The track proved difficult and only two riders were clear to move on to the jump-off. The victory belonged to Lorenza O'Farrill and 11-year-old Oldenburg mare Calvira (Calvaro/Colander). They crossed the timers at 46.26 seconds, and were the only pair in the field to put together a double clear round.
Andres Azcarraga and 12-year-old stallion Contendros 2 (Contendro I/Drosselklang II) took second position with a final time of 44.84 seconds after they claimed two rails in the latter half of the jump-off.
Gerardo Pasquel Mendez and 13-year-old stallion Mighty Mouse (Quartz Adelheid Z/Codexco) followed in third with one penalty on the clock which kept them out of jump-off contention.
Relive the Longines Grand Prix action here: [jaw_y_video clip_id="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ6kXtS3Qs8" height="480" autohide="2" autoplay="0" loop="0" rel="1" ][jaw_clear]
Saturday will see the Copa Conade Big Tour and the Final 7YO Horses before the much anticipated Longines FEI Nations Cup of Mexico on Sunday.