Derry’s Jordan Coyle and the Elan Farm-owned gelding Picador have tonight (Sunday) recorded their fourth five-star win in-a-row at Spruce Meadows Summer Series in Canada, after they galloped to victory in the Lafarge Cavalry Charge 1m50.
A fantastic competition saw Coyle cross the line clear in 75.67 seconds to take the top prize ahead of America’s Beezie Madden in second with Jiva (75.96). Jordan’s younger brother Daniel Coyle finished third with CHS Krooze (ISH) with a time of 76.97 and he also took fourth place with Farrell (78.97).
Jordan Coyle and Picador had claimed their third Spruce Meadows win on Saturday in the Imperial Winning Round 1m50 after another outstanding performance.
“He’s (Picador) unbelievable , I’ve never had a horse quite like him. He’s always ready to go and just fast. I can trust him to jump the jumps and that makes my job easier” – Coyle commented afterwards.