Laura Renwick unbeatable at the Costa del Sol Tour.

British Laura Renwick finished with all the aspirations of the CSI2* Costa del Sol Tour – Mijas, now winning the €24,600 Master 1.45m GP. (Photo © Costa del Sol Tour)


British rider Laura Renwick completed a perfect week at the CSI2* Mijas – Costa del Sol Equestrian Tour, by winning the two FEI events.

Arriving inspired after several encouraging and full of triumphs at the Vilamoura Champions Tour 2017, today Laura Renwick showing her great sports moment, sweeps unbeatable with the two FEI events, including the €24,600 Master 1.45m Grand Prix.

Appearing on course designed by Klaus-Wilhelm Holle with the 11-year-old gelding Bintang II (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Orlando), Laura Renwick achieved a perfect jump-off round in 45.16 seconds, securing 50 World Ranking Points in what undoubtedly have been two months for the memory.

Marking a lead greater than 2 seconds by Laura Renwick, the second place was Spanish Santiago Nuñez with 15-year-old stallion Vidar (Concorde x Epilot) in time of 47.89 seconds, while the best representative of the Latino Ranking Sergio Neuppmann of Brazil took third place with the 10-year-old mare Chicca Blue (Chacco-Blue x Carthago) in 49.95 seconds, with which the South American rider took 40 World Ranking Points.

Completed the Top 5 Rikke Belinda Barker of Denmark in fourth place with a time of 50.97 seconds as the last double clear round along with the 11-year-old mare Quita Blue (Chacco-Blue x Quattro). On the other hand Doron Kuipers of Holland said goodbye in fifth place with the fastest round in 44.67 seconds plus 4 fouls with the 13-year-old gelding Zucces (Gerlinus x Kenwood).

Returning to the Latino Ranking and excellent presentation for Sergio Neuppmann, the also Brazilian Joao Victor Castro finished within the points in 11th place accumulating 4 fouls in the regular round with the 11-year-old gelding Quentin PJ (Quidam de Revel x Escudo ) and Colombian rider Mauricio Ruiz did the same in 16th place with the 9-year-old stallion Dakota (Stakkato x Wolkenstein). Out of the points culminated Dayro Arroyave of Colombia in the 28th place, when registering a field of 12 faults with the 9-year-old gelding Uppercut Libellule (Jarnac x ​​Papillon Rouge).

There was also participation by Pan American Ranking the American riders Taylor Alexander finished 25th and Julie Welles retired.


Final Results