The Venezuelan rider finish third in the $35,000 1.45m Speed Stake Horseware Ireland, getting to add more points in July. (Photo © LizCrawleyPhotography)
Continuing his performance in the summer circuit in Tryon, North Carolina, the young Venezuelan talent Emanuel Andrade, next to assist for his country to the Rio Olympic Games, finished third in the $35,000 1.45m Horseware Ireland Speed Stake.
The class was won as the last in the order by the Irish Richie Moloney, Andrade who managed the best time with the 10-years-old gelding Bon Jovi (Verdi x Corland) in 57.67 seconds, was losing his lead by the Chilean Samuel Parot, Latino Ranking leader, with a time of 56.30 seconds to input Moloney.
Emanuel represented the result 40 points to his account in July, where already accumulated several important results during that period, currently occupying 11th place in Latino Ranking and 118th of FEI World Ranking.
Resultado Final $35,000 1.45m Horseware Ireland Speed Stake:
1.- SLIEVEANORRA/RICHIE MOLONEY (IRL) 0/56.09
2.- ATLANTIS/SAMUEL PAROT (CHI) 0/56.30
3.- BON JOVI/EMANUEL ANDRADE (VEN) 0/57.67