worldofshowjumping.com

Twitter-icon_new facebook_icon_new
Thursday, 24 Apr 2014

wosj_krismar_top

Team Canada wins $75,000 Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ presented by G&C Farm

E-mail Print PDF

showgirlA double clear for Yann Candele and Showgirl. Photo by Sportfot.The Canadian team of Yann Candele, Tiffany Foster, Eric Lamaze, and Ian Millar earned victory in Friday night's $75,000 Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ presented by G&C Farm, at the 2014 FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival (FTI WEF) in Wellington, FL. Teams representing 12 different countries participated in the evening's competition with a win for Team Canada over Great Britain in second and USA in third.

krismar_banner

Allocation of teams to Furusiyya European events confirmed

E-mail Print PDF

furusiyyaThe allocation of teams to Europe Division 1 and Europe Division 2 events has been confirmed for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup 2014 series. The following indicates the venues where eligible teams will be chasing Nations Cup points, but the starting field at these events will not be restricted to those countries alone. Other nations can also compete in legs of the Furusiyya series throughout both the Europe Division 1 and Europe Division 2 seasons.

The Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Al Ain to Ukraina

E-mail Print PDF

xFURUSIYYA-1-2.jpg.pagespeed.ic.JK9CTwpNlvUlrich Kirchhoff and Chacclan for the Ukrainian team. Photo: FEI/Neville Hopwood.The Ukrainian team won the opening leg of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup 2014 series at Al Ain Thursday evening. The win came after a jump-off between Ukraine and Qatar, were Cassio Rivetti and the 16-year-old Vivant secured the victory for Ukraine after a clear round that was 0.72 seconds quicker than that off Sheikh Ali Bin Khalid Al Thani who rode against the clock for Qatar aboard Vienna Olympic. 

 

The starting order for the first qualifier of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup 2014 in Al Ain

E-mail Print PDF

770x400xBanner_FEI-NC-S-Series.jpg.pagespeed.ic.60zsOhmdBJThe first qualifier of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup 2014 will take place at the Al Ain CSIO5* in the United Arab Emirates today. The competition has a field of six teams in it, and the starting order, which was determined by a draw held at Al Ain, will be as follows: 1. Jordan, 2. Ukraine, 3. Qatar, 4. Syria, 5. Saudi Arabia, 6. United Arab Emirates.

Jeroen Dubbeldam wins Furusiyya Rider of the Final award at the 2013 Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup

E-mail Print PDF

jeroenPhoto by Tomas Holbecher/FEI.Jeroen Dubbeldam today won the Furusiyya Rider of the Final award, which was presented to him by Saudi Equestrian's Team Director, Sami Al Duhami. Dubbeldam was selected by a jury consisting of former world number two ranked professional tennis player, Conchita Martínez, and former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, Àlex Crivillé. Both judges recognised Dubbeldam's disappointing retirement during Friday's First Qualifier, followed by the Dutchman's impressive clear round in Sunday's Final aboard his mare, Utascha Sfn - a magnificent turn-around.

France fights their way to the top of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final

E-mail Print PDF

JM-130929-TeamFrankrijk01The French winnning team in Barcelona. Photo by Jacob Melissen. France was the best of the eight teams in Barcelona on Sunday, taking home the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final. With a total of eight penalties the French riders could climb to the top of the podium, with Friday’s winning team Brazil in second position on a nine penalty score and Ireland in third on twelve penalties. With all the eight teams starting off on a zero score after Friday’s first qualifying round it was bound to be a thriller, and it was indeed exciting to the very last rider had been in the ring – and the course made it even more so with only four of the riders in the final clearing the track.

The starting order for Sunday’s Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final

E-mail Print PDF

fur_logoThe starting order for Sunday’s Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final is as follows; 1) Ukraine 2) Canada 3) France 4) Ireland 5) Great Britain 6) Belgium 7) The Netherlands 8) Brazil. All nations start on a zero score in today’s final so all is set for a very exciting competition in Barcelona.

The USA dominates the Saturday in Barcelona

E-mail Print PDF

USA_Winner_Consolation_Final_Furusiyya_FEI_Nations_Cup_Jumping_FinalThe consolation final of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup was won by the US team. It was all about the US in Barcelona on Saturday, as they took home the consolation final of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup – as well as seeing McLain Ward ending up on top of the Queen’s Cup on Saturday evening.

