Yes… because Eric Lamaze, not only won the Grand Prix on Sunday June 17th. He also won the big competitions on Friday and Saturday, while came in second on Thursday…
Let’s go in order:

Thursday June 14th, in the 1,50 with jump off, the winner is Daniel Bluman, on Entano, Eric Lamaze is second, on Saura de Fondcombe, while third is Laura Hite riding Calypso V/D Zuuthoeve.

Friday June 15th, in the 1,55 with jump off, Eric Lamaze wins on Chacco Kid, before Lucy Deslauriers, riding Hester, and Peter Luz on Robin de Ponthual.
Saturday June 16th, another 1,50 with jump off, is won by Eric Lamaze, this time riding Saura de Fondcombe. Right behind him follows Daniel Coyle, on Quintin and Antonio Maurer on Chacstara 2.
Lastly, the Grand Prix on Sunday June 17th, a 160 with jump off, in which Eric Lamaze once again gets the highest step, this time riding Fine Lady, his “top horse”. Behind him is Lucy Deslauriers, riding Hester and third is Scott Keach on Fedor.
Susanna Fusco and Fabrizio Bonciolini
June 19th, 2018

Thanks to Alessandra Deerinck – Human Horse Sensing

Human Horse Sensing
Email: HHsensing@Icloud.com
Phone: + 1 (760) 715 1554
Web: http://www.HHSensing.com


For complete results:

Thursday June 14th: https://www.sprucemeadows.com/tournaments/media/1529032055571_451.pdf

Friday June 15th: https://www.sprucemeadows.com/tournaments/media/1529115698338_453.pdf

Saturday June 16th: https://www.sprucemeadows.com/tournaments/media/1529187440352_452.pdf

Sunday June 17th: https://www.sprucemeadows.com/tournaments/media/1529268612425_454.pdf


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