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Classics Gustavo Ávila and Juan Arias will go on Sunday

The Sandovalera mare will reappear after her performance in the Caribbean Classic

This Sunday the equestrian authorities will pay a well-deserved tribute to Gustavo Ávila and Juan Arias, the first Venezuelans to win the Kentucky Derby, the most anticipated race in the United States, which was won last week by fellow Venezuelan Sonny León.

The undefeated champion in La Rinconada Sandovalera, in seven performances, will reappear in the 1.600 meters of the Clásico Gustavo Ávila, scheduled as third of the afternoon with a prize of 3.793 bolívares, plus an additional 15.613 dollars to be distributed and in which she will face a select group of six outstanding runners.

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The daughter of the Venezuelan King Seraf in Rufvalle, by Two Beat, has not run since her performance in the past 2021 Caribbean Classic played at the Camarero de Puerto Rico racetrack, a test in which she accused the irregularities of the organizers of the event to occupy the last place of the winner Tamborero.

According to the information provided by the time takers of the Caracas oval, the one presented by Ricardo Rosillo, has striking training sessions and is ready to try to defeat the opponents that will come his way in his first performance this year.

Ms. Chenoma and Sharapova will be her main enemies in the test that Cañonera Girl, Succesfully will also compete. Go Sexy Go and Melosa.

Classic Juan Arias

The fifth valid for the game of 5 and 6, will be played by the Juan Arias Classic, in recognition of the remembered Cañonero coach and another series of steeds who wrote down their name in the type of the scoreboard of important races.

El Dorado, a sorrel that will reappear after his performance in the Burlesque Classic last season, will come out as one of the main contenders in the race that will be held over a distance of 1.600 meters.

Gray-haired Barrywhite, winner in his previous shot-for-shot, will go for his second consecutive victory in the fair.

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