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WoSJ Exclusive; Our top ten favorites for the World Championship title

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ludger-chiaraBeerbaum, Ludger (GER): Ranked as number two in the world it is not possible to leave the ‘maestro’ of showjumping out. Although his WEG-partner Chiara’s results have been somewhat up and down during the summer season, there have been some undoubtable highlights such as the couple’s double clear round in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Rome, and more recently their third place in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix in Valkenswaard. This is a pair that has a record of rising to the occasion; they were Vice-Champions at the World Cup Final in Lyon in April and last year they took European team silver in Herning, as well as finishing sixth individually. Ludger has no less than four Olympic gold medals, as well as five medals from the World Championships not to forget his fourteen medals from the European Championship. The record speaks for itself.

 

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WoSJ Exclusive; My dream top four final – Henrik von Eckermann

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In the week ahead of the kick-off for the showjumping at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, WoSJ asks some of the world's best showjumpers: If you end up in the top four final, which three horses do you dream of riding. Here's what Henrik von Eckermann answered.

WoSJ Exclusive; My dream top four final – Sergio Alvarez Moya

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In the week ahead of the kick-off for the showjumping at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, WoSJ asks some of the world's best showjumpers: If you end up in the top four final, which three horses do you dream of riding. Here's what Sergio Alvarez Moya answered.

WoSJ Exclusive; From Kentucky to Normandy | Riders who return

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_MG_3284WOSJ has taken a closer look at which riders that were competing at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky four years ago, and that will be back at the Games in Normandy next week. Spain, Sweden and France have few changes on their teams from 2010. Sergio Alvarez Moya, Pilar Lucrecia Cordon and Manuel Anon will all be back competing for Spain at this year's World Championships. For Sweden Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Peder Fredricson return. Malin Baryard-Johnsson will be reserve this year and Alexander Zetterman (pictured) who was reserve in Kentucky steps on to the Swedish team. Kevin Staut, Penelope Leprevost and Patrice Delaveau will once again be representing France - just like in Kentucky. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

WoSJ Exclusive; My dream top four final – Daniel Deusser

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In the week ahead of the kick-off for the showjumping at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, WoSJ asks some of the world's best showjumpers: If you end up in the top four final, which three horses do you dream of riding? Daniel Deusser could have chosen many horses that he has been on the back of before – Evita van de Veldbalie, Vienna Olympic, Ego van Orti, Lenardo der Kleine, Cortes'C and Codex One are all horses the German rider has been on. But Daniel went for a very different approach, and only picked one horse he has actually ridden in the past.

WoSJ Exclusive; My dream top four final – Maikel van der Vleuten

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In the week ahead of the kick-off for the showjumping at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, WoSJ asks some of the world’s best showjumpers: If you end up in the top four final, which three horses do you dream of riding? Here’s what Maikel van der Vleuten answered.

WoSJ Exclusive; From Kentucky to Normandy | A trip down Memory Lane - part three

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Rolf-Gran-Bengtsson---NinjWoSJ has taken a closer look at the horses that competed at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games four years ago and what has happened to them since then. Here is the last part of our trip down Memory Lane...The year after the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, Rolf-Göran Bengtsson's Ninja La Silla took the individual gold medal at the European Championships in Madrid and in 2013 the tiny gelding was retired and went back to Mexico to enjoy his retirement. Related articles: Retirement ceremony for Ninja La Silla in Gothenburg, WoSJ Exclusive; Thanks Ninja La Silla!, Thank you Ninja! and Ninja La Silla flying to Mexico tomorrow. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

WoSJ Exclusive; From Kentucky to Normandy | A trip down Memory Lane - part two

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Eric-Lamaze---Hickstead-_MGWoSJ has taken a closer look at the horses that competed at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games four years ago and what has happened to them since then. Here is part two of our trip down Memory Lane... The amazing Hickstead left us way to early when he sadly passed away during the show in Verona in 2011. Related articles: Thank you Hickstead (1996 – 2011) and In memory of Hickstead (1996-2011). All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

WoSJ Exclusive; My dream top four final – Kevin Staut

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In the week before the showjumping kicks off at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, WoSJ asks some of the world's best showjumpers: If you end up in the top four final, which three horses do you dream of riding? Here's what Rolex Testimonee Kevin Staut answered when WoSJ caught up with him during a Rolex WEG 10:10 call.

WoSJ Exclusive; From Kentucky to Normandy | A trip down Memory Lane - part one

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Edwina-Alexander---Cevo-ItoWoSJ has taken a closer look at the horses that competed at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games four years ago and what has happened to them since then. In other words; a little trip down Memory Lane... First out is the tiny Itot Du Chateau, who jumped into many hearts with Edwina Tops-Alexander. He was retired during the Longines Global Champions Tour in Paris earlier this year, as an 18 year old with numerous of victories under his belt. Related articles: Showjumping legend Itot Du Chateau to retire and Thank you Cevo Itot du Chateau! All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

WoSJ Exclusive; Looking back at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Final 2010 - 3

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_MG_5805The three medalists from the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky in 2010 - Philippe Le Jeune, Abdullah Sharbatly and Eric Lamaze. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

WoSJ Exclusive; Looking back at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Final 2010 - 2

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_MG_5589Vigo d'Arsouilles and Hickstead got to know each other during the final - both behaving as it was any given day. Photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

WoSJ Exclusive; Looking back at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Final 2010 - 1

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_MG_5321They didn't know it in this moment, but these two would end up as World Champions - Philippe Le Jeune and Vigo d'Arsouilles! The other riders in the final were Rodrigo Pessoa with HH Rebozo, Eric Lamaze with Hickstead and Abdullah Al Sharbatly with Seldana di Campalto. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Images | Visiting Ashford Farm - part two

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_K7X0155WoSJ went to visit Angelica Augustsson and Marlon Zanotelli at Enda Carroll's newly built Ashford Farm during the spring - here is more photos that shows what the beautiful new yard in Belgium looks like. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Images | Visiting Ashford Farm - part one

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_K7X0168WoSJ went to visit Angelica Augustsson and Marlon Zanotelli at Enda Carroll's newly built base for Ashford Farm during the spring - here is what the beautiful new yard in Belgium looks like. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

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