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Maxi Wimmer champion in Llay Llay

Llay Llay. Saturday 20 May 2017.

Llay Llay is a town in the San Felipe de Aconcagua Province of central Chile’s Valparaíso Region, less than 100 km from Santiago.

Lots of races were programmed with four international ones both juniors and seniors in the 80 and 120km.

Endurance World Llay Llay. a group appraching the finish.The CEIYJ1* 80km leader after the first loop, Gaspar Mendez (Tabacon GC) had a narrow lead over Catalina Llorens (Filipa) which changed before the end of the second loop as Catalina took command.

Catalina started the 2017 season in Dubai, achieving a satisfying result and back in Chile she put her experience in good use with a convincing win in Llay-Llay.

Second was Joaquin Melero (Melchor) with Francisco Eguiguren Valdes (Obi Wan) finishing third.

Endurance World Llay Llay. A lonely rider.The CEI1* 80km showed a great battle and the margin winner Juan del Canto (Argento) had at the finish on the second place was only a few seconds.

Juan finished the first loop in fourth position and dropped to seventh after the second loop. This showed that the time difference was not so big and riders kept changing positions.

Leader to start the final loop was Orlando Villalobos (Sarraceno) who was executing a perfect race.

Endurance World Llay Llay. A close up picture.But he couldn’t withstand the sheer speed Juan had, with an average of over 25 km/h in that last loop.

Boni Viada de Vivero (MP Nahuel) entered the final loop in third position, and managed to overtake Orlando who also he had no answer for the charge of Juan but claimed silver before Orlando.

Several good horses were entered in the CEIYJ2* 120km although Paula Llorens (RV Sultan) had no problem winning the race leading from the start to never give that position away.

Endurance World Llay Llay. Next to the water.Paulina Berriel (Cepa) was the only contender who could keep some pressure on the winner. After the second loop the gap increased too much and the focus was to bring the horse home in second place.

Third came Luciana Simoncelli (Hidra) after a very controlled race.

Victory in the CEI2* 120km was for the very experienced rider Maxi Wimmer (EO Salma). This combination has a good record together and this race only confirmed the good history they have.

Endurance World Llay Llay. At the start of a loop.Maxi wasn’t leading from the start and had always kept her sight on the first place with the gap with the leader not more than 30 seconds after the second loop. From the third loop, she took control and managed to keep the necessary pace to become champion.

It wasn’t Maxi who ran at the highest speed in the final loop, these honours were for Harken Jensen (La Candelaria Pelo) who left in third position and could reduce the gap but stayed of out of reach of the highest podium place.

Victim of Harken was Agustina Montt (El Pangue Ciromagnum) who left for the final loop in second place but just lost out in the sprint.

Photo credit: fbtphoto Francisco Boetsch Tagle


Llay Llay Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
Llay Llay CEIYJ1* 80km
1stCatalina LlorensCHIFilipa
2ndJoaquin MeleroCHIMelchor
3rdFrancisco Eguiguren ValdesCHIObi Wan
Llay Llay CEI1* 80km
1stJuan del CantoCHIArgento
2ndBoni Viada de ViveroCHIMP Nahuel
3rdOrlando VillalobosCHISarraceno
Llay Llay CEIYJ2* 120km
1stPaula LlorensCHIRV Sultan
2ndPaulina Berriel URUCepa
3rdLuciana Simoncelli ARGHidra
Llay Llay CEI2* 120km
1stMaxi WimmerCHIEO Salma
2ndHarken JensenCHILa Candelaria Pelo
3rdAgustina MonttCHIEl Pangue Ciromagnum
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Maxi Wimmer champion in Llay Llay

Llay Llay. Saturday 20 May 2017.

Llay Llay is a town in the San Felipe de Aconcagua Province of central Chile’s Valparaíso Region, less than 100 km from Santiago.

Lots of races were programmed with four international ones both juniors and seniors in the 80 and 120km.

Endurance World Llay Llay. a group appraching the finish.The CEIYJ1* 80km leader after the first loop, Gaspar Mendez (Tabacon GC) had a narrow lead over Catalina Llorens (Filipa) which changed before the end of the second loop as Catalina took command.

Catalina started the 2017 season in Dubai, achieving a satisfying result and back in Chile she put her experience in good use with a convincing win in Llay-Llay.

Second was Joaquin Melero (Melchor) with Francisco Eguiguren Valdes (Obi Wan) finishing third.

Endurance World Llay Llay. A lonely rider.The CEI1* 80km showed a great battle and the margin winner Juan del Canto (Argento) had at the finish on the second place was only a few seconds.

Juan finished the first loop in fourth position and dropped to seventh after the second loop. This showed that the time difference was not so big and riders kept changing positions.

Leader to start the final loop was Orlando Villalobos (Sarraceno) who was executing a perfect race.

Endurance World Llay Llay. A close up picture.But he couldn’t withstand the sheer speed Juan had, with an average of over 25 km/h in that last loop.

Boni Viada de Vivero (MP Nahuel) entered the final loop in third position, and managed to overtake Orlando who also he had no answer for the charge of Juan but claimed silver before Orlando.

Several good horses were entered in the CEIYJ2* 120km although Paula Llorens (RV Sultan) had no problem winning the race leading from the start to never give that position away.

Endurance World Llay Llay. Next to the water.Paulina Berriel (Cepa) was the only contender who could keep some pressure on the winner. After the second loop the gap increased too much and the focus was to bring the horse home in second place.

Third came Luciana Simoncelli (Hidra) after a very controlled race.

Victory in the CEI2* 120km was for the very experienced rider Maxi Wimmer (EO Salma). This combination has a good record together and this race only confirmed the good history they have.

Endurance World Llay Llay. At the start of a loop.Maxi wasn’t leading from the start and had always kept her sight on the first place with the gap with the leader not more than 30 seconds after the second loop. From the third loop, she took control and managed to keep the necessary pace to become champion.

It wasn’t Maxi who ran at the highest speed in the final loop, these honours were for Harken Jensen (La Candelaria Pelo) who left in third position and could reduce the gap but stayed of out of reach of the highest podium place.

Victim of Harken was Agustina Montt (El Pangue Ciromagnum) who left for the final loop in second place but just lost out in the sprint.

Photo credit: fbtphoto Francisco Boetsch Tagle


Llay Llay Results

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
Llay Llay CEIYJ1* 80km
1stCatalina LlorensCHIFilipa
2ndJoaquin MeleroCHIMelchor
3rdFrancisco Eguiguren ValdesCHIObi Wan
Llay Llay CEI1* 80km
1stJuan del CantoCHIArgento
2ndBoni Viada de ViveroCHIMP Nahuel
3rdOrlando VillalobosCHISarraceno
Llay Llay CEIYJ2* 120km
1stPaula LlorensCHIRV Sultan
2ndPaulina Berriel URUCepa
3rdLuciana Simoncelli ARGHidra
Llay Llay CEI2* 120km
1stMaxi WimmerCHIEO Salma
2ndHarken JensenCHILa Candelaria Pelo
3rdAgustina MonttCHIEl Pangue Ciromagnum
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