Australia’s Andrew Hoy and Vassily de Lassos posted one of seven double-clear rounds out of 51 Luhmühlen CCI4*-S cross country starters, and the fastest time of their division. Now he’s posted the helmet cam so that we can ride along.
You’ll recall this striking chestnut powerhouse from the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon, where the 10-year-old Anglo-Arab gelding (Jaguar Mail x Illusion Perdue, by Jalienny), owned by Paula and David Evans and the rider, finished 4th.
— Andrew Hoy (@HoyEventing) June 15, 2019
You know it’s serious when there’s unicorn emoji involved!
The pair sits 7th heading into Luhmühlen show jumping on their dressage score of 31.8. You can view the complete CCI4*-S leaderboard here. A German is almost guaranteed to take the win … but which one?
We’ll be along shortly with a full report from the headlining CCI5* division, which has been won by Tim Price and the great grey mare Ascona M.