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Vinton Karrasch and Coral Reef Follow Me II lead the way in World Cup qualifier

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vinton2Vinton Karrasch with Coral Reef Follow Me II. Photo by Thunderbird Show Park.Fans gathered at Thunderbird Shop Park for Sunday’s $100k CSI***-­‐W Facet Advisors World Cup Qualifier were treated to high flying action from Olympians, Nation’s Cup contenders and some of the fastest riders on the continent. In a field of thirty competitors, seven would advance to the jump off, with California’s Vinton Karrasch putting in the winning round aboard his new mount, Coral Reef Follow Me II.

 

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Images from the Longines Global Champions Tour in London - part two

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NickSkeltonNick Skelton was busy despite not riding at the Longines Global Champions Tour in London. Here are some more of the faces seen at the Horse Guards Parade. Photos by Lulu Kyriacou.

Images from Longines Global Champions Tour in London - part three

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BackdropIn the heart of London - at the Horse Guards Parade - horses and riders were present for the Longines Global Champions Tour. Photos by Lulu Kyriacou.

Manuel Torres guides Cinderella to second Grand Prix win

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cinderellaManuel Torres and Cinderella. Photo by ©ESI Photography.The clock didn't strike midnight on Cinderella and Manuel Torres at HITS Culpeper this weekend. The eight-year old Westphalian mare carried Torres (Leesburg, Virginia) to top honors in the $40,000 Grand Prix presented by Zoetis.

 

With only a handful of grand prix in her repertoire, Cinderella picked up her second high-performance blue on Sunday. "She's peaking really young," said Torres of the mare his daughter Andrea Torres Guerreiro purchased as a five-year old. "We started moving her up this year and she won her first grand prix just a few weeks ago. We couldn't be happier with how quickly she is finding success."

Images from the Longines Global Champions Tour in London - part one

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 IMG_4843The riders all lined up for course walk at the Longines Global Champions Tour in London. Here are some of the faces at the British event that what staged at the Horse Guards Parade. All photos by Lulu Kyriacou.

Juan Carlos Garcia on top in the CSI3* Grand Prix in San Giovanni In Marignano

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Juan-Carlos-Garcia-profilJuan Carlos Garcia. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Home rider Juan Carlos Garcia made it to the top in the CSI3* Grand Prix in San Giovanni in Marignano yesterday. On Moka de Mescam (Melkior du Montois x Quouglof Rouge), Garcia produced one of three double clear rounds to win with a time of 44.07 seconds in round two. Runner-up was Austria's Stefan Eder on Opus PSG (Contender x Landego) with a time of 44.32, while third place went to Francesco Franco on Banca Popolare Di Bari Cassandra (CashandCarry x Calato) who stopped the clock on 45.15 seconds.

Kevin Babington and Shorapur Take Top Honors in Agero Grand Prix at Silver Oak Jumper Tournament

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kevin_babingtonKevin Babington and Shorapur. Photo by Anne Gittins.As the 2014 Silver Oak Jumper Tournament drew to a close on the final Sunday, Irish rider Kevin Babington celebrated one of the most special days in what has been a long and highly decorated career.

 

First, during the pre-game ceremonies, his great mount Carling King, who recently passed away, was honored with a wonderful video production on the big video screen ringside. Put together by Jeff Papows and his staff, there wasn't a dry eye in the house as the career of the legendary Carling King played out on the video board for all to see. Once the video was complete, it was announced that going forward, the Leading Rider trophy at Silver Oak will always be known as the Carling King Leading Jumper award.

Thomas Ryan and Quite Zero make it a home win in the Millstreet Grand Prix

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Thomas-Ryan-Quite-Zero-3383Thomas Ryan with Quite Zero in Aachen. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Despite a strong British presence in the top ten at the CSI3* 1.55 Millstreet Grand Prix on Sunday it was Ireland's Thomas Ryan who eventually took the 16,500 euro prize when he outpaced UK challenger Ellen Whitaker by a comfortable three seconds in the final round. The 29 year-old rider was piloting the bay stallion Quite Zero (Quite Capitol x Landgraf I) to the only double clear of the class, as runner-up Whitaker had a time fault against the clock aboard Le Beau. Ellen's compatriot Holly Gillot continued her superb form on Dougie Douglas (Ard Vdl Douglas x High Roller) to end third, with the fastest time of the class but on the expense of a rail down.

