked up third in Saturday’s 1.40m speed on Pinheiro Beech, the It’s the Business/Cantero 10-year-old picking up one time fault 13 sec behind the pace.
Four faults in Friday’s 1.45m speed dropped Jack Whitaker and the nine-year-old stallion Arlo De Blondel down to third. Harry on Pinheiro Beech and Emily with Doobally also posted four faults for fifth and sixth.
Harry finished second in Thursday’s 1* 1.20m speed on the Carrick Diamond Lad 13-year-old Muckno Princess more than four sec behind the pace. Jack Whitaker eased Queen Elisabeth into fourth.
Michael Whitaker eased Billy Z into fourth in Friday’s 1.35m speed just ahead of his son Jack on Scenletha in fifth place.
Michael posted the steadiest of the clears in Saturday’s 1.30m speed to take fourth on the Quintender 10-year-old Ambra.
Brits were bunched together in Saturday’s 1.35m two-phase, Michael taking third and fourth on Strides Hilanasterne and Valmy De La Lande six sec off the pace, Emily and Remi Cavalleri finished fifth and Jack was sixth aboard Scenletha.
Emily Ward topped Saturday’s five, six and seven-year-old 1.20 – 1.35m with 2.47 sec to spare on the Je T’Aime Flamenco seven-year-old Tilla Flamenco.
in the five-horse jump-off. Michael jumped a double clear to ease Fatima into third.
Lorraine Lock eased the Cevin Z six-year-old Artisan into second in Friday’s five, six and seven-year-old 2.35 sec off the pace. Emily was also clear for third on Tilla Flamenco and four faults dropped Michael (Fatima) and Jack (Finoporto) to fifth and sixth.
Emily finished fifth in the 1.40m speed on the Handel 13-year-old Remi Cavalleri with a steady clear 12 sec off the pace. Jack Whitaker rode Elucar VE into sixth.
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