Emanuele Gaudiano now again the fastest in Dublin.

Ranking Latino leader Marlon Módolo Zanotelli from Brazil ended in fourth place, escorting Irish Cian O’Connor and Bertram Allen who ranking second and third. (Photo © LGCT).


The Italian Emanuele Guadiano victory in the € 24,500 with the Serpentine Speed ​​Stakes riding Cocoshynsky (Cornet Obolensky x Popcorn) was, easily beating his opponents in the Dublin Horse Show in Ireland.

The court which was designed by Allan Wade was attended by 39 pairs, 14 of them ending in double clears. Gaudiano could mark a time of 64.82 seconds, to make a lead with more than 4 seconds on the talented rider from home Bertram Allen and Quiet Easy 4 (Quidams Rubin x Zapateado) and who achieved a record of 69.31 seconds to fill second.

The Olympic bronze medalist in the individual of past Olympic Games in London 2012 Cian O’Connor was third with the Coco II issue (The Little Calato x) in time of 72.24 seconds would take to complete the awards podium, leaving the public in need of victory by home riders, to give way to the Italian fleet.

The best Latin and PAEC Ranking representative in the competition was just the leader of the Brazilian Marlon Latino Ranking Módolo Zanotelli with Rock’N Roll Semilly (Diamant de Semilly SF) completing its presentation at the speed class in time of 72.99 seconds no knockdowns in the fourth. To complete the participants joined the World Ranking points and occupying the seventh American rider Georgina Bloomberg stood with Calenus 3 (Warm Ass), castrated marking 11 years on the board a time of 73.44 seconds.


Final Result Serpentine Speed Stakes 1.60m