If García became the first woman to participate in the prestigious Madrid Grand Prix on July 5, this time she was the first to win a category A race, a milestone that she achieved on the back of ‘Noray’ and which drew a huge standing ovation from the stands.

His triumph was precisely in the race that closed this first day of the season, disputed over 2,000 meters in which his mount was superior to the start, managing to take a distance that he knew how to endure before the push of his rivals. Garcia, a mother of three, savored her triumph by just half a length ahead of ‘Atty Persse’.

On the other hand, Sunday opened with the Azafata Award, reserved fillies of two years were developed over a distance of 1,500 meters and where ‘Giannina’ was imposed, while in the second, the Abraham García Award, for the copies of three years, the final victory went to the favorite ‘Orzowey’.

In the third race, the Ricardo Ruíz Benítez de Lugo Grand Prix, reserved for the best mares on the Spanish scene and over a distance of 2,200 m, ‘Cabuérniga’ had a nice duel with ‘Tarantela’. The day was completed with the triumph of ‘Topa’ in the Zalduendo Prize, for foals and fillies of two years debutantes and over 1,400 m.