CSIO San Marino Arezzo: Zanotelli once again dominates

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Once again, Marlon Modolo Zanotelli left everyone behind at Boccaccio Arezzo Equestrian Centre, the theater of the third edition of the CSIO 3 * of San Marino-Arezzo.
After signing the 145 class on Thursday and strongly contributed to the victory of his team in the Nations Cup on Friday, the Brazilian rider also won the mixed category 145 on Saturday, the Small Grand Prix “QN The Nation“. Riding Malou he stopped the clock at 35“72 without making mistakes.
Sixteen pairs, about 76 starters, qualified for the jump-off. Ten of whom had two clear rounds.
“Malou,“ said Zanotelli, “is a wonderful mare, among the best I have in the stable. And it has the scope to do more clear rounds. I’m proud to ride it and thank the owners, Markus and Meredith Beerbaum.“
Second place went to France’s Julien Anquetin riding Quanan Rouge (37“86), followed by the Argentinean Fidel Segovia on Bombay Sapphire (38“27). Fourth place for the Brazilian Stephan de Freitas Crewed Landpeter Do Feroleto (38“73). Following on: Ömer Karaevli (Au Crosnier Roso, 39“27), for Turkey, Victoria Gulliksen, (Grafit, 39“62) for Norway, Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski (Inferno, 40“02), for Poland, Capt. Michael Kelly (Ringwood Glen, 40“84) for Ireland and Erika Lickhammer (Thriller P, 41“70), for Sweden. Closing the top ten were Jose Alfredo Hernandez Ortega riding Grupo Prom Jack, under the flag of El Salvador (42“32).
Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski and Crazy Quick were protagonists in the “Premio Giovanni Raspini“.
The 140 in consecutive phases, “Premio Giovanni Raspini“ played the anthem in honor of the Polish rider Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski on Crazy and Quick (0; 25“72), who made headlines in the last edition of the CSIO San Marino- Arezzo, thanks to the victory in the San Marino Grand Prix presented by Fixdesign Arezzo. Second place went to Italy, with Luca Maria Moneta riding Bonheur S (0; 26“06). For them a clear round but not fast enough to win the championship: the Azzurri finished a few tenths of a second from the Polish rider, finishing in second place. Afterwards, Prime Aviere with Emilio Bicocchi with Rockman de l’Abbaye (0; 26“39), followed by Ireland’s Capt. Michael Kelly with Drumiller Lough (0; 26“77). Fifth place for the Italian champion, Prime Aviere Giulia Martinengo Marquet riding that familiar Fixdesign Pop Lady d’Elle (0; 27“79). Rounding out the top ten Ross Mulholland and Mercuri (0; 27“81), John Consorti and Berenice (0; 28“61), Cian O’Connor and Aramis (0; 28“79), Nicole Walzer with Be Gentle (0; 28“92) and Charlotte Mordasini and Tiny Toon Semilly (0; 29“35).
(Photo credit: Stefano Secchi).
CSIO San Marino Press Release

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