Fourth to go in the 31-starter 1.35m class, Britain's Jessica Mendoza took impossibly tight turns and made the most of her Dollar du Mûrier mare Dollar Girl 46's turn of foot. Their super fast time of 50’’65 meant they could not be caught and thus won the Masters Two Geberit on Saturday morning at the Longines Masters of Paris.
"It was obviously early to go and an early morning but she jumped super. I knew I had to go quick because I had the whole class behind me", said the winner. "The Longines Masters of Paris is my favorite show. I have been coming every year for 4 ou 5 years now. Hopefully next year I can come for the 5*"
The 23-year-old Brit was followed by Ukraine's young talent Anastasiya Bondarieva, clear in 51’’40 with Quickborn 8, and French rider Clément Boulanger, clear in 52’’35 with Vasco de Talma. On top of the usual prize money, Jessica Mendoza takes home a Pramac forklift.