The show in Geneva came to an end and was as always an exceptional competition.
There have been ups and downs in the different classes.
Balou Rubin R won the 145 class on Thursday with a lot of confidence. On Sunday, he lost his concentration in the 155 class when he noticed the presence of the big screen and finished the class with three faults.
Chidame Z took the 4th place of the 140 opening class on Thursday and finished the 150 class on Friday with only one fence down. Unfortunately, the 160 GP on Sunday came a bit early for the explosive mare that was taking part to her second competition only after a well deserved break.
On Friday, I decided to retire from the competition after a big misunderstanding with About A Dream in the 155 class on a blue oxer at the end of the course. Fortunately, everything went back to normal on Saturday with not less than a sensational victory in the second biggest competition of the show, the 155 combination class with jump-off.
Next stop: Praha with Living The Dream