For the second week in a row, the Venezuelan rider Leonel Reyes Ramos was one of the most outstanding professionals of the last day at Gulfstream Park, achieving eight victories and consolidating himself in first place in the statistics.
The effective Guyanese whip visited the winners' enclosure once on Thursday, twice on Friday and Saturday, to close Sunday with three laurels and reach 45 conquests and 1.184.613 dollars, according to the web portal quibase.com.
Second place in the harvest is held by Edgar Pérez, also from Venezuela, with 25 wins and 809.645, ahead of Edwin González and Emisael Jaramillo from Guariqueño, who with 26 photos and 796.120 dollars, ranks fourth by production and second by victories.
The consistent winner José Francisco D'Angelo continues in an excellent season, occupying second place in the contest with 19 hits and $438,590, surpassed only by champion Saffie A. Joseph, Jr., with 29 wins and $634,813.
"Kikito" visited the winners' paddock four times during the past weekend at said circuit.
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In third place are tied, by wins, Rohan Crichton with eight wins and 234,600, while the successful Antonio Sano adds 231.730 dollars in earnings.
Samy Camacho, virtual champion of the Tampa Bay Downs statistics, started Monmouth Park at full speed.
The Valencian who has 114 victories and $2.188.689, against Antonio Gallardo's 52 wins and $1.294.151 and Pablo Morales' 53 photos and $992.826, in Tampa, has six wins and $240.593 in Monmouth to occupy the second box for wins and the third by production for Paco López with nine wins and Jairo Rendón, in what has become a tough fight for the top seats.
High level of our Venezuelan professionals. God protect them. This shows that in our Hipica region there is professionalism. good vibes appreciated tremendous Angelito. A hug
And of the successes here and there we must not forget his Agent in Venezuela Freddy Lozano.