Dressage rankings announced

  • Emile Faurie claims the grand prix title with Jane Bredin securing the small tour rankings

    Emile Faurie has secured the Woof Grand Prix Rankings title following a strong performance at the national championships. He also took third place in the Woof Small Tour Rankings. Richard Davidson was eight points behind in second with Hiscox Askari, while Laura Richardson (Millenium) took third.

    Jane Bredin took the Small Tour title, having built up a considerable lead, which she increased to 60 points after her last-minute success at the Saumur CDI in France. Carl Hester was second with Donner Rhapsody and Wellington Laska.

    Emile and Jane will be presented with their prizes atthe Horse & Hound Winter Dressage Championships, 3-7 April 2002, at Solihull Riding Club.


    Grand Prix:
    1, Emile Faurie, Reuters Rascher Hopes, Reuters Atoll, 200;
    2, Richard Davison, Hiscox Askari, 192;
    3, Laura Richardson, Millenium, 183;
    4, Sandy Phillips, No Limit 5, 169;
    5, Nicky Barrett, Cerruti, Giorgio S, 167;
    6, Peter Storr, Gambrinus, 157;
    7, Wilfried Bechtolsheimer, Douglas Dorsey, Winniza, 123;
    8, Kirsty Mepham, Dikkiloo, 112;
    9, Carl Hester, Argentille Gullit, Donnersong, Morrocco II, 106;
    10, Lizzie Murray, Catherston Dazzler, Catherston Humbug, 82.

    Small tour:
    1, Jane Bredin, Goya III, Icterus, Lucky Star,185;
    2, Carl Hester, Donner Rhapsody, Wellington Laska, 125;
    3, Emile Faurie, Reuters Domingo, Reuters Racit, 110;
    4, Angie Rutherford, Kartouche, 106;
    5, Peter Storr Jamiro, Ma Cherie, 96;
    6, Daniel Timson, Moskino, 92;
    7, Nicola Jourdain, K Beautie, 87;
    8, Charlotte Edmonds, Broomford Locarno, Torque O¡ The Devil, 86;
    9, David Hunt, Art Gallery, Oliver Twist, 80;
    10, Emma Hindle, Lillemarkens Arckibald, 77.

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