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Steve Guerdat keeps his lead in the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League

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steve-ninoSteve Guerdat leads the Longines FEI Western European League. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After seven legs have been completed in the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League, Steve Guerdat is still on top having collected 57 points. Ten points behind the Swiss rider is Netherland's Harrie Smolders. Rank three is Germany's Marco Kutscher on 44 points, while Daniel Deusser is rank four one point behind and Kevin Staut completes the top five on 40 points.

 

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Marco Kutscher and Cornet's Cristallo shine brightly in Longines FEI World Cup at Olympia

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MarcoLondonMarco Kutscher and Cornet's Cristallo won the Longines FEI World Cup in London. Photo (c) Trevor Meeks.Marco Kutscher riding Cornet's Cristallo (Cornet Obolensky x Pilot) triumphed in the thrilling Longines FEI World Cup qualifier presented by H&M at Olympia, The London International Horse Show today. The 2003 European Champion snatched the victory by just 0.78 seconds from his fellow countryman Daniel Deusser on Carriere (Catoki x Contango). Appropriately for H&M day at Olympia, the Swedish company's rider Malin Baryard finished third on H&M Tornesch (Lux x Libero H).

Patrick Stühlmeyer takes a popular home win in the Grand Prix in Frankfurt

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SthlmeyerFrankfurtPatrick Stühlmeyer won the Grand Prix of Hessen in Frankfurt. Photo by (c) Stefan Lafrentz.There was more German success at the CSI3* event in Frankfurt on Sunday, as Patrick Stühlmeyer and Markus Renzel stepped up to the top two places on the podium in the Grand Prix of Hessen. It was a strong field of riders in this 1.55 class, but in the end nobody could touch the two German riders who were the only ones to produce double clear rounds aboard Lacan 2 (Lando) and Cassydy (Corrado I x Alcatraz). Stühlemyer was the fastest though, bring the time down to 35.66 seconds while Renzel stopped the clock on 37.27. "That's one of my biggest successes," said the winner afterwards. 

Van der Vleuten and Gaudiano take the Saturday in London

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2Maikel-van-der-Vleuten-VDLMaikel van der Vleuten and VDL Groep Arera C. Archive photo by Jenny Abrahamsson. Maikel van der Vleuten and VDL Groep Arera C (Indoctro x Voltaire) took home the biggest class at Olympia Saturday evening. As always Maikel rode a fast and fearless jump-off proving once again that he is one of the fastest riders in the world. With 16 riders in the jump-off the Dutch rider had plenty of challengers and it was Michael Whitaker and Valentin R (Heartbreaker x Indorado)that came closest to the win, 0,72 seconds behind Maikel. The British riders gave the home crowd value for money as John Whitaker and Lord of Arabia (Cassini II x Carry) secured third place with Ben Maher and Wings Sublieme (Oklund x Voltaire) following right behind him as number four. Reed Kessler made sure to split the domination of male riders as she ended fifth aboard KS Stakki (Stakkato Gold x Silvio).

Gregory Wathelet on top in Helaba Champions Cup in Frankfurt

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069_Gregory_Wathelet_Egano_van_het_Slogenhof Gregory Wathelet and Egano van het Slogenhof won the Helaba Champions Cup. Photo by (c) Stefan Lafrentz.Gregory Wathelet won Saturday's biggest class at the CSI3* event in Frankfurt, the Helaba Champions Cup. Being clear and fast in 30,67 seconds in the wininng round of this 1.50 class secured Wathelet the win aboard Egano van het Slogenhof (Electro x Nagano). "It's my first time here, and I like it a lot," said Gregory after his win.

Championat of Frankfurt to Hans-Dieter Dreher

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HansiFrankfurtCool and Easy en route to victory with Hans-Dieter Dreher. Photo by Stefan Lafrentz.Hans-Dieter Dreher made it a home win in Friday's CSI3* Championat of Frankfurt. Aboard Cool and Easy (Contender x Riverman), the German rider was almost a second faster than runner-up Toni Haßmann and Classic Man V (Cornet Obolensky x Gralshüter ) in the jump-off to take the victory in the 1.50 class. Mario Stevens and Baloubet (Balou du Rouet x Grandeur) completed the all-German podium to take third place.

Epaillard, Allen and Deusser on top in London

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epaillard-profilJulien Epaillard. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Julien Epaillard won the biggest class at Olympia on Friday, making it to the top in the five star Longines Christmas Cracker. Riding the lovely Casall-son Cristallo A LM, the French rider was one of twelve proceeding to the jump-off in this 1.55 class. Five riders produced double clear rounds, and Epaillard was the fastest one stopping the clock on 31.68 seconds.

Ian Millar and Star Power top ESP Holiday II Grand Prix

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ianespIan Millar and Star Power. Photo by Mancini Photos, www.manciniphotos.com.Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) hosted its Holiday Festival II this week on December 16-18, 2014, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL. The week featured the $10,000 Equiline Open Stake on Tuesday with a win for Ronan McGuigan (IRL) and Capall Zidane, and the $25,000 Holiday II Grand Prix on Thursday with a win for Ian Millar (CAN) and Star Power.

David Simpson strikes it rich at Olympia

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simpsonDavid Simpson with Ricci Rich. Photo by Kit Houghton/HPower.Young Irishman David Simpson took the Alltech Christmas Puissance at Olympia, The London International Horse Show, by storm, wowing a packed house with a bravado display of riding.

 

The contest, an annual favourite, went all the way to five rounds, with Simpson, riding puissance specialist Ricci Rich (Chatman x Cassini), clearing 7ft 3in (2.20m) in superlative style. He took over the ride on the 13-year-old grey gelding from Britain's Guy Williams, who the Olympia puissance on him in 2011.

A selection of photos from Geneva - part two

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Meredith-Michaels-Beerbaum-The soon-to-be 20 year old Checkmate looked as fresh as always in Geneva. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

A selection of photos from Geneva - part one

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Patrice-Delaveau-Lacrimoso-Patrice Delaveau and Lacrimoso HDC showed great form in Geneva to end second in the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final. Here Lacrimoso takes a moment to give his groom Jennifer some attention. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Images | The Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final

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Scott-Brash-63570Scott Brash had to wait to see if he would be crowned the winner of the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final. In the end, nobody could do anything about the world's no. one rider. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Images | The Rolex Grand Prix in Geneva

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scott2The dream team: Hello Sanctos and Scott Brash together with owners Lady Kirkham and Lady Harris. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Ian Millar and Baranus win $25,000 Equiline Holiday I Grand Prix

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MillarBaranusIan Millar and Baranus in their winning presentation with Kelly Molinari of Equiline. Photos copyright Mancini Photos, www.manciniphotos.com.Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) hosted its Holiday Festival I this week on December 12-14, 2014, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL. The week featured the $10,000 Equiline Open Stake on Friday with a win for Amanda Derbyshire (GBR) and Goldbreaker and the $25,000 Equiline Holiday I Grand Prix on Sunday with a win for Ian Millar (CAN) and Baranus.

Van Paesschen and Offel in top form as CSI5* La Coruna comes to a close

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trofeo-azcar-650x472Constant van Paesschen won Sunday's main class in La Coruna. Photo (c) Manuel Queimadelos Alonso / Oxer Sport.Constant van Paesschen won Sunday's 1.55 Azcar Trophy in La Coruna, riding Citizienguard Cadjanine Z (Canabis Z x Feinschnitt I Z). With no seat left in the whole of the Equestrian Centre in Arteixo, the competition saw an incredible eighteen riders go clear to move on to the jump-off that ended up as a very fast affair all the way down to the final rider.

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