 

In the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup consolation final the Americans had to battle it out with the Swiss team in a very exciting jump-off as both teams finished on a four penalty score after round one. The winning American team consisted of Beezie Madden on Simon (Mr. Blue x Polydox), Lucy Davis on Barron (For Pleasure x Nabab de Reve), McLain Ward on Rotchild (Artos x Elegeant de I’lle) as well as Katie Dinan on Nougat Du Vallet (Scherif d’Elle x Saphir d’Elle) – finishing on twelve faults in the jump-off ahead of Switzerland on sixteen. The Saudi Arabian team finished third, and missed the jump-off just by two time faults.

Brazil on top at the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final round one in Barcelona

E-mail Print PDF

Rodrigo_MelissenRodrigo Pessoa and Citizenguard Cadjanine Z made it look easy in Barcelona and helped the Brazilian team to the top. Photo by Jacob Melissen.The Brazilian team was outstanding in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final’s round one in Barcelona on Friday. With three of four riders not touching wood once, the team consisting of Rodrigo Pessoa, Eduardo Menezes, Marlon Zanotelli and Alvaro de Miranda won the first round of the final with a score of one penalty – discharging Menezes elimination as he unfortunately fell off. Second best was Holland, and then followed Belgium – and these three teams will be joined in Sunday’s 1.500.000 Euro final by Ireland, France, Great Britain, Canada and Ukraine.

Ahead of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final in Barcelona

E-mail Print PDF

Get in the right mood for today's first part of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final in Barcelona by watching this promotion video, with interiews with Robert Splaine, Rob Hoekstra and Richard Spooner.

Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site

The starting order for the Nations Cup Final in Barcelona

E-mail Print PDF

FFNC_Barcelona_26_Sept_2013_low_resAll is set for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final in Barcelona. Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images for FEI.The starting order for the first round of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final on Friday is as follows; 1) Japan, 2) Spain, 3) Austria 4) France, 5) USA, 6) Ukraine, 7) Qatar, 8) Sweden, 9) Ireland 10) Colombia, 11) Switzerland, 12) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 13) Australia, 14) The Netherlands, 15) Brazil, 16) Great Britain, 17) Belgium and 18) Canada.

Facts about the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final

E-mail Print PDF

Furusiyya_FEI_Nations_Cup_Jumping_TrophyThe new Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping trophy.History will be written at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, Spain the coming weekend as the winners of the first Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Final will be decided on Sunday evening. This year’s new Nations Cup concept concludes with a global final and a completely new format.


The horse inspection takes place on Wednesday 25 September, while the draw for the order-of-go will be staged on Thursday 26 September. The first of the three final competitions will be held on Friday 27. It will be a one round class over a 1.60m course built by Spanish course designer Santiago Varela Ullastres, and all teams will compete. Only the top eight teams will go through to Sunday’s final. The remaining teams will get the possibility to jump in Saturday’s team consolation competition which again is a one round 1.60m class and which offers €300,000 in prize money.

Belgium, Sweden and Austria qualified for Barcelona

E-mail Print PDF

furusiyyaThe Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Europe division 2 came to a close yesterday. Belgium, Sweden and Austria took the top three positions in the series, and are thus qualified for the final in Barcelona at the end of the month. There they will compete against France, Great Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Ukraine, Canada, USA, Brazil, Colombia, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Australia, Japan, Egypt and Spain.

Victory for Brazil in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Arezzo

E-mail Print PDF

BrazilianTeam_S4_9929The winning Brazilian team. Photo by Stefano Secchi/FEI.It was a strong Brazilian team that took home the win in Arezzo and the 21st and last qualifier of the Furusiyya FEI Nations 2013 series Europe division 2. With a final score of eight faults, the Brazilian team took a convincing victory with eight faults down to France and Switzerland in second place at 16 faults. Great Britain followed in fourth place at 17 faults before Italy finishing at 18 faults as number five.

 

Best of the Brazilian riders was Marlon Zanotelli and the ten year old stallion Clouwni (Colman x La Zarras) who produced two clear rounds. Marlon who works and rides for Ashford Farm in Belgium, has shown some very good riding this season, and has proved to be a strong candidate on the Brazilian team. To secure Marlon and Clouwni for the team towards the WEG next year, Alvaro de Miranda (Doda), recently stepped up and bought half of the horse.

The starting order for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Arezzo

E-mail Print PDF

furusiyyaThe 21st and last qualifier of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2013 series will take place at the San Marino CSIO 3* at Arezzo, Italy this Friday, 6 September, attracting a field of 12 teams.

 

The starting order, which was determined by a draw held at Arezzo on Thursday, will be as follows: 1. Great Britain, 2. Belgium, 3. Colombia, 4. Sweden, 5. Brazil, 6. France, 7. Italy, 8. Poland, 9. Ireland, 10. Switzerland, 11. The Netherlands, 12. Austria.

Page 1 of 14

  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »