Mexico secured their second consecutive win of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Jumping Nations Cup 2019 North America, Central America and Caribbean League in front of a home crowd in Coapexpan.
Patricio Pasquel, Manuel Gonzalez Dufrane, Lorenza O’Farrill and Salvador Onate received 13 faults to take their second victory of the three-leg league, having triumphed in February's season-opener in Wellington.
O'Farrill, who suffered a life-altering back injury when she was kicked by a horse in 2012, was the standout performer for Mexico.
“I’m out of myself with proudness and emotion," she said.
“I had to work on myself inside and out with physical therapy and mental training, but it’s been worth every minute."
In second were the United States with 15 faults, while Canada were third on 22.
The third and final leg of the North and Central American and Caribbean League series will be in Langley in Canada from May 28 to June 2.
Mexico will be fancied to take the overall title and head into the event with 200 points in the standings.
The US are behind them on 170, while Canada have 140.