Bluman Competes in Chantilly for Global Champions LeagueBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · May 31, 2016
KER-sponsored jumper Daniel Bluman competed in Chantilly for Team Monaco Aces as part of the Global Champions League.
Bluman started with Conconcreto Believe in the CSI5* 145cm class and took the victory, finishing clear in 67.76 seconds. Later in the day, he earned fourth place in the 150cm with Conconcreto Apardi.
At the Global Champions Tour Grand Prix, Bluman and Apardi finished in third place with three clear rounds.
As a rider, Bluman is currently in fourth place in the overall rankings, while Team Monaco Aces still holds second place in the overall competition rankings.
This was the seventh round of competition out of fifteen being held around the world. The next rounds will be held in Cannes, June 9-11, and in Monaco, June 24-26.
Bluman relies on KER Sport Horse Nutrition feeds to ensure his world-class show jumpers are getting the nutrients they need for optimal performance. He chooses Ovation™, a palatable formulation containing fat sources and complex carbohydrates, which is designed for sport horses requiring balanced energy for maximum performance during competition and efficient muscle recovery afterwards, as well as E•CLIPSE®, which provides energy from a balance of sources including cereal grains, vegetable, and super fibers. He also uses Nano•E®, a powerful water-soluble liquid vitamin E antioxidant supplement for horses in a unique, rapidly bioavailable form.
“Ovation is my pelleted feed of choice. Ovation provides the energy my jumpers need without making them too excitable. Because it’s formulated by KER, I know it’s the most advanced feed available for my high-performance horses,” explains Bluman.