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Jaime Lugo and Juan García won 3 times

They and the stud "Alvajos" triumphed with Cristalina Sensación y Futuro

The jockey Jaime “Pocho” Lugo and the trainer Juan Carlos García, were the most winners last Sunday in La Rinconada, a circuit in which Cipriano Gil, Francisco Quevedo, Fernando Parilli Tota and César Pérez conquered the most important races.

Riders and trainers

The "Pocho" visited the winners' paddock three times to reach 27 wins in the season and stay two behind líder Robert Capriles, winner on one occasion, via
regulatory.

Lugo began with the Cristalina tortilla in the second in the afternoon, to repeat with the favorite Sensación in the first valid for the game of 5 and 6 and in the last one he closed with Futuro, all presented by Juan Carlos García, coach who completed 21 successes against 23 that his brother Ramón has, who went blank.

The García brothers occupy the first two positions in the statistics of the Coche oval.

Cipriano Gil excelled driving Amelazado in the Clásico Cría Nacional, just as Francisco Quevedo did in the 3.200 meters of the Clásico Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana, with Papá Pedro, horses presented by Fernando Parilli Tota and César Pérez, respectively.

Stud

The breeding establishments La Orlyana, Los Caracaros and Paumar were the most successful with two victories each.

La Orlyana won with Sensación in the race that opened the game of millions, to later win with the foal Amelazado in the Clásico Cría Nacional.

Los Caracaros, owned by the Celis family, won with Bella Fina in the third race and with the prospect Futuro in the last race of the afternoon.

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For its part, the Paumar triumphed through Reynas Isabella in the fourth race and with Money Is Money in the second valid.

The Vista Hermosa stud farm stood out with his pupil Papa Pedro in the Armed Forces Classic.

Other victories

The riders Jaime Lugo Jr., Yonder Rodríguez, Franklin Velásquez (replacing Jean Carlos Chapire); Abrain Montes, Cipriano Gil and Francisco Quevedo.

The trainers Yanir Hurtado (the popular morocho); Humberto Correia, Gabriel Márquez, Ismael Martínez and Rohendy Gámez, in a day that led to a good show.

Mundo Hípico to million

The prestigious publication of the Grupo Últimas Noticias was immense last Sunday, pointing out nine winners in the ten scheduled competitions.
Of those nine winners, six were indicated in the first term, namely: Bendito (1st race); Crystalline (second); Reynas Isabellas (fourth); Sensation (fifth); Papa Pedro (ninth) and Future (tenth).

Three of those successes were marked as favorites in the second term, namely: Bella Fina (third race); Skull Trooper (seventh) and Threatened (eighth).

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