Santiago Lambre of Mexico and his mare Doloris were perfect at the opening of the 2017 Tryon Fall 6 CSI3*, beating American rider Eve Jobs. (Photo © Sportfot)
Mexican rider Santiago Lambre continued his torrid journey for victory, adding a new conquest at the beginning of 2017 Tryon Fall 6 CSI 3*.
Accompanied by his 9-year-old mare Doloris (Farley VDL x Colinda D), Santiago Lambre of Mexico took a new victory in this productive 2017, after getting his pass to the jump-off and mark the best time in 37.64 seconds, representing the first of four double clear rounds that culminated the $35,000 Welcome Stake 1.50m presented by Suncast Commercial.
In this opportunity the course design was of American Anthony D’Ambrosio, where 56 pairs encouraged the class, but only 8 riders returned to the jump-off with the best Latino Ranking’s representative Santiago Lambre, adding his fourth October’s FEI victory and assured 50 World Ranking Points with his today’s performance.
For second place Eve Jobs from the United States of America got another interesting showing this year, undoubtedly becoming her revelation year by securing 45 World Ranking Points with the 10-year-old gelding Charleville (Quasimodo Z x Lancelot) and recording a time of 38.98 seconds.
The double clear round extended to fourth place with the American rider Taylor Land occupying the third place with the 17-year-old stallion For Edition (Forsyth FRH x Leggiero) in 39.17 seconds and his countryman Peter Wylde accompanied by the 8-year-old mare Canamera 2 (Clarito x Carthago) did it in 39.95 seconds.
The Latino Ranking delegation had the main role of the Mexican riders, where Santiago Lambre not only took the first place, but also occupied the sixth position, while Eugenio Garza with the 9-year-old stallion Armani SL Z (Asca Z x Cumano) finished eighth, closing the jump-off round with 12 fouls in 43.18 seconds. Likewise the Argentine rider Gustavo Prato with the 12-year-old mare Carna Z (Crown Z x Grannus) stayed within the points in 15th place and 4 fouls regular round in 74.00 seconds.
By the Latinos were out of the points Emanuel Andrade of Venezuela occupying the 23rd place with the 12-year-old stallion Ricore Courcelle (Quaprice Bois Margot x Alme) totalizing 5 faults, Luis Pedro Biraben of Argentina followed him at 25th with the 8-year-old gelding Colorado 210 (Crowns x Lenardo) in 8 fouls, the Chilean Samuel Parot with the 9-year-old gelding Dazzle White (Calvino Z x Narcos II) finished 28th, Juan Ortiz from Venezuela in 38th box accumulated 12 fouls with the 11-year-old gelding Gaverdi Z (Clipper van de Begijnakker x Vas and Done Longane), while the Argentine Stefano Baruzzo and Venezuelan Daniela Stransky were eliminated.