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Wednesday, 23 Apr 2014


Paul O'Shea and Primo de Revel win $25,000 Nutrena ESP Spring 3 Grand Prix

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osheaPaul O'Shea and River Dance Semilly. Photos © Mancini Photos.Equestrian Sport Productions LLC (ESP) hosted its third week of spring competition at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL, last week with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation events. In the highlight $25,000 Nutrena ESP Spring 3 Grand Prix on Sunday, Ireland's Paul O'Shea and Primo de Revel were the winners. O'Shea also won the $10,000 ESP Spring Rider Challenge.


Grand Prix wins for Beerbaum in Lyon and for Funnell in Lummen

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ludger-beerbaum-chamanLudger Beerbaum and Chaman. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The three star Grand Prix in Lyon had – as expected – a star studded field of riders in it, but it was Ludger Beerbaum and Chaman (Baloubet du Rouet x I Love You) that glittered tonight winning the class. Eight of the 39 riders moved on to the jump-off, were Ludger – who already has showed great form in the opening leg of the Longines FEI World Cup qualifier on Chaman – was fastest of them all in 31.54 seconds. Close behind followed another fantastic rider; Michael Whitaker on Amai (Nonstop x Bacara) in 32.11 seconds. Third was home rider Eugenie Angot riding Davendy S (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Pachat II) – also she clear in the time of 32.78 seconds.

The Z-Tour in images - part two

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ChristianTaloubetTaloubet Z was back in action at the Z-Tour with Christian Ahlmann in the saddle - flying the Zangersheide colors. Photos by World of Showjumping.

The Z-Tour in images - part one

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AlbertThey are in top form at the moment; first they won the Grand Prix in Dortmund in the beginning of March, then they won the Grand Prix at the Z-Tour last weekend and this weekend they were fourth in the Grand Prix. Albert Zoer and Abra Kadabra keep up their record of great rounds together, and look like a pair to watch for this season. All photos by World of Showjumping.

Grand Prix wins for Schuttert, Emanuelsson and Clee

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WinchesterSchuttertFrank Schuttert and Winchester HS won the Grand Prix at the Z-Tour. Photo by World of Showjumping.The three star Grand Prix in Lanaken went to Frank Schuttert and Winchester HS (Numero Uno x Nimmerdor). The pair was runners-up in yesterday’s 1.50 class at the Z-Tour, but today they were unbeatable in the five horse jump-off that concluded the Belgian event. Coming in as first to go in both rounds the pathfinders of the day ended as winners, and as always they produced a spectacular jump-off with Winchester throwing in bucks and jumping sky-high.

Three star 1.50 wins for Epaillard and Fredricson on Saturday

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JulienCristalloJulien Epaillard won the 1.50 at the Z-Tour on Cristallo. Photo by World of Showjumping.A lightning fast jump-off from France's Julien Epaillard secured him the win in Saturday's biggest class in Lanaken aboard the Casall-son Cristallo A LM. In usual Epaillard-style, the French rider went full speed around the shortened jump-off track and with an incredible turn to the penultimate combination he set the time at 40.92 seconds. Nobody could do anything about Julien, but closest came Dutch rider Frank Schuttert on Winchester HS (Numero Uno x Nimmerdor) who was almost two seconds behind on the clock. In third followed Oliver Lazarus on Curt (Contendro I x Quinto).


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The top five at the Gene Mische American Invitational in images

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BeezieThe winners of the Gene Mische American Invitational: Beezie Madden and Coral Reef Via Volo. All photos by The Book LLC.

Images from the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour - part two

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MadeleineBacaratMadeleine with Marc Houtzager's handsome ride Baccarat enjoying the sun in Oliva! Photos by World of Showjumping.

Images from the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour - part one

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RibbonsAs the Mediterranean Equestrian Tour concluded this weekend in Oliva Nova, Spain - plenty of ribbons were handed out with two Grand Prix classes - one on Saturday and one on Sunday. The sun was shining, it was warm, people were happy and it was great sport. What more can you ask for as a tour comes to an end? Photos by World of Showjumping.

The weekend's Grand Prix winners

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HolgerGPHolger Wulscnher and Fine Lady won the Grand Prix in Oliva on Sunday. Photo by World of Showjumping.Holger Wulschner and Fine Lady (Forsyth x Drosselklang II) were outstanding in the CSI3* Grand Prix in Oliva Nova on Sunday. Wulschner had one of four double clears in the class, and was more than four seconds faster than runner-up Rene Tebbel with Cooper (Colman x Limbus) securing double German on top in the Grand Prix that concluded the tour in Oliva in 25 degrees and sun. Great Britain's Tim Stockdale ended third riding the promising Fresh Direct the Toymaker (Casall x Joost) ahead of Cameron Hanley on Living the Dream (Toulon) in fourth with the final double clear of the day. Fifth was Katharina Offel on Charlie (Cornet Obolensky x Potsdam) who had a pole on the final oxer down in the jump-off.

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