Adequan Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Standings as of Feb. 1

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Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén riding Benetton Dream in the Adequan Global Dressage Festival World Cup event. © 2016 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com
Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén riding Benetton Dream in the Adequan Global Dressage Festival World Cup event. © 2016 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 1, 2016–Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén, a six-time Olympian for Sweden, remained atop the Adequan Global Dressage Festival prize money standings after the second of seven CDIs ending on Sunday that saw Belinda Trussell of Canada break up European dominance at the top.

Tinne’s earnings after two World Cup events totaled $8,320, according to calculations by dressage-news.com and presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance.

Leida Collins-Strijk of the Netherlands swept last week’s Small Tour competition to boost her prize money to $8,230 and second place on the standings while Michael Klimke of Germany, her main rival in that division, has compiled $6,590 to stand in fourth place.

Belinda Trussell, competing Anton for the first time this year in pursuit of a start at the summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro won both the World Cup Grand Prix and Freestyle to take $6,600 and the third spot.

Laura Graves of Plymouth, Florida increased her earnings to $5,600 but she dropped to fifth place from second after the first CDI.

Florida high schooler Juan Matute, Jr. who rides for Spain, grew his earnings to a total of 5,140 and the sixth spot.

Adequan Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Standings as of Feb. 1, 2016 – presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance  (Compiled by dressage-news.com)

1. Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén SWE – $8,320
2. Leida Collins-Strijk NED – $8,230
3. Belinda Trussell CAN – $6,600
4. Michael Klimke GER – $6,590
5. Laura Graves USA – $5,600
6. Juan Matute, Jr. ESP – $5,140
7. Arlene Page USA – $4,900
8. Suzan Pape GBR – $4,310
9. Shelly Francis USA – $3,960
10. Allison Brock USA – $3,740
11T. Leah Wilson Wilkins CAN – $3,240
11T. Kasey Perry-Glass USA – $3,240
13. Katharina Stumpf AUT – $2,870
14. Charlotte Jorst USA – $2,760
15. Lars Petersen DEN – $2,320
16. Mikala Gundersen DEN – $1,900
17. Jacqueline Brooks CAN -$1,800
18. Lisa Wilcox USA – $1,640
19. Beatrice Marineau USA – $1,380
20. Megan Lane CAN – $1,300
21T. Jan Ebeling USA – $1,200
21T. Brittany Fraser CAN – $1,200
23. Kelly Layne AUS – $1,120
24. Heather Blitz USA – $1,050

Evi Strasser CAN – $900
Katherine Bateson-Chandler USA – $840
Kate Boldt USA – $840
Amy Bock USA – $840
Karen Pavicic CAN – $780
Cesar Parra USA – $720
Riccardo Wallenstein POR – $700
Mette Rosencrantz USA – $700
P.J. Rizvi USA – $600
Yvonne Losos de Muñiz DOM – $600
Juan Antonio Jimenez Cobo ESP – $600
Maria Florencia Manfredi ARG – $580
Kathy Priest USA – $550
Lauren Spreiser USA – $500
Raul Corchuelo COL – $450
Adrienne Pot USA – $420
Jill Irving CAN – $400
Susan Dutta USA – $400
Ellesse Tzinberg PHI – $400
Anna Marek USA – $400
Joanne Vaughan GEO – $370
Barbara Davis USA – $320
Ava Maccoubrey CAN – $320
David Marcus CAN – $300
Christoph Koschel GER – $300
Felicitas Hendricks GER – $300
Diana Porsche AUT – $260
Lisa Bukowski CAN – $250
Naima Moreira Laliberte CAN – $220
Cesar Lopado-Grana ARG – $200
Samira Mayumi Uemura BRA – $200
Christian Garweg CAN – $200
Katie Poag USA – $200
Jennifer Marchand USA – $180
Natalia Bacariza ESP – $180
Amy Swerdlin USA – $180
Rachael Hicks USA – $180
Eliane Corida-van Reesema USA – $180
Tara Stegen USA – $160
Nicole Scarpino USA – $140
Dawn Weinger USA – $120
Anna Weniger USA – $120
Sean Sierra Keasler USA – $120
Raimundo Maciel Dum Nascimento BRA – $100
Heather Boo USA – $100
Gabriela Stumpf AUT – $100
Nicholas Hansen USA – $100
Kristin Counterman USA – $80
Maria Aponte COL – $40
Lillian Simons USA – $20
Molly Paris USA – $20
Emily Smith USA – $20