GP Placings for Kiwis on Both Sides of Atlantic

GP Placings for Kiwis on Both Sides of Atlantic

GP Placings for Kiwis on Both Sides of Atlantic

Sharn Wordley has enjoyed some success at the CSI2* 2020 Tryon Fall 3 Show in North Carolina, in the United States at the weekend.

He and his Oldenburg gelding Casper placed sixth in the $73,000 CSI2* Tryon Resort Grand Prix. Fifty-two took on the Catalina Cruz (MEX) designed course, with 17 coming back for the jump-off. The class was won by Adam Prudent aboard Baloutinue with a double clear in 38.67 seconds with Sharn and Casper also all clean in 41.48 seconds.

Earlier in the show, Sharn bagged two 1.40m wins with Helios Prime, and a second with Emma-Lee in the 1.35m.

On the Sunshine Tour in Spain, Bruce Goodin and Backatorps Danny were 13th in the 44-strong 1.50m Grand Prix which was won by Pedro Veniss (BRA) aboard Boeckmanns Lord Pezi Junior.

Earlier in the show, Bruce and Danny placed third in the 1.45m Big Class B which was won by James Wilson (GBR) aboard Galway Bay Jed and attracted 42 entries. Bruce teamed up with Collin M to place seventh in the 1.4m Big Class A which was won by Kayleigh Watts (GBR) on Kimosa Van Het Kritrahof.

Full results can be found at: 

Casper – owned by Sharn Wordley
Emma-Lee – owned by The C and C Group
Helios Prime – owned by The Helios Group
Backatorps Danny – owned by Backatorp Ryder AB, and Bruce and Ulrika Goodin
Collin M – owned by Olga Martinczak

By Diana Dobson – HP Media Liaison


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