Exciting second day at the LGCT GNP Mexico Jumping. The Belgian rider Pieter Devos has raised the public in Campo Marte by winning the Banorte Trophy, riding “Clair Z”.
Exciting second day at the LGCT GNP Mexico Jumping. The Belgian rider Pieter Devos has raised the public in Campo Marte by winning the Banorte Trophy, riding “Clair Z”. Twelve have been the pairs that have passed to the jump off but the victory had to wait until the end, Beezie Madden was leading the class until Devos, who jump the last one, flew in the jump off and took the lead. Peder Fredricson, current number three in the Longines Ranking FEI, completed the list of winners being in third position with ” Zacramento “, new horse in his stables.
As is usual at the LGCT GNP Mexico Jumping, the public has been exceptional by supporting all the riders. Scott Brash and Ben Maher, both gold medal by teams at the London 2012 Olympic Games, took the podium in the GNP Trophy, finishing first and second respectively. This is an impressive record for Scott Brash here in Mexico, he has won every year one class of the CSI5*.
The Brazilian rider Rodrigo Lambre was the undisputed winner of the Slora Trophy of CSI2 * – 1.45m. This pair is reaping multiple victories in international competitions.
The CDMX Trophy for Mexico. The young rider Andrés Díaz played the Mexican anthem with his victory in the CDMX Trophy of CSI2 * – 1.35m.
Another brilliant day ends at Campo Marte facilities, which will be witnesses tomorrow of the second qualifier of the Global Champions League and the LGCT Grand Prix GNP Mexico Jumping.