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Portuguese win from Ricardo Gil Santos with ‘First Diamond AG’ in the Big Tour 1.45

Eduardo Álvarez Aznar from Spain, wins the Medium Tour 1.45 with ‘Qevita VD Bisschop’

Irish, Tomas Doyle and ‘Monbeg Sunny Spells’, win the Engel & Völkerstrophy Trophy class





Today was very busy here at Montenmedio despite a very strong wind, that is locally called the ‘Levante’, never ceasing to blow.  With this in mind today’s Ranking class was postponed and will be held tomorrow, and will still be the final qualifier for the Big Tour Invitational GP on Sunday.  Despite this, the rest of today’s classes went ahead without incident.


The biggest win of the day went to the Portuguese rider,  Ricardo Gil Santos in the Big Tour 1.45 with ‘First Diamond AG’, a nine year old mare, by ‘Diamant de Semilly’, who is owned by Arnaud Guillermo.  In second was New Zealand rider, Bruce Goodin with ‘Boateng 9’ (‘Balous Bellini’) and in third was top Spanish rider, Eduardo Álvarez Aznar with ‘Genaro Paulois’,  a stallion by ‘Aldo du Plessis’.


This wasn’t the only good result for ‘Edu’ today as he went on to win the Medium Tour 1.45 class, with the lovely eight year old mare, ‘Qevita VD Bisschop’,by ‘Vigo D’Arsouilles STX’ x ‘Elvis Ter Putte’.  In second was Italian, Luca Moneta with ‘Knock Out’;  third was Argentinian, Martín Dopazo with ‘Carlina Z’ and taking both fourth and fifth places was another Spanish rider, Jesús Garmendia Echevarría with ‘Valut 2’ and ‘Coco Star Des Gy’.


The Small Tour 1.45 had a British winner, Emma Stoker with ‘Q Seven’;  second was Irish rider, Sean Monaghan with ‘L-Piccola’ and in third, was William Whitaker with ‘Ustino’.


The biggest CSI1* class , was sponsored by Engel & Völkers, the leading global, luxury real estate company.  The winner was Irish, Tomas Doyle with ‘Monbeg Sunny Spells’ Second and third were Spanish riders,  Fernando de los Santos with ‘Isba Caps’ and  María Giralt Martínez with ‘City Meel’


In the Medium Tour 1.40 our winner was, Canadian,  Kara Chad with ‘Play it Loud Z’;  second was Brazilian, Pedro Veniss with ‘Nice Van Baublo’ and third, Portuguese, Antonio Matos with ‘Chang N Z’;  the Big Tour 1.35 winners were Irish, Seamus Hughes Kennedy with ‘Echonix’;  Austrian,  Carla Wanko with ‘No limit 63’ and another Irish rider, Rhys Williams with ‘Semeli’.


There was a Spanish win in the Small Tour 1.35 from Chantal Fernández Sáez and ‘Bubalu’.  Second was Brazilian rider, Felipe Guinato with ‘Garota De Ipanema MC’ and third, British, Joanne Whitaker with ‘London Eye’.


The top two in the Medium Tour 1.30 were Spanish, David Izquierdo Sánchez with ‘Sortilege 14 du Bary Z’ and Antonio Mariñas Soto with ‘Queen Star STB’.  In third was Brazilian,  Joao Víctor Castro with ‘Miss-O’.


Portuguese rider,  Rafael Dinis with ‘Mister Poker’ won the Medium Tour 1.20.  Irish,  Niamh Devlin was the winner of the CSI1*, 1.20 with ‘Fernhill Clooney’ and Mexican rider, Felipe Andres Sierra Trejo with ‘Atila C’ won the  1.10.


El 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 is the penultimate day of the Tour and there are eleven classes of which two are Ranking and one is also the qualifier for Sunday’s star class, the Big Tour, Invitational Grand Prix.

22/03/2024   by Sunshinetour News , Press releases

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