Riders Claim Wins In Jumping World Challenge

March 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

The final phase of the 2019 FEI Jumping World Challenge [FEI JWC] was held at the NEC on Saturday [March 9].

A spokesperson said, “The 2019 FEI JWC comprised of three separate jumping events held on 17th February, 2nd & 9th March. The FEI’s Individual, Regional & World rankings are determined from the best results from two of the three events.

“In the Category A [1.20 -1.30m], the Aon Trophy was awarded to first place winner Philip Correia and his talented chestnut stallion Emerson. This team had a cumulative result of zero faults and cumulative time of 99.88.”

Philip Correia, Courtney Bromby and Cody Rego [photo courtesy of Andy Gibbs]:

FEI JWC  Bermuda Team Bermuda March 13 2019

“In the Category B [1.10 – 1.20m], the Nightmare Trophy was awarded to 1st place winner Courtney Bromby riding Worth the Wait. This team had a cumulative score of zero faults and cumulative time of 104.96.

“In the Category C [1.00-1.10m], the Central Carolina Trophy was awarded to Cody Rego riding his horse Casanova. This dynamic team had a cumulative score of zero faults and cumulative time of 108.33.

“With competitors in all three of the jumping categories, Bermuda is able to field a 2019 Jumping World Challenge team. Team members are Category A winner Philip Correia and Emerson, Category B winner Courtney Bromby and Worth the Wait, and Category C Cody Rego and Casanova.

“Judging the final phase of the FEI JWC was FEI Judge Sara McCartney of Trinidad and local FEI Judge Judy Hagen. Bermuda must now wait until the end of 2019 to discover its final and official standings in this year’s FEI JWC as competing countries have until 31st December in which to conclude their events.”

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