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Weber retains World Cup driving lead

Chester Weber leads the driving World Cup series after coming second to Harry de Ruyter in Amsterdam

Dutch driver Harry de Ruyter was victorious on home ground at the third event in FEI World Cup driving calendar in Amsterdam.

The 52-year-old four-in-hand driver claimed the win over America’s Chester Weber, who won the second event in Stockholm. Chester, who has competed in all of the World Cup events so far, now leads the points series with 22 points, 10 points ahead of Harry.

Twice World Champion and Dutch driving hero Ysbrand Chardon, won the warm up competition by a huge margin, but his luck ran out in the World Cup class where he knocked down three balls and dropped out of contention.

For more information on the FEI World Cup for Four-in-Hand Drivers visit www.horsesport.org

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