Latino Ranking Leader Pedro Veniss of Brazil showed off in the Two Rounds to conclude the CSI5* Stuttgart German Masters penultimate day and finished with 125 World Ranking Points. (Photo © Stuttgart German Masters)
Totaling today 125 FEI Ranking points in Stuttgart, Pedro Veniss knew how to take advantage of his two presentations, after he took second place in the speed class and now accompanied by the 12-year-old mare For Felicila (For Pleasure x Espri) owned by Eurl C. Eole & Sarl C. Epona, winners of the €62,000 Prize of Geze GmbH.
The class disputed by Two Rounds on course designed by German Christa Jung, the Brazilian rider Pedro Veniss made clear his good sports moment by securing this time 80 World Ranking Points, completing his rounds in 41.79 seconds.
For second place Michael Jung of Germany finished in 42.06 seconds with the 8-year-old mare fischerSolution (Carthino Z), while third place was taken by World Number 3 Kevin Staut of France in time of 43.36 seconds next to the 8-year-old gelding Vendome d’anchar HDC (Diamant de Semilly x Allegreto).
The fourth and fifth place were in hands of German riders, being the fourth place for former World Ranking Leader Christian Ahlmann with the 14-year-old stallion Colorit (Coriano x Capitol) in time of 43.23 seconds and fifth Markus Beerbaum with the 9-year-old mare Charmed (Chacco-Blue x Plural) in 43.45 seconds.
Also participated by Latinos Yuri Mansur of Brazil finishing in 18th place with the 10-year-old gelding Inferno (Incolor (old) x Italic Des Salines (SF)) to exceed the time allowed and be penalized with 1 foul in 75.15 seconds.
For the winner Pedro Veniss, his today’s FEI victory represented the number 40th in his professional career.