Scott Brash holds onto World #1 position for third month in a row…

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cott and Hello Sanctos in Chantilly, France for the 2012 Global Champions Tour
Scott and Hello Sanctos in Chantilly, France for the 2012 Global Champions Tour

For the third month in a row, Scotland’s Scott Brash holds onto his lead in the Longines World Ranking. Scott Brash stays ahead of fellow British Olympic gold medalist Ben Maher with a strong 200 point lead, with 2907 points in total. Ben sits securely in second place with 2705 points while living-legend Ludger Beerbaum holds onto third position with 2570 points. Germany’s Marcus Ehning has climbed up to fourth position, pushing USEF Rider of the Year Beezie Madden down to fifth position, who has 2451 points.

Haras des Coudrettes Patrice Delaveau is once again, France’s leading rider, holding onto sixth position with 2440 points. Switzerland’s Olympic Champion, Steve Guerdat sits in seventh position while Wellington-based rider Kent Farrington is the second best US ranked rider in eight position. Haras des Coudrettes Kevin Staut maintains his position in the Top 10, sitting in ninth position with 2368 points. Germany’s 2013 Champion, Daniel Deusser moves up to tenth position, enjoying his highest World Rankings as of yet, after tremendous World Cup performances aboard Cornet d’Amour. The Netherland’s Gerco Schröder and Portugal’s Luciana Diniz drop down out of the Top 10.

Australia’s Edwina Tops-Alexander moves from eighteenth to twentieth while Switzerland’s Pius Schwizer moves from twenty-first position to eighteenth in the world. The biggest mover in the World’s Top 50 is Belgium’s Pieter Devos, moving from fifty-third in the world and breaking the Top 50 to land in forty-fifth position.