Nine riders from Four Nations Earn Over $10,000 Prize Money In Four Weeks of Wellington’s Adequan Global Dressage Festival

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Kasey Perry-Glass on Dublet with win in the World Cup Grand Prix and Freestyle Freestyle moved the rider up the Adequan Gobal Dressage Festival prize money standings. © 2019 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 25, 2019–Nine riders from four nations have won more than $10,000 in prize money after four Adequan Global Dressage Festival international weeks with Canada’s Brittany Fraser still atop the standings although taking a break with her child due in 3 1/2 months. Another 30 riders from six other countries have earned amounts ranging from $8,300 to $1,000.

Brittany’s circuit total winnings of $42,200 kept her well ahead of the American’s Katherine Bateson-Chandler of Wellington on $29,000 with fellow Canadian Jill Irving standing third on $22,162 and Germany’s Christoph Koschel on $21,337 despite a spinal nerve issue that sent him to the hospital but not enough to keep him out of the saddle, according to calculations by dressage-news.com and presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance..

Yvonne Losos de Muñiz of the Dominican Republic remained in the fifth spot on $18,750 while American Olympic and World Equestrian Games team rider Adrienne Lyle added more than $2,000 to a new total of $18,050, Shelly Francis of neighboring Loxahatchee at $15,350, Jessica Jo Tate of Wellington at $11,300, Michael Klimke of Germany of $11,290 and world No. 2 Laura Graves of Geneva, Florida who did not compete last week rounding out the top 10 with $8,300.

Victories in the World Cup Grand Prix and Freestyle boosted U.S. Olympic and World Equestrian Games team medalist Kasey Perry-Glass to double her season earnings to $7,700.

The next Global competition starts Feb. 28, the last World Cup qualifier of the season in which both Laura Graves and Kasey Perry-Glass will compete for the two places assigned to North America for the Final at Gothenburg, Sweden the first week of April. A CDIO3* Nations Cup is scheduled for Mar. 12-17 and the wrap up CDI4* the last week of March.

Adequan Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Earnings – Feb. 25, 2019
Presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance

Adequan Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Earnings – Feb. 24, 2019
Presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance

1. Brittany Fraser CAN $42,200
2. Katherine Bateson-Chandler USA $29,000
3. Jill Irving CAN $22,162.50
4. Christoph Koschel GER $21,337.50
5. Yvonne Losos de Muñiz DOM $18,750
6. Adrienne Lyle USA $18,050
7. Shelly Francis USA $15,350
8. Jessica Jo Tate USA $11,300
9. Michael Klimke GER $11,290
10. Laura Graves USA $8,300
11. Kasey Perry-Glass USA $7,700
12. Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén SWE $6,350
13. Joanne Vaughn GEO $5,700
14. Devon Kane USA $4,700
15. Ariana Chia CAN $3,475
16. Jan Ebeling USA $3,290
17.Tina Irwin CAN $3,105
18. Ashley Holzer USA $2,900
19. Susan Pape GBR $2,685
20. Jennifer Baumert USA $2,530
21. Belinda Trussell CAN $2,145
22. P.J. Rizvi USA $2,100
23. Leif Aho USA $2,030
24. Diane Creech CAN $1,910
25. Charlotte Jorst USA $1,700
26. Jaimey Irwin CAN $1,640
27. Megan Lane CAN $1,625
28. Leida Collins-Strijk NED $1,510
29. Lauren Asher USA $1,375
T-30. Codi Harrison USA $1,300
T-30 James Koford USA $1,300
32. Karen Lipp USA $1,275
T-33. Bent Jensen USA $1,200
R-33. Jessica Kozel USA $1,200
35. Heather Boo USA $1,175
36. Hope Cooper USA $1,095
37. Signe Kirk Kristiansen DEN $1,050
38. Meagan Davis USA $1,040
39. Alexandra Dominguez GUA $1,000