Italy’s Emilio Bicocchi flew to settle the Brazilian Yuri Mansur, who finished in second place for the Latinos. (Photo © csiostgallen)
The penultimate day of the CSIO5* St. Gallen had the dispute of the Speed and Handiness class Longines CSIO Schweiz, result winner Italian rider Emilio Bicocchi, completing his field in time of 74.52 seconds.
Being present with the 10-year-old stallion Call me (Contendro II x Julio Mariner xx) owned by Filippo Mazzei, Emilio Bicocchi took 80 World Ranking points with his result, in a class that had the participation of 41 pairs and surpassing with a smaller advantage of 1 second to Brazilian rider Yuri Mansur.
For his part Yuri Mansur, stood out with his best result of the week, securing 70 World Ranking points with the 9-year-old stalionl Chaganus (Chacco-Blue x Carthago) owned by Euro Stables, marking a time of 75.41 seconds. Being the best of the representatives for the Latino Ranking, Mansur was followed by his fellowman Pedro Muylaert in 15th place secured FEI points in time of 80.16 seconds, the Brazilian Karina Johannpeter and Eduardo Menezes in positions 21st and 23rd, where Johannpeter finished adding 4 seconds by demolishing to her final time and a fast Menezes added 8 seconds by demolish, being his time of 82.40 seconds and 82.81 seconds respectively. Also by Ranking Panamericano was the American Katherine Dinan, who finished in 87.40 seconds in the 32nd position.
Bertram Allen of Ireland, World No. 15 and Olympic medalist Steve Guerdat of Switzerland, World No. 16, did not exact the victory, but in the case of Steve Guerdat finished third in time of 75.70 Seconds, while Allen knocked down a pole to finish in 20th place.