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Steve Guerdat drops from second place in show jumping world cup final

  - Steve Guerdat drops from second place in show jumping world cup final

Steve Guerdat.jpgThe second round of the Cup Final Jumping World failed to Steve Guerdat. The rider fell to ninth place after a nightmarish Friday shift. Friday night was more complicated than for Steve Guerdat and his stallion Tresor. The rider, the second day after the first round of the finals of the World Cup in Gothenburg, was demoted to ninth place overall after his 18th place on the course of the day. However, the defending champion Beat Mändli has retained all its chances, since it is the fourth in four units of Jessica Kürten. The Amazon Irish made ??a strong impression on his fantastic Libertina, keeping a clean sheet after the first two rounds. The winner of the final top-10 world last December in Geneva to beat the moment of truth American Peter Wylde (Esplanade) and Germany's Ludger Beerbaum (All Inclusive). "I am very pleased to be able to impose on me the first time in the final. But everything remains open. The favorite remains to me Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum" said Kürten.

A very complicated path
On Ideo du Thot, Beat Mändli as Steve Guerdat has breached dam in a very difficult journey. For proof, only 5 of 38 riders managed to qualify for the final round. "I would have played the dam, but the course was really, really difficult, explained Mändli. I missed the boat on the fourth hurdle. This error makes me lose too much time." The Schaffhausen, author of faultless, has indeed been penalized for exceeding the limit. In general, Kürten (0 points) precedes the American Rich Fellers (Flexible) and Wylde of units 2 and 3. The trio is followed closely by another prestigious triplet, consisting of Mändli of Beerbaum and her step-sister Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (Shutterfly) with 4 points. Steve Guerdat has meanwhile a provisional total of 10 points, or a disability that will be very difficult to overcome.

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Steve Guerdat drops from second place in show jumping world cup final

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