St. Gallen, Switzerland – June 04, 2021 – Switzerland continued to use “home court advantage” to claim another victory during the Longines CSIO 5* of St. Gallen in Switzerland, in fact, two female riders from the host nation claimed the top two spots on the podium in the CHF$ 30,600 Prize Bemer & Epona CSIO 5*.
In the end, it was Elin Ott (SUI) and Remix who were supreme in the jump-off challenge with obstacles set at the height of 1.45 meters, clearing all of them flawless in their two performances. The Swiss and the 13-year-old grey Danish Warmblood mare (Quidam de Revel x Come On) earned top honors in 36.36 seconds.
Aurelia Loser (SUI) and Anaba Haize posted the second lowest jump-off time among the five combinations that posted two clean efforts, earning silver honors in 36.64 seconds.
Karim Elzoghby (EGY) and Gallos (Spartacus TN s Casco) galloped towards bronze honors in the tiebreaker, timed in 37.58 seconds.
Final Results – CHF$ 30,600 Bemer & Epona Prize CSIO 5*
1) Elin Ott (SUI) & Remix – 0 / 0 – 36.36
2) Aurelia Loser (SUI) & Haize Anaba – 0 / 0 – 36.64
3) Karim El Zoghby (EGY) & Gallos – 0 / 0 – 37.58
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Photo: © Longines CSIO St. Gallen