Victory of Ben Maher, riding Winning Good, in the Caser Seguros Trophy, height 1.40m against the clock with jumpoff. The British rider put the jumpoff very hard finishing with a time of 42.71, which no one could beat.
Uri Rosenzweig placed second, riding Upper, in a time of 44.47 seconds. The Chilenan, but based in Spain, was looking for a victory in Madrid after being very close to it this morning in the Kings College Trophy, but could not beat the time of the British Ben Maher, despite putting in a magnificent effort. Eric Van Der Vleuten finished up third, with Wunschking 19. Sara Salom, who ended up fifth, was the best Spanish rider of the class.
8 riders clasified for the jumpoff: Uri Rosenzweig, Norbert Ell, Ben Maher, Eric van der Vleuten y los españoles, Sara Salom, Alberto Márquez, José Bono e Iñigo Fernández de Mesa.
At 16:00 we will conclude this CSI5* Madrid Longines Global Champions Tour with the King’s Cup – Volvo Trophy.