American Kent Farrington is the winner of Top Ten Rolex IJRC Final
Riding his trusty Voyeur the American rider has beaten the best combinations of international jumping.
The Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final took place in the prestigious CHI Geneve (10th- 13th December- Palexpo). This 15th edition, the 10th in Geneva, was won by the strong combination Kent Farrington and Voyeur. French Simon Delestre took the 2nd place with Hermes Ryan, German Daniel Deusser the 3rd on First Class van Eeckelghem.
The last competition of the CHI Geneva 2015, the Rolex Grand Prix, one of the three competitions of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping was conquered by Steve Guerdat riding Nino des Buissonnets which won the jump-off in 40.94 seconds. He is followed by Simon Delestre with Qlassic Bois Margot who took the second place in 40.97 seconds. Eric Lamaze on Fine Lady 5 came third. The next competition of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping will take place in the CHIO Achen in May and it will be of course the next goal of Steve Guerdat, winner of the day. After the CHIO Aachen, the next Major will be the CSIO of Spruce Meadows.
Last 13th September 2015, Scott Brash became the first rider to ever win the Grand Slam. With Hello Sanctos, he consecutively won the three Majors at the CHI Geneva 2014, the CHIO Aachen 2015 and the Spruce Meadows Masters 2015.