After three days of competition the APM Charity Show comes to a close. The day started out with the Dressage-Inter I, 5 riders competed in the test. Continuing her consistent run was Dara Ninggar Prameswari finishing on top with Commodore, with 66.838%. Following her was Mira Warganegara on Xeqiue with 65.221%. Rounding up the podium place was Nadya Zax on Bique Bique with 64.838%. This weekend Dara won both the Inter I and PSG with Commmodore.
Following the dressage was the Jumping Phase of the Eventing. 8 of the Indonesian Riders had a chance at an MER for the Asian Games. Iin turn 6 of the 8 succeeded in getting the MER and is now eligible for the Asian Games 2018. Other riders whom have yet to pass the MER will get another chance in a few weeks as they continue their quest to represent their country.
Continuing their winning run was Riko Ganda Febriyyanto with Lelis Blanch. The pair rose to the top after being placed 11th after day 1, climbing their way from day 2 onwards. Riko has been consistently producing results since last year on Lelis Blanch. In second placed was Alvaro Menayang with Alright. The pair jumped up a few places and ended up second overall after two days. Finishing in third was Jojo Jonathan with Gwen do Empo.
On to the show jumping qualifications, 10 combinations participated in the event. Today riders competed in the 1.40m qualifications for the Asian Games. Of which the top three places saw two familiar faces. Coming in first was Raymen Kaunang on Conquistador who rode the only clear round of the day. In second place was Yanyan Hadiansyah on Bodius who had an unlucky rail down coming back from the water jump. Finally, in third place was Marco Momuat with Charlie finishing with 8 penalties.