The last day of the Longines Masters of Lausanne is also the day of the much anticipated Grand Prix! The first one of the day, the Masters Three, came to a finale echoing the Brabançonne with two Belgian riders on the podium's highest steps. Christophe de Brabander took first, followed by the Louise Ameeuw who was in excellent form. American Ella Bikoff rounded out the podium, catching yet another medal to add to her collection after a very successful weekend!
"I'm very happy that I have the opportunity to ride such a great horse, my sister's one L'Hermes de Muze. I've ridden him for three months now, and we work pretty well together. I got very lucky a few times on this horse because I had several approaches that were a little rough, but L'Hermes was very responsive. Thanks to the course's design, I was able to save time in the line before the wall. I didn't think I could beat Louise Ameeuw, who rode very well this weekend. I am delighted with this class at the Longines Masters of Lausanne!”