Caio Carvalho Filho seized the CSI3* Bonheiden Grand Prix.

The Brazilian Caio Carvalho Filho completed a very outstanding week for the Latino riders, who finished winning three of the four FEI events at Belgium. (Photo © CSI Bonheiden)


Brazilian rider Caio Carvalho Filho seized the €30,000 CSI3* Bonheiden Grand Prix 1M45 presented by Q Cars Gewelt, to add his fifth FEI victory.

Completing a formidable week for the Latino Ranking riders, today Caio Carvalho Filho take the third of four victory in FEI events played at CSI3* C&M Bonheiden 2017, representing the Brazilian’s third conquest of the year in classes with World Ranking Points.

Adding 50 FEI Ranking Points by Caio Carvalho Filho who finished as the only rider to lower the 40 seconds barrier in the jump-off, stopping the clock in 39.65 seconds with the 8-year-old mare Jet Set DB (Ogano Sitte x Iris landai). Being the first of a total of 15 riders classified to the decisive round, the second place was occupied by the Spanish Julio Arias along with the 12-year-old stallion Reggae du Tillard (Jarnac) in 40.58 seconds.

The Grand Prix’s Top 5 was completed in third place by Bianca Schoenmakers of the Netherlands with the 9-year-old gelding Daylight (Ustinov x Oklund) in a time of 40.84 seconds and also Dutch Patrick Lemmen finished fourth with the 9-yer-old stallion Ideaal (Andiamo x Carinjo) in 41.55 seconds. The fifth place was Swedish Douglas Lindelöw accompanied by the 12-year-old gelding Zacramento (Cardinal x Cortus) in 41.80 seconds.

The Latinos who were able to take advantage of each disputed class were led by Caio Carvalho Filho on this occasion, while yesterday’s winner Dayro Arroyave of Colombia finished eighth with the 10-year-old mare Adele (Cassini I x Corrado I) in 43.12 seconds, being the only ones that added World Ranking Points and by Pan American Ranking Canadian rider Susan Horn finished in tenth place. Out of the points were followed with 4 fouls Mark Bluman of Colombia in box 17th alongside Gamko S (Heartbreaker x Carthago) and Marlon Modolo Zanotelli of Brazil was 20th with Alicante (Casall x Indoctro), his fellowman Cassio Rivetti next to Ulahop Boy (Lamm De Fetan x Kannan) ranked 27th with 5 fouls, Carlos Eduardo Mota Ribas of Brazil with Wilexo (Phin Phin x Calvados) 47th accumulating 16 fouls and with 17 fouls in 48th place was Mexican Mariel Victoria Aguirre with Cortez (Quick Star x Quito de Baussy).


Final Results