Samuel Parot secured in the leadership of the Latin Ranking.

With a comfortable advantage of more than 200 points before the Brazilian Marlon Modolo Zanotelli, Parot extends since July 2016 his reign as the best rider in the Latin American region. (Photo © Archive)


Samuel Parot of Chile again maintained great dominion as the best rider of the region, when completing a total of 1675 points, that consolidate him leader of the Latin Ranking.

With a total of 6 effective results in February, Parot extended his lead by more than 200 points on Brazilian Marlon Modolo Zanotelli, who climbed from fourth to second position while his fellowmen Eduardo Menezes and Cassio Rivetti lost place in the standings .

At this time Atlantis (Andiamo x Royal Bravour L) his great ally, of the 6 results, 4 arrived with the 14-year-old gelding, contributing 195 points of the 325 that he added in the month, but his best result was the victory with Quick du Pottier (Hurlevent de Breka x Cuba) in the CSI 5* Suncast in Wellington.

In the case of Móldolo Zanotelli obtained 4 effective results including two second places and a one third, who at the moment approach him to the leadership that for more than a year and a half had in his power, but Parot did not release the first position of the table from July of the last year.

Others that climbed the table were the Brazilian Pedro Veniss from fifth to third, Mexican José Antonio Chedraui from sixth to fourth and Colombian Carlos Lopez also with two positions moved to fifth from the seventh place. For other side Cassio Rivetti lowered three positions to the sixth and five rungs for Eduardo Menezes that fell from the second to the seventh place.

In the group of the Top 10 Patricio Pasquel of Mexico increased three positions until the eighth, his fellowmen Eugenio Garza lowered a place to be ninth and Rodrigo Pessoa of Brazil also backed one position until the tenth.

For the Top 20 classified Yuri Mansur of Brazil now ranks 11th, Mexicans Santiago Lambre 12th, followed by Alberto Michan in 13th and Federico Fernandez 14th. Emanuel Andrade of Venezuela remained in the 15th position, as did the Mexican Antonio Maurer of 16th, but the last four places had new members with Brazilians Rodrigo Lambre and Felipe Ramos Guinato in 17th and 18th, Mexican Juan Jose Zendejas in 19th place, closing the Colombian John Perez in the 20th position.