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In one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in the world the penultimate day was a spectacular celebration of equestrian sport and culture, with top-level competition, entertainment, and lifestyle experiences. The stakes were raised once again for the big-money competition as today concluded with a dramatic €153,000 Trofeo Banorte 1.55m jump-off class.

It was Christian Kukuk and Mumbi who continued his flying form after contributing to Riesenbeck International powered by Kingsland’s win in the GCL team series yesterday, taking the win yet again in the stunning grass arena at the Campo Marte. Just a second behind Yuri Mansur and Miss Blue Mystic Rose had to settle for second place while Laura Kraut and her 9 year old Bisquetta finished off the podium.

A smiling Christian Kukuk told GCTV: "We won the team class yesterday and today this individual class so the weekend couldn’t be better at the moment. I took a big risk to the double in the jump-off and I was really lucky I must say as I turned inside the Longines finishing timer but Mumbi tried his heart out for me. It was a fast jump-off! We are in the form of our life at the moment."

In front of thousands of visitors today was a perfect prelude to the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Mexico City tomorrow. From live music and delicious cuisine to exclusive shopping experiences and family-friendly activities, the event is a unique and exciting way to experience the thrill of show jumping.

Saturday’s track was set as a serious test with plenty of jumping efforts, but inviting fences and encouraging lines did little to deter these talented horses and this elite field of 31 riders made the course look relatively comfortable with 10 making it through to an electric jump-off.

The packed stands and VIP hospitality area sizzled in anticipation as the first rider entered for the jump-off in the vast arena deep in the heart of this vibrant city.



Pathfinder for the jump off, Yuri Mansur aboard Miss Blue Mystic Rose threw caution to the wind showing determination to the last, firmly putting their claim in for top podium position and hinting at what was to follow.Next saw the first of three American riders qualified for the jump off - Isabella Rusekoff and Jumpy van de Hermitage. A neat clear again proved the course extremely jumpable much to the pleasure of the packed crowd. Entering the arena as third to go, Eduardo Pereira De Menezez and H5 Elvaro were the first of three four fault rounds with a soft rail in part one of an imposing double combination in front of the packed VIP.Enter: Christian Kukuk and Mumbai. Fresh off their win in yesterday’s GCL, it was clear the duo were in it to win it from the start. Taking almost a second off Mansur’s time, the stadium erupted as the time of 37.23 showed on the big screens.Leading rider Laura Kraut aboard the unstoppable Bisquetta followed suit with an impressive clear, but a couple of seconds down off the current leaders resulted in their final placing of third place. As Denis Lynch and Vistogrand entered the arena, the question on everyone’s lips was could he replicate his day one victory? Chasing the win from fence one, a couple of steady lines came up for the duo, and with the second last fence falling, ultimately putting them firmly out of the places.Next saw Abdel Said and Goldenstar, with an unfortunate fall for both horse and rider resulting in elimination, the crowd cheered as both left the arena unharmed and a thumbs up from Abdel.Lillie Keenan and Fasther entered as eighth to go, a tidy clear and some wider turns resulted in the pair ultimately finishing in just off the podium in fourth. Franciso Jose Mesquita Musa and Alea Marathon were the third of the four fault rounds, leaving options open for the master of faster and last to go, Maikel van der Vleuten.Maikel aboard Dywis HH opted for a steady clear in the fading light, securing fifth place, and ultimately confirming the podium positions for Kukuk, Mansur and Kraut.That concludes the penultimate day of action at the Longines Global Champions Tour of Mexico City but the high drama looks set to continue tomorrow in the biggest class of the weekend! Tune in to GCTV to watch the LGCT Grand Prix presented by GNP at 13.00 local time and find out who will secure the third ticket to the coveted Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix at the GC Prague Playoffs in November.


