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Su padre, Peter (1960), ganó la prueba 20 años antes. Ha sido el máximo influyente en la exitosa carrera ecuestre de su hijo. En los JJ.OO de Londres 2012 fue oro por equipos con los colores británicos con VINDICAT. En 1995 con nacionalidad irlandesa ganó individualmente el oro en el Campeonato de Europa de St. Gallen 1995 con el caballo que montaron jinetes españoles LA INA. En de Arhem 2001, asimismo con los verdes, contribuyó al oro equipos montando a TRAXDATA CORRADO.

 

 

Día de la máxima importancia en el salto de la Navidad británica que también finaliza con triunfos británicos pues gana la “THE MARTIN COLLLINS ENTERPRISES CHRISTMAS TREE STAKES” de 1.50 (winning round) de 27.000€ y 6.750 el ganador, el escocés Scott Brash con H. JEFFERSON (BWP de 2009, Cooper van de Heffinck-Caretino / Irco Mena-Irco Marco / Avenir) con el que en el julio pasado ganó el GP CSI*** Valkenswaard, siendo los puestos 2º y 3º respectivamente para los asimismo británicos Harry Charles / VALKIRY DE ZANCE y Matthew Sampson / EBOLENSKY.

 

THE LONGINES FEI JUMPING WORLD CUP™
Int. jumping competition with jump-off (1.60 m)
Table A, FEI Art. 238.2.2
This competition counts for the Longines Ranking
1. 259 Stardust Harry Charles GBR   0 69.78 sec 0 35.91 sec
  bay / 11y. / M / OS / Chacco-Blue / Con Air 7 / 105YL84 / Peter CHARLES, Princess Haya BINT A   42.500,00 EUR
 
2. 241 Monaco Harrie Smolders NED   0 71.00 sec 0 36.77 sec
  bay / 12y. / G / HOLST / Cassini II / Contender / 105LH22 / EVERGATE STABLES LLC, Harrie SMOLDE   34.000,00 EUR
 
3. 322 Unick du Francport John Whitaker GBR   0 72.62 sec 0 37.50 sec
  bay / 13y. / G / SF / Zandor / Helios de la Cour II / 105AL54 / Clare WHITAKER, John WHITAKER   25.500,00 EUR
 
4. 276 VDL Groep Quatro Geir Gulliksen NOR   0 70.60 sec 0 38.41 sec
  bay / 15y. / G / SCSL / Quaprice Bois Margot / Caletto I / 103SM54 / Stall Gullik AS   17.000,00 EUR
 
5. 277 Faltic HB Ben Maher GBR   0 72.19 sec 0 38.74 sec
  bay / 11y. / S / KWPN / Baltic VDL / Concorde / 104PI07 / Oakingham Stud   11.900,00 EUR
 
6. 334 Lapuccino Michael G Duffy IRL   0 71.86 sec 0 39.38 sec
  roan / 13y. / G / ISH / Livello / 104FD99 / Carl Hanley Sporthorses GmbH   9.350,00 EUR
 
7. 286 Conner Jei Martin Fuchs SUI   0 71.13 sec 4 37.65 sec
  dbay / 10y. / G / HOLST / Connor 48 / Cosimo / 106JB17 / Adolfo JURI   6.800,00 EUR
 
8. 301 Haya Loma N Jack Whitaker GBR   0 71.76 sec 4 38.93 sec
  bay / 9y. / M / KWPN / Emerald / Lupicor / 105UK83 / Michael POTTER   5.100,00 EUR
 
9. 311 Con Caya Noora Forsten FIN   0 70.01 sec 4 39.12 sec
  bay / 11y. / M / BAVAR / Con Chello / Chambertin 3 / 105JH64 / Weishaupt, Josef   5.100,00 EUR
 
10. 351 SFS Vincomte Anthony Condon IRL   0 71.54 sec 4 42.75 sec
  bay / 11y. / G / AES / Veni Vidi Vici / Magic Darco / 105AL35 / Anthony CONDON, Pat HALES   4.250,00 EUR
 
11. 268 Geneve R Matthew Sampson GBR   0 70.03 sec 5 48.00 sec
  bay / 10y. / G / KWPN / Eldorado vd Zeshoek / Berlin / 105KP56 / Matthew SAMPSON   4.250,00 EUR
 
