American McLain Ward won his first-ever FEI World Cup Jumping title in Omaha, Nebraska. Ward produced another double-clear performance to remarkably finish the competition with zero faults after five rounds.
Switzerland’s Romain Duguet came up just short for second place. Sweden’s Henrik von Eckermann finished third.
FEI – World Cup Dressage Final 2017 – Omaha
Isabell Werth produced another majestic performance to claim her third World Cup dressage title.
American Laura Graves – second place with a score of 85.307, her best-ever individual performance at a major finals, Carl Hester, finished in third.
International Omaha Jumping Grand Prix Competition
FEI – World Cup Jumping Final GP 2017 – Omaha
The opening round of the Final of the Longines FEI World Cup series wasn’t short of drama! Mclain Ward won with an outstanding fault free round, scoring 59.27. Second place went to Swede Henrik von Eckermann with 59.58, Third was reigning champion Steve Guerdat with a score of 60.06
FEI – World Cup Dressage Final GP 2017 – Omaha
The opening round Grand Prix of the FEI World Cup Final Dressage took place on Thursday evening. 16 riders took part and 14 qualified for the Freestyle to music on Saturday.
Isabell Werth and Weihegold took top spot with an awesome 82.271. Laura Graves scored 79.800 to take second place before Carl Hester with 76.671.