Int. jumping competition with jump-off (1.55 m)
Table A, FEI Art. 238.2.2 - CSI5*
Competition counts for the FEI Longines Rankings Group A
Horses competing in Competition n. 10 are not allowed to compete in Competition n. 09
1. 33 Mumbai Christian Kukuk GER   0 77.42 sec 0 37.23 sec
  grey / 11y. / S / BWP / Diamant de Semilly / Nabab de Reve / 106BE04 / Beerbaum Stables GmbH   38.250,00 EUR
2. 30 Miss Blue Mystic Rose Yuri Mansur BRA   0 78.41 sec 0 38.21 sec
  bay / 10y. / M / Chacco Blue / VDL Zirocco Blue / 107VC29 / Clear Round B.V., Thalita Gorri Olsen De Almeida   30.600,00 EUR
3. 131 Bisquetta Laura Kraut USA   0 78.17 sec 0 38.95 sec
  bay / 9y. / M / 106SW27 / Cherry Knoll Farm, Inc.   22.950,00 EUR
4. 3 Fasther Lillie Keenan USA   0 79.42 sec 0 38.99 sec
  chest / 13y. / G / KWPN / Vigo D Arsouilles Stx / Farmer / 105HA35 / Chansonette Farm LLC   15.300,00 EUR
5. 28 Dywis HH Maikel van der Vleuten NED   0 77.87 sec 0 39.99 sec
  bay / 12y. / M / HOLST / Toulon / Corofino II / 106HN52 / Pontegadea Espana Slu Marta Ortega Perez   10.710,00 EUR
6. 36 Jumpy van de Hermitage Isabella Russekoff USA   0 79.72 sec 2 51.40 sec
  bay / 14y. / G / BWP / Toulon / Darco / 104VX28 / Suave Pony LLC   8.415,00 EUR
7. 15 H5 Elvaro Eduardo Pereira De Menezes BRA   0 75.92 sec 4 37.43 sec
  bay / 14y. / S / KWPN / Calvaro F.C. / Heartbreaker / 104MW79 / H5 Sport Horses LLC   6.120,00 EUR
8. 6 Alea Marathon Francisco José Mesquita Musa BRA   0 77.28 sec 4 38.54 sec
  chest / 13y. / M / SF / Mylord Carthago*HN / Allegreto / 105AX53 / Daniel Aguiar Morelli   4.590,00 EUR
9. 51 Vistogrand Denis Lynch IRL   0 76.81 sec 4 39.60 sec
  bay / 10y. / S / AES / Fantaland / Mr Visto / 105WU22 / Parco Sport Horses Est   4.590,00 EUR
10. 73 Goldenstar Abdel Saïd BEL   0 78.69 sec EL  
  black / 12y. / M / KWPN / Bacardi VDL / Ipsylon B / 105SW34 / As Trading   3.825,00 EUR
11. 203 Romeo Federico Fernandez MEX   2 81.43 sec    
  grey / 12y. / S / SF / Lando / Cheers Cassini / 105NE82 / Federico Fernandez, Lorenzo Cue Sanchez Navarro   3.825,00 EUR
12. 43 Atlantica du Soleil Z Nicolas Pizarro MEX   4 76.69 sec    
  chest / 11y. / M / ZANG / Atlantus van de Roshoeve / Felin Pierreville / 105YE64 / Ariana Azcarraga   3.825,00 EUR

Total: 153.000,00 EUR

Other, non-placed competitors

13. 9 Fellow Castlefield Edwina Tops-Alexander AUS   4 76.95 sec    
  bay / 13y. / G / KWPN / Je T'aime Flamenco / Twister / 104YN50 / Athina Onassis, Victory Equestrian Sport BV    
14. 52 H&M Legend of Love Olivier Philippaerts BEL   4 77.37 sec    
  grey / 17y. / M / SA / Landzauber / Corgraf / 103KW09 / Team Philippaerts    
15. 22 Elysium Hans-Dieter Dreher GER   4 77.65 sec    
  grey / 11y. / G / HOLST / VDL Zirocco Blue / Coronado / 105RO98 / Sipe Handels Ag    
16. 65 Policeman 2 Omer Karaevli TUR   4 79.15 sec    
  chest / 11y. / S / HANN / Perigueux / Acord II / 105YO49 / Es Equestrian Team Holding BV    
17. 91 Griffin van de Heffinck Jur Vrieling NED   4 79.30 sec    
  grey / 11y. / M / SBS / Castelino van de Helle / Contact van de Heffinck / 106BY03 / Sf Equestrian B.V.    
18. 37 Bentley de Sury Eduardo Alvarez Aznar ESP   4 79.91 sec    
  chest / 12y. / G / SF / Sunday de Riverland / Calvaro / 105LU62 / Kaliyuga S.L.    
19. 88 Cuick Star Kervec Shane Breen IRL   8 74.81 sec    
  bay / 11y. / S / SF / Quick Star / Diamant de Semilly / 105ME92 / Breen Equestrian Ltd, Quirke Sport Horses Ltd    
20. 94 Cor Bakker Fernando Martinez Sommer MEX   8 79.21 sec    
  black / 16y. / G / KWPN / Colandro / Quattro / 104RD00 / Fernando Martinez Sommer    
21. 39 Clipper du Haut du Roy Jane Richard SUI   10 81.55 sec    
  bay / 15y. / G / SBS / Flipper D'elle*HN* / Puccini / 104LG12 / Jane Richard, Rlg Denmark    
  2 Solid Gold Z Christian Ahlmann GER   EL      
  bay / 12y. / S / OLDBG / Stakkato Gold / Calvin / 105JK30 / Christian Ahlmann, Stoeterij Zangersheide    
  92 Claire Z Pieter Devos BEL   RT      
  bay / 15y. / M / ZANG / Clearway / Coronado / 104FM61 / Devos Stables, Stal De Leygraaf    
  63 Heureuse Nouvelle WH Marlon Modolo Zanotelli BRA   RT      
  bay / 10y. / M / SBS / Cardento / Indoctro / 106CU80 / Ashford Farm BV, Zanotelli Augustson Farm    
  5 Laurien van Orshof Linda Heed SWE   RT      
  grey / 12y. / M / BWP / H&M Cabrio van de Heffinck / Winningmood / 105YF04 / Stall Heed Ab    
  11 Independent Efe Siyahi TUR   RT      
  dbay / 12y. / G / SWB / Diamant de Revel / Careful / 105MI78 / Es Equestrian Team Holding BV    
  79 Glamour Girl Henrik von Eckermann SWE   RT      
  bay / 12y. / M / KWPN / VDL Zirocco Blue / Caletto I / 105UM04 / Portfolio Horses LLC    
  25 HHS Catwalk Michael Pender IRL   RT      
  chest / 11y. / M / ISH / Cit Cat / Clover Echo / 106PP32 / Bravo Hughes Ltd    
  41 Casablanca-H Samuel Hutton GBR   RT      
  bay / 13y. / M / HANN / Conteur / Landor S / 106FQ36 / Hg Sportpaarden B.V.    
  56 Carla 229 Philipp Schulze Topphoff GER   RT      
  chest / 10y. / M / WESTF / Comme Il Faut / Potsdam Nrw / 106TB91 / Karl-Heinz Schulze Isfort    
  87 Hello Valentino Scott Brash GBR   RT      
  grey / 9y. / S / SWB / Diamantino / Careful / 106NJ05 / Lady Pauline Harris, Lady Pauline Kirkham

