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Busy weekend for Brazilian riders at Brasilia Country Club.

Brasilia Country Club, Brasilia – DF, Brazil. Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 October 2017. The club held the final of Copa Chevaux and the Brazilian Championship of CEI1* 80km individuals & teams.  

The races took place during the Conjunto Festival Hípico, an event that gathered endurance, jumping and dressage riders competing at Brasilia Country Club.
The weather played a big factor with temperatures of 33ºC and low humidity, usual in Brasilia during this season with humidity levels below 15%.

Endurance World Brasillia 2 Telmo JoséIn CEI3*160km only Ana Carla Maciel – BRA (Moscou Endurance) finished the race (out of three starters) taking the title and best condition completing the race with an average speed of 16.27km/h. Ana had to reduce the speed due of the warm weather. She was leading the first two loops before Antonio Gomes Neto – BRA (RSC El Zafira) took over the lead, who was unfortunately vetted out after the fifth loop for irregular loop.

In CEI2* 120km race, the champion was Telmo José Gois – BRA (Hanna Del Ret) who was thrilled with his victory after coming from another state to compete with only one groom.
Endurance World Brasilia 3 Fernanda Abreu“With the hot weather it was necessary to have the “feeling” of the horse and to know that it was necessary to hold a little”, commented the champion. Telmo completed the race with an average speed of 16.52km/h. Followed by Fernando Costa – BRA (Commander Rach) and third was for Mariana Damazio – BRA (RSC El Sulltan).

There were only three starters in the CEIJY2* 120km and we saw a convincing victory of Fernanda Abreu – BRA (Pocanhontas HVP), second place went to Rodrigo Barreto – BRA (Taye).

Another important race during the weekend was the CEI1* 80km organised on Sunday and decision maker to know the new Brazilian Champion.

Endurance World Brasilia 3 Fernanda AbreuNewly crowned champion was Dudu Barreto – BRA (RG Kumir) who also took the title of best condition. He finished with an average speed of 17.20 km/h, followed by Paulo Macedo – BRA (RG Kreta), current Brazilian champion CEI2* 120km, and the final podium spot was for Rogério Rodrigues – BRA (Donatelli El Jordam).

In the Young Rider CEI1* 80km competition, the title went to Rodrigo Saliba – BRA (Wild Bill Rach) with a comfortable lead on Alex Lopes – BRA (SA Kaifa) and rounding up the podium was Gabriela Abreu – BRA (Vashyma El Dinar).

Endurance World Brasilia 5 Rodrigo SalibaAll the races accounted for the Brazilian Championship by teams. The members of Rach took the title of best team for free speed, while the team Santa Paulina Levantando Poeira became the Brazilian Champion of limited speed.

With last weekend’s races, Brazil closed the chapter of the 2017 Championship, as well as the Copa Chevaux, national championship that was disputed over four stages and gathered more than 380 registrations, a very impressive number for the sport in Brazil.

Article written with help from: www.chevaux.com.br
Photo credit: João Markun / Chevaux


Brasilia Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
Brasilia. CEI3* 160km
1stAna Carla MacielBRAMoscou Endurance
Brasilia. CEI2* 120km
1stTelmo José GoisBRAHanna Del Ret
2ndFernando CostaBRACommander Rach
3rdMariana DamazioBRARSC El Sulltan
Brasilia. CEIYJ2* 120km
1stFernanda AbreuBRAPocanhontas HVP
2ndRodrigo BarretoBRATaye
Brasilia. CEI1* 80km
1stDudu BarretoBRARG Kumir
2ndPaulo MacedoBRARG Kreta
3rdRogério RodriguesBRADonatelli El Jordam
Brasilia. CEIJY1* 80km
1stRodrigo SalibaBRAWild Bill Rach
2ndAlex LopesBRASA Kaifa
3rdGabriela AbreuBRAVashyma El Dinar
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Busy weekend for Brazilian riders at Brasilia Country Club.

Brasilia Country Club, Brasilia – DF, Brazil. Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 October 2017. The club held the final of Copa Chevaux and the Brazilian Championship of CEI1* 80km individuals & teams.  

The races took place during the Conjunto Festival Hípico, an event that gathered endurance, jumping and dressage riders competing at Brasilia Country Club.
The weather played a big factor with temperatures of 33ºC and low humidity, usual in Brasilia during this season with humidity levels below 15%.

Endurance World Brasillia 2 Telmo JoséIn CEI3*160km only Ana Carla Maciel – BRA (Moscou Endurance) finished the race (out of three starters) taking the title and best condition completing the race with an average speed of 16.27km/h. Ana had to reduce the speed due of the warm weather. She was leading the first two loops before Antonio Gomes Neto – BRA (RSC El Zafira) took over the lead, who was unfortunately vetted out after the fifth loop for irregular loop.

In CEI2* 120km race, the champion was Telmo José Gois – BRA (Hanna Del Ret) who was thrilled with his victory after coming from another state to compete with only one groom.
Endurance World Brasilia 3 Fernanda Abreu“With the hot weather it was necessary to have the “feeling” of the horse and to know that it was necessary to hold a little”, commented the champion. Telmo completed the race with an average speed of 16.52km/h. Followed by Fernando Costa – BRA (Commander Rach) and third was for Mariana Damazio – BRA (RSC El Sulltan).

There were only three starters in the CEIJY2* 120km and we saw a convincing victory of Fernanda Abreu – BRA (Pocanhontas HVP), second place went to Rodrigo Barreto – BRA (Taye).

Another important race during the weekend was the CEI1* 80km organised on Sunday and decision maker to know the new Brazilian Champion.

Endurance World Brasilia 3 Fernanda AbreuNewly crowned champion was Dudu Barreto – BRA (RG Kumir) who also took the title of best condition. He finished with an average speed of 17.20 km/h, followed by Paulo Macedo – BRA (RG Kreta), current Brazilian champion CEI2* 120km, and the final podium spot was for Rogério Rodrigues – BRA (Donatelli El Jordam).

In the Young Rider CEI1* 80km competition, the title went to Rodrigo Saliba – BRA (Wild Bill Rach) with a comfortable lead on Alex Lopes – BRA (SA Kaifa) and rounding up the podium was Gabriela Abreu – BRA (Vashyma El Dinar).

Endurance World Brasilia 5 Rodrigo SalibaAll the races accounted for the Brazilian Championship by teams. The members of Rach took the title of best team for free speed, while the team Santa Paulina Levantando Poeira became the Brazilian Champion of limited speed.

With last weekend’s races, Brazil closed the chapter of the 2017 Championship, as well as the Copa Chevaux, national championship that was disputed over four stages and gathered more than 380 registrations, a very impressive number for the sport in Brazil.

Article written with help from: www.chevaux.com.br
Photo credit: João Markun / Chevaux


Brasilia Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
Brasilia. CEI3* 160km
1stAna Carla MacielBRAMoscou Endurance
Brasilia. CEI2* 120km
1stTelmo José GoisBRAHanna Del Ret
2ndFernando CostaBRACommander Rach
3rdMariana DamazioBRARSC El Sulltan
Brasilia. CEIYJ2* 120km
1stFernanda AbreuBRAPocanhontas HVP
2ndRodrigo BarretoBRATaye
Brasilia. CEI1* 80km
1stDudu BarretoBRARG Kumir
2ndPaulo MacedoBRARG Kreta
3rdRogério RodriguesBRADonatelli El Jordam
Brasilia. CEIJY1* 80km
1stRodrigo SalibaBRAWild Bill Rach
2ndAlex LopesBRASA Kaifa
3rdGabriela AbreuBRAVashyma El Dinar
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