Riders Jaime Lugo, his son of the same name, Francisco Quevedo and José Gilberto Hernández, as well as coaches Ramón García Mosquera and Luis Peraza, achieved two victories last Sunday at La Rinconada.
Jaime Lugo Junior opened the programming on Reina Bonita and in the fifth valid he shone in the Caribbean Gol leadership, to reach 20 wins in the season.
His father, "Pocho" Lugo, led Princesa Elisa to victory in the second race and in the Clásico Millard Ziadie was in charge of leading the champion Sandovalera, to complete 39 photos in the year and maintain the tie in the second place of the statistics with Francisco Quevedo who also crossed the goal in profit twice with the Strength Coraima filly in the third and closed with Altanera in the fourth valid on 5 and 6.
José Gilberto Zerpa, forming a team with Luis Peraza, won the first two valid of the 5 and 6 with Ninjara and Velocity.
Ramón García triumphed with Reina Bonita and Caribbean Gold, to get two races ahead of his brother Juan Carlos, who visited the winners' paddock with the Tordilla Cristalina, winner of the last valid on 5 and 6.
Coach Juan Carlos De Abreu was the most outstanding professional of the day held last weekend at the National Hippodrome of Valencia by triumphing three times, while riders Jean Argullo and Yervis López doubled.
De Abreu impeccably presented Big Tito in the first of the program, to continue the party with the favorite Di Camerota in the second and Starring in the third of the 5 and 6.
Jean Carlos Arguello took the photo with Big Tito and Starring, to complete seven in the year, while Yorvis López, one of the best whips of the moment in Valencia, won with Gran Aída and La Gran Camucha, to occupy the sixth place of the harvest with 10 won.