Posted by on September 7, 2020

Oliver had a busy three days at Richmond last week, with most of his rides finishing in the ribbons. 

Master Class Ramiro recorded his first novice win on a 28.8 dressage score completion, while Glamour Girl took the runner up spot in her intermediate section.

Medusa van de Kooldries continues to improve – her last three novice results have been fifth, fourth and at Richmond she placed third, with 1.6 time penalties added to her 26.3 dressage score.

Keeping the top 10 countback going, Ballylaffin Ricki bagged a novice fourth place – but for a rail down in the showjumping he would have beaten Master Class Ramiro to the win in that section. Then there was a fifth place rosette for Brideview Golden Oz, also at novice level – he came home just a few seconds over the optimum time.

Two of the BE100 horses finished in sixth place; Samiro Cruz MC and Kilmanac Croga, while back at novice level Indictable Only placed seventh.

There were no eighth and ninth place rosettes, but Heraut bagged a ribbon, a novice 10th place.

Oliver & Master Class Ramiro © Tim Wilkinson


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