Jorge Zeta, 8-year-old chestnut horse, son of the League of Nations in Risotto, born and raised in the Los Caracaros farm, owned by stud Tato Zeta, achieved victory in the Classic Horse Racing Association of Owners, played yesterday afternoon at the La Hipódromo Rinconada.
From the initial meters Jorge Zeta responded to the demands of his rider Iván Pimentel and went in search of the first places, managing to assume command in the first meters.
However, My Trainning Mate briefly displaced him, relegating him to the third, while King Champ entered the fight for the position of honor along with Ilustrado.
This fight was maintained in 23 ”4 sets for the first 400 meters and 46” 2 in the half mile. The three copies entered the final stretch in a strong fight.
In 1'09 ”4 the 1.200 meters passed and it was then that Jorge Zeta managed to get ahead and distance himself to win the classic with more than two lengths ahead, leaving a record of 1'22” 4 for 1.400 meters.
King Champ returned to running in good shape by qualifying second in front of Ilustrado, who brightened the competition. Skyhook outnumbered Grand Music who completed the board in fourth place, despite some setbacks in the game. In the sixth Dream ended; 7th My Trainning Mate and eighth Asieselmaní arrived.
From 3-3 in 1.400 meters
Jorge Zeta, who endured the highest handicap of the race -57 kilos- achieved his third victory in 1.400 meters, thus maintaining his undefeated on this course
It was his 15th victory in 24 performances, with 3 seconds and 3 third to add more than 65 million 355 thousand bolivars in prizes for stud Tato Zeta, with the 21.420.000 he added with this victory.
It is noteworthy that Jorge Zeta had already won this competition last year, coincidentally in the same time of 1'22 ”4 for 1.400 meters.
Caldeira "is a great horse"
Coach Ramiro Caldeira was very excited in his interview for the INH internal broadcast, stating: “This is a great horse, a great champion. remember the injury that afflicted him and from which he has fully recovered. Look at him, he looks like a colt. ” Undoubtedly Ramiro Caldeira has done a great job with this specimen, along with his stable team.