Great Britain’s Susan Pape Heads Wellington Global Dressage Festival Prize Money After 2 of 7 CDIs
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WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 31, 2022–The most successful competition of the career of Susan Pape boosted the British team rider to the top of the Global Dressage Festival prizemoney standings after two of seven CDIs on the winter-long circuit.
Susan whose sweep of the CDI4* on Harmony’s Eclectisch as well three other victories on different horses brought her prizemoney total to $7,500 so far with riders from five nations taking the top 10 places in the standings compiled by dressage-news.com.
Sweden’s seven-time Olympian Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén ranked second on $6,000 with Jennifer Williams of Olympia, Washington who led the standings after the first week in third with $5,775.
Spain’s Wellington-based Paula Matute Guimón who also had her most successful international performances stood fourth on $4,900 while Germans Christoph Koschel on $4,900 was fifth and Michael Klimke with $2,850 in ninth.
Susan Dutta of Wellington has earned $3,900 for sixth place.
Prizemoney rankings after two of seven CDIs:
1-Susan Pape GBR $7,500
2-Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén SWE $6,000
3-Jennifer Williams USA 5,775
4-Paula Matute Guimón ESP $5,700
5-Christoph Koschel GER $4,900
6-Susan Dutta USA $3,900
7-Ali Potasky USA $3,325
8-Ashley Holzer USA 2,900
9-Michael Klimke GER $2,850
10-Benjamin Ebeling USA $2.400
T-11-Katie Duerrhammer USA $2,300
T-11-Mikala Münter USA $2,300
13-Jan Ebeling USA $2,275
14-Pia Fortmüller CAN $2,000
15-Joanne Vaughan GEO $1,700
16-Frederic Wandres GER $1,500
17-Evi Strasser CAN $1,470
T-18-Diane Creech CAN $1,400
T-18-Kevin Kohmann USA $1,400
20-Alice Tarjan USA $1,200
T-21-Anna Buffini USA $1,000
T-21-Ariana Chia CAN $1,000
T-21-Kerrigan Gluch USA $1,000
T-21-Megan Lane CAN $1,000