Olympic champion, Switzerland's Steve Guerdat, won the 37th Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2015 in Las Vegas

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Susanna Cottica Animo

After three days of intense competition and four rounds realized by chef-de-piste Anthony D’Ambrosio, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat and Albfeuhren’s Paille earned the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2015 title at the Thomas & Mack arena in Las Vegas, USA “I’ve been waiting a long time for this moment!”, said the 32-year-old Olympic champion.
29 horse-and-rider combinations started the final class which consisted of two rounds over two different courses.
20 went through to the second round. 6 clears in the opening round, no clears in the second round today.
Italian rider Luca Moneta and Connery with one down in the second round were the 21th.

Result: 1. Steve Guerdat SUI 8;
2. Penelope Leprevost FRA 9/65.30;
3. Bertram Allen IRL 9/65.87;
4. Beezie Madden USA 10/65.78;
5. Jos Verlooy BEL 10/67.34;
6. Maikel van der Vleuten NED 12;
7. Rich Fellers USA 16/67.70;
8. Douglas Lindelow SWE 18;
9. Lucy Davis USA 19;
10. Jur Vrieling NED 20.