The CSI3* Baltica Tour Grand Prix to Abdullah Sharbatly

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Sharbatly2Abdullah Sharbatly. Photo by Sylwia Mądrzejewska.Two weeks of showjumping concluded at the Baltica Tour on Sunday, with Abdullah Sharbatly winning the 1.50 competition on Callahan (Contendro x For Pleasure). A tricky track, built by course designer Louis Konickx, resulted in seven riders with clear rounds that were joined by another six for the winning round. After two victories on Friday and Saturday the Saudi rider won again with two clear rounds and time of of 44.45 seconds. Runner-up was Piergiorgio Bucci from Italy on Renata Du Theil (Quidam de Revel x Papillon Rouge), while third was Sweden's Mariano Maggi on Easy Contact Humlan (Quite Easy x Electro). The best polish showjumper who took fourth place was Jarosław Skrzyczyński.

Jesper Romp rides to victory on home soil in the CSI3* Ommen Grand Prix

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Jesper-Romp-Balouska-13547Jesper Romp and Balouska - here seen in Paris earlier this year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson. It was a case of total domination by the home riders in the CSI3* Ommen Grand Prix, with four out of the top five riders being Dutch. Best of them all was 19 year old Jesper Romp riding Balouska (Stakkato Gold x Pluspunkt), a horse that also was Jesper's partner at the European Championships for Young Riders in Arezzo earlier this summer. A German rider sneaked into second as Tim Rieskamp-Gödeking and Lauterman (Lauterbach x Liberty Life) finished off 0.13 seconds behind Romp in the jump-off. Third place went to Gerco Schröder on Cognac Champblanc (Clearway), Willem Greve ended fourth on Carambole (Cassini I x Concerto Ii) and Nathalie van der Mei was fifth on Africa (Guidam x Voltaire).

Images from Dublin Horse Show - part two

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 BlumannSelfieA little selfie with Daniel Bluman who is a very popular man in Dublin! Photos by World of Showjumping.

Rolf-Göran Bengtsson still in the lead of the Longines Global Champions Tour

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Rolf-Gran-Bengtsson-CasallThe man in the lead of the Longines Global Champions Tour: Rolf-Göran Bengtsson. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Two Swedes top the Longines Global Champions Tour standings. Rolf-Göran Bengtsson is in the lead, and Henrik von Eckermann is rank two with Edwina Tops-Alexander as rank three on the same points as Eckermann, but with less podium finishes. Twenty points separate Bengtsson and Eckermann / Tops-Alexander. Ludger Beerbaum is rank four, and Bassem Hassan Mohammed rank five. Three legs remain of the tours.

World's number one pair Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos are invincible in the London Grand Prix

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ScottSanctosLondonNobody could beat Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos in London. Photos by Stefano Grasso/Longines Global Champions Tour.World no. one and 2013 LGCT champion Scott Brash won the Longines Global Champions Tour of London Grand Prix presented by Qatar in spectacular fashion in front of a rapturous home crowd who would have raised the roof of Horse Guards Parade Ground if there had been one. From the very beginning, Brash was hailed as the one to beat and he never faltered aboard Hello Sanctos (Quasimodo v. Molendreef x Nabab de Reve) – that currently is ranked as the best horse in the world.

Home win for Michael Whitaker in the Massimo Dutti Prix in London

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MichaelElieThumbs up from Michael Whitaker. Photo by Stefano Grasso/Longines Global Champions Tour.It was home rider Michael Whitaker and Elie van de Kolmen (President x Darco) that flew to victory in the Massimo Dutti Prix in London on Saturday. The CSI5* 1.45/1.50 speed class took place in front of a very supportive British crowd who gasped and cheered as Michael dared his mare to turn tighter and faster. Second place went to world no1 Scott Brash and Hello Annie (Contendro I x For Pleasure), who led the competition from mid-way through the draw with an impressive round which looked like it would't be beaten. Third went to Tiffany Foster and Victor (Elmshorn x Grandeu) who had led the way from early on only to be pipped at the post by the two home stars.

Images from Dublin Horse Show - part one

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funnyfaceCharlie Jayne makes a funny face as he realizes he will carry the famous Aga Khan trophy around the lap of honor following the American Nations Cup win in Dublin.  It did not end well either as Jayne and Chill R Z parted ways later on, luckily both horse, rider and trophy left the ring without a scratch. Photos by World of Showjumping.

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