ANNA Camille Vlasov and Gulliver du Saint-Chene beat the clock to capture the 1.40m Grand Prix.
CELEBRATING in a victory gallop.
A VISIBLY emotional Vlasov stands at salute to hear the Bahamian national anthem being played.
#DECEMBER 4 was a fun day for Anna Camille Vlasov and her Belgian Warmblood gelding Gulliver du Saint-Chene as they blazed to victory in the 1.40m Grand Prix competition on the final day of the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour in Oliva, Spain.
#Vlasov and Gulliver were only one of two pairs to ride double clear rounds over French course designer Eddy Castillon’s challenging track. A crisp first round in 74.23 seconds put them atop the leaderboard after the first round.
#A fast, careful effort in the jump off kept them there, as Vlasov went clear in 39.40 seconds to hold off the only other double clear combination – Great Britain’s Joanne Whitaker, aboard Meriarta – beating them by just 0.98 seconds. Carlos Borho Gifon and Esprit de L’Esprit Z of Spain were third.
#Vlasov will continue to compete in Europe over the next few months as she prepares for her next goal – to represent The Bahamas at the CAC Games in 2023.