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Lindelöw and Twomey take the top prizes in Friday's 1.45m classes in Falsterbo

Friday, 13 July 2018
CSIO5* Falsterbo 2018

Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson. Billy Twomey took his second win in two days, here on Ardcolum Duke. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.

Douglas Lindelöw (SWE) gave the Swedish crowds their first home win in Falsterbo, when going to the top in Friday morning’s 1.45m class riding Citti 3 (Catoki x Elite). With 65,13 seconds, Lindelöw was slightly faster than Stephanie Holmen (SWE) with Clarence (Clinton x Lancer III) – who crossed the finish line in 65.32 seconds.

Third and fourth place went to Spain: Eduardo Alvarez Aznar with Mogambo (Diamant de Semilly x unknown) and Mikel Aizpurua Quiroga with Roxane de la Beranger (For Pleasure x Shogoun II). Irma Karlsson (SWE) ended fifth with Chacco Star (Chacco-Blue x Converter).

The second 1.45m class of the day – the qualifier for Saturday’s Falsterbo Derby – was won by Irish rider Billy Twomey with Ardcolum Duke (Gypsy Duke x Clover Hill), and it was the pair's second win in two days. The few derby fences that were a part of this class were no problem for the Irish horse. Daniel Coyle (IRL) ended second, riding the 8-year-old Farona (Baltic Vdl x Lux) followed by Giulia Martinengo Marquet (ITA) with Courage des Fegie (Cornet Obolensky x Acord II), Bertram Allen (IRL) with Christy JNR (Indoctro x Clinton I) and Janika Sprunger (SUI) with Icarus vt Klavertje Vier (Bentley x Palestro v Begijnakker). 

 


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