Scott Brash has held onto the World No.1 spot on the Longines FEI World Ranking Jumping List for the tenth consecutive month. Holding the No.1 spot on a total of 3219 points sees him placed 390 points ahead of German rider Ludger Beerbaum. Kent Farrington from the USA has moved into third place behind Ludger, with Marcus Ehning from Germany retaining fourth place whilst Kevin Staut from France moves into fifth.
In addition to this incredible success, Great Britain also holds pole position on another key ranking list. Hello Sanctos, the bay gelding owned by Lady Pauline Kirkham and Lord & Lady Harris and ridden by Scott Brash, holds the top spot on the FEI World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) World Ranking Jumping Horse List with 1450 points. Scott and Hello Sanctos won a Team Gold at both the London 2012 Olympic Games and 2013 European Championships. More recently, they took victory in the Grand Prix at the London Leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour.
Source: British Show Jumping