The Jumping de Valence showed its international colours last Saturday. If the day began with the French hymn, it pursued with victory from all around the world: Great Britain, USA, Belgium and last but not least, Austria.
The final class of this third day of competition was a six-bars class, the Prix Mercedes-Benz, and kept its promises of a great show. It captivated the crowd until Max Kühner (AUT) was made winner of the class after successfully clearing the maximum height of 1.96 meters.
The best French riders of the class were Vincent Mourier (FRA), Guillaume Roland-Billecart (FRA) and Aldrick Cheronnet (FRA) all tied for second place with Shane Breen.
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Source: Press Release by Solenn Rispail / Agence R&B Presse for Jumping International de Valence
Photo: © Agence R&B Presse / Solenn Rispail
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