Samuel Parot returns to the leadership of the Latin Ranking.

With three good results in California and Las Vegas including a victory the Chilean Samuel Parot returns to the leadership of the Latin Ranking, displacing the Brazilian Cassio Rivetti of the first. (Photo © ManciniPhotos)


The Chilean Samuel Parot returned to the leadership of the Latin Ranking gaining a 56-point lead over Brazilian Cassio Rivetti, now second overall in the region, among the best equestrian jumping riders.

With four results during November month, Parot managed to climb to the highest step, after he commanded the Ranking for 4 months in a row, where he had been displaced by the newly incorporated Brazilian rider Cassio Rivetti.

Having achieved two solid results in the CSI 4* HITS Thermal series in California, finishing second and fourth with Atlantis represented a total of 105 points, being the fourth place in the Grand Prix that more points give him, while on leaving in the CSI 4*-W at Las Vegas, by winning the speed class that gave him 50 World Ranking points in his month’s account.

In the case of Rivetti who came for several years representing Ukraine, jumped in his second month of incursion in the Latin Ranking to the leadership, but only lasted a month like a leader, being displaced by the Chilean who precisely commanded until the arrival of Cassio, who now sees losing his advantage to be even out of action for an injury.

The strong Brazilian protagonism stayed until the fourth place with Eduardo Menezes and Marlon Modolo Zanoteli maintaining good results, including victory and second place in Las Vegas for Menezes and triumph in the Grand Prix of Opglabbeek for Zanotelli.

The Top-10 contenders held Mexican Jose A. Chedraui in the fifth, followed by Colombian Daniel Bluman who recovered place by climbing to that position, seventh Brazilian Pedro Veniss, escorted by the Mexican duo of Santiago Lambre and Eugenio Garza in the eighth and ninth place each, closing Rodrigo Pessoa from Brazil in another important climb of positions in the Ranking.

Following the Mexican Federico Fernandez and Alberto Michan in positions 11th and 12th, Brazilian Yuri Manzur managed to climb to 13th place, escorted by the Venezuelan Emanuel Andrade who also climbs to 14th place, while Mexican Patricio Pasquel remained at 15th. Colombian Carlos Lopez was down to 16th, Antonio Maurer was up for Mexico to the 17th position, followed by Brazil’s Doda de Miranda and Stephan Barcha and closing Colombian Roberto Teran in 20th place how descended several rungs.