FEI World Rankings are updated every month to include points from the previous period as well as deduct any rolling off. The latest Eventing World Rankings, which factors in events from June and prior, sees British Olympic medalist Oliver Townend keep his top ranking but welcomes eventing’s power duo, Jonelle and Tim Price, into the top three.
The New Zealand riders, who run a successful joint venture out of their full-time base in the UK, have been on a whirlwind tour in the first half of 2022, racking up global points in the process. A podium finish in the 5* at Luhmühlen with Faerie Dianimo last month boosted Jonelle from sixth at last ranking to second currently. Tim jumps from 10th to third in the overall points thanks to a string of top-10 finishes — including a tenth overall at Luhmühlen with Vitali — secured in June. We’ll certainly see the family Price named to rep the Kiwis in Italy for World Championships in September — the question only remains of which horses they’ll tap for the task.
The remainder of this month’s top 10 are primarily British — Ros Canter (5), Laura Collett (6), Piggy March (7), Tom McEwen (8), and Pippa Funnell (10) — with Boyd Martin the top-ranked of the Americans in ninth overall. Doug Payne (11), Will Coleman (12), and Lauren Nicholson (15) are also ranked within the top 15 worldwide.
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