All In Horses Cava and Santiago Lambre Are Victorious Again in the $37,000 Nutrena 1.50m Classic CSI3*

Apr 15, 2022 - 5:10 PM

For Immediate Release

Wellington, FL – April 15, 2022 – The second week of the 2022 ESP Spring Series continued with FEI competition on the grass Derby Field at Equestrian Village on Friday, April 15, 2022. Continuing their winning streak, Brazil’s Santiago Lambre and All In Horses Cava secured their second victory this week after completing the fastest jump-off time in the $37,000 Nutrena 1.50m Classic CSI3*.

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Santiago Lambre and All In Horses Cava in their presentation ceremony. Pictured with Susie Wong of Nutrena and Jesus Andrade. ©SportFot

“Winning a second class this week feels really good. I have only had her [All In Horses Cava] a couple of months and am learning how to ride her everyday, at every show. I felt that today was the first day that I could really do what I wanted with her,” commented Lambre of the 11-year-old Oldenburg mare by Cadensky x Clinton. “Although I did win the other day, there were a couple of distances that I did not like, but I felt like we placed a really nice round today. She is naturally fast and a super speedy horse, so I do not need to think about having to go fast on course.”

From a starting order of 16 entries, seven riders navigated through the course, set by Ken Krome (USA), with no faults to advance to the jump-off. Of the seven pairs, just three put in a second foot-perfect round. The first horse-and-rider combination to go clear were Paul O’Shea (IRL) and Team Eye Candy’s Hellcat, setting the time to beat at 46.50 seconds, which would hold up for second place. However, their time in the lead was cut short as Lambre and All In Horses Cava, owned by All In Horses, sped through the course in a swift 44.86 seconds, knocking nearly two seconds off O’Shea’s time. The final pair to place a clear round in the jump-off, Catherine Tyree (USA) and Bokai, owned by Catherine Tyree LLC, followed their lead but fell just behind O’Shea with a time of 49.24 seconds for third place.

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Santiago Lambre and All In Horses Cava won the $37,000 Nutrena 1.50m Classic CSI3*. ©SportFot

Although Lambre does not plan to compete with his winning mount in this week’s highlight event, the $140,000 Bainbridge Companies Grand Prix CSI3*, he did share that All In Horses Cava will make grand prix appearances with him in the future.

“I have only had her a couple of months, but she is careful, fast, brave, and very scopey. She is improving at every show. Initially, we struggled with straightness, so we were jumping more at home and working on her flatwork to make her more rideable. Although she will not be competing in this week’s grand prix, she will definitely be back here next week to compete on the grass.”

Click above to watch the winning jump-off ride, brought to you by Athletes Risk Management!

For the full results of the $37,000 Nutrena 1.50m Classic CSI3*, please click here.

Friday morning’s $5,000 Omega Alpha 1.35m Classic held on Equestrian Village’s Derby Annex Field saw 20 competitive entries test the first round, set by Catsy Cruz (MEX). Only seven horse-and-rider combinations advanced to the short course while five finished their day double clear. Ultimately, John Perez Bohm (COL) and Julio David Vainer’s entry, Cazaan, secured the leading time as the second-to-last pair in the jump-off. The winning pair crossed the timers in the jump-off at 38.774 seconds, edging out Baucis D’Ouilley, owned by H5 Sport Horses, and Enrique Gonzalez (MEX), who had a time of 40.269 seconds. Finishing in third place was Ireland’s Kevin Mealiff and the Oakland Ventures LLC entry, Schugga Tschei, after clearing the course in 40.563 seconds.

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John Perez Bohm topped the $5,000 Omega Alpha 1.35m Classic, riding Cazaan. ©SportFot

Week two of the ESP Spring Series will continue through Saturday, April 16, culminating with the $140,000 Bainbridge Companies Grand Prix CSI3*. Week three will run from Wednesday, April 21, to Sunday, April 25, and will once again feature CSI3* classes. There will be a brief break before weeks four and five of the circuit, which run from May 5 to May 15, 2022.

To view the prize list for the 2022 ESP Spring Series, please click HERE.

Photo credit ©Sportfot. These photos may only be used once in relation to this press release with proper credit.

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