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World Number One Kent Farrington Shines Bright at CHI Geneva

World Number One Kent Farrington Shines Bright at CHI Geneva


Friday’s highlight at CHI Geneva was the Credit Suisse Grand Prix, where World Number One Kent Farrington went off with the top honors after a marathon jump off with Amalaya Investments’  Voyeur. 

The 1.55 meter course set by Gérard Lachat (SUI) and Louis Konickx (NED) saw 22 horse-and-rider combinations clear their way into the jump off out of the 50 pairs that lined up. 

Daniel Bluman (ISR) on the 14-year-old mare Sancha LS held on to the lead for a good while after clocking a time of 37.06 seconds in the jump off. Bluman had to settle for runner-up when Kent Farrington showed once more just why he is the top ranked rider in the world. Riding the 15-year-old Voyeur (Tolano van’t Riethof x Goodwill), Farrington stopped the clocks at 36.42 seconds in the jump off, taking home the win for the third time in a row in this class.

“I am very happy with my horse today, he is a very experienced horse and has been to this show many times,” Kent said about Voyeur after the class. “I think that really helped me win today – that I know him so well. I know his strengths and what extra things he can do, but also where not to push him.”

“I think that is great about our sport: forming a partnership with your horse and really knowing each other and that is what makes a top team. I think this class, if you look historically, there are always many in the jump off,” Farrington commented on the high number of clears in the first round. “It is hard for the course designer to build, because you are trying to separate the riders without building too much. I think it also shows how strong the competition here is with these horses and riders.”

Source: Source: World of Show Jumping