McLain Ward will be last into the arena in Lyon this afternoon, while his fellow-American Kent Farrington will be the penultimate competitor when the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2014 kicks off. British veteran Michael Whitaker goes first of the 40 starters from 20 nations who are taking part in this 36th annual finale to the indoor jumping season. The first class of the finals is a Table C speed class. The draw for starting spots took place yesterday at Lyon's elegant City Hall which dates all the way back to 1642, and it was Belgium's Nicola Philippaerts and France's Patrice Delaveau who pulled the names and numbers out of the hat.
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