Saturday, October 16, 2010

Eventing: Boekelo CCI***: Courdray and Faudree Move Up After CC

Courtesy USEF:

The U.S. horses made up some significant ground on the cross-country today at the Boekelo CCI3* in Holland. Tiana Coudray dropped one place in the standings after picking up some time faults on the cross country, she lies sixth on a score of 53.8.
Will Faudree rocketed up the leaderboard with Andromaque, the pair jumped one of only six double clear rounds out of more than 100 starters and had the fastest round of the day. Sinead Halpin also leapt up the placings, with Manior de Carneville, she moved into 14th place with 1.6 time faults, placed one spot behind Faudree but on the exact same score of 57. Doug Payne had two refusals at the first water at his first CCI3* but Running Order jumped confidently around the rest of the track. Aimee Chambers (an American rider based in the UK) withdrew After Eight. The greatest eventing legend in the world tops the standings: New Zealand rider Mark Todd and Landvision swapped places with World Champion Michael Jung based on a faster cross country round. Jung sits second and third, less than three points covers the top three horses.

Complete results are available here:

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