Jumping - Kerrygold Grand Prix League - Wallslough Win Puts
Marshall Into Second
Harry Marshall climbed into second place in the Kerrygold Grand
Prix League with a superb victory at Wallslough today (Friday),
his third consecutive success in the series.
riding his own horse Splendido, produced one of only two double-clear
rounds, and his time of 47.11 was almost four seconds clear of runner-up
Taylor Vard on Collins 5.
victory takes Marshall to within eight points of League leader James
Kernan, who didn't make it into today's jump-off.
Edward Doyle with Waterside Stud's Polycar went around in a very
fast 44.66 but had one down, while Paul O'Shea on Who's Business
As Usual, owned by Julie Pratt, produced a good time of 46.37 at
the expense of a pole to finish fourth.
Brian Curran Cournane also had one down to finish 5th on River Boyne,
and Mervyn Clarke secured sixth on his own horse Rip Tide, also
with four faults in the jump-off.
Wade's challenging course produced a great afternoon's show jumping
in the brilliant sunshine.
the action moves to Ennis, with Ballina also down for decision this
Wallslough Village GRAND PRIX
sponsored by Wallslough Village and Athri Aid
Friday 11th July 2003
Prize Money: 3000 Euro
SPENDIDO (Owner Harry Marshall); Harry Marshall Faults 0/0 Time
2) COLLINS 5 (Owner Jayne Dillon); Taylor Vard Faults 0/0 Time 51.08
3) POLYCOR (Owner Waterside Stud); Edward Doyle Faults 0/4 Time
4) WHO'S BUSINESS AS USUAL (Owner Julie Pratt); Paul O'Shea Faults
0/4 Time 46.37
5) RIVER BOYNE (Owner Minister For Defence); Lt. Brian Curran Cournane
0/4 Time 47.26
6) RIP RIDE (Owner Mervyn Clarke); Mervyn Clarke Faults 0/4 Time
starters, twelve riders through to jump-off
GRAND PRIX Rankings after Wallslough Grand Prix 3000 Euro
Grand Prix, Co. Kildare
1) James Kernan 56 points
2) Harry Marshall 48 points
3) Peter Smyth 40 points
4) Andrew Dunlop 36 points
5) Clem McMahon 35 points
6) Lt. David O'Brien 34.5 points