Great Britain’s Suzan Pape Atop Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Standings, Americans Laura Graves & Lisa Wilcox Tied for 2nd

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Suzan Pape and Hamony's Don Noblesse in the Global Dressage Festival World Cup event. © 2017 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com
Suzan Pape and Hamony’s Don Noblesse in the Global Dressage Festival World Cup event. © 2017 Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com

WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 30, 2017–Great Britain’s Suzan Pape moved to the top of the Adequan Global Dressage Festival prize money standings after the second of seven CDIs over the winter with Americans Laura Graves and Lisa Wilcox tied in second.

Suzan’s success on Fiorano and Don Noblesse owned by Harmony Sport Horses of Kiowa, Colorado in World Cup events in the first two weeks put her earnings at $7,560 in the standings presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance.

Laura Graves of Geneva, Florida on her Olympic team medal horse Verdades won both the Grand Prix and the Freestyle in the second World Cup week to garner winnings of $6,600.

Lisa Wilcox of Wellington, Florida on Galant had won the same amount in the first of the four World Cup events on the Global calendar.

Juan Matute, Jr., 21 years old who rides for Spain competed horses at both senior and Under-25 Grand Prix stood and fourth at $4,900.

Canadians Megan Lane on $4,840 and Brittany Fraser on $4,700 filled the fifth and sixth slots, respectively.

Sweden’s seven-time Olympian Tinne Vilhelmsson-Silfvén was in seventh position on $4,100.

The standings could undergo a major re-shuffling in two weeks with the $200,000 CDI5* and another $32,700 in prize-money for other divisions as the world’s second richest single week dressage event behind only the World Equestrian Festival at Aachen, Germany.

Adequan Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Standings – Week Ending Jan. 29, 2016 presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance

Top 25
1. Suzan Pape GBR $7,560
2T. Laura Graves USA $6,600
2T. Lisa Wilcox USA $6,600
4. Juan Matute, Jr. ESP $4,900
5. Megan Lane CAN $4,840
6. Brittany Fraser CAN $4,700
7. Tinne Vilhelmsson-Silfvén SWE $4,100
8. Charlotte Jorst USA $4,040
9. Lindsay Kellock CAN $3,920
10. Kristof Koschel GER $3,750
11. Jaimey Irwin CAN $3,450
12. Katharina Stumpf AUT $2,880
13. Arlene Page USA $2,640
14. Christilot Boylen CAN $2.250
15. Nicole Levy USA $2,200
16. Michael Klimke GER $2,020
17. P.J. Rizvi USA $2,000
18. Jill Irving CAN $1,800
19. Kathy Priest USA $1,560
20. Christopher Hickey USA $1,420
21. Katherine Bateson-Chandler USA $1,320
22. Barbara Bertschinger SUI $1,300
23. Jan Ebeling USA $1,200
24. Jessica Rhinelander CAN $1,050
25T.Chase Hickok USA $1,000
25T.Maria Florenica Manfredi ARG $1,000

Evi Strasser CAN $990
Mikala Gundersen DEN $900
Krystalann Shingler CAN $840
Natalia Bacariza Danguilleco ESP $840
Jacqueline Brooks CAN $800
Ellesse Tzinberg PHI $800
Gabriela Stumpf AUT $780
Katie Poag USA $600
Ava MacCoubrey CAN $440
Lauren Sprieser USA $400
Beatrice Marineau USA $400
Holger Bechtloff USA $400
Jacqueline MacDonald Cuddy GBR $400
Adrienne Pot USA $400
Jane Cleveland USA $360
Kim Gentry AUS $300
Patricia Koschel GER $300
Siena Harris-Gissler USA $300
Lisa Widmayer GER $300
Janne Rumbough USA  $260
Codi Harrison USA $260
Katrina Sadis USA $260
Kerrigan Gluch USA $240
Alexandra Meghji CAN $240
Emily Smith USA $220
Barbara Davis USA $200
Aless Hall USA $180
Juliet Hess USA $140
John McGinty USA $140
Amelia Devine USA $20