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Spooner Wins at CSIO Gijon

RELEASE: August 30, 2013
AUTHOR/ADMINISTRATOR: Andrew Minnick

Spooner and Caretol 2 (From @csiogijon on Twitter)
Spooner and Caretol 2 (From @csiogijon on Twitter)
Gijon, Spain
- After a second place finish on Thursday, the "Master of Faster" Richard Spooner one-upped himself and won the LACERA "speed and handiness" competition Friday. With Caretol 2 Spooner (Agua Dulce, CA) sped to a clear round in 79.83s, just fast enough to beat out France's Patrice Delaveau. Delaveau and Quenndal de Lojou HDC finished in 79.92s.

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