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Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde – 11 February 2017

Lots of excitement in Rio Verde.

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde, Chile. Saturday 11 February 2017.

In the region of Patagonia, one of the most southern places in the world, multiple races were scheduled: CEI1* 80km and CEI2* 120km for both juniors and seniors, plus a series of national races at 40, 60, 80 and 120km.

Punta Arenas Club, Rio VerdeA total of 65 combinations showed up, but it was clear that the Chilean riders were more interested in racing in the national events rather than the CEI races.

No entries were registered for the CEIYJ1* 80km and CEI2* 120km in either junior or senior.

Three combinations were entered for the CEI1* 80km, but Milena Mansilla (Patagon) was vetted out after the first loop.
Maite Rodriguez (Sherazac) rode each loop slightly faster than the experienced Mauricio Rogel (Dalia) and took the line honours, but since the horse was not registered with the national federation she was excluded from the official results and Mauricio claimed a victory.
The race was his mare’s debut, and together they reached an average speed of over 20 km/h.

Pablo Cardenas (Ingrata) was the convincing winner in the CEN 40km for juniors, with Milan Kusanovic (Dos Metr) coming second.

The CEN 40km saw success for Jose Luis Cardenas (Zara) who led from the start, and Antonia Kimber (Lluvia) overtook Laura Rosenberg (Sabira) in the second loop to make up the podium standings.

Andres Nicol (Alasio) was the leader for two loops in the CEN 60km for juniors, but in the final loop he had to let Nicolas Gueicha (Palermo) pass, while Bruno Martinez (Polvera) finished third.

The CEN 60km was a very interesting race with many changes in the rankings throughout. Cristian Ojeda (Farouk) was leading at the start of the last loop, but he couldn’t resist the power coming from behind and ended up dropping out of the top five. Diego Rivera (Manantia) started the final loop in fourth position but managed to overtake all in front to cross the finish line with a lead of almost three minutes. Carlos Levet (Alf) gained one place in the final kilometres to finish second in front of Carolina Zambrano (Valerosa).

Punta Arenas Club, Rio VerdeNicolas Lara (Pial) was pushing hard in the juniors’ CEN 80km for the first two loops but then got vetted out. This gave full control to Matias Soto (Pelusa) who maintained a healthy lead over Javiera Sepulveda (Chamame).

In the CEN 80km Paola Goic (Cindy) started the final loop in first position with an advantage of 50 seconds over Lucia Fernandez (Marwan). However, it was Lucia’s horse that had the most power left, catching and overtaking Paola to cross the finish line first.

Mauricio Gallardo (Resbaloza) was the only competitor in the CEN 120km for juniors, staying out of trouble to win his category.

The CEN 120km saw a ‘cat and mouse’ game between Nicolás Luksic (Huracan) and Mario Vega (Pintosa), who constantly swapped the leading position. Mario started first in the third loop, but Nicolás’s horse had extra power to regain the lead for the start of the final loop. Mario placed a late charge but it was Nicolás who won the race after a nail-biting sprint, averaging an overall speed of 20.1 km/h.

 

Photo credit: Francisco Boetsch Tagle


Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEI1* 80 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stMauricio RogelCHIDalia

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 40 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stPablo CardenasCHIIngrata
2ndMilan KusanovicCHIDos Metros

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 40 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stJose Luis CardenasCHIZara
2ndAntonia KimberCHILluvia
3rdLaura RosenbergCHISabira

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 60 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stNicolas GueichaCHIPalermo
2ndAndres NicolCHIAlasio
3rdBruno MartinezCHIPolvora

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 60 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stDiego Rivera CHIManantial
2ndCarlos LevetCHIAlf
3rdCarolina ZambranoCHIValerosa

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 80 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stMatias SotoCHIPelusa
2ndJaviera SepulvedaCHIChamame

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 80 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stLucia FenandezCHIMarwan
2ndPaola GoicCHICindy
3rdAntonio CardenasCHIMaita

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 120 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stMauricio GallardoCHIResbaloza

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 120 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stNicolas LuksicCHIHuracan
2ndMario VegaCHIPintosa
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Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde – 11 February 2017

Lots of excitement in Rio Verde.

