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Pan Am Games: USA heads for gold, Brazil follows

Pan Am Games: USA heads for gold, Brazil follows

Sarah Tubman – Lockman with First Apple Photo: Taylor Benz/American Equestrian

The U.S. leads the first day of the Pan American Games. 21-year-old American Christian Simonson continued A woman’s son (by Sorreldo) scores victory at Prix St. Georges, Brazil’s Jono-Victor Margari Oliva takes the Grand Prix Feel Good VO (v. Franziskus) presence. Today the Nations Cup will be decided based on Intermediate I and Grand Prix Special.

João-Victor Marcari Oliva sent Feel Good to 76.478% in the Grand Prix. “I really didn’t expect this. I really wanted to take another horse with me, but that horse was not in shape, so I was forced to take my second horse with me,” said the rider. I hoped, but I didn’t expect to win. I am very happy. I also cried after my test. I think I made everyone proud, my coach, my family and my country, that’s all that matters.

Individual ranking

American Sarah Tubman sent the KWPN stallion The first apple (by Vivaldi) for second place with 76.065%. One Brazilian in three: Renderson with Silva de Oliveira Fogoso campline (V. Rico) with 75.304%. Christian Simonsen leads individual lead at Prix St. Georges. He scored 73.382% with Son of a Lady. Canadian Beatrice Boucher follows Limy of Summerwood (V. Londonderry) is second with 71.147%. With his score, he contributed significantly to Team Canada’s provisional bronze position.


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