The Brazilian rider Pedro Veniss maintains his clear dominion in the Latino Ranking, being the main reference of the region by fourth consecutive month. (Photo © Archive)
Brazilian rider Pedro Veniss maintained the Latino Ranking leadership for fourth month in a row, accumulating 1,950 points to date.
Although at the Longines FEI World Ranking level Pedro Veniss dropped 20 points and two positions until 36, today the Brazilian Olympic member team remained the main reference of the Latino Ranking, being able to appear in 5 of its 8 FEI events realized during the period.
Finishing to score points in each of the positions from fifth to firs placet, his two best results were a second place in the CSI5* Spruce Meadows Masters and a fifth place in the CSI5* Longines Cup in Barcelona, both alongside the 13-year-old stallion Quabri de L’Isle (Kannan x Socrate de Chivre), while his victory was at CSI3* Bonheiden in Belgium.
In short Pedro Veniss added 270 points this month, being now escorted by his countryman Yuri Mansur who displaced Carlos Lopez of Colombia to the third place, completing a formidable month that even allowed him to make a jump from the 52nd to 44th world ranking positions, accumulating for the date 1,770 points.
Carlos Lopez is 5 points below than the Brazilian Yuri Mansur, where we will be watching carefully this month to see what change will suffer for the next measure in November.
The Top 10 Latino was completed by Marlon Modolo Zanotelli of Brazil who climbed two spots to fourth place, the same luck that ran another former Latino Ranking Leader Samuel Parot of Chile, but inversely as two places fell to the top fifth and Santiago Lambre of Mexico kept another month in sixth place. Good jump the one obtained by the Uruguayan rider Juan Manuel Luzardo, passing from the ninth to seventh place with a significant victory in the CSI5* Saugerties at New York and managing to enter the select group of the world’s 100 best in 98th place. Continued in the order Rodrigo Lambre from Brazil climbing two places, his fellowman Eduardo Menezes drop from seventh to ninth and also lost two places Patricio Pasquel of Mexico to the tenth.
For Top 20 Latino group the young Venezuelan rider Emanuel Andrade was up one place until the 11th with two second places in Ohio, Mexican Fernando Martinez also managed to climb one place to 12th, Dayro Arroyave of Colombia entered to the best 20 ranks 13th, accumulating a pair of victories in Belgium, Federico Fernandez from Mexico was down one place, Rene Lopez was down one place too until 15th, Brazil’s Cassio Rivetti was recovering from the 18th to 16th, his countryman Felipe Ramos Guinato backed two places until 17th, Mexican Eugenio Garza fell from 11th to 18th, Nicolas Pizarro also from Mexico keep in the same 19th position and his compatriot Jaime Azcarraga drop from 17th to 20th.