12. 319 Lord de Muze Mathieu Billot FRA   4 67.14 sec    
  bay / 10y. / G / BWP / Nabab de Reve / For Pleasure / 105WE33 / Serge BATAILLER   4.250,00 EUR
 

Total: 170.000,00 EUR

Other, non-placed competitors

13. 290 Tolede de Mescam Harcour Kevin Staut FRA   4 68.02 sec    
  chest / 14y. / M / SF / Mylord Carthago*HN / Kouglof II / 104IY75 / Caroline BENGUIGUI    
 
14. 327 Calanda Marcus Ehning GER   4 68.50 sec    
  grey / 13y. / M / HANN / Calido I / Chasseur I / 104KS87 / Maren SCHMITT-NOLTE    
 
15. 314 Cristello Denis Lynch IRL   4 69.56 sec    
  bay / 14y. / S / KWPN / Numero Uno / Voltaire / 104AQ35 / Onyx Consulting Ltd    
 
16. 264 Mandato van de Neerheide Christian Ahlmann GER   5 73.52 sec    
  chest / 9y. / G / BWP / Emerald / Pommeau du Heup / 105ZG00 / Isabell JAUß, Marion JAUß    
 
17. 285 Equine America Billy Picador William Funnell GBR   5 74.82 sec    
  bay / 9y. / M / AES / Billy Mexico / Animo / 106GB82 / The Billy Stud    
 
18. 331 WKD Aimez Moi Sameh El Dahan GBR   8 68.77 sec    
  chest / 11y. / M / ISH / Je T'aime Flamenco / 104PY20 / Joanne SLOAN-ALLEN, Sameh EL DAHAN    
 
19. 347 Quno Edouard Schmitz SUI   8 69.86 sec    
  bay / 12y. / G / HOLST / Quo Vados I / Cashandcarry / 105BH93 / Florence SCHMITZ    
 
20. 248 Rebeca LS Edward Levy FRA   8 70.06 sec    
  bay / 15y. / M / SLS / Hh Rebozo / Cassini I / 103GW29 / S.A.R.L. Societe du Haras de Lecaud    
 
21. 343 EIC Coriolis des Isles Max Kühner AUT   8 71.18 sec    
  chest / 9y. / S / SF / Zandor / Tlaloc M / 105XJ26 / MK Sportpferde Max Kühner    
 
22. 299 Victorio des Frotards Steve Guerdat SUI   8 71.25 sec    
  chest / 12y. / G / SF / Barbarian / Prince Ig'or / 105DH63 / Artic Partners , Jumping Horses AG,    
 
23. 253 Zilton Sl Z Michael Duffy IRL   8 71.89 sec    
  bay / 10y. / G / Zang / Zirocco Blue VDL / Indoctro / 105AZ94 / HMF Equestrian, Katherine DUFFY    
 
24. 274 Cor-Leon vd Vlierbeek Z Lily Attwood GBR   8 72.00 sec    
  bay / 11y. / Zang / Calvaro F.C. / Omar / 105LY33 / Emmy FREEMAN-ATTWOOD    
 
25. 339 Cochella Angelie von Essen SWE   9 75.90 sec    
  grey / 16y. / M / HOLST / Cartani 4 / Lord / 103DJ10 / Martin DAWES    
 
26. 305 Skyhorse Lillie Keenan USA   9 76.82 sec    
  bay / 14y. / G / BWP / Calvaro F.C. / Quidam de Revel / 104QC91 / Chansonette Farm LLC    
 
27. 337 Chalou Emanuele Gaudiano ITA   12 70.20 sec    
  chest / 12y. / OS / Chacco-Blue / Baloubet du Rouet / 104MK27 / Equita KFT, Gaudiano Sporthorses S.    
 
28. 324 Vangog du Mas Garnier Olivier Robert FRA   12 70.72 sec    
  grey / 12y. / S / SF / Cornet Obolensky / Quidam de Revel / 104WE32 / Alain JATHIERE, E.a.r.l. GLOBAL DRE    
 
29. 280 Cristel Niels Bruynseels BEL   12 71.49 sec    
  bay / 11y. / M / HOLST / Diamant de Semilly / Dobel's Cento / 105UF49 / Optimus Agro nv    
 
30. 294 Kannabis van de Bucxtale Pieter Devos BEL   12 71.86 sec    
  black / 11y. / G / BWP / Contact van de Heffinck / Concorde / 104UN68 / Starhorses NV - Albert Peffer    
 
