Arezzo and San Marino CSIO: Italy dominate the precedings
The Arezzo and San Marino CSIO competition at the Arezzo Equestrian Center is in full swing and below is a list of the latest results for the Youth Category Nations Cup.
Italy dominated in the individual junior category with Ignazio Uboldi taking first place on Santino (Kingston). He was followed by fellow Italians Giorgia Failla on Bacardi Orange de Muze and Gianluca Mario Pirovano on Olem Choisi in second and third respectively. For a full list of the standings, please see the following link: http://eventcontent.hippoonline.de/879/sta_erg/O14I_ergDEU.htm?style=hip…
Italy’s success was also carried over to the team category where Italy accumulated 16 penalties over the two rounds, 4 less than the Belgian and Czech team who finished in joint second.
After a below-par first round, the Italian team came back strong in the second round to storm ahead of the Belgian and Czech squads. The Italy team was made up of Matias Alvaro with Mirage de Levaux, Guido Franchi on Garua, Marcello Manganotti on Leap de Riverland and Ernesto Vacirca with Zeta di Sabuci. Marcello Manganotti was the stand-out performer with clean runs in both rounds. For a full list of the standings, please see the following link: https://www.horseshowjumping.tv/files/NCJun_R2_erg.pdf
In the Young Riders trial, Francesca Ciriesi on Alina (Acord II) and Chiara Pinazzi on Caschmir (Kashmir van Schuttershof) maintained Italy’s excellent run of results by coming in first and second place respectively. Third place was taken by Portugal’s Goncalo Leite Perdigao.
There was then more success for Italy and in the Team Young Riders trial, the azzurri youngsters rode to victory ahead of Austria (22 penalties) and Poland (eliminated). The Italy team was made up of Nicolà Vincenzo Callerio with Darius, Emanuele Bianchi on Vadetta vh Mettenhof, Andrea Campagnaro on Rivage du Borda and Filippo Marco Bologni with Fixdesign Chopin. The aforementioned riders dominated from the first round with a clean run. In the second round, they accumulated just 4 penalties. For a full list of the results, please see the following link: https://www.horseshowjumping.tv/files/NCY_R2_erg.pdf
Italy’s dominance came to an end in the pony category with Belgium the overall winners with Italy in second. This also repeated itself in the Children category with Italy having to settle for second place and behind Belgium.
Francesca Arioldi meanwhile won the CSIO YR from 1.35m with Little Queen (Luxius), with Chiara Pinazzi on Mediane (Cabri du Val) in second and Belgium’s Vicky van de Poel with Alex Ludine S in third. Marco Calderaro on Concetti (Concetto) was then on the podium in the CSIO JUNIOR from 1.30m.
Finally, today’s main event is the CSI2* trial from 1.45m against the clock. For a complete programme list, please visit the following website: www.arezzoequestriancentre.com