Marlon Mondolo Zanotelli took his second win of the weekend when he was the fastest rider in the Rikstoto Grand Prix with Obora’s Chloe .
“It is easy to be fast with a horse this careful. She simply does not want to touch the fences,” said Zanotelli after the victory.
Second went to Harry Allen and Guinness, posting an impressive time of 32.92 – less than a second behind Marlon.
It was a clean sweep of RED MILLS Riders on the podium with fellow rider Harry Charles and Borsato taking third in a time of 33.82
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Spencer Smith Scores in LGCT Grand Prix of Šamorin
In one of the most competitive jump-off’s of the 2021 season, it was Spencer Smith and Theodore Manciais who defied gravity and soared into first place claiming his first-ever Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix win under the lights in the spectacular arena of Šamorín.
Smith denied Chrisitan Ahlmann of the win by 0.02s and of the penultimate prestigious golden ticket for the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix at the GC Prague Playoffs in November.
Michael Pender wins ranking class in Vilamoura
Mikey Pender and HHS Catwalk came out on top of a very hotly contested CSI4* 1.50m Ranking Class in Vilamoura, Portugal. 6 riders made it into the jump-off but Pender and HHS Catwalk proved unbeatable to be crowned the winners.
It has been a great start to the 8 week Vilamoura Champions Tour having also won the grand prix last week.