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Equestrian at the 2007 Pan American Games

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Members of the 2007 Pan American Brazilian Dressage Team

Equestrian The Equestrian events included three disciplines: dressage, eventing, and show jumping, and were held at the Deodoro Military Club.

The competition is broken down into an individual and team competition for each discipline, for a total of 42 medals awarded. There are three members per team and one reserve rider in the dressage, and up to 4 team members in the eventing competition with only the top 3 member's scores taken for the final results.

Contents

Dressage Results

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The bronze-winning Brazilian dressage team

The dressage team riders complete a test at Prix St. George level, and the individual riders complete a PSG and Intermediate I level test, with the top 15 competitors moving on to ride for medals in an Intermediate I Freestyle test.

Dressage Team

The team results qualified Canada and Brazil to compete at the 2008 Olympic Games in dressage.

Medal Athlete Score
Gold Flag of the United States.svg United States

SAMMIS Lauren/ SAGACIOUS HF
POULIN-NEFF Katherine/ BRILLIANT TOO
HICKEY Christopher/ REGENT

68.633%
Silver Flag of Canada.svg Canada

DVORAK Tom/ BEAUMARCHAIS
CREECH Diane/ WIONA
BRESEE Andrea/ RAFFLES

67.250%
Bronze Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil

CLEMENTINO Rogerio/ NILO VO
COSTA Renata/ MONTY
ALMEIDA Luiza/ SAMBA

64.933%
4th place Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico

EGERSTROM Cristobal/ FERRO
PADILLA Jose Luis/ LOHENGRIN
BURSSENS Patrick/ DARK SECRET

63.533%
5th place Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina

MITH Sandra/ OCEANO DO TOP
ARMANDO Gabriel/ EUCLID
PROTZEN/ Vera KADIRMO

61.233%
6th place Flag of Guatemala.svg Guatemala

ROESCH Silvia/ Regina PERLA
LUNA Sylvia/ WESTERBERG
DAUBER Christa/ SERAFINO

60.367%
7th place Flag of Chile.svg Chile

GOMEZ Roberto/ TIZIANO
CODDOU Oscar/ BRIDGE
VARGAS Mario/ TEJAS VERDES MONTSE

60.000%

Dressage Individual

Medal Athlete Score
Gold Flag of the United States.svg Christopher Hickey (USA) /Regent 70.725
Silver Flag of the United States.svg Lauren Sammis (USA) / Sagacious HF 69.925
Bronze Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg Yvonne Losos de Muniz (DOM) / Bernstein Las Maris 69.50

Eventing Results

The eventers complete a 2-star level dressage test, stadium, and cross-country course. 5 teams competed in the eventing competition: Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, and the United States.

After the dressage test, the United States led with 143.40 penalty points, closely followed by Canada with 159.90 penalties, then host country Brazil with 173.20 in third, Argentina in 4th, and Chile in 5th.

The cross-country course was designed by Sue Benson of Great Britain. Run over 10 minutes, the 5,700-meter course had 27 obstacles and a total of 41 jumping efforts. After the cross-country phase, the Americans were in the gold medal position, with 154.80 penalties, followed by Canada with 177.10 penalty points, and bronze-medal placed Brazil with 192.60. Of the 26 horses which began cross-country, 21 finished. The teams from Argentina and Chile were eliminated during the cross-country phase.

All 21 horses made it through Sunday jog, moving on to the stadium course. Designed by Brazilian Guilherme Jorge, it was composed of 12 jumps with 15 obstacles, over 490 meters. Rails were quite common, with only 4 horses finishing without jump penalties and only 3 of those four going double-clear without any time penalties. The Americans finished the competition with the gold medal, the Canadians with the silver, and Brazil with the bronze.

Eventing Team

The team results qualified Canada and Brazil to compete at the 2008 Olympic Games in eventing.

