Victory for the French in the 7 classes of the day

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In this first day of the International Jumping of Dinard, the riders from the three categories (CSI1*, CSI3* et CSI5*) had a chance to discover the magnificent Val Porée stadium, entirely adorned with pink colour for the occasion. The French riders clinch victory in the 7 classes of the day.

CSI3*: Timothée Anciaume, a promising double win
On this first day of competition, the riders of the CSI3* had three possibilities to discover the Val Porée stadium. The French rider Timothée Anciaume clinches victory in two of the classes. This morning, on the grass area, in the Mars & Co class, over 1m45 against the clock, he wins with Isabeau, ahead of the Olympic champion and World n°1 Steve Guerdat, riding Evita, and Benoît Cernin, current French national champion 2019, associated to Vasco VH Jukschot Z. The rider based in Saint Georges sur Fontaine in Normandy confirms his great shape by winning the Document Store class, against the clock as well, but over 1m40, and associated this time to Unione de l’Ilatte. Thomas Rousseau, riding GFE Exocet du Houssoit, places 2ndposition, in front of Flore Giraud with Voyou du Bobois. Timothée Anciaume as saying that these two victories, on a showground all the riders love, is excellent to boost his confidence for the rest of the event.
In the 3rd class reserved to this category, designed over a 1m30 course this time, ans supported by Brunet Tentes-Dinard et Emeraude Equitation, the French Thierry Rozier clinches victory with Ifinari Ter Dolen in front of Laura Mathy with Gantira and Frédéric Lagrange riding Althea du pré Guiloey.

CSIYH1* Top 7
Fifty 7 year old horses were on the start list for the first of the three classes proposed by the International Jumping of Dinard. 34 of them clear the 1,30m course. All of them will be back on Friday to compete in the Haras des M class, over a 1m35 course.

CSI1*: and the winner is Isabelle Séjourné
The riders from the CSI1* had two possibilities to clinch victory. The Institut Esthederm class, against the clock, was designed over 1m15 on the grass arena. The French rider Isabelle Séjourné wins the class with Queen of Lulu, in front of her fellow citizen Celia Deroussen riding Romane du Cauroy and the British Arabella Prior associated to MHS Sanfrancisco. The podium of the Vent du Voyage class, on the grass and against the clock as well, is 100% French with Quentin Séjourné sur Ululu, followed by Ninon Decaqueray with Tilda de Mars and Thidara Hallier associated to Bauloise la Chesnais.

CSI5*: A rider from Brittany on the podium
The Alvalle class allowed the 47 riders of the CSI5* to discover the grass arena of the Val Porée stadium over a 1m45 course, in two phases, the second one against the clock. Out of the 12 clear rounds, the rider from Brittany, Tony Cadet, riding Tolède de Mescam, last to go, clinches victory after signing the fastest round. He is followed on the podium by two Italian riders, Emmanuele Gaudiano, associated to Chalou, and Lorenzo de Luca riding Soory de l’Hallali. The best French performance belongs to Félicie Bertrand who was riding Sultane des Ibis for the occasion. Tomorrow, the best riders in th world will have two occasions to shine, in the Conseil Départemental d’Ille et Vilaine and Suez classes.

Jumping International of Dinard : www.jumpingdinard.com

Tony Cadet et Tolède de Mescam, vainqueurs du Prix Alvalle
(Photo mention: Jumping de Dinard 2019 / E. Knoll)
 

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