Samuel Parot maintains the Latin Ranking leadership for another month.

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Chilean rider Samuel Parot maintained his leadership of the Latin Ranking, where it has been difficult to reach since July 1, 2016.

Only giving up his lead once by Brazilian Cassio Rivetti three months ago, Parot started the year with 1589 points, thank a good result with a third place in the CSI 3* of the Winter Equestrian Fesival and week 3 of activity, after he got the result in speed class with 11-year-old mare Chantilly (Calvaro x Lys of Darmen).

While Samuel Parot fell back a few steps worldwide and dropped 30 points from last month’s edition, he now extends his lead with Brazil’s Eduardo Menezes, who is up one place, while compatriot Cassio Rivetti was third in the overall standings.

For Menezes maintained the same amount of 1488 points with respect to December, but Rivetti is still in recovery process and it seems that the points are a little distant in the current moments.

The table of the Ranking had very few modifications, maintaining the fourth place Marlon Modolo Zanotelli followed in the fifth by Pedro Veniss both from Brazil, with special mention for Modolo Zanotelli, former leader of the Latin Ranking for more than a year and a half.

For the sixth remained the Mexican Jose Antonio Chedraui and the Colombian Carlos Lopez climbed three places to occupy the seventh, displacing the Mexican Eugenio Garza to the eighth and his fellowmen Santiago Lambre fell two steps to the tenth, while the Brazilian Olympic medalist Rodrigo Pessoa reached the ninth to improve a position.

For the Top 20 classified Patricio Pasquel and Federico Fernandez of Mexico occupy positions 11th and 12th, followed by Yuri Mansur of Brazil maintaining his position 13th, as well as Alberto Michán of Mexico in position 14th and the Venezuelan Emanuel Andrade did the same form in the 15th. They were followed by Antonio Maurer of Mexico in the 16th place, Doda de Miranda from Brazil in 17th, Roberto Terán of Colombia in 18th, Stephan Barcha of Brazil in 19th and Colombian Mark Bluman closing in the 20th place.