Santiago Lambre and Rahmannshof Before won in Oliva. Photo (c) Sportfot.
The Mexican rider Santiago Lambre got today in the contest Oliva Nova in Valencia, Spain another victory in this 2015 season to establish itself as the best representative of his country in the equestrian world.
Occupying the position 130 in the world at the present time, Lambre led the 9 years old Rahmannshof Before (Tenerife VDL x Matterhorn) to its first victory in FEI competition, but fourth for the mexican and tenth in those lides totaling loaded this season great results. After 65 pairs started to play the Grand Prix handed out 30,000 Euros, Santiago set the fastest time in the jump-off with 39.46 seconds, to advantage for more than 2 seconds ahead of his closest rival, which ultimately allowed l added 50 World Ranking points and 7,500 Euros for first place.
The second place went to Britain’s Tim Stockdale and Fleur de L’Aube (Thunder go Zuuthoeve x Alcatraz) with the second double clear in 41.61 seconds, followed in third by Constant van Paesschen of Belgium, presenting with the 14 years old horses Ralph Utopia Ransbeck, owned by Jill Monfort stopping the clock at 41.99 seconds.
Top Five Grand Pix were also clean with individual courts without demolitions as they were in fourth place by Russia Vladimir Tuganov and Bluebuster (Mr. Blue x Fleur Du Manoir) recording 42.53 seconds, for the fifth the Amazon British Chloe Aston and Merqusio (Cicero x Flamenco Desemilly) who completed their court in time 42.53 seconds.
The Latin delegation was led by Santiago Lambre, he continued with two Brazilian representative outside the points in positions 21 and 22, as were Katty King and Luiz Francisco de Azevedo, as the group closed another Mexican rider in box 33 as was Andres Diaz Muñoz with a total of 6 fouls.