Tatiana Troiani takes her second win at the Brussels Stephex Masters

Tatiana Troiani took her second win at the Brussels Stephex Masters, when she went to the top in Friday’s 1.30m Prestige League Equix Prize as EquNews reports.

Aboard the 14-year-old mare Sister van de Wolvendries (Contra-A x Etretat), Troiani’s winning mount from Wednesday, the Belgian rider produced one of the ten double clears in this two phase competition. With almost two seconds down to runner-up Annette Wolf (NED) on Ewoud J (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Burggraaf), it was once again a convincing performance from Troiani who has had a super show at the Brussels Stephex Masters.

Belgian riders filled up the top five, with Marthe Van Gorp ending third on Diamond Star (Canturano x Tangelo vd Zuuthoeve) while Camille Demolie was fourth and Maverick Van Lent fifth.

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