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Twenty-five riders who earned points from the Markel Insurance 1.45m Jumper Series qualifiers competed to take home the lion’s share of the $39,150 prize in the series final. Of the five horse and rider combinations that rode fault free over Anthony DiAmbrosio’s course, the last to go took the win. Cassio Rivetti and Neil Jones Equestrian Inc.’s Dutch Warmblood gelding Goblet stole the show, double clear in 36.416 seconds.
Cassio Rivetti and Kaiser Van Het Lambroeck Dominate $25,000 Alliant Private Client National Grand Prix in Temecula
Though the stands were nearly empty and social distancing was in full effect, that did not stop a series of skilled partnerships from laying down their best efforts in attempts to grab a win, with Cassio Rivetti (BRA) and Neil Jones Equestrian Inc.’s Kaiser Van Het Lambroeck ultimately laying claim to the victory in the feature class of the week Saturday afternoon, the $25,000 Alliant Private Client National Grand Prix.
Cassio Rivetti of Palm Beach, FL raced to a 39.893-second jump-off finish aboard Sloan Lindeman-Barnett’s Bacara D’Archonfosse to win Sunday’s $25,000 Ultima Fitness National Grand Prix to conclude the 2019 ESP Holiday I competition…
The Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) continued its thrilling competition with the $136,300 Longines FEI World Cup™ Washington CSI4*-W for the President’s Cup. Thirty of the world’s top athletes in equestrian sport…
Cassio Rivetti and Kaiser Win the $25,000 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Final Legacy MARKEL Tour Super Championship
Wrapping up Del Mar International World Cup Week on Sunday afternoon was the $25,000 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Final Legacy MARKEL Tour Super Championship. A 56-strong field of horses and riders tried their luck at Alan Wade’s course consisting of 16 efforts including one double and one triple combination…
The only rider to stop the clock under 40 seconds was Cassio Rivetti aboard his second mount. He piloted Queen, a ten-year-old KWPN gelding owned by Rocking Basilisk Farm, LLC, to an unbeatable 39.04s. Rivetti also clocked a double clean in 40.97 on Neil Jones Equestrian Inc.’s nine-year-old Dutch mare Fenna, to ultimately finish third…
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