Samuel Parot does not release the leadership of Latino Ranking.

Samuel Parot of Chile maintained another month his leadership, increasing or great dominion like the best Latin American rider of the show jumping. (Photo © Taylor Pence Photography)

 

The Chilean Samuel Parot does not cease to amaze, consolidating himself as the best Latin American rider of the show jumping, maintaining for another month his leadership, where he already adds 10 of last 11 months as the main reference of Latino Ranking.

Adding 3 victories in May, Samuel Parot completed in 1730 points the period in a ranking that since its inception has had three great protagonists, such as Alvaro de Miranda, Marlon Modolo Zanotelli both from Brazil and with more than one year boasting each one the lead, but now Samuel Parot has left no space for anyone since his arrival, except for one month that yielded to Brazilian Cassio Rivetti.

Parot’s results highlighted the three victories with CSI2* Tryon Grand Prix and then in speed class, displayed at Lexington for the CSI3* Kentucky Horse Show and CSI3* Split Rock Jumping Tour weeks.

Several interesting movements were seen in the Latino Ranking, with Pedro Veniss of Brazil climbing to second place accumulating 1637 points to be 97 points behind, but made 345 points in their different results, highlighting the victory in the CS5* Grand Prix of Versailles. His fellowman and former leader of the ranking Marlon Modolo Zanotelli remained in the third place at a greater distance, totaling 1434 points.

They followed for the Top 10 Carlos López of Colombia down two spots, followed by the Brazilians Eduardo Menezes and Yuri Mansur climbing one place each, while Cassio Rivetti lowered two space until the seventh. Santiago Lambre of Mexico climbed to the eighth from 11th position, keeping his places Patricio Pasquel of Mexico in the ninth and Rodrigo Lambre of Brazil was tenth.

Completed the Top 20 Mexican Eugenio Garza backing three steps, fellowman Antonio Maurer was 12th and Venezuelan Emanuel Andrade 13th, both up one place, Juan Manuel Luzardo of Uruguay was down two places, Jose A. Chedraui improved two positions, Alberto Michán fall one post, Felipe Ramos Guinato also dropped one place, John Perez improved to 18th, Rene Lopez entered the select group in 19th and Federico Fernandez was back to 20th.