or the seventh month in a row, Scotland’s Scott Brash holds onto his lead in the Longines World Ranking after finishing third in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Hamburg. Scott Brash stays ahead of fellow British Olympic gold medalist Ben Maher, with only 351 points between them. Ludger Beerbaum and Ben Maher remain secure in position while USA’s Kent Farrington remains as the World #5 after winning the Prix MAG-JLT at the CSIO5* Piazza di Siena Horse Show in Rome.
France’s Penelope Leprevost moves from 14th position to World No.6 after a strong month of Furusiyya Nations Cup performances as well as a victory in La Baule. Moving her way into the World’s Top 10, from 14th position, Penelope Leprevost now stands as World #6. Leprevost was part of the winning Furusiyya Nations Cup team at CSIO5* La Baule as well as the second place finish team at the Furusiyya Nations Cup in Lummen, Belgium. In addition, Leprevost and Mylord Carthago won the Prix RMC at the CSIO5* event in La Baule, France.
Patrice Delaveau moves down to seventh position, Beezie Madden moves up to eighth position and Kevin Staut drops down to ninth position overall. Olympic Champion Steve Guerdat holds onto his World #10 position. The reigning World Cup Finals Champion Daniel Deusser moves down a few spots from World #7 to World #11. The Netherland’s Maikel van der Vleuten moves up to No.12 after his Longines Global Champions Tour victory in Madrid, Spain.