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde, Chile. Saturday 11 February 2017.

In the region of Patagonia, one of the most southern places in the world, multiple races were scheduled: CEI1* 80km and CEI2* 120km for both juniors and seniors, plus a series of national races at 40, 60, 80 and 120km.

Punta Arenas Club, Rio VerdeA total of 65 combinations showed up, but it was clear that the Chilean riders were more interested in racing in the national events rather than the CEI races.

No entries were registered for the CEIYJ1* 80km and CEI2* 120km in either junior or senior.

Three combinations were entered for the CEI1* 80km, but Milena Mansilla (Patagon) was vetted out after the first loop.
Maite Rodriguez (Sherazac) rode each loop slightly faster than the experienced Mauricio Rogel (Dalia) and took the line honours, but since the horse was not registered with the national federation she was excluded from the official results and Mauricio claimed a victory.
The race was his mare’s debut, and together they reached an average speed of over 20 km/h.

Pablo Cardenas (Ingrata) was the convincing winner in the CEN 40km for juniors, with Milan Kusanovic (Dos Metr) coming second.

The CEN 40km saw success for Jose Luis Cardenas (Zara) who led from the start, and Antonia Kimber (Lluvia) overtook Laura Rosenberg (Sabira) in the second loop to make up the podium standings.

Andres Nicol (Alasio) was the leader for two loops in the CEN 60km for juniors, but in the final loop he had to let Nicolas Gueicha (Palermo) pass, while Bruno Martinez (Polvera) finished third.

The CEN 60km was a very interesting race with many changes in the rankings throughout. Cristian Ojeda (Farouk) was leading at the start of the last loop, but he couldn’t resist the power coming from behind and ended up dropping out of the top five. Diego Rivera (Manantia) started the final loop in fourth position but managed to overtake all in front to cross the finish line with a lead of almost three minutes. Carlos Levet (Alf) gained one place in the final kilometres to finish second in front of Carolina Zambrano (Valerosa).

Punta Arenas Club, Rio VerdeNicolas Lara (Pial) was pushing hard in the juniors’ CEN 80km for the first two loops but then got vetted out. This gave full control to Matias Soto (Pelusa) who maintained a healthy lead over Javiera Sepulveda (Chamame).

In the CEN 80km Paola Goic (Cindy) started the final loop in first position with an advantage of 50 seconds over Lucia Fernandez (Marwan). However, it was Lucia’s horse that had the most power left, catching and overtaking Paola to cross the finish line first.

Mauricio Gallardo (Resbaloza) was the only competitor in the CEN 120km for juniors, staying out of trouble to win his category.

The CEN 120km saw a ‘cat and mouse’ game between Nicolás Luksic (Huracan) and Mario Vega (Pintosa), who constantly swapped the leading position. Mario started first in the third loop, but Nicolás’s horse had extra power to regain the lead for the start of the final loop. Mario placed a late charge but it was Nicolás who won the race after a nail-biting sprint, averaging an overall speed of 20.1 km/h.

 

Photo credit: Francisco Boetsch Tagle


Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEI1* 80 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stMauricio RogelCHIDalia

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 40 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stPablo CardenasCHIIngrata
2ndMilan KusanovicCHIDos Metros

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 40 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stJose Luis CardenasCHIZara
2ndAntonia KimberCHILluvia
3rdLaura RosenbergCHISabira

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 60 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stNicolas GueichaCHIPalermo
2ndAndres NicolCHIAlasio
3rdBruno MartinezCHIPolvora

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 60 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stDiego Rivera CHIManantial
2ndCarlos LevetCHIAlf
3rdCarolina ZambranoCHIValerosa

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 80 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stMatias SotoCHIPelusa
2ndJaviera SepulvedaCHIChamame

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 80 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stLucia FenandezCHIMarwan
2ndPaola GoicCHICindy
3rdAntonio CardenasCHIMaita

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 120 km junior

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stMauricio GallardoCHIResbaloza

Punta Arenas Club, Rio Verde Results – CEN 120 km

PositionRiderNationalityHorse
1stNicolas LuksicCHIHuracan
2ndMario VegaCHIPintosa

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