The multi-champion rider Pablo Falero announced his retirement from the tracks and will hang the foete after a successful campaign, a fact he did yesterday during the José Pedro Ramírez Grand Prix (Grade 1) at the Maroñas Racecourse, Uruguay, on a 2.400-meter course, over sand track.
Precisely Falero said goodbye in the most important race of Uruguayan hippo, which began to be disputed in 1889.
Falero officially debuted at Real San Carlos, Colonia, in a 600-meter race before turning 15. He won his first race in 1982. In 1985, and at the age of 18, he won his first stat at Real San Carlos, and began to venture into Las Piedras and Maroñas.
Among the most important classics of the Argentine equestrian calendar, Carlos Pellegrini obtained four years.
Until August 2019, he had 8.544 victories, reaching 6th place in the world jockeys statistics. It will bid farewell to the Brazilian Olympic Harvard, in a test of 16 participants.