Madrid in Motion straight to the GC Playoffs final

The objective was clear, to remain among the top four positions in the ranking, and as usual, the team sponsored by Massimo Dutti and Marqués de Riscal has passed the exam.

The objective was clear, to remain among the top four positions in the ranking, and as usual, the team sponsored by Massimo Dutti and Marqués de Riscal has passed the exam.

This weekend the city of skyscrapers is celebrating the last appointment of the Global Champions League calendar, a special event for two reasons. In the first place because it opens as a venue in the most important league in the world, and secondly, because it becomes the decisive event for the 16 teams.

On Friday, September 27, took place the first qualifier and Madrid in Motion did not end with too much good feeling. Despite the clear round of Maikel Van der Vleuten and the young Beauville Z, the Irish Michael G Duffy and his grey Lapuccino 2 put two poles down, bringing the team a penalty of 8 points before facing the second round.

But yesterday, the luck wanted to be on their side and a fall - without consequences for rider and horse - of the Swedish Peder Fredricson in the vertical planks, automatically left out the Shanghai Swans, one of the strong rivals that shakes the goal of Madrid in Motion.

Today, Saturday, 28th of September at 12:30 p.m. local time, the last qualifier of this season kicked off. On this occasion, Madrid in Motion opted for its two most experienced riders, Maikel Van der Vleuten and Eduardo Álvarez Aznar, yesterday second in the 1.45m class with his horse F.

Two poles for Seringat moved the team away from the top positions, placing it in ninth position. But there were points to add to the final ranking, and enough to climb to the podium in the third place of the 2019 GCL podium. Ahead of the London Knights and the St Tropez Pirates.

Now it's time to rest and prepare the GC Playoffs a competition the team will strongly defend as good holders of the 2018 Champions title. Madrid in Motion is always an unknown. The appointment, on 24th of November in Prague.

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