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Images | The Longines FEI World Cup Final in Las Vegas

Monday, 20 April 2015
Longines FEI World Cup Final 2015

Olympic champion, Switzerland's Steve Guerdat, won the 37th Longines FEI World Cup Final 2015 in Las Vegas, USA on Sunday after being Vice Champion twice. His winning partner was Albfuehren's Paille.
Olympic champion, Switzerland's Steve Guerdat, won the 37th Longines FEI World Cup Final 2015 in Las Vegas on Sunday after twice being Vice Champion. His winning partner was Albfuehren's Paille. Photos (c) Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com.

The podium: Steve Guerdat, Penelope Leprevost and Bertram Allen.
The podium: Steve Guerdat, Penelope Leprevost and Bertram Allen.

At 19 years of age, Bertram Allen continues to impress. “I knew I was in with a reasonable chance this week, thankfully it went really well to plan and it’s great to be on the podium today," he said after finishing third.
At 19 years of age, Bertram Allen continues to impress. “I knew I was in with a reasonable chance this week, thankfully it went really well to plan and it’s great to be on the podium today," he said after finishing third.

Together with Guerdat, Rich Fellers was in the lead before Sunday's final rounds - but unfortunately fell down the ranks to finish 7th overall on the veteran Flexible.
Together with Guerdat, Rich Fellers was in the lead before Sunday's final rounds - but unfortunately fell down the ranks to finish 7th overall on the veteran Flexible.

Steve's fans!
Steve's fans!

Another young and talented rider that rode impressive rounds was Douglas Lindelöw on Casello, who ended 8th on the overall standing.
Another young and talented rider that rode impressive rounds was Douglas Lindelöw on Casello, who ended 8th on the overall standing.

So close! 2013 Champions Beezie Madden and Simon had to settle for 4th this time around. “I have a fantastic team behind me and I’m so happy with the way my horse went. One rail down today cost me a lot but it’s been a fantastic week. I want to thank Las Vegas and Longines because we’ve all had a great time," Madden said afterwards.
So close! 2013 Champions Beezie Madden and Simon had to settle for 4th this time around. “I have a fantastic team behind me and I’m so happy with the way my horse went. One rail down today cost me a lot but it’s been a fantastic week. I want to thank Las Vegas and Longines because we’ve all had a great time," Madden said afterwards.

Jos Verlooy had a great week in Vegas, and ended fifth overall - just a small penalty away from the podium.
Jos Verlooy had a great week in Vegas, and ended fifth overall - just a small penalty away from the podium.

Lucy Davis was one of three US riders in the top 10, and ended 9th overall on Barron.
Lucy Davis was one of three US riders in the top 10, and ended 9th overall on Barron.

The final was full of young talents; here Martin Fuchs on PSG Future who finished 11th overall.
The final was full of young talents; here Martin Fuchs on PSG Future who finished 11th overall.

And finally, Steve Guerdat got the World Cup trophy!
And finally, Steve Guerdat got the World Cup trophy!

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