Ocala, Florida, USA – February 12, 2022 – Week VI of the 2022 Winter Spectacular Show Series wrapped up with the $75,000 Adequan Grand Prix this morning in the WEC Stadium. An international field of forty-five competitors vied for the win over tracks built by FEI Level III course designer, Joey Rycroft (CAN). Sixteen entries found success over Rycroft’s first track and eleven delivered double clear rounds, but it was Santiago Lambre (BRA) and his own Comtess 202 (Comme II Faut 5 x Parodie) that flew to victory.
Richard Spooner (USA) and Show Jumping Syndications International’s Quirado RC (Quinar x Ursula) rounded out the top three in the $75,000 Adequan Grand Prix. Spooner and the 13-year-old Holsteiner gelding navigated an effortless first round in 84.049 seconds. The pair returned to the WEC Stadium for the jump-off, flying through the course, taking tight inside turns while leaving out strides to capture a time of 33.697 seconds.
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Final Results – $75,000 Adequan Grand Prix
1) Santiago Lambre (BRA) & Comtess 202 – 0 / 0 – 33.314
2) Rowan Willis (AUS) & Wellington Grey Goose – 0 / 0 – 33.434
3) Richard Spooner (USA) & Quirado RC – 0 / 0 – 33.697
Source: Press Release from WEC – World Equestrian Center
Photos: © Andrew Ryback Photography