French rider Harold Boisset on Quolita Z has been the best of the day in this MET Autumn 2015 wich is being held in Oliva Nova Equestrian Center (CEON). This couple has won the top class in Golf 4 Tour Longines Ranking and with a total ammount of Money for prizes of 24.500 Euro for the best riders. In this class with obstacle heigh: 1.45 m. Boisset has ended their perfomance with no faults and stopping the timer in 60.38 seconds the best of only twelve riders with clear round. Less than a second, Great Britain’s Laura Renwick on Rembrand Blue had to conform with second place followed by Irish rider, Trevor Breen on Georgie D’auvray EC.
In Gold 3, a class against the clock and obstacles heigh of 1.40 m, the best couple was also from France, Aldrick Cheronnet riding Bokidoki VD Kranenburg with no fault and 62.65 seconds. Ireland’s David Simpson on Whiterock Lucky Lady was second.
Magnificent grass arena has been the best place for a Gold 2 class competition, against the clock and fences height, 1.35m. From a total of 66 competitors, the winner was the pair formed by british female rider, Kayleigh Watts on Mirdads Liil MRL with no penalti and a best time of 61.48 seconds to move to the top of the leader board folowed by Moftah Al Dhaheri on Jameelaty representing United Arab Emirates.
Raphaëlle Peninque Guilbert on Samara de Mazure was the in Bronze 4 class, not against the clock and fences height, 1.40 m.
In Bronze 3, against the clock and 1.30 height Claire Beecroft from Ireladn on Vanda Cartier got the victory with a clear round and a best time of 61.88 seconds.
En Bronze 2, also against the clock and 1.25 obstacles height the winner was Rashid Al Rumaithi on Inka’s Girl representing United Arab Emirates while in Bronze 1, 1.15 m.height, the best was France’s rider Nathan Lancombe on Sheringham.
Show jumping competition will continue tomorrow. CEON has established itself as one of the best equestrian facilities world wide, with a management team that continues to improve the infrastructures of the centre in order to strengthen the Mediterranean Tour as the best alternative for the European equestrian practice, which is also able to satisfy the demand of international competitions.