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Christian Kukuk fue el ganador de la prueba más importante de la jornada de hoy en el Longines Global Champions Tour México presentado por GNP México Jumping, con un impresionante recorrido en el desempate montando a “Mumbai”. El jinete alemán hizo vibrar al público que abarrotó las instalaciones de Campo Marte, con su vertiginoso recorrido sin falta en 37’23 segundos, batiendo al brasileño Yuri Mansur y “Miss Blue Mystic Rose” y a la estadounidense Laura Kraut con “Bisquetta”.
El público abarrotó las instalaciones de Campo Marte durante la jornada de hoy, en la que el alemán Christian Kukuk se convertía en protagonista indiscutible al llevarse la victoria en el Trofeo Banorte, prueba más importante del día. 32 de los mejores jinetes del panorama internacional tomaron parte en la prueba, que contó con un recorrido de 13 obstáculos a 1.55 metros de altura. De ellos, solo 10 consiguieron pasar al desempate sobre 9 vallas y de ellos solo 5 consiguieron el doble 0. 

El Trofeo Mercedes-Benz para Inglaterra
Scott Brash fue el ganador del Trofeo Mercedes-Benz, prueba del CSI5* Longines Global Champions Tour Mexico presentado por GNP Mexico Jumping, que se disputó a primera hora de la tarde. El jinete británico se impuso con su fiel “Hello Mr. President” y recibió su trofeo de manos de Thalía Castro, Directora de Marketing de Mercedes-Benz México y Latinoamérica.
El dos veces ganador del circuito Longines Global Champions Tour, batía a la francesa Nina Mallevaey sobre los estribos de “Crack d’La Rousserie” y al portugués Rodrigo Giesteira Almeida a bordo de “Dawsons Flex”, que quedaron en segundo y tercer lugar respectivamente.  
México imparable en el Trofeo Broxel Pay
La jornada comenzó con el Trofeo Broxel Pay, que dió el triunfo al varias veces olímpico Jaime Azcárraga al mando de “The Gambler”. El jinete mexicano se impuso ante 60 binomios en una prueba muy reñida robándole el triunfo a la joven amazona también mexicana Regina de la Cabada con “Borgia D´r” concretó limpiamente en 44.63¨. Acto seguido otro joven jinete mexicano despertó otra calurosa ovación, Patricio Pasquel Poo que a sus solo 19 años al mando de Cabablue finalizó desempate sin derribes en tiempo de 45.91 que le reportaron trofeo y moña de tercer lugar.  
Los galardonados fueron premiados por el presidente de Broxel México Gustavo Gutiérrez Galindo y el Presidente de la Federación Ecuestre Mexicana Juan Manuel Cossío.   

“Oaxaca, Danza y Tradición"
Antes del comienzo del Trofeo Banorte y como parte de las actividades para impulsar el conocimiento y la comercialización de sectores productivos oaxaqueños en el mercado nacional e internacional, el Gobierno del Estado de Oaxaca a través de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Económico, contempló un acercamiento a la diversidad del estado a través de “Oaxaca, Danza y Tradición", muestra cultural dancística que incluyó una calenda que recorrió el Campo Militar Marte.
La jornada de mañana comenzará con el Trofeo Banorte a las 8h00 horas, seguida por el Trofeo Broxel Pay a las 10h45. La prueba más importante del fin de semana, el Gran Premio Longines Global Champions Tour presentado por GNP Seguros comenzará a las 13h00 y el broche final lo pondrá el Gran Premio del CSI2* Trofeo Palacio de Hierro a las 16h00, prueba que también entregará el trofeo Hermès al mejor jinete mexicano del concurso. 
Para todos los aficionados que no puedan acercarse hasta Campo Marte, podrán seguir el CSI2* en la OTT líder mundial del sector ecuestre ClipMyHorse.TV y las del CSI5* en Fox Sports 1.



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