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Álvarez: La Rinconada is ready to mount the Caribbean Equestrian Series

Most of the invited countries have confirmed their attendance at the event on December 11

The facilities of the La Rinconada Racecourse are ready to receive the invited delegations that will participate in the 2022 Caribbean Horse Racing Series to be held next Sunday, December 11, at the Coche oval.

"The participation of great figures in the training and driving of thoroughbreds is expected... there will be many surprises and good things," said "Potro" Antonio Álvarez, National Superintendent of Equestrian Activities and president of the National Institute of Racecourses, during the reception for the commission of the Caribbean Equestrian Confederation, headed by Alberto Paz Rodríguez, at the facilities of the Maiquetía International Airport.

“Most of the invited countries have confirmed their attendance at the important equestrian event that brings together the family of the Caribbean area and in a traditional equestrian country, among which are Panama, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Mexico, Jamaica, Puerto Rico , Trinidad and Tobago, brother countries that trust in Venezuela and its equestrian tradition”, emphasized the equestrian president who showed his enthusiasm for the return of the Caribbean Equestrian Series to Venezuela and promised good things and many surprises for the Creole equestrian fans.

Read also: Paz Rodríguez: We trust Venezuela to organize the Equestrian Series

The "Potro" affirmed that Venezuela has first-class facilities to mount the event and one of the goals is to surpass the 2014 edition, the last time the show was mounted at the La Rinconada Racecourse.

Special guests

Among the shows that will be presented on Sunday, December 11 in the country's main circuit is the performance of qualified riders such as:

  • Emissael Jaramillo
  • Xavier Castellano
  • Irad and Jose Luis Ortiz
  • Flavien prat
  • Luis Saez

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