The Champions Series in Pirque also stood out for the participation of three female riders in the fourth animal.
The 22nd National School Rodeo Championship, organized by the Cordillera Association, ended on the afternoon of Sunday, September 3 at the Medialuna of the “Vicente Huidobro” Park, in Pirque, with a Champions Series that had Matías’ triumph as its highlights. Sandoval and Carlos Mann (Río Bío-Bío Association) and the participation of three colleras with female members in the fourth animal. One of them even took second place, that of Felipe Fuentes and Monserrat Fuentes (Asociación Linares).
The title for Sandoval and Mann, riding Trumaos Negros Suspiro and memorias de Pilauco Come y Calla with 28 good points, was a reward for their consistency in the championship that 21 colleras competed for.
The students of the German Lyceum of the Divine Word of Los Angeles started with 7, they repeated the number in the second bull to take the lead and from there they did not let go; They added 8 in the third and closed their task with 6 to be at the top of the score.
The thing about Fuentes y Fuentes in Quinta San Antonio Bramío and Rarimávida Holgazán was also very meritorious, since they started with 9 good ones, then they put 4, 7 and 4 again to total 24 points, which at the time had them in expectation, but the consecration of those from Río Bío left them in a spectacular second place.
Third were José Manuel Cortés and Adolfo Navarro (Santiago Sur and Talca Oriente Associations) in Doña Ventura Don Gaifa and El Tani Conserje with 23 good points. This couple came with options until the end, entering the fourth bull with 21 points, after scoring 5+8+8, but in the last race they could only do 2 more and with that they closed the champions’ ride.
Another collar that shone until the fourth animal was that of Florencia Figueroa and Luis Bernardo Allendes (Asociación Maipo) in Coyahuasi Preferido and El Vaticano Odre, who scored 21 good points (9+1+8+3), finishing in fourth place.
The fourth bull was also run by Mauricio Vásquez and Alejandro Varela (Asociación Cordillera) in Tanilvoro Castañuela and Las Patagüitas de Pirque Pincel with 17 (5+1+4+7); Vicente Rojas and Luis Felipe Rojas (Talca Association) in Ramal del Claro Buen Compadre and Millalonco Enamorao with 16 (8+2+8-2); and Paulette Ayala and Joaquín Rojas (Maipo and Santiago Poniente Associations) in Royal Tierra Tembleca and Vista Volcán Sorbo Largo with 11 (7+2+1+1), the third couple with a female rider and who, in addition, stood out for being from Basic education.
Before riding the champion, the award was given to the Best Presented Rider, which, like last year, went to Alonso Quiroga and José Pedro Pino (Valle Santa Cruz Association), while the Youngest Rider of the championship was Francisco Muñoz Carvajal.
The Breed Seal, chosen by Rolando Varela, president of the Cordillera Association, and Juan Carlos Moraga, was the mare Las Toscas Prometida, ridden by Roberto Hot.