The Caribbean Classic Competition that was held in Miami on December 8. In this the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew was the winner and secondly another Coterranian specimen called El Gran Omero.
The Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew was the surprise of the day because the favorite was El Gran Omero.
In this way Venezuela achieved its 14th victory of the Caribbean Classic.
We can see that Venezuela has great potential for successful equine horses.
The magic pair that won the award was made up of the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew with the Mexican-born horseman Paco López
Therefore, in sync, this pair was raised with the Caribbean Classic that was held at the Gulfstream Park racecourse.
In this wonderful performance of the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew managed to beat in a final the favorite of Gran Omero competition that was in second place.
In the number three position was the equine specimen Turpin Time of Panama followed by Papa Candelo in fourth place
The track positions of the Caribbean Classic
Below we mention the starting positions at the beginning of the Caribbean Classic.
1- Thibaut (Mexico)
2- El Gran Omero (Venezuela)
3- Papa Candelo (Puerto Rico)
4- Fix (Panama)
5- El Santo (Mexico)
6- Señor Concerto (Panama)
7- Supreme Soul (Jamaica)
8- Juice Man (Jamaica)
9- Lopecitos (Mexico)
10- Turpin Time (Panama)
11- The Brother Slew (Venezuela)
12 Doctor Sotelo (Venezuela)
The interesting thing about the positions is to notice that the winner The Brother Slew started in eleventh place. Likewise, El Gran Omero (in english The Grean Homer) started second. This gives us a beautiful idea of the comeback of the horse The Brother Slew and his rider.
A surprise triumph of the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew in the Caribbean Classic
This equine specimen called The Brother Slew gave Venezuela its 14th victory in the usual Caribbean Classic.
The three-year-old horse The Brother Slew had the great privilege of winning the 52nd edition of the Caribbean International Classic.
The Caribbean International Classic was held on Sunday, December 8 at the Gulfstream Park racetrack in Miami, Florida.
This equestrian competition has a distance of 1,800 meters. Participants from various countries were present in the competition: Venezuela, Panama, Jamaica, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
The top prize of this sporting event was three hundred thousand dollars.
How did The Brother Slew get from eleventh to second place?
The rider Paco López did his maneuver very well. He managed to meticulously fix the equine The Brother Slew from the outer lanes to enter the first corner very close to the leader.
When the Brother Slew had a thousand meters left, it was when he gave his final impulse to start his attack.
In the final phase, the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew equaled Papa Candelo and in the last 200 meters he was going to dominate
However, he received the threat of the other Venezuelan horse Gran Omero, which was second.
That was when the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew was loaded into the inner lanes. In this way the space next to the railing made Gran Omero small. Gran Omero that was compromised and could not improve from the second position.
The joy was double for Venezuela since both first and second place was led by Venezuelan horses. In this way it achieves the success number 14 of this prestigious horse race as is the Caribbean Classic.
Origin of the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew
The Venezuelan Horse and champion of the 2019 Caribbean Classic The Brother Slew is the son of Slew’s Tizzy stallion in Miss Venezuela.
Slew’s Tizzy comes from the Tiznow stallion line. Tiznow was twice Horse of the Year and double winner of the Breeders ’Cup Classic. Tiznow is a descendant of fantastic Man O´ War.
On the other hand Miss Venezuela is descended from the great horse Walter Poet which one of the most important grandfather-stallions for Venezuela.
The Brother Slew was raised by Noel Enrique Kucich Pocaterrea,
A curiosity of this champion horse is that its owner Paul Valery serves as his coach.
Represented strong surprise for bets by paying $ 92.80 in top banking.
Without a doubt, they formed a great team to achieve success, the rider, owner and coach achieved their first success in the Caribbean Classic.
On the other hand, this represents the fourteenth victory in the event of Venezuela.
Triumph of the equine The Brother Slew
So much was the emotion of its owner and coach Paul Valery who expressed the following:
“This is the best thing that has happened to me in life”
Without a doubt, the owner of the winning horse feels very excited about this achievement. This being an impulse to continue reaping fruits.
On the other hand he also mentioned the following:
“Just the chance to win with this horse and come to Miami and Gulfstream Park and win here is a dream come true.”
The Classic of the Caribbean, is a bet of 1/8 of a mile for horses of 3 years. This was the grand finale of the International Classic Caribbean program for horses representing Caribbean and Latin American countries.
The triumph of the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew was an exciting conclusion of the Caribbean International Classic.
The Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew ran 1 1/8 miles in 1: 51.76 while winning his second race in seven starts for life.
On the other hand, the other Venezuelan horse Great Omero achieved second place in this equestrian competition.
Mexican rider Paco López who led the Caribbean Classic champion
Paco López is a native of Veracruz, Mexico. He is currently residing in the city of Miami – Florida
This Mexican horseman Paco López was the one who together with the Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew formed the magic pair that led them to conquer the podium of the Caribbean Classic.
The big surprise: Double podium for Venezuela
In the world of equestrian competitions there are often horses that are favorites due to their impeccable trajectory.
However, we can also find surprises such as El Clasico del Caribe, where Venezuelan horse The Brother Slew was champion.
Once again the horses continue to stand out in various modalities of equestrian competitions.
Its value, vitality, courage and nobility make this animal a valuable contribution to human beings.
So the least that owners, coaches and riders can do is ensure the welfare of the horse.
That at all times be respected taking into account as a living being who will have his days where he does not perform in the same way.
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