The podiums of last weekend

Daniel Deusser_Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z Daniel Deusser_Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z


Even good things must come to an end. After eleven weeks of competition in the Gulf of SaintTropez, the second season of international show jumping at the HUBSIDE JUMPING has drawn to a close. A season which was exceptional in every way and ended with the victory of Germany’s Daniel Deusser and Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z. The atmosphere of the HUBSIDE JUMPING de Grimaud’s final Grand Prix today was full of emotion.

The emotion of a truly exceptional season, which since June, has brought together the greatest European riders and those from outside Europe who have settled here. The emotion of riders who are now faced with an unknown situation, while the winter season seems doomed, with several leading events that have already been cancelled. The emotion of the farewell to high-level sport of France’s Thierry Rozier, one of the circuit’s most endearing riders.

Daniel Deusser (GER): “I’m really delighted with this victory in the HUBSIDE JUMPING’s CSI 4* Grand Prix and in particular with my horse, Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z. He had to take some time out at the beginning of the year and started competing again mid-season in small classes and then took part in the HUBSIDE JUMPING’s CSI 5* show a few weeks ago. Indeed he is recovering well and is getting better and better, to the extent that he was able to win the HUBSIDE JUMPING’s CSI 4* Grand Prix today! I’m really proud of him! The year has been very different and extremely difficult for all the riders, but thanks to the HUBSIDE JUMPING, we were able to enjoy a wonderful summer season. I don’t that it’s being presumptuous to extend my warmest thanks on behalf of all the riders to Sadri Fegaier and to the whole HUBSIDE JUMPING’s organising team. Thank you for keeping our sport alive and we all hope that we will be back here again next year.”

CSI4* GRIMAUD Grand Prix podium is:

1. Daniel Deusser – Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z (0/0-38.30″)

2. Kevin Staut – Viking d’La Rousserie (0/0-39.06″)

3. Harrie Smolders – Dolinn (0/0-39.17″)

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Daniel Deusser © Marco Villanti pour HUBSIDE JUMPING


The CSI3 * Grand Prix was won by  Dutch rider Kim Emmen with Jack van het Dennehof (v. Toulon). They jumped a clear round with a fevy fast time of  38.26 seconds. . 
Second place forJohn Whitaker with Sharid (by Toulon). Yuri Mansur took third place with Vitiki (by Valentino).

Grand Prix podium:

1. Kim Emmen – Jack van het Dennehof (0/0-38.26″)

2. John Whitaker – Sharid (0/0-39.81″)

3. Yuri Mansur – Vitiki (0/0-40.20″)


CSI3* MD Barnmaster Grand Prix CSI

Mill Spring, NC – October 17, 2020 – In a star-studded class of international athletes from eight countries, Karl Cook (USA) and Caillou 24 mastered the $137,000 MD Barnmaster Grand Prix CSI 3* with a lightning fast jump-off time of 36.75 seconds. Landing in second place nearly a second later was Kent Farrington (USA) and Kaprice, whom Farrington owns with Haity McNerney, with a time of 37.52 seconds. Darragh Kenny (IRL) and Carthano, owned by Darragh Kenny with Whiterock Farm, Ltd., followed in third with a final score of 38.87. 

“It was just land and go. I saw it and realized if I wanted to win I had to try it. Until he [Caillou 24] took off I didn’t think we were going to make it!” shared Cook.

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The podium: 

1. Caillou 24, 2007 Holsteiner gelding (Casall x San Patrignano Corrado)
Karl Cook (USA), Signe Ostby: 0/0/36.75

2. Kaprice, 2010 Belgian Warmblood mare (Echo van T Spieveld x Carthago)
Kent Farrington (USA), Kent Farrington and Haity McNerney: 0/0/37.52

3. Carthano, 2007 Holsteiner gelding (Cartani x Heraldik XX)
Darragh Kenny (IRL), Darragh Kenny and Whiterock Farm Ltd: 0/0/38.87