New victory for Brazilian rider Pedro Muylaert when winning the Grand Prix at Belgium surpassing by 5 hundredths of second to British rider Guy Williams. Mark Bluman of Colombia fifth. (Photo © Archive / Gabriela Lutz)
Again Brazilian rider Pedro Muylaert showed his great progress, now in European ground, when he take the victory at CSI 3* Grand Prix Spring Tour of Lummen, Belgium, credited 50 World Ranking points.
Featuring Mfs Sport Horses Llc’s 10-year-old gelding Chacote (Chacco-Blue x Quick Star), Pedro Muylaert recorded a time of 35.13 seconds in his jump-off round, beating British Guy Williams in a close match was 5 hundredths of a second slower to stay in second place with 12-year-old stallion Rouge de Ravel (Ultimo van te Moude x Quouglof Rouge).
The class which was made up of 44 pairs for the Grand Prix, followed to Muylaert and Williams a total of 11 classified riders to jump-off, occupying third place Aniek Poels of Netherland with mare 12-year-old Athene (Berlin x Numero Uno) registering 36.72 seconds and last double clear round in fourth place was Irish Dermott Lennon next to 12-year-old mare Fleur IV (Chatman x Darco).
With respect to Latino Ranking led by winner, Colombia’s Mark Bluman stopped the chlock in 33.60 seconds to be the fastest of tiebreaker, but downed a pole with 10-year-old stallion Wildfire (Quidam de Revel) to finish fifth and earn 30 World Rankings points, while Cassio Rivetti of Brazil was out of points in 26th place with 9-year-old stallion Ulahop Bay (Lamn de Fetan x Kannan) in course of 4 fouls for regular round.