Horse Racing: Irish “Flying” Denise Lynch wins Rolex GP ROM. Excellent performance by Piergio Bucci

Ippica: l’irlandese “volante” Denis Lynch vince il Rolex GP Roma. Ottima prestazione di Piergiorgio Bucci

(PRIMAPRESS) – Rome – 89th CSIO Rome 2022 – Ireland wins the Rolex Grand Prix Rome Trophy, completed by Master Borges’ Master de Incio in Rome. With four-leaf clover colors Denise Lynch, Brooklyn Heights Riding, repeated 14 years after his previous success in the classic highlight of the Roman equestrian competition, he climbed to the highest podium in 2008 while riding in the Lanterns. In the second round of the Grand Prix, the top thirteen of them. In the first course I attended, Lynch was the fastest error-free participant (42:52). The podium was completed by German Jana WargersWith Limbridge (43 “19) and the best Italians, Piergio Bucci, With Cochlear (45 ”78). And the excellent performance of the Assyrians Emanuel Camille, Fifth with Chadellano PS (47 ”26). The 46-year-old Lynch team won gold at the 2017 European Championships in Gothenburg. As a person, he was ranked 9th in the 2014 WEG of Cain.
Irish wins at the Roman Grand Prix rose to 5: In addition to Lynch’s two wins, there are also John Lewis (1938), William Ringgros (1961) and Eddie McCann (1978).
This edition of the Roman CSIO ended Ireland with excellent balance: before Lynch’s victory at the Rolex class Rome Grand Prix, there were two time divisions of Darag Kenny. Prize n. 10 Rolex Grand Prix Rome (160 160 – 450,000 €): 1. Denise Lynch (Earl, Brooklyn Heights) 0/0 pen, 42 ”52; 2. Jana Wargers (Ger, Limbridge) 0/0, 43 ”19; 3. Piergio Bucci (Cochello) 0/0, 45 ”78; 4. Nicola Philippertz (Bell, Kadanga V / H Dinkeshoff) 0/0, 46 ”57; 5. Emanuel Camille (Chadellano PS) 0/0, 47 ”26. – (Primapress)

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