Scott Brash stays on top as world no. one for another month

4 July - For yet another month Scott Brash tops the Longines Ranking. The British rider was on top of the ranking for sixteen consecutive months, only to be pushed down to rank two in April, but is now ranked world no. one for the third month in a row after regaining his position in May.

Rank two is still Germany’s Daniel Deusser, while USA’s Kent Farrington stays as rank three – a position he shares with Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat who goes one spot up. Rank five is another American rider; McLain Ward who climbs one up, then follows Germany’s Ludger Beerbaum who is four up from the previous month’s rank ten. Rank seven is Ireland’s Bertram Allen, who is two down from last month’s ranking – while rank eight is USA’s Beezie Madden who was nine last month. The Netherland’s Maikel van der Vleuten goes from rank eleven to rank nine, while Sweden’s Rolf-Göran Bengtsson drops from rank eight to ten. France’s Kevin Staut is now out of the top ten, and is ranked thirteen this month.

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source: worldofshowjumping