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Monday, 28 Jul 2014

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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.

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The Grand Prix FEI World Cup™ in Olomouc won by Federico Ciriesi

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AT9P9713 The winning pair; Federico Ciriesi and Calida 46. Photo by Tomas Holcbecher.On Sunday afternoon, Olomouc arena bleachers filled to bursting and the atmosphere was thrilling. At the start of the Grand Prix Diamond Tour FEI World Cup there were 41 riders, 10 from the Czech Republic. The course of the Grand Prix was approved by FEI as qualification for WEG 2014 and CH-E 2015 in Aachen. The grant was 40,000 EUR. The winner of the Grand Prix was 23 year old Italian rider Federico Ciriesi with the mare Calida 46, who produced a clear round in the time of 46,74. The second place went to Jan Sprehe with Burberry 9 and the third place went to Maximilan Schmid with Quabs - both from Germany.

Images | The winners of the Longines FEI World Cup Final - Daniel Deusser & Cornet D'Amour!

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_K7X7474WoSJ has put together a little tribute to Daniel Deusser and Cornet D'Amour - the winners of the Longines FEI World Cup Final in Lyon. Here is how it looked as the amazing couple took it all the way to the top of the podium in Lyon. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Images | Course walk at the Longines FEI World Cup Final - part two

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_K7X6627German Chef d'Equipe Otto Becker shows WoSJ how wide the CWD oxer is! All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Images | Course walking at the Longines FEI World Cup Final - part one

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_K7X3143Thumbs up from the man who ended as runner-up; Ludger Beerbaum! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Same, same but different - at the World Cup Final in Lyon

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Marcus-Ehning-Cornado-19420At WoSJ we love to watch the riders and horses' different styles over a fence. Here is how it looked when the competitors in the first of the two final rounds in Monday's Longines FEI World Cup Final jumped the huge CWD oxer. Let's start with style icon Marcus Ehning on Cornado NRW. Photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

The top ten riders in the Longines FEI World Cup Final in images

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daniel-cornetThe winners: Daniel Deusser and Cornet D'Amour - clear in all rounds in Lyon, and well deserved champions! All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

"I knew I could have no mistakes" – Quotes after Deusser, Beerbaum & Brash end on top of the podium

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daniel-citat"I knew I could have no mistakes and that I had to be clear," Daniel said after his win. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Daniel on the question of whether he was nervous or not as he went into the 'Lion's cave' today; "Absolutely. When I went into the second round today, I knew I could have no mistakes and that I had to be clear. Then he touched number one straight away, but luckily I got my concentration back afterwards and my horse tried very hard today. I am happy that it worked out in the end."

Success as deserved for Deusser – takes the champion title at the Longines FEI World Cup Final

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podiumThe podium in Lyon; World Cup Champion Daniel Deusser together with Ludger Beerbaum (2nd) and Scott Brash (3rd). All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.After four fantastic clear rounds – and a clear jump-off on Saturday – it was no doubt that Daniel Deusser's win in the Longines FEI World Cup Final in Lyon on Cornet D'Amour came as deserved. The 11 year old gelding's jumping stood out already from the first day, and he looked to be in the form of his life. With tremendous riding from the charismatic German rider, who piloted Stephex Stables' and Double H Farm's horse skilfully around the three days of competition – nobody could do anything about this fantastic couple. Finding themselves in sixth position after the first day, and then in second after round two was done – Deusser was constantly in contestant for the title, which today became his.

Kent Farrington withdraws from the Longines FEI World Cup Final

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kentKent Farrington with Voyeur. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Kent Farrington has decided to withdraw from the third and last part of the Longines FEI World Cup Final. After his win in the second competition yesterday, Farrington was in a good position being tenth overall with a six penalty score. But with his horse Voyeur recently returning to the ring following an injury, the US rider had decided to take it slow and has withdrawn.

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