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Andrew Hoy takes top spot at Ready Steady Tokyo Test Event

Andrew Hoy riding Bloom Des Hauts Crets at the Ready Steady Tokyo Test Event © FEU/Yusuke Nakanishi

Andrew Hoy riding Bloom Des Hauts Crets at the Ready Steady Tokyo Test Event

© FEU/Yusuke Nakanishi

 

Triple Olympic team gold medalist Andrew Hoy and Bloom Des Hauts Crets produced a lovely dressage test earning a score of 27.70, which placed them in second place after the dressage phase. Germany’s Michael Jung was close behind in third place after the dressage on Fischerwild Wave, with a score of 28.0

Japan’s Yoshiaki Oiwa was in the lead after the dressage, with an impressive score of 24.5. The 43-year-old Europe based eventer is riding the talented Bart L JRA, who was previously ridden by Matthieu Lemoine.

Andrew Hoy and Bloom Des Hauts Crets are now in the lead after producing a clear and on time cross country round earlier today. The combination are currently sitting on a score of 27.70.

Germany’s Michael Jung and Fischerwild Wave have jumped up to second place after the cross country, with a current score of 28.00.

 

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