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Young jumpers take center stage at Kentucky Summer Classic

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watsonJoyce Green and Cassidy. Photo by Rebecca Walton/Phelps Media Group. All eyes were on the up-and-coming horses of the future in the Rolex Stadium today as they vied for winning honors in the 7 & 8-Year-Old Jumpers and the 6-Year-Old Jumpers. Chris Ewanouski captured the first blue ribbon with his 8-year-old mount Cortina, while amateur rider Joyce Green piloted Cassidy to the top prize in the 6-Year-Old Jumpers.

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Judge and Parot with wins in Gijon

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ParotGijonSamuel Parot won the 1.40 class in Gijon. Photo by CSIO5* Gijon.Quentin Judge and Samuel Parot kicked off the CSIO5* event in Gijon with each their win today. America's Quentin Judge took the victory in the biggest class of the day – a 1.50 competition with a winning round. The class had almost sixty riders in it, and ten moved on to round two. Here only three couples remained clear, and the fastest one of them was Judge riding HH Copin van de Broy (Darco x Brownboy). Andres Rodriguez on Darlon van Groenhove (Clinton x Heartbreaker) was runner-up, two seconds behind Judge. Then followed another American rider in third; Georgina Bloomberg on Juvina (Cassini I x Grannus).

Sharn Wordley and Popstar Lozonais speed to victory in Open Jumpers at Kentucky Summer Classic

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sharnSharn Wordley and Popstar Lozonais. Photo by Rebecca Walton/Phelps Media Group. Sharn Wardley and Kyle Timm each respectively picked up top honors aboard their speedy mounts during today's competition. The 1.40m Open Jumper class tested riders' speed and accuracy as they showed over 11 obstacles, which included an open water option and a vertical-oxer-vertical triple combination.

 

Matt Cyphert was the first to test the speed over the track aboard Lochinvar, leaving all the rails in place and setting the pace to beat at 62.275 seconds. The score did not hold up for long though, as Sharn Wordley and Popstar Lozonais easily made their way over each fence leaving out strides and shaving the turns to break the beam at 58.977 seconds.

Behind the scenes of the Rolex Grand Prix in Aachen

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_K7X7760Heiner Engemann congratulates a happy Christian Ahlmann as he leaves the ring on Codex One after another clear round in the Rolex Grand Prix. The pair eventually went on to win this prestigious class. Photos by Jenny Abrahamsson. 

Images from Aachen Speed Derby - part two

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 Olivier-Philippaerts-CarlitMore action from Aachen Speed Derby - here Olivier Philippaerts with Carlito C. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Bengtsson vs. von Eckermann in the Longines Global Champions Grand Prix in Chantilly

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John Whitaker makes it a double in Treffen

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WhitakerJohn_Argento_06_CSIJohn Whitaker and Argento won the Grand Prix in Treffen. Photo by © Michael Rzepa.John Whitaker was unbeatable at the CSI5* show in Treffen. First the British rider won Sunday's 1,45 m class with Lord of Arabia (Cassini II x Carry) and then he went to the top in the Glock's 5* Grand Prix with Argento (Arko III x Gasper).

Leopold van Asten on fire in La Coruna

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loppe-la_corunaLeopold van Asten celebrates his win on VDL Groep Zidane. Photo by Manuel Queimadelos.Dutch rider Leopold van Asten couldn't be stopped in the CSI4* La Coruna Grand Prix. The Dutch rider won the class riding the 10 year old VDL Groep Zidane (Heartbreaker x Calando I). Second place went to Karim Elzoghby on Amelia (Cantos), and third place to Laura Renwick with Bintang II (Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve x Orlando). Catherine Pasmore and Bonanza van Paemel (Darco x Sheyenne de Baugy) got hold of the fourth place.

 

Twelve of 43 riders made it to the jump-off, where only the top four cleared the course a second time. The fastest four faulter - and the fastest overall - was David Will with Mic Mac du Tillard (Cruising x Galoubet A) followed by Jose Maria Larocca with GDE Matrix (Cardento x Maximus).

Luck of the Irish rules the day as Ronan McGuigan takes the win in HITS Grand Prix

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ronan-hitsRonan McGuigan and Capall Zidane. Photo by HITS, Inc. Of the six jump-off contenders in Sunday's $75,000 HITS Grand Prix presented by Zoetis, four boasted the colors of Ireland. Ronan McGuigan, Darragh Kerins, with two horses, and Jonathan McCrea made their home country proud as they bested a field of 29 starters. Try as they might, ultimately neither Kerins nor McCrea could catch McGuigan and Capall Zidane.

Americans dominate at International Bromont World Cup Qualifier

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todd-wcTodd Minikus and Quality Girl. Photo by Tom Von Kap-Herr.The 2014 International Bromont's final event, the World Cup qualifier, ended with American riders dominating, as they took seven of the top ten places, including the top five. Designed for testing both the technical and athletic abilities of participating riders, the course created by Venezuela's Leopoldo Palacios, featured 13 obstacles for 16 efforts in a time allowed of 93 seconds.

Gold to Robert Murphy, Amalie Hegre and Irma Karlsson at the European Championships in Arezzo

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arezzoThe Swedish rider Irma Karlsson won the European Championship for young riders in Arezzo riding Cornet (Cornet Obolensky x Caletto I). Karlsson ended on a total score of 5,24 penalties while the silver medalist - Germany's Kaya Lüthi with Pret A Tout (Hiram Chambertin x Stew Boy) - ended on 7,78 penalties. The bronze medal went to Laura Klaphake, also from Germany, riding Nifrane de Kreisker (Carnute x Papillion Rouge).

 

Sunday's Grand Prix winners

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generellTazio Sugitani won the CSI3* Ascona Grand Prix by being the fastest one of two double clears riding Avenzio 3 (Animo x Erdball). Second place went to Janika Sprunger with Geena (Darco x Kannan) while third place went to Oliver Lazarus with Pour Le Poussage (Polytraum x Ladalco).

 

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Candice King wins FEI Jumper Open 1.50m at International Bromont

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candiceCandice King and Balous Day Date. Photo by Tom Von Kap-Herr.For the second FEI at International Bromont CSI3*-W, American rider Candice King shines taking first and third place with Balous Day Date and Ferron, respectively. Venezuelan Leopoldo Palacios' course included two difficult double combinations, however, seven pairs made it to the jump-off. The United States dominated this second event getting six of the top 10 places.

Cameron Hanley wins the Airbus Group Masters in Chantilly

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cameronCameron Hanley. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT.The final class of the Longines Global Champions Tour of Chantilly event, the Airbus Group Masters, was won by Ireland's Cameron Hanley with Antello Z who rode a strategic jump-off round to finish top of the class. Second went to Kent Farrington (USA) and Gazelle, and third to Jane Richard Philips (SUI) and Dieudonne de Guldenboom - Jane's third third placing of the show!

Conor Swail and Lansdowne take the Trofeo Longines in La Coruna

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conor-la_corunaThe winner: Conor Swail. Photo by Manuel Queimadelos.Conor Swail won the 1,50 m Trofeo Longines at the CSI4* La Coruna on Saturday. Riding Lansdowne (Guidam x Wolfgang), the Irish rider was slightly faster than runner-up Samuel Parot on Quick du Pottier (Hurlevent de Breka). Then it was almost two seconds down to third placed Bernardo Alves on Starling 7 (Stakkato x Calvaro), who was followed by Sergio Alvarez Moya aboard Carlo (Contender x Cascavelle) and Daniel Neilson on Varo M (Pierrot x Weinfurst).

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