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Images from the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in La Baule | Part three

Monday, 16 May 2016
CSIO5* La Baule 2016

(c) Tiffany van Halle

Perfection! Leopold van Asten and VDL Groep Zidane N.O.P. only had a tiny time penalty in the second round, and contributed to Dutch victory. Chef d'Equipe Rob Ehrens seems to be in a luxurious position with amazing riders and horses to choose from as the Olympics in Rio is coming closer. All photos (c) Tiffany van Halle for World of Showjumping.

(c) Tiffany van Halle
Margie Engel-Goldstein is a veteran on the American team, and showed great form with Royce to go double clear.

(c) Tiffany van Halle
The stunning Fibonacci 17 jumped a second clear round with Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum.

(c) Tiffany van Halle
Not their day: Belgium had a hard time, ending second last and unfortunately Jerome Guery and Papillon Z ended with the discharge score in both rounds.

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Final finishes for Gudrun Patteet.

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Hermès Ryan just played with the fences and was double clear for host nation France together with world no. one Simon Delestre.

(c) Tiffany van Halle
Roger Yves Bost was, surprisingly, one of the combinations that fell victim to the time allowed in round two - but still went clear on the fences with Sydney Une Prince.

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Germany's Christian Ahlmann brought out Epleaser van't Heike, and delivered a clear in the first round.

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Kevin Staut had a pole in each round on his faithful partner Reveur de Hurtebise HDC, but still France managed to jump on to the podium as third placed.

(c) Tiffany van Halle
It was not Brazil's day, they ended last: Here Marlon Zanotelli and Rock n'Roll de Semilly.

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Steve Guerdat and Corbinian ready to go for Switzerland.

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Belgium's Jos Verlooy did two impressive rounds on Caracas, and finished with just one time penalty in round two.

(c) Tiffany van Halle
Daniel Deusser was the only rider on the German team that manage to produce that important double clear round, on the massive First Class van Eeckelgehem.

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