All bloodstock and racing eyes were on The Curragh where both the Tattersalls sponsored Irish One and Two Thousand Guineas took place. Meanwhile the showjumping world turned its attention to St Tropez this weekend as they staged the fifth of the eight stage of the Longines Global Champions League. Gareth Hughes of Great Britain won the CDI dressage Grand Prix at Compiegne in France riding Classic Briolinka with fellow Brits taking third and fourth in the same class of 26 combinations; Charlotte Fry riding Dark Legend in third and the other Charlotte – Dujardin in fourth riding Imhotep, the first time this horse had been seen in international competition.
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