31. 244 MHS High Hopes Laura Renwick GBR   12 72.94 sec    
  bay / 10y. / G / ISH / Quidam Junior / Cavalier Royale / 105UI27 / Sinead BRENNAN    
 
32. 293 Hello Shelby Scott Brash GBR   13 73.12 sec    
  bay / 12y. / G / HANN / Stolzenberg / For Pleasure / 104HJ94 / Lady Pauline HARRIS, Lady Pauline K    
 
  308 Mr Blue Sky UK Guy Williams GBR   RT      
  grey / 12y. / G / WESTF / Chacco-Blue / Cento / 105AV69 / Caroline Phillips    
 
  263 Z7 Ipswich Shane Breen IRL   RT      
  chest / 13y. / G / BWP / Carembar De Muze / Quick Star / 104OJ78 / Shane BREEN, Team Z7    
 
  272 Faut-Il des 7 Vallons Gregory Wathelet BEL   RT      
  chest / 10y. / S / SBS / Comme Il Faut 5 / Double Espoir / 105LU48 / Heléne COUNSON    
 

 

 Nota de prensa

 

 

The Longines FEI Jumping World CupTM brought top-class sport to ExCeL London as the world’s best equestrian athletes battled it out for the prestigious title. The testing 1.60m course set by Brazilian course designer Guilherme Gorge saw 11 combinations master the first round without fault. The first to achieve this feat, Ireland’s Anthony Condon riding SFS Vincomte, got the jump-off underway, incurring four faults coming out of the double at fence eight. Great Britain’s Jack Whitaker, a winner at The London International Horse Show last night, followed Condon into the arena, suffering the same fate.

Ireland’s Michael Duffy was the first to produce a clear over the shortened course, which featured nine jumping efforts, setting a time to beat of 39.38 seconds. Norway’s Geir Gulliksen put in a brilliant effort to take the lead, however it was short lived, as he was followed into the arena by the legendary John Whitaker, who went into pole position at the halfway point.

Former World No. 1, Harrie Smolders, survived a tricky moment at the first, before upping the ante to provide a new target to beat of 36.77. Great Britain’s Olympic champion, Ben Maher, put in a valiant effort but could not match the pace of Smolders, finishing in eventual fifth.

With three to go, Great Britain's Harry Charles, full of confidence following a win earlier in the week, took over the lead to the delight of the sell-out crowd, shaving 0.86 seconds off Smolders’ time. The 22-year-old had a nail-biting wait for the final two, which included the in-form Martin Fuchs, but his round aboard the 11-year-old mare, Stardust, proved unbeatable, giving Charles the victory exactly 20 years after his father won the same competition.

An emotional Charles said: “It’s the best feeling. I’ve been coming here for years, this is one that I, and everyone, wants to win, I can’t really tell you how it feels. It’s my career highlight. We are thrilled with the horse; the whole team has made an incredible effect to get us to this point, it is the best feeling ever. The atmosphere was incredible, to have all the people here behind me was incredible, I don’t normally throw my hand up like that but it all just got to me, the crowd and everything. It’s mad – the new place, the big crowd. I think the world of my horse, she’s amazing and I think she could be everything. She is so inexperienced at this level, but she has such a quick turn of foot – she has everything I want from in a horse. Where she came from at the start of the year to now, is a dream come true!”

Runner-up, Harrie Smolders, added: “It’s always a pleasure to come back to London, it’s an amazing atmosphere here. We saw spectacular sport today and having such a brilliant audience makes our achievements greater. I don’t know what happened at the first, I think I had the right distance, but the fence was in the wrong place! I didn’t have the smoothest start, but I am still very pleased and I can’t complain about the outcome. Congratulations to Harry – I think it’s just the start of Harry Charles with the World Cup here, we are going to see a lot more of him in the future. Well done to John too, there’s a little bit of difference in age, but he’s still at the top level and at the top of his game.”

Third-placed Whitaker, who first competed at The London International Horse Show in 1972, said: “Unick du Francport jumped great, the course went to plan, how I decided to ride it, I was a little bit careful at the green double which caused a few problems, but I think I just need more experience to beat these guys! This show is a level above all others, this is the class to win, especially for us British riders and for one tiny second, I thought I might do it! The new facilities here are very, very good, impossible to fault.”

 

 

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