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Images | The top ten after the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Final

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pius-quidam-du-vivierPius Schwizer - here on Quidam du Vivier - is in the lead after the first part of the final in Lyon. The Swiss rider was clear and fastest of all on Friday. On Saturday he rides Toulago. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

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"Today was our day" - Quotes after the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Final in Lyon

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pius-quidam-citat"Today was our day," Pius said after his win on Quidam du Vivier. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The winner Pius Schwizer on his round and the track: "I watched Ludger's round and also Patrice's, and knew I had to be fast. I know Quidam du Vivier is a very quick horse, and also very careful. He has jumped better and better – and today was our day [...] I don't think I have to comment on Frank's track – he has years of experience and knows exactly what he is doing and he knows us all."

The standings after the first round of the Longines FEI World Cup Final

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pius-schwizer-quidam-du-vivPius Schwizer and Quidam du Vivier en route to their win in Lyon. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After round one of the Longines FEI World Cup Final, today's winner Pius Schwizer is naturally in the lead on a score of 41 points. Then follows Patrice Dealveau on 39, Ludger Beerbaum on 38, Steve Guerdat on 37, Abdelkebir Ouaddar on 36, Daniel Deusser on 35, Maikel van der Vleuten on 34, Billy Twomey on 33, Christian Ahlmann on 32 and Marcus Ehning on 31.

 

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Pius Schwizer shows the way at the first day of the Longines FEI World Cup Final

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pius-quidam-du-vivierPius Schwizer won the first part of the Longines FEI World Cup Final on Quidam de Vivier. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.In the first competition of the Longines FEI World Cup Final in Lyon on Friday, Switzerland's Pius Schwizer showed how to do it when he seemingly effortlessly took the win on Quidam de Vivier (Socrate de Chivre x Iris Landai). The victory might have seemed a little unfair from the home crowds' point of view though, as it was very close to a French win for Patrice Delaveau and Lacrimoso HDC (Landjunge x Cascavelle) who in the end had to settle for second.

Who will win the Longines FEI World Cup Final 2014?

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marcus-ehningMarcus Ehning.WoSJ asked Marcus Ehning - who will compete in the final with Cornado NRW - Jenny Rågdell Lagerqvist - grooming for Daniel Deusser - and Gert-Jan Bruggink - who is in Lyon to help Abdullah Sharbatly with Bruggink's previous ride Andrea - who they think will win the prestigious Longines FEI World Cup Final in Lyon.

The rules for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2014

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longines-rankingWith the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2014 in Lyon kicking off today, here is a quick insight to the rules of the final. The final is ridden over competitions held Friday, Saturday and Monday. The first part of the final, will be a table C class ridden over a 1.50 course. On Saturday the riders will compete in a table A class set at 1.50-1.60 meters against the clock and ridden as a Grand Prix class with a jump- off.

Watch live from Lyon

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longThe Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in Lyon can be watched online via FEI TV this weekend. The broadcasting looks as follows;

 

Friday, 18 April, Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping – speed competition, 20.00 – 21.45 CEST (local time in France, GMT+2hours)

The draw for the first round of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2014

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Draw-LYON14X0214.jpgNicola Philippaerts and Patrice Delaveau assisting with the draw yesterday. Photo by FEI/Dirk Caremans.McLain Ward will be last into the arena in Lyon this afternoon, while his fellow-American Kent Farrington will be the penultimate competitor when the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2014 kicks off. British veteran Michael Whitaker goes first of the 40 starters from 20 nations who are taking part in this 36th annual finale to the indoor jumping season. The first class of the finals is a Table C speed class. The draw for starting spots took place yesterday at Lyon's elegant City Hall which dates all the way back to 1642, and it was Belgium's Nicola Philippaerts and France's Patrice Delaveau who pulled the names and numbers out of the hat.

Arab and Asian riders ready for the FEI World Cup Final

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1134x756xAbdelkabirP20Quaddar.jpg.pagespeed.ic.Z7cYM17u2pMorocco’s Abdelkabir Quaddar won the FEI World Cup 2013/2014 Arab League. Photo by FEI/Morocco NF.With just four weeks to go before the 36th annual FEI World Cup Final takes place in Lyon, France from 17 to 21 April 2014 - the majority of the 17 qualifying leagues have now concluded. Amongst them are the Arab, Chinese, Japanese, South East Asian and Central Asia series which, between them, attracted 178 horse-and-rider combinations. The Arab league was won by Morocco's Abdelkabir Quaddar, who competed in six of the 13 legs and notched up 102 points after winning three of them. Qatar's Hamad Ali Mohammed A Al Attiya finished a very close second on the league table when picking up 101 points. Saudi Arabia's Abdullah Waleed Sharbatly was third in this series, which attracted 92 participants. A total of 65 horse-and-rider combinations collected points and the best seven results from the 13 legs counted towards qualification.

Ales Opatrny and Zandiro top Warsaw World Cup

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AlesOpatrnyZandiro5256mAles Opatrny on Zandiro. Photo by Ewa Imielska Hebda www.KadraSkoki.pl.Ales Opatrny on Zandiro (Zandor Z x Attache) won this weekend's Grand Prix of Warsaw. The event in Warsaw served as the final of the World Cup Central European League. With the only double clear of the class the Czech Republic's Opatrny took home the win ahead of the Netherland's Jody van Gerwen aboard the Andiamo Z-son Acord, who had a time that was 0.01 faster in the second round but on the expense on four faults. Lukasz Appel and Zarco (Corland x Goodtimes) were third with one time penalty.

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