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Kent Farrington and Creedance Victorious in Credit Suisse Challenge

Kent Farrington and Creedance Victorious in Credit Suisse Challenge


On Saturday of the CHI Geneva, Kent Farrington and Creedance stormed in with victory on their minds as they entered a weekend of enormous competition.

The Credit Suisse Challenge was a qualifier for the Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday and only 20 of the 50 participants would qualify here to move on. A 16-fence effort at 1.55m and a tight time would have been a crucible for any other group, but with the best in the world coming to play, nine made the jump off with double clears. Among those clears were fellow American McLain Ward aboard HH Azur, Scott Brash (GBR) and Hello M’Lady, Daniel Deusser (GER), Lorenzo de Luca (ITA) and Michael Whitaker (GBR).

The jump-off proved to be the true gauntlet, as rider after rider succumbed to the tight turns and tricky distances in the massive indoor. A massive vertical plank in the center of the ring tripped up many good pairs today, leaving the crowd wondering if anyone would dare to go fast and try to leave them up.

Fifth to go in the jump off, Farrington and Creedance, co-owned by RCG Farm, left every pole in place while tearing between fences with fire and poise. They tripped the timers at 37.03 with half the pack left to go, putting the pressure on anyone eager to win.

Farrington has dominated the Credit Suisse Grand Prix twice before: once with Willow in 2013 and again with Creedance in 2016. "Geneva is one of my favorite tournaments, and the crowd is just great," Farrington said after his victory. "I am very happy to have won here and of course I hope to be able to perform as well in the Grand Prix."

Source: Jumper Nation and CHI de Genève