World Rankings: Scott Brash’s reign at the top continues.
Long live the King! Scott Brash’s reign shows no signs of being brought to an end with the Scottish Golden Boy continuing to enjoy the leadership at the top of the World Rankings on 3090 points, a position he has held now for over a year.
As for the chasing pack, an in-form Kent Farrington jumps from sixth place into second and is chasing the Scotsman down on 2730 points.
Another big mover in the latest standings is horsewoman Penèlope Lèprevost, and thanks to her fruitful October, winning 2 legs of the FEI World Cup, she has moved all the way from ninth into third place on 2654 points.
On the cusp of a podium finish we find US horsewoman Beezie Madden who is in fourth place and snapping at Lèprevost’s heels on 2651 points. The rest of the top-ten is as follows:
5th Gregory Wathelet BEL 2640
6th Daniel Deusser GER 2595
7th Bertram Allen IRL 2594
8th McLain Ward USA 2534
9th Simon Delestre FRA 2528
10th Ludger Beerbaum GER 2493
Italian rider Emanuele Gaudiano is the best ranked Azzurro in 24th place with 2005 points while the next ranked Italians are Piergiorgio Bucci (52nd with 1675 points), Lorenzo De Luca (65th with 1530 points) and Luca Maria Moneta (89th with 1345 points). Click here for a full list of the standings: https://data.fei.org/Ranking/Search.aspx?rankingCode=S_WR