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Álvaro González de Zarate wins the Dunas de Barbate Trophy with ‘Casa Diva PS’

This top Spanish rider came top in a very competitive, 11 horse jump off

The Spanish anthem sang out across Montenmedio today thanks to Álvaro González de Zárate who delighted the local crowds with a super jump off, clear in 38.96 with the nine year old mare,  ‘Casa Diva PS’, who is by ‘Casallco’ and owned by Heras Horses And Events and  Yeguada Valbanera SL.


The jump off was very competitive with 11 top riders taking part and the Turkish rider, Derin Demirsoy was clearly delighted with his round on the lovely ‘Empire EH Z’ (‘Emerald’ x ‘Darco’) which took them into second place. Ellen Whitaker also had a really fast round and took third place with  ‘Conshira Blue PS’ (‘Conthargos’ x ‘Chacco Blue’).  Irish rider, Jessica Burke was fourth with ‘Inpulss’ (‘Dallas’ x ‘Labor’s VDL Indorado’) and the Belgian rider, Olivier Philippaerts with ‘Poppemieke JW Van De Moerhoeve’ (‘Vigo D’Arsouilles’ x ‘Diamant de Semilly’) was fifth.


In the other Ranking class, the Big Tour 1.50, it was time for top Irish rider, Richard Howley to step up to the mark with ‘Mansini LTD’ (‘Caressini L’ x ‘Marramas’). This he did in style,  taking the top place from the very fast British rider, Nicole Lockhead Anderson with ‘Madagascar Dwerse Hagen’ (‘Va-Vite’ x ‘Diabeau’).  In third was Spanish, Jesús Garmendia Echevarría with ‘Callias’ (‘Companiero’ x ‘Casco’);  fourth was Irish, Billy Twomey with ‘Diego del Caribe’ (‘Kannan’ x ‘Quidam de Revel’) and in fifth was Spanish, Armando Trapote with ‘Tornado VS’ (‘Toulon’ x ‘Contender’).


Brazilian, Pedro Veniss and ‘Duelante 3K’ were the winners in the Medium Tour 1.50, and second was the Portuguese rider, Ricardo Gil Santos with ‘First Diamond AG’;  third was British, Matthew Sampson with ‘Kamal’;  fourth, Brazilian, Pedro Junqueira with ‘Edora D’Helby’  and fifth was Spanish,  Eduardo Álvarez Aznar with ‘Fleur Des Joanins’.


Brazilian riders also took the top two places in the Medium Tour 1.40, with Pedro Junqueira and ‘Iceberg Sitte’ on top of the podium and Pedro Veniss in second with ‘Chesterfield Z’.  New Zealand rider, Bruce Goodin and ‘Harvey’ were third:  Derin Demirsoy was fourth with ‘Faline Des Chaines’ and in fifth was ‘Irish, Emily Turkington with ‘Diwali de Runya.


British Jude Burgess and ‘Tina HP’ were the winners of the Small Tour 1.40.  Second was Brazilian, Filippo Ferrantelli with ‘Highbloo Des Marronniers’;  third was Dutch rider, Melvin Greveling with ‘Fandango de Semilly’;  fourth, Spanish, Chantal Fernández Sáez with ‘Bubalu’ and fifth, Brazilian,  Felipe Guinato with ‘Chiron RC’.


The Indian rider, Maryk Sahney was the winner of the Big Tour 1.35 class with ‘Cashtender’.  British, Laura Mantel with ‘Arizona D’Ive Z’ was the winner of Medium Tour 1.30  and another British rider, Summer Tanner with ‘Billy Colman’ won the  Small Tour 1.30.


The CSI1* results: Irish,  Robyn Mcowan with ‘Enji Du Barquet’ and British rider, Harriet Thompson with ‘Heros Chin de Litrange III’ were the winners of the 1.25 and the 1.10 respectively.


The XXX Andalucía Sunshine Tour, is sponsored by the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sports of the Government of Andalucía, through Tourism and Sports of Andalucía.  Tomorrow we come to the end of this year’s Tour with five Invitational classes.  The Invitational GP is a qualifier for the Paris 2024 Olympic games and also for the 2025 Europeans.

23/03/2024   by Sunshinetour News , Press releases

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