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La Rinconada will open its doors to the Caribbean

According to the words of the equestrian manager Antonio Álvarez on the INH's twitter

Everything suggests that equestrian fans will finally be able to enter the grandstands of the majestic La Rinconada Racecourse, according to the words of the equestrian leader, Antonio "El Potro" Álvarez.

In fact, he indicated: "I want you to know that one of the great requests that the public has made is that for the month of December with the International Caribbean Classic the doors open" through the twitter of the Caracas equestrian house, as is @OfficialINH.

The Superintendent of Equestrian Activities and president of the National Institute of Racecourses Antonio Álvarez, predicts a spectacular December for the dispute of the six international equestrian competitions within the framework of the Caribbean Equestrian Series, with more than one million dollars to be distributed in awards, in Caracas next Sunday, December 11.

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Álvarez comes from a promising trip to Qatar and Istanbul, where he made notable alliances that will bring better benefits to the national thoroughbred industry, in several facets.

flattering future

Preparations for the 2022 Caribbean Equestrian Series began months ago, whose venue will be the majestic La Rinconada Racecourse, on Sunday, December 11, in Caracas, Venezuela.

The attendance of the nations of Mexico, Panama, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic and the host Venezuela is guaranteed, which will give a brilliance to the region's event.

One million dollars

For the first time in its history, the Caribbean Equestrian Series will have a guaranteed prize of more than one million dollars, product of the six international competitions to be held in the La Rinconada oval, on December 11, 2022, plus what is collected for the term of the registered animals.

According to what is published by the Caribbean Equestrian Confederation and the same organization of the National Institute of Hippodromes; The Caribbean Classic will have a prize of 500.000 dollars to be distributed, that is, an increase of 100.000 dollars compared to 2021.

The Fellowship Cup will distribute $200.000 and the female Fellowship Cup will have $100.000, which will be an additional pot to the races.

The Imported Invitational Cup is endowed with 70.000 dollars and the Speed ​​and Lady of the Caribbean will have an attractive reward of $65.000 dollars.

In this way, a Caribbean 5 and 6 could be guaranteed that will surely break all records in the spaces of Caracas, and with the fervor of the equestrian public after the Covid-19 pandemic.


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