The 112-year-old Nations Cup is the most esteemed bouncing competition on the planet, with simply the best ponies partaking, and among them is Alamo, claimed by Spain soccer worldwide Sergio Ramos.
The previous Real Madrid commander, who currently plays at Paris Saint-Germain, is a major equestrian fan and possesses a stud ranch close to Seville, Spain, where he breeds animals.
A while back, the protector joined forces with rider Sergio Alvarez Moya, one of Spain’s driving figures in show hopping, to purchase the best on the planet horse Alamo in 2019, when he was ridden by the Swiss rider Steve Guerdat.
On Friday night, Moya and Alamo played out a perfect ride and fixed Spain’s spot in the Nations Cup Final, coordinated by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) as a feature of the 109th CSIO Barcelona.
“Everybody likes him, he is an incredible contender and a decent pony. I own him along with Sergio Ramos, the best safeguard throughout the entire existence of soccer. He is the player with the most games with the Spain group and an extraordinary person as well,” Alvarez Moya said after his ride.
Sources on the equestrian circuit say that Alamo is esteemed near one and a half million euros.
This weekend in the Catalan capital, one more pony claimed by Ramos and Alvarez Moya, Eliante Z, was additionally taking part.
Spaniard Ismael García Roque rides this 8-year-old horse and is appreciative to have the option to cooperate with Moya, which permits him to hop with first class ponies in rivalries, for example, the Nations Cup, an occasion he depicts as “the Champions League of equestrian games.” EFE