The Brazilian Pedro Veniss is strengthened as the main reference of the Latino Ranking with his third month in a row like leader. Carlos López of Colombia goes up to second place. (Photo © Archive)
The Brazilian rider Pedro Veniss is strengthened as the main reference of the Latino Ranking, maintaining for the third month in a row the leadership.
Although it was not a very productive month for Pedro Veniss, where he only had an effective result when he finished third in the CSI3* Opglabbeek at Belgium, his two other good results were two sixth place, but both did not count for his account, where he exhibits 1,970 points and marking as world number 34.
Now with respect to his accumulated last month, Pedro Veniss dropped 25 points and is now escorted by Colombian rider Carlos López, who made a good jump from fifth to second place. With a total of four effective results, Carlos López had two third places and a victory in the CSI5* Valkenswaard to accumulate 1,720 points, although still very distant of the leader.
Other changes that presented the Latino Ranking was Brazilian Yuri Mansur climbs to the third place with 1,685 points obtaining three good results, the former Latino Ranking leader Samuel Parot of Chile lowered two spots to fourth with accumulated of 1,630 points despite a victory in the CSI3* Rockwood at Canada, while another former leader Marlon Modolo Zanotelli of Brazil fell two places to fifth with 1,620 points, having to defend several points in a month where he got up to three wins in the CSI3* Beervelde and CSI5* Valkenswaard.
Mexican Santiago Lambre remained in the same sixth place, but continues to accumulate good results with 1,410 points and Brazilian rider Eduardo Menezes also retained his seventh place more distant with accumulated of 1,242 points.
Patricio Pasquel of Mexico went up two places to eighth with 1,240 points and join the World Top 100 riders, Juan Manuel Luzardo from Uruguay could land down to ninth place, but only 10 points below Pasquel and Brazilian Rodrigo Lambre fell two places until the tenth accumulating 1,205 points.
The Top 20 was completed by Eugenio Garza of Mexico climbing a position until 11th, Emanuel Andrade of Venezuela improved from 15th to 12th, Federico Fernandez of Mexico took a good leap from 18th to 13th followed by Colombian Rene López who maintained his 14th position. For his part, Brazilian Felipe Ramos Guinato improved a place to 15th, Mexican Fernando Martínez fell 3 space from 13th to 16th, Jaime Azcárraga from Mexico remained in 17th, Cassio Rivetti of Brazil fell seven steps until 18th, Nicolás Pizarro of Mexico did not move from 19th and his fellowman Enrique González entered the select Top 20 Latino riders.