FEI World Cup Jumping Final 1: Aussies put in a solid performance
Jamie Kermond and Billy Raymont performed admirably in the face of very strong competition today. At 1.60m, this ‘not your average’ Speed Class was a tough course for all the riders, with many of the world’s best having multiple rails down. Jamie and Yandoo Oaks Constellation rode the course beautifully, unfortunately just catching a back rail. Billy and Oaks Redwood also had a very nice round with 2 rails.
In both cases, the speed of their rounds was the determining factor in the final results with Jamie finishing 26th and Billy 32nd. Congratulations to Beezie Madden and Breitling LS who took out the class in spectacular style.
We hope you enjoy the images below from our photographer Thomas Reiner who is on the ground in Paris catching all the action from our Australian riders.