The Mexican Equestrian Federation has named the eventing team for the Pan American Games, which will take place Aug. 1-4 in Lima, Peru. Ricardo Pérez Conde is serving as chef d’equipe, with the following four riders have been named to the team:
- Pedro Gutiérrez Aja and California Mail, his own 7-year-old Selle Francais mare (Quite Easy X Varnalisa Mail, by Kalaska de Semilly)
- Guillermo Germán de Campo Marambio and Quelite, a 13-year-old Mexican Sport Horse gelding (Ohio W X Logica) owned by Eduardo Herrera and Alejandro Barrera
- Abraham Gaspar Ojeda Serrano and Tamara, a 10-year-old Mexican Sport Horse mare (Mezcalero X Nacozari, by Landor S) owned by the Mexican Office for National Defense
- José Alan Triana Martínez and Violento, an 8-year-old Mexican Sport Horse stallion (Conthargos X Nacosari), owned by the Mexican Office for National Defense
The reserve combination is Fernando Parroquín Delfín and Romana.
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