Opened to 1* riders, the Masters Three 1.25m class allow amateur riders to compete in high level conditions in front of the Parisian audience during the Longines Masters of Paris.
Judged in 2 phases time differed, Belgium’s Christophe de Brabander won the class in 2018. This time riding Geneve de Muze, he was three seconds ahead of his runner-up, Spain'sSusana Epaillard. “I can’t really say that there was a special moment when I gained time on the course. My mare is very fast and I chose to ride her forward, taking strides off almost all the lines. Riding the previous class helped me, as it was the same course.”The French rider Tamara Zahid came third.