Italian rider Jerry Smit comes in second place in Beijing GP.
Jerry Smit’s Chinese adventure continues to go from strength to strength.
The Milanese rider has been living in China for a while now where he coaches local riders and acts as a collaborator for Ludger Beerbaum to promote the show-jumping discipline in the Asian country.
In terms of results, the Italian is also achieving good things. In fact, he claimed a second place finish in the Longines GP in Beijing with 12 year-old stallion Washington behind the winner Franke Sloothaak with KWPN Al Capone (Oklund).
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Looking ahead, and remaining in China, man of the moment Scott Brash has announced that he will be taking part at the latest leg of the FEI World Cup Jumping China League this weekend.