Laura Graves, Kasey Perry-Glass, Adrienne Lyle Boost Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Winnings Ahead of World Cup Final
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WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 5, 2019–America’s likely three riders for the World Cup Final will be heading to Sweden with plenty of spending money earned at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival.
Laura Graves, Kasey Perry-Glass and Adrienne Lyle have each made more than $10,000 in prize money as of the end of the eighth of 12 weeks of the circuit at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center, according to calculations by dressage-news.com and presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance.
Canada’s Brittany Fraser, with success in the big ticket CDI5* early in the circuit but now on a break while she awaits the birth of a baby boy in mid-June, remains atop the prize money rankings with $42,200. Katherine Bateson-Chandler of Wellington is second on $29,000.
Christoph Koschel of Germany who won his third straight Palm Beach Dressage Derby last week stands third on $24,337 and Canada’s Jill Irving is in fourth on $23,265 per cent.
American Olympic and World Games rider Adrienne Lyle, who is expected to earn a start at the World Cup Final in Gothenburg April 3-7 based on her world ranking with Salvino at No. 15, has earned $21,800 so far on the circuit.
Yvonne Losos de Muñiz of the Dominican Republic has the sixth highest winnings so far of $20,275.
Shelly Francis of Loxahatchee, Florida is in seventh on $17,050 with Germany’s Michael Klimke on $13,055.
Laura Graves, ranked No. 2 in the world on on her Olympic, World Games and World Cup partner Verdades, has earnings of $12,600. Laura of Geneva, Florida restricted her competition schedule this winter to the three World Cup qualifiers required to get one of the two slots assigned to North America at the annual championship.
Team mate Kasey Perry-Glass standing at No. 5 in the world on Dublet, followed the same schedule of three qualifiers to earn a total of $10,800 and clinch the other North American slot for her second World Cup final start and the first indoor competition outside the United States.
Adequan Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Earnings as of Mar. 3, 2019
Compiled by dressage-news.com, presented by Cunningham & Cunningham Livestock Insurance
1. Brittany Fraser CAN $42,200
2. Katherine Bateson-Chandler USA $29,000
3. Christoph Koschel GER $24,337.50
4. Jill Irving CAN $23,265.50
5. Adrienne Lyle USA $21,800
6.. Yvonne Losos de Muñiz DOM $20,725
7. Shelly Francis USA $17,050
8. Michael Klimke GER $13,055
9. Laura Graves USA $12,600
10. Jessica Jo Tate USA $11,900
11. Kasey Perry-Glass USA $10,800
12. Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén SWE $6,350
13. Ashley Holzer USA $5,850
14. Joanne Vaughn GEO $5,800
15. Devon Kane USA $5,000
16. Charlotte Jorst USA $4,300
17. Karen Lipp USA $3,775
18. Jan Ebeling USA $3,525
19. Ariana Chia CAN $3,475
20.Tina Irwin CAN $3,105
21. P.J. Rizvi USA $2,900
22. Susan Pape GBR $2,685
23. Jennifer Baumert USA $2,530
24. Kelly Layne AUS $2,500
25. Leif Aho USA $2,330
26. Belinda Trussell CAN $2,145
27. Diane Creech CAN $2,110
28. Heather Blitz USA $2,000
29. Lindsay Kellock CAN $1,900
30. Rebecca Waite US $1,850
31. Megan Lane CAN $1,725
32. Tom Dvorak CAN $1,680
33. Jaimey Irwin CAN $1,640
34. Hope Cooper USA $1,565
35. Leida Collins-Strijk NED $1,510
T-36. Patricia Koschel GER $1,500
T-36. Karen Pavicic CRO $1,500
38. Lauren Asher USA $1,375
39. Natalia Bacariza Danguilleco ESP $1,360
T-40. Codi Harrison USA $1,300
T-40. James Koford USA $1,300
T-42. Bent Jensen USA $1,200
T-42. Jessica Kozel USA $1,200
44. Heather Boo USA $1,175
T-45. Nora Batchelder USA $1,150
T-45. Jacqueline McDonald Cuddy USA $1,150
47. Natalie Pai USA $1,070
48. Signe Kirk Kristiansen DEN $1,050
49. Meagan Davis USA $1,040
50-T. Alexandra Dominguez GUA $1,000
50-T. Sascha Schulz LUX $1,000