During the Stallion Days in Saint-Lô today, Itoki de Riverland (Candy de Nantuel - Dirka de Riverland x Action Breaker), bred by Michaël Varliaud was crowned champion.
A total of 74 stallions were evaluated during Friday, in three categories: free jumping, model, and paces.
Today, no fewer than 53 stallions set foot on the track of the CPE manege, divided into two divisions: The Masters l'Eperon, which included an exhibition event for four-year-olds (without classification), as well as a 5-year-old and a 6-year-old event. A 'Performers' event also took place, one for seven- and eight-year-olds, and another for those age nine and over.
The five-year-old Masters winner was Ginko du Rouet (Vagabond de la Pomme - Chanel du Rouet x Ogano Sitte), bred and presented by Yannick Fardin. In the six-year-old age-group, Fancy de Kergane (Berdenn de Kergane - Vita de Kergane x Cor de Hus), led the field. He was co-bred by Elevage de Kergane and Sandrine Gallou, and presented by SCEA de Kergane.
El London King (Carembar de Muze - Pandora EGP x Kannan), bred by Nelson Pessoa and presented by Equitechnic stood in the victory circle for seven- and eight-year-olds, while Romando de l'Abbaye (Flipper d'Elle - Maloise de l'Abbaye x Diamant de Semilly) won the nine-year-old class for his breeder Louis Leconte.