Daniel Deusser keeps the lead in the World rankings
Daniel Deusser keeps his place as World No. 1 in the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) World Rankings, still ahead of a Swiss rider, but this time it’s Martin Fuchs who is in second place, ahead of his compatriot Steve Guerdat. Behind him, due to the return to normal competition and the gradual return of the calculation system, the former World No. 1, Scott Brash, climbs to fourth position ahead of Kent Farrington who is the only rider in this Top 10 to retain his position.
Julien Epaillard jumped six places to sixth position and is now the first Frenchman in the rankings, just ahead of Brazilian Marlon Zanotelli. Max Kuhner climbs to eighth place from 20th. Darragh Kenny loses one place and is now sitting in ninth. Note that his victory in Monaco last weekend will count towards next month, like Ben Maher's victory at Windsor! The latter is the big loser of the month, falling from fourth to 12th position!