The podiums of the weekend

Julien Epaillard wins CSI4* Grand Prix of St-Lô

1. Julien Epaillard – Queeletta (0/0-39.13″)

2. Juliette Faigout – Arqana de Riverland (0/0-40.22″)

3. Nina Mallevaey – Virtuose Champeix (0/0-40.94″)

The final CSI4 * GP has just been jumped in St-Lô and the victory went to the fast Frenchman Julien Epaillard. He rode Queeletta clear through the jump-off in 39.13 seconds.


The Grand Prix of the CSI4 * competition  held in Vilamoura was won Titouan Schumacher with Atome Z. 49 participants entered and seven of them managed to complete a clear round. So a jump-off with seven combinations had to decide the winner.

1. Titouan Schumacher – Atome Z (0/0-39.22″)

2. David Simpson – Foudre F (0/0-39.98″)

3. Francisco José Mesquita Musa – Alea Imperio Egipcio (0/0-41.57″)

Enrique González and Chacna win the CSI4* Grand Prix in Coapexpan

The Mexican Olympic rider Enrique González and Chacna (Chacco-Blue x Narew XX)won the CSI4* 1.55m Grand Prix.


Tryon Fall 6 Recap: Jordan Coyle and Picador Navigate to $25,000 Nutrena Grand Prix Win

Mill Spring – October 26, 2020 – Jordan Coyle and Picador (Brewster, NY) galloped to victory in the $25,000 Nutrena® Grand Prix at Tryon International Equestrian Center and Resort (TIEC) to conclude Tryon Fall 6 competition. Ken Dickey (Phoenix, AZ) and Rocking D Ranch’s Opium du Soufflet, a 2009 Swedish Warmblood gelding (Ogano Sitte x Nicky du Soufflet), were the short-course trailblazers, unfortunately going off course at the last fence to receive second place. Connor O’Regan (Upperville, VA) navigated the 2012 Belgan Warmblood mare (Hunter’s Scendix x Cleopatra van Spalbeek) owned by Dynomite Ranch, LLC, Mendini DR, to a third place finish on a time of 78.186 in the first round, with a single time fault keeping them from the speed test.


Image: Jordan Coyle and Picador©Sportfot