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Jumping Day 2

Individual Standings

 

1. Orient Express HDC, Patrice Delaveau (FRA) 0.08/0 0.08

2. Cortes 'C', Beezie Madden (USA) 0.16/0 ‒ 0.16

3. Casall Ask, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson (SWE) 0.34/0 ‒ 0.34

4. Cornet D'amour, Daniel Deusser (GER) 0.70/0 ‒ 0.70

5. Zenith SFN, Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) 1.25/0 ‒ 1.25

6. Glock's London N.O.P., Gerco Schröder (NED) 1.29/0 ‒ 1.29

7. Tailormade Esperanza de Rebel, Sören Pedersen (DEN) 2.49/0 ‒ 2.49

8. Rothchild, Mclain Ward (USA) 2.56/0 ‒ 2.56

9. Vienna Olympic, Shaikh Ali Bin Khali Al Thani (QAT) 2.89/0 ‒ 2.89

10. Vdl Groep Verdi TN N.O.P., Maikel Van Der Vleuten (NED) 3.05/0 ‒ 3.05

 

Canadians

17. Showgirl, Yann Candele (CAN) 4.19/0 ‒ 4.19

19. Dixson, Ian Millar (CAN) 0.91/4 ‒ 4.91

24. Zigali P S, Eric Lamaze (CAN) 1.96/4 ‒ 5.96

51. Verdi III, Tiffany Foster (CAN) 3.13/8 ‒ 11.13

 

Team Standings

1. Netherlands 4.83

2. United States 8.72

3. Germany 8.82

4. France 10.08

5. Brazil 12.95

6. Canada 14.00

7. Sweden 15.01

8. Ireland 18.51

9. Colombia 21.86

10. Ukraine 22.98

 

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Did you know ?

The highest dressage scores ever seen at a WEG were awarded at the 2010 WEG, most notably to triple gold winner Edward Gal (NED) and Moorlands Totilas, who earned 91.800 in the freestyle.