New leader for the general ranking of the LGCT

Spain's Sergio Alvarez Moya and his 12-year-old bay gelding Arrayan won in great style the Grand Prix at the Longines Global Champions Tour in Cannes yesterday evening.


In second place with a very fast round the French rider Simon Delestre with Hermes Ryan, followed by Daniel Deusser and SX Hidalgo v.

Grand Prix are so hard to win. There were so many riders in the jump off today, but it turned out to be fantastic, especially for me.” Moya said, “I know my horse is very fast and flat over the jumps, and has a huge stride, so it was very hard for them to catch me. I didn’t have to fight much with him and he jumped his best. I couldn’t be happier.”

The new Longines Global Champions Tour overall leader with 150 points, is now Harrie Smolders thanks to his tenth place in the Grand Prix yesterday in Cannes.
In second place Lorenzo de Luca with 133 points followed by Maikel Van Der Vleuten with 124 points.

Photo: LGCT / Stefano Grasso (Harrie Smolders e Don VHP Z ­)