Allen Third In French Five-Star Class

  • 1 August 2015, 11:50

BERTRAM Allen steered nine-year-old gelding Belmonde to third place in this morning’s (Saturday) opening event at the five-star show in Dinard, France.

The Wexford rider was one of only seven of the forty starters to make it through to the jump-off, but incurred four faults in the decider in which only two riders posted a second clear round. 
American Kent Farrington on Willow took first place from Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet riding Riesling Du Monselet. Allen’s time was fastest of the four-faulters and earned him a top three finish.
Four faults in the opening round ruled out both Billy Twomey with Ardcolum Duke and Darragh Kenny on SIEC Ledgepoint.
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