Laura Renwick of Great Britain returned to the path of triumph at CSI3* Vilamoura by showing the way in speed class. (Photo © shot-photos.com)
Briton Laura Renwick returned to winning streak at CSI3* Vilamoura, dominating the speed class in impressive course.
With the participation of 76 pairs on course designed by Italian Elio Travagliati, the British rider Laura Renwick demonstrated her good moment on Portuguese soil and added a new triumph by stopping the clock in 63.92 seconds with her 9-year-old mare Mhs Washington (Obos Quality x Cavalier Royale).
The result allowed Laura Renwick to add 50 World Ranking Points and €6,150 as part of first prize, followed by fast Dutch rider Lisa Vooren in second place completing her course in 64.94 seconds with 10-year-old gelding Hocus Pocus de Muze (Tinka’s Boy x For Pleasure), third place for Irma Karlsson of Sweden accompanied by the 15-year-old mare Balahe (Baloubet du Rouet x Flamingo) in 66.554 seconds, the Dutchman Get Jan Bruggink was fourth with the 9-year-old gelding Caspar 26 (Calato x Marome NW) in 67.64 seconds and British rider Jessica Mendoza finished fifth with the 10-year-old gelding Horst van de Mispelaere (Wandor van de Mispelaere x Polydor) in 67.80 seconds.
Going to the Latino Ranking the best located and managing to finish within the points was Sergio Neuppmann Junior of Brazil with the 10-year-old mare Chicca Blue (Chacco-Blue x Carthago) occupying the 15th position and out of points was Mauricio Ruiz from Colombia in 37th place in a field of 4 fouls with 9-year-old gelding Noble Calippo (Empire x Fortus Hästak), Brazilians Felipe Ramos Guinato with the 8-year-old stallion Vuduciel Un Prince (Clinton x Quidam de Revel) in 38th and Adir Abreu Junior with 9-year-old gelding Andreas Spb Z (Air Jordan Z x Lan Daris) was 41st, Bernardo Naveillan of Chile in 49th place with 7 fouls alongside the 8-year-old mare Voisine de Normandie (Notrestar Dela Nutria x Kannan*Gfe) and Jose Alfredo Hernández Ortega of Mexico accumulated 17 fouls in 71st place with the 8-year-old stallion Grupo Prom Jivaro (Nonstop x Toulon).