British rider Laura Renwick continued her unbeatable pace in Portugal, adding a new victory at €24,600 CSI3* Two Phases 1.45m. Bernardo Naveillan of Chile finished in second place. (Photo © shot-photos.com)
The British rider Laura Renwick continued its sweeping pace and remained practically unbeatable in the CSI3* Vilamoura added a new victory.
An extensive class with 95 pairs on course designed by Italian Elio Travagliati, marked the second day of fourth week in the Vilamoura Champions Tour 2017, where there was a unique protagonist with the World Number 88 British Laura Renwick.
This time the €24,600 CSI3* Two Phases 1.45m was completed by the first 24 riders their two phases clears led by Laura Renwick and her 11-year-old gelding Bintang II (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Orlando), stopping the clock in 25.50 seconds to earn 50 World Ranking Points.
For the Latino Ranking had a very outstanding performance the Chilean rider Bernardo Naveillan with the 8-year-old mare Voisine de Normandie (Notrestar Dela Nutria x Kannan *Gfe) owned by Mme Francesca Coin, marking a time of 25.95 seconds and finishing in second place being credited 45 World Ranking Points to be next to the winner, the only riders who managed to lower the barrier of 26 seconds in second phases.
Completed the top five ranked Italian Juan Carlos Garcia in third place accompanied by 16-year-old gelding Bonzai van de Warande (Nonstop x Feinschitt I van de Richter) in 26.35 seconds, while a draw was in fourth place with Jeremy Sweetnam of Ireland next to 10-year-old gelding Sir Landal Joter (Singular Joter x Landadel) and British rider Harry Charles with his 10-year-old gelding Controe (Wender R x Iroko), both scoring the same time of 27.16 seconds.
The Latinos who had the mean figure of Chilean Bernardo Naveillan, repeated with his second horse in the seventh place marking a time of 27.39 seconds accompanied by the 8-year-old mare Daisy du Grand Moustier (Quaser de l’Ile x Fiji du Fleury). Out of the points were Luiz Felipe de Azevedo Filho in 27th place with the 12-year-old gelding Chaccomo (Chacco-Blue x Contender), also Brazilian Felipe Ramos Guinato 33rd with the 8-year-old stallion Vasco de Gamas (Nartago x Thurin), Mauricio Ruiz of Colombia in 46th place alongside the 9-year-old gelding Noble Calippo (Empire x Fortus Hästak), completing three Brazilian riders with Joao Victor Castro in 50th position, Adir bareu Junior 52nd and Paulo Stewart 81st.