Steve Guerdat Misses Out on Victory in Geneva Show Jumping Event: Full Analysis and Coverage

2023-12-10 18:51:16

Published on December 10, 2023 at 7:51 p.m. / Modified on December 10, 2023 at 7:52 p.m.

The match was played behind closed doors. The approximately 9,000 spectators had bought their tickets days ago, dreaming, once again, of seeing Jura’s Steve Guerdat win, three months after his European title in Milan. So, when the Bassecourt prodigy completed his first round with all the brilliance that we know from him in major events, Geneva believed in it. Forty-eight hours after his third coronation in the top 10 on Friday evening, Steve Guerdat was ready to score a double.

That was without the mastery and nerve of the young German Richard Vogel, only 26 years old, and his phenomenal 11-year-old Westphalian stallion United Touch S, who made everyone agree by completing their jump-off in 37’14 ”, under the noses of the six other qualified riders for this second course, where the clock was law.

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