The 2017 Andalusian World Cup, held once again in Las Vegas, Nevada, welcomed 35 entries.
Lisa Scebbi and Daense Mystic won the four-entry Introductory Level Open class, with Nicole Chastain Price and Don Diva 2012 coming in 2nd, while Amanda Latta Portillo rode Maximus to a 1st-place finish in the Introductory Amateur class, followed closely by Barbara Lawson riding Dom Do Nico.
Sarah Pinney rode Cielo to a 1st place finish in the two-entry Novice A Open class, with Bryan Ludens and Lark of Honor Bright coming in second. Amanda Latta and Prince Charming won 1st place in the three-entry Amateur Novice A class, with Angie Zabritski and Cats Dunit Good coming in 2nd.
Tiago Ernesto rode Hercules DC to victory in the three-entry Novice B Open class, with Carlos Carneiro and Comeco hot on their heels.
In the one-entry Intermediate A Open class, Carlos Carneiro and Flash brought home the top prize, with Kendra Martland and Montaque leading the way in the three-entry Amateur Intermediate A class. Bob Lawson and Burladero came in 2nd overall in the Intermediate A Amateur class.
Sheri Prucka rode Xampu Interagro to the win in the one-horse Intermediate B Amateur class, while Dori Johnson and Fiona DC captured the win in the six-entry Intermediate B Open class, with Carlos Carneiro and Cielo Da Cartuxa coming in 2nd.
Carlos Carneiro also took the top honors in the three-entry Advanced level class, riding George Domb’s Andiamo 2005, with Joao Goncalves and Danes MOR coming in 2nd.
Top honors in the five-entry Masters class was won by Carlos Carneiro and Marilyn Hite’s Verdilhao, with Roy Pelkey and Flashy Freddy coming in 2nd place overall.