The winning horse, Recesvinto, was born in Asturias at Cuadra Casa'l Capellan Stud.
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Second place went to Luis Jesús Escobar and Zitana 3. The Asturian rider was trained at the Club Hípico Astur de Gijón and was a member of the Spanish team medalist at the Mediterranean Games in 2009. By just a few hundredths of a second, he missed the trophy, designed by sculptor José de la Riera,
Returning to the Basque riders, this time from Guipuzcoa, Telmo Busca put an end to the competition with a ride that has placed him in third place in the standings. Already with another horse in a previous start he had shown his intentions with a time so far unbeatable. In the end, six riders improved his score, including himself riding CON-QUI-LA.
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