Roberto Daza and Brownie and Cream Win $10k Lactanase 1.35m Open Stake at ESP Florida State Fall

Roberto Daza rode Brownie and Cream. ©Anne Gittens Photography.

Wellington, FL – September 24, 2019 – The ESP Florida State Fall competition concluded this Sunday with the $10,000 Lactanase 1.35m Open Stake at Equestrian Village. Roberto Daza of Royal Palm Beach, FL rode Brownie and Cream to the top of the leaderboard in this Sunday’s feature class, after crossing through the jump-off timers in 44.599 seconds with eight total faults. Pablo Barrios of Wellington, FL and his mount, Elana 22 followed close behind with eight faults and a 46.079-second jump-off to claim second place. Rounding out the top three with 51.831 seconds on the clock and eight faults was Alejandro Karolyo of Wellington, FL aboard Monica Carrera’s Bobbi Ciulino.

Hector Loyola designed the track, building a solid course for the large turnout of 25 competitors to contest. While only the top three champions completed the first round with zero faults, Samuel Parot also had some luck with the course. The Wellington, FL local was awarded both second place aboard his entry, Buga Z, after their 76.186-second, four-fault round, and third place with his Bahira S upon completion of the course in 77.207 seconds and with four faults.

To view full results of the Lactanase 1.35m Open Stake, please click here.

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