Daniel Meech and his team have had another great week on the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour in Oliver, Spain.
He started the weekend off with a bang, placing fourth aboard Dominick in the Gold 4, 1.45m Grand Prix Qualifier which was won by Tim Gredley (GBR) and Unex Garcon de Lui. The Brit was all clear in 59.55 seconds with Daniel finishing with a clean slate in 61.66 in the 75-strong class.
Dominick went on to place sixth in the Gold 2 1.40m class, with his second mount Favoriet HBC third. The class was won by Margaux Rocuet (FRA) and Buzz Phole who were clear in 62.04 seconds. Favoriet HBC was also clear in 62.15 with Dominick all clean in 62.44 in the 71-strong class.
Favoriet HBC also won the Gold 1 1.30m class, heading home 28 other combinations with a clear round in 59.29 seconds, was seventh in the Gold 3 1.40m, which was won by Julien Epaillard (FRA) on Quincy Lady, and was fifth in the 87-strong Gold 3 1.4m which was won by Christoph Obernauer (AUT) aboard Clooney 57.
Daniel also picked up minor placings with Cinca 3 and Faith 13.
Lily Tootill and Ulysses NZPH were also in the money, placing nint
h in the 1.45m Grand Prix going double clear in 33.71 seconds. She also picked up minor placings in the Gold 1 1.30m and Gold 4 1.45m Grand Prix qualifier.
Samantha McIntosh and James S have been on form at the 2020 Vilamoura Atlantic Tour in Portugal placing ninth in the CSI3* 1.45m two phase and 11th in the CSI3* 1.4m table A.
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By Diana Dobson – HP Media Liaison