Elo Movers: Double Clears Boost Ratings

The five-stars in Rome and Vancouver brough on many changes in our EquiRatings Jumping Elo ratings. Team USA’s Carissimo 25 is the biggest climber of the week.

Plenty of opportunities for building Elo ratings this weekend with five-star competitions in Rome and Vancouver, while we also saw four-star action in Hohenkirchen.



A double clear in the Nations Cup gave Aaron Vale’s Carissimo 25 a significant boost to his Elo. Up by 30 points, the chestnut gelding has now surpassed the 700 Elo mark.




There was no British team in the Nations Cup in Rome, but Joe Stockdale and Equine America Cacharel delivered a double clear in Sunday’s Rolex Grand Prix to finish just beside the podium in fourth place. This boosted Cacharel’s Elo by 26 points up to 714, which puts this combination in a very interesting position for the British team ahead of the Paris Olympics.




Also a double clear in the Nations Cup of Rome for Cian O’Connor & Maurice to help Team Ireland finish second and boost Maurice’s Elo by 21 points.




At just nine years old and at his five-star Nations Cup debut, Kendra Claricia Brinkop’s Tabasco de Toxandria delivered a foot-perfect double clear to help the German team win the Rome Nations Cup. This improved Tabasco’s Elo by 18 points and puts him on a current Elo of 721, which is just 4 points away from becoming the highest-rated nine-year-old horse in the sport.



Z Grky Carissimo 25 S Performances in Rome Made Them the Biggest Elo Improver of the Weekend

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