12 April 2024

Martina Franco Stephan Claims Victory on Her Home Turf in Mexico in Trofeo Azimut CSI2*

Martina Franco Stephan Claims Victory on Her Home Turf in Mexico in Trofeo Azimut CSI2*

A thrilling competition in the Trofeo Azimut CSI2* 1.45m class kicked off day two of the Longines Global Champions Tour of Mexico City. Spectators witnessed an impressive line-up of riders, and the excitement was palpable when two Mexican riders claimed a spot on the podium in front of their home crowd.

The top spot went to Mexico’s Martina Franco Stephan riding Douce Emeraude d'Or. Stephan dazzled the crowd with a quick and flawless round, earning her a well-deserved first place. Hot on her heels was Colombia’s Ruben Arroyave who skillfully piloted Valeska Z to a second place finish. Jose Antonio Chedraui Eguia of Mexico aboard Good Limit secured third place with a quick and clear round in front of his home crowd.

Not far off was Mexico’s Alberto Sanchez - Cozar riding CBS Khantastic who secured fourth place with a quick, skilled round. Completing the top five was Chile’s Bernardo Naveillan Goycoolea aboard Frenchlover Cuilleret who put in a clean round, earning the pair fifth place.


1st Place - Martina Franco Stephan, Douce Emeraude d'Or (MEX)

2nd Place - Ruben Arroyave, Valeska Z (COL)

3rd Place - Jose Antonio Chedraui Eguia, Good Limit (MEX)

4th Place - Alberto Sanchez – Cozar, CBS Khantastic (MEX)

5th Place - Bernardo Naveillan Goycoolea, Frenchlover Cuilleret (CHI)

6th Place - Xaviera Maurer Buch, Chogui LS (MEX) 

7th Place- Bruno Passaro, Skyhorse (ARG)  

8th Place - Ana Sofia Legorreta Hernandez, Yoga Santa Rosa (MEX)

9th Place - Julio David Vainer, Sterrehof's Baccarat (MEX) 

10th Place - Lorenza Mena Rodriguez, Cullinan Z (MEX)


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