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BH Princess de Revel wins GP at SHP International Indoor

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Doda Miranda riding Brazilian Sport Horse Princess de Revel (Cardento - Jezebel Tok x Quidam de Revel)

By Roberta Milani / ABCCH (Translated by Caroline Padilla)
Photography: Luis Ruas

Brazilian Sport Horse Princess de Revel won the Jaime Loureiro Filho Grand Prix at the 2022 SHP International Indoor ridden by ‘Doda’ Miranda, who won gold in 1998 and has now joined the Hall of Fame for two-time championship winners of Brazil’s most coveted GP in equestrian sport.

The three-time champions, José Reynoso and Azrael W (2005/KWPN/st Chin Chin - Uytha x Voltaire), finished second.
The Jayme Loureiro Filho Grand Prix, with obstacles at 1m60, closed the 32nd edition of the 2022 CSI-W International Indoor, the most talked-about event of Brazilian equestrian sport hosted by Sociedade Hípica Paulista.
Eight of the 12 pairs earned clear first rounds, five scored double clears, and just 10/100ths of a second decided the title between the two Olympians. Doda Miranda and his Brazilian Sport Horse Princess de Revel (2006/BH/m Cardento - Jezebel Tok x Quidam de Revel) were the ninth pair in the jump-off line-up and went clear in 43:27 seconds – a time that remained unbeaten until the end of the competition.
They were hotly pursued, however, by the last pair to enter the course: José Roberto Reynoso Fernandez Filho riding Azrael W (an imported stallion with genealogical regis-tration issued by ABCCH), who captured the audience’s attention and crossed the finish line in 43:37, the slimmest of margins behind Miranda, but sufficient to relegate them into second place... To read the complete article you need to be a subscriber

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