Another day of international equestrian competitions, Brazil achieved good results across Europe. Marlon Sanotelli, the best Brazilian in the world, finished seventh in a five-star match in Bergia, finishing seventh. Felipe Amaral also finished runner-up in the same match dispute, with Yuri Mansour finishing fifth in London.
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Riding like a diamond van Het Shake, Marlon Sanotelli brought it to the stage. In a dispute with obstacles of up to 1.55 meters, the Brazilian competed in the jump off with three other opponents. During this time, Sanotelli was able to complete the course at 38s27, again without penalty, and finished second. Sane Thijsen from the Netherlands also won the title at the Central Clarice Brinkop.
Felipe Amaral also finished second in the same event. Rider Germanico T, from Brazil, competed in the tiebreaker with 10 opponents with obstacles up to 1.45m. In it, Felipe completed 37s27 marks and was second in the dispute. The title went to Daniel Coel of Ireland and third place to Dominic Hendrix of Belgium.
Yuri Mansour is fifth in London
Brazil’s Yuri Mansour finished fifth in the five – star tournament in London. Riding Ibelle Ask, Brazilian completed the race course with 38s25 marks without penalty and was fifth best. The winner of the match in England is German Christian Ahlman.