Order-of-go in the Individual Jumping Final at the Olympic Games in Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan – August 04, 2021 – After a drama-filled qualifier that saw several favorites fall just short of making it to the final, seeing their dreams of a possible medal slip away, once again it’s showtime for the best showjumpers at the Olympic Games! A few riders and horses are on the driver’s seat in the pursuit of individual gold and glory. Ben Maher (GBR) and Martin Fuchs (SUI) have both qualified for the final, a rematch of their duel at the 2019 European Championships, which saw the Swiss come out on top at the last obstacle. in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Always nimble, Ashlee Bond (ISR) is one to keep an eye on, as the American-born rider plans to write history for Israel and a fairy-tale ending amongst many winning stories aboard her “Ninja”, Donatello 141.

Thirty combinations, representing 17 different nations, are set to enter the ring to face 1.65m obstacles set up on the course designed by Santiago Varela (ESP). Belgium, Great Britain, Japan, Ireland and Sweden will all field 3 pairs each.

The individual final is held under a one-round + possible jump-off format, requiring competitors to travel at the speed of 400 meters per minute. The first rider is set to enter the main arena of the Baji Koen Equestrian Park at 19:00 local time (6:00 AM EDT – Eastern Daylight Time – New York Time). If you still don’t know how to follow the action live, please refer to the links below the starting order, with direct acess to the list of the broadcasting companies in all countries and real-time monitoring of results. Please remember to check your local time for viewing and Enjoy!

The order-of-go of riders & horses in the first round of the individual jumping final is the following:

1) Daniel Meech (NZL) & Cinca 3

2) Mouda Zeyada (EGY) & Galanthos SHK

3) Beat Mandli (SUI) & Dsarie

4) Eiken Sato (JPN) & Saphyr des Lacs

5) Geir Gulliksen (NOR) & Quatro

6) Cian O’Connor (IRL) & Kilkenny

7) Koki Saito (JPN) & Chilensky

8) Nayel Nassar ( EGY) & Igor van de Wittemoere

9) Marc Houtzager (NED) & Dante

10) Henrik Von Eckermann (SWE) & King Edward

11) Kristaps Neretnieks (LAT) & Valour

12) Martin Fuchs (SUI) & Clooney 51

13) Daisuke Fukushima (JPN) & Chanyon

14) Nicolas Delmotte (FRA) & Urvoso du Roch

15) Malin Baryard-Johnsson (SWE) & Indiana

16) Harry Charles (GBR) & Romeo 88

17) Yuri Mansur (BRA) & Alfons

18) Niels Bruynseels (BEL) & Delux vant’T & L

19) Daniel Deusser (GER) & Killer Queen

20) Jerome Guery (BEL) & Quel Homme de Hus

21) Peder Fredricson (SWE) & All In

22) Scott Brash (GBR) & Jefferson

23) Luciana Diniz (POR) & Vertigo du Desert

24) Gregory Wathelet (BEL) & Nevados S

25) Bertram Allen (IRL) & Pacino Amiro

26) Mario Deslauriers (CAN) & Bardolina 2

27) Maikel van der Vleuten (NED) & Beauville Z

28) Ashlee Bond (ISR) & Donatello 141

29) Darragh Kenny (IRL) & Cartello

30) Ben Maher (GBR) & Explosion W

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