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Mixed photos from Gothenburg Horse Show - part one

Wednesday, 05 March 2014

Kay Neatham gives Marcus Ehning's super star Plot Blue a well-earned carrot. Plot went on to be second in Sunday's World Cup. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

 Douglas Lindelöw had an amazing weekend in Gothenburg. He opened with a third place on Balahe in Thursday's 1.45 class, and from there on he went from strength to strenght - also finishing fifth in Saturday's Grand Prix and Sunday's World Cup displaying some impressive riding. Fair Light van't Heike jumped super with Edwina Tops-Alexander in the Grand Prix, but unfortunately had one pole down into the quadruple. Emanuele Gaudiano checking out the fences. The Italian rider won two classes in Gothenburg. A very happy Emma Emanuelsson won the Grand Prix for Sweden on Titan after two fantastic rounds causing wild celebrations in Scandinavium.  The beautiful Cornado NRW out walking. Douglas and Lennart Lindelöw checking out one of the weekend's tracks build by Frank Rothenberger and Peter Lundström. Jur Vrieling also had a good weekend in Gothenburg - picking up one ribbon after another. Unlucky: Just a brick on the wall kept the tiny and super cute B Once Z away from the jump-off in the Grand Prix for Katharina Offel. The day after the penultimate vertical fell in the World Cup for Offel - then riding Lacontino. As always the French riders had company from their Chef d'Equipe Philippe Guerdat. Malin gives H&M Sibon a little candy as Peder leaves the ring. Marcus matching the fence. Nicole Persson rode the veteran Hip Hop - a much used breeding stallion in Sweden, previously seen under Maria Gretzer - in Gothenburg. How cute? Marcus Westergren's son did his very best to measure the lines.  Elie van der Kolmen relaxing in her stable. The Swedes got help from their trainer Henk Nooren.

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