Edwina makes history in Paris
Together with California,
Edwina has made history as the first non-European to win the prestigious Longines Masters of Paris. She is also only the second female rider to do so, after the French Equestrienne, Penelope Leprevost - won the title in 2011.Photo Longines Masters
Seven riders made it through to the action-packed jump-off, but only three managed to ride a clear round. Denis Lynch of Ireland posted the first clear against the clock with a time of 47.03 seconds aboard the 10-year-old gelding The Sinner.
Soon after, he was overtaken by Edwina who rode what proved to be the winning clear of the competition at 44.43 seconds.
Italy’s Albero Zorzi rode the final clear of the competition riding Contango, and the pair looked set to push Edwina off of the top spot; however, they had to settle for second place with a clear round in 44.79 seconds