Brazilian Jose Roberto Reynoso and Galip won their Winter Equestrian Festival make a big appearance in the $130,000 Horseware Ireland Grand Prix CSI3.
Reynoso and Belgian Warmblood, 11-year-old gelding won the six-rider jump off in 35.57 seconds last Saturday night at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.
Reynoso, a 2012 Olympian, purchased his mount only six months back. The match has been appearing at WEF for a month. I am outrageously glad, Reynoso said. It resembles a fantasy to be here and to originate from Brazil and win something great like this great Prix. Against a bounce off field with a blend of veterans and youthful riders, Reynoso was deceivingly quick. He was the main rider to go under 36 seconds on the tight, quick course. Four of the six riders went clear.
Veteran rider and U.S. Olympian Kent Farrington and Dutch Warmblood, 10-year-old gelding Creedence was second in 36.23. I realised that Kent is a truly quick rider, I simply attempted to be quicker, Reynoso said. Since I purchased Galip, he has recently been improving and better. Today, he was quite recently astonishing.
Reynoso said he needed to come to Wellington without precedent for his profession to go up against the vast majority of the world’s top riders. I came on account of fantasy, Reynoso said. I did everything in Brazil that I could do. I simply needed to take a stab at something new. I might want to be here with a decent proprietor and get more stallions since I truly like it here.
Farrington skipped back after a tumble from Creedence in a week ago’s fantastic Prix. This was recuperation, Farrington said with a grin. I got tossed on my head a week ago, so that was not perfect. I thought he hopped awesome today around evening time.
Youthful American rider Eve Jobs, 19, and her new mount, Tiny Toon Semilly, a 10-year-old Selle Francais gelding, were third in 37.80 in her Saturday Night Lights make a big appearance. Jobs, the little girl generally Apple fellow benefactor Steve Jobs, was likewise displayed the Leading Lady Rider Award for Week 10. I purchased this steed about a month and a half prior and immediately I clicked with him, Eve Jobs said. This was the greatest we have bounced, and I couldn’t be more joyful. He bounced stunning.
On Sunday, American Laura Chapot completed first and second with various steeds in the $35,000 Suncast 1.50-meter Jumper Classic. Chapot won with her long-lasting accomplice Quointreau Un Prince in 34.79 seconds and was second with Thornhill Kate in 35.88 in a six-rider hop off.
The 12-week WEF circuit, which is granting more than $9 million in prize cash, goes through April 2, from Wednesdays through Sundays.