Medal Athlete Score
Gold Flag of the United States.svg United States

Karen O'Connor/ Theodore O'Connor
Phillip Dutton/ Tru Luck
Gina Miles/ McKinlaigh
Stephen Bradley/ From

162.8
Silver Flag of Canada.svg Canada

Kyle Carter/ Madison Park
Sandra Donnelly/Buenos Aires
Waylon Roberts/ Paleface
Michael Winter/ Kingpin

211.1
Bronze Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil 235.6

Eventing Individual

Medal Athlete Score
Gold Flag of the United States.svg Karen O'Connor (USA) /Theodore O'Connor 52.7
Silver Flag of the United States.svg Phillip Dutton (USA) / Truluck 53.8
Bronze Flag of the United States.svg Gina Miles (USA) / Mckinlaigh 56.3
4th place Flag of the United States.svg Darren Chiacchia (USA) / Better I Do It 66.2
5th place Flag of Canada.svg Kyle Carter (CAN) / Madison Park 66.3
6th place Flag of Canada.svg Sandra Donnelly (CAN) / Buenos Aires 69.7
7th place Flag of Brazil.svg Saulo Tristao (BRA) / Totsie 74.2
8th place Flag of Canada.svg Mike Winter (CAN) / Kingpin 75.1
9th place Flag of Brazil.svg Renan Guerreiro (BRA) / Rodizio AA 76.7
10th place Flag of Brazil.svg Serguei Fofanoff (BRA) / Ekus TW 76.7

Show Jumping Results

17 countries were represented in the show jumping competition, and there were a total of 10 teams: Argentina, Brazil (defending bronze medalists), Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico (defending silver medalists), the United States (defending gold medalists), and Venezuela.

The competition for team medals occurs over 2 days. Courses were all designed by Brazilian Guilherme Jorge, who also designed at the 2005 and 2007 World Cup Finals.

  • Thursday, July 26: Table C Speed Class, max height 1.45m
  • Friday, July 27: Table A Nations' Cup (2 rounds), max height 1.50m

The individual competition will then begin.

  • Sunday, July 29: Table A (2 rounds), max height 1.60m

Show Jumping Team

The team results qualified Canada, Brazil, and Mexico to compete at the 2008 Olympic Games in show jumping.

Medal Athlete Score
Gold Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil

ALVES Bernardo/ CHUPA CHUP 2
VENISS Pedro/ UN BLANCS DE BLANC
ALMEIDA Cesar/ SINGULAR JOTER II
PESSOA Rodrigo /RUFUS

9.67
Silver Flag of Canada.svg Canada

CONE Mac/ MELINDA
HENSELWOOD Jill/ SPECIAL ED
LAMAZE Eric/ HICKSTEAD
MILLAR Ian/ IN STYLE

14.72
Bronze Flag of the United States.svg United States

HOUGH Lauren/ CASADORA
RAETHER Cara/ UBLESCO
CHAPOT Laura/ LITTLE BIG MAN
MINIKUS Todd/ PAVAROTTI

27.20
4th place Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico

LAMBRE Santiago/ CURANT
NIZRI Simon/ CATARO ASK
SALAS Eduardo/ RMW ESTINA
CHEDRAUI Jose Antonio/ DON PORFIRIO

34.89
5th place Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina

AMAYA Maximiliano/ CHURCH ROAD
ALBARRACIN Matias/ GAMA COCU
DOPAZO Martin EL/ CAPRICHO CORAL
KIERKEGAARD Ricardo/ REY

64.25
6th place Flag of Guatemala.svg Guatemala

ODRIGUEZ Wylder/ POMPIDU
DIAZ DURAN Augusto/ RUBINA
EL CASTILLO Eduardo/ PAESEN
RODRIGUEZ Juan Andres/ ORESTUS VDL

87.98
7th place Flag of Colombia.svg Colombia

ILLA Ricardo/ CALICO Z
RUIZ Mauricio/ RATOUCHA
RAMIREZ Carlos Hernando/ AMAZONAS

99.59
Eliminated Flag of Venezuela.svg Venezuela
Flag of Chile.svg Chile
Flag of Ecuador.svg Ecuador
ELIM

Show Jumping Individual

Medal Athlete Score
Gold Flag of Canada.svg Jill Henselwood (CAN) / Special Ed 4.00
Silver Flag of Brazil.svg Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) / Rufus 5.74
Bronze Flag of Canada.svg Eric Lamaze (CAN) / Hickstead 6.43
4th place Flag of Canada.svg Ian Millar (CAN) / In Style 9.29
5th place Flag of Brazil.svg Pedro Veniss (BRA) / Un Blancs de Blanc 10.84
6th place Flag of Brazil.svg Bernardo Alves (BRA) / Chupa Chup 13.09
7th place Flag of Mexico.svg Jose Antonio Chedraui (MEX) / Don Porfirio 14.85
8th place Flag of the United States.svg Cara Raether (USA) / Ublesco 20.53
9th place Flag of Brazil.svg Cesar Almeida (BRA) / Singular Joter II 20.66
10th place Flag of Venezuela.svg Pablo Barrios (VEN) / Sun God 36.03



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