Pedro Veniss Latino Ranking Leader for fifth month in a row.

Brazilian rider Pedro Veniss further strengthened his position as the main figure of the Latino Ranking, staying with the leader for fifth month in a row. (Photo © Archive)

 

The Pan-American gold medalist and member of the Brazilian Olympic team Pedro Veniss remained for the fifth month in a row as Latino Ranking Leader.

Proving his internationally progress and not only become the main Brazilian show jumping reference, today Pedro Veniss managed to maintain his leadership as the main Latin American figure by totaling 1,955 points.

Achieving even two places in the World Ranking from 36th to 34th, Pedro Veniss completed a solid October’s good results, reaching up to three valid results for the sum with a seventh place in the CSI5* Verona and two third place in the CSI2* Oliva, accumulating 125 points and increasing 5 points at the rate of last month.

Several movements had the Latino Ranking for this measurement with closed fight for the second to fourth place, rising a position the Colombian rider Carlos Lopez and two positions for the former Latino Ranking leader Marlon Modulo Zanotelli, who comes approaching dangerously and ties in the second place with Lopez.

Totalizing both riders 1,725 ​​points in second place, Carlos López did not achieve effective results in October, but his drop was not as marked as that suffered by Yuri Mansur, while Marlon Modolo Zanotelli completed a productive month with a second and a third place in the CSI5*-W Helsinki, which also allowed him to climb 7 box in the World Ranking. On the other hand Yuri Mansur went down from the second to fourth place with 1,710 points.

The Latino Top-10 finished was the former Latino Ranking leader Samuel Parot of Chile keeping his fifth place, Mexican Santiago Lambre strengthens as sixth for several consecutive months, Rodrigo Lambre of Brazil climbed one place to seventh, Juan Manuel Luzardo stepped back one place until the eighth, Mexican Patricio Pasquel raised a place and Brazilian Eduardo Menezes fell to tenth.

For the Top 20 were Emanuel Andrade from Venezuela climbing 14 places in the World Ranking, but keeping his same position among Latinos last month, Jaime Azcárraga from Mexico gave one of the biggest jumps with 8 positions going up from 20th to 12th, also Mexican Eugenio Garza recovered in 5 places until the 13th, Cassio Rivetti of Brazil improved from 16th to 14th, Fernando Martinez of Mexico fell 3 steps to place 15th, Felipe Ramos Guinato of Brazil rose one place to 16th, Colombians Dayro Arroyave and Rene Lopez dropped from 13th to 17th Arroyave and from 15th to 18th for Lopez, Mexican Alberto Michán returned to the best 20 Latinos with his 19th position and his fellowman Nicolás Pizarro fell back one position until 20th.