Gothenburg, Sweden—April 5
When you enter the arena with the Longines FEI World No. 1 written on an armband, all eyes are on you. Just how good is he? After the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final Steve Guerdat showed he’d earned his armband, riding a speedy course with Alamo to take the top spot going into the second round of competition.
If you didn’t get to watch the class live, or just want to watch just how masterful his round was once again, we’ve got you covered, courtesy of FEI TV:
Maybe you wanted to see where Guerdat beat second-placed finisher Pieter Devos and Apart?
And lastly, here’s highlights of the top three finishers (including some stirrupless riding from Olivier Philippaerts.
You can also read more information about this year’s World Cup schedule and see all of the Chronicle’s coverage.