The stage is set for tomorrow’s big feature event at CSIO5* Rome - Masters Fratelli d’Inzeo at Piazza di Siena, and included in the star-studded list of starters are the winners of the last two Rolex Grand Prix.
Canada’s Beth Underhill created a huge sensation when winning the Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday, May 8, to close out the CSIO5* International Jumping La Baule in France partnering the 13-year-old stallion Dieu Merci van T&L, and this pair will be back vying for a piece of the action tomorrow afternoon.
And Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet and his 14-year-old grey star, Nevados S who topped the Rolex line-up at at Royal Windsor horse show in Great Britain will also be hoping to take a chunk of the €450,000 prize-fund on offer in Rome.
The competition begins at 13.00 local time.
Ph. Sport e Salute / S. Ferraro