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The Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final – Daniel Deusser vs. Patrice Delaveau

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Wins for Van der Schans, Whitaker and Vrieling in Maastricht

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WoutjanAudiWout-Jan van der Schans won the biggest class in Maastricht on Saturday riding Sacramento. Photo by Jumping Indoor Maastricht.Home rider Wout-Jan van der Schans won the biggest class in Maastricht on Saturday riding Sacramento (Leendert x Corlando). The Audi Prize had a track set at 1.50, and ten out of the 46 riders made it to the jump-off after being clear around the first round track designed by Louis Konickx– where the final triple combination with a verical-vertical-oxer caused most of the problems for the horses and riders.


Coming in as second last to go against the clock, Wout-Jan van der Schans and the 13 year old gelding stole the win – pushing Leopold van Asten with VDL Groep Zidane (Heartbreaker x Calando I) to second and Gert Jan Bruggink on Primeval Dejavu (Heartbreaker x Ramiro) down to third – ensuring triple Dutch on top. “Sacramento is currently in shape and because of that I could go really fast. However, tomorrow I will start Cape Town in the Grand Prix. Right now I have all the luck that I have two horses that can compete at this level,” van der Schans said after his win.

Charlie Jacobs and Flaming Star win $50,000 Holiday & Horses CSI-W 2* Grand Prix

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Charlie-Jacobs-and-Flaming-StarCharlie Jacobs and Flaming Star won the CSI2*-W Grand Prix in Wellington. Photo (c) Mancini Photos.The $50,000 Holiday & Horses CSI-W 2* Grand Prix was held on Saturday night at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL, with a win for Charlie Jacobs (USA) and CMJ Sporthorse LLC's Flaming Star. In an exciting four-horse jump-off with over 4,000 fans cheering them on, Jacobs and Flaming Star topped Tim Gredley (GBR) and Unex Chamberlain Z, Jessica Springsteen (USA) and Vindicat W, and Catherine Pasmore (USA) and Bonanza Van Paemel for the win.

The WoSJ guest blogger from the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final; Kay Neatham – Top 10 day

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Top10betsHi everone,

 

It's Top 10 day.. This will be my 5th time grooming for a top ten participant. Once for Beat Mändli and 4 times for Marcus. Never been higher than 5th place and today showed that fact was not about to change!


There are some things in sport that you kind of want win and this would be one of those classes on my list, it looks like I'll have to do another year in the sport then! If that's enough... Every year, for as long as I can remember, we have had a betting board in the stable, this year was no different and Daniel was the favorite, also Ludger and Rodrigo's top tip, how right they were.

The WoSJ guest blogger from the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final; Kay Neatham – behind the scenes snapshots

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winnersThe winners: Jenny and Evita with a sign last year's winning groom Emma had made!

Behind the scenes at the Rolex IJRC Final - The Top 10 Grooms

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Top10groomsThe top ten grooms in Stockholm: Claude (Bosty), Daley (Ben), Heidi (Steve), Lais (front - Gerco), Kay (back - Marcus), Katta (back - Ludger), Jenny (front - Daniel), Fabien (Patrice), Margaux (Kevin) and Emma (Christian). Huge thanks to our guest blogger Kay for all the photos!

Daniel Deusser shows dazzling form to win the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final

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Daniel__Patrice__Ben__Rolex_IJRC_Top_10_Final_2The top three in the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final in Stockholm; Daniel Deusser, Patrice Delaveau and Ben Maher. Photographer: Peter Zachrisson - www.rgbpictures.se.Despite being called in to ride the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final at the last minute, Daniel Deusser won the prestigious class on Evita van de Veldbalie (Wandor vd Mispelaere x Clinton) Saturday night. Deusser has had a tremendous year – and his mare has gone from strength to strength the last months, winning both the Master class in Lyon and in Stuttgart during November, and now also the Top 10 Final. After producing one of the only two double clears in the class, and shaving off 0.20 seconds on runner-up Patrice Delaveau’s time – Daniel could celebrate one of the biggest wins ever. “I am unbelievably happy ,” the sympathetic German rider said after his win adding that it was not the best of jump-offs he did, and that he really had to speed up to the two last fences to catch Dealveau. “It’s one of the biggest victories in my career so far […] I am very happy,” Daniel smiled.

The Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final – The riders in it: Ben Maher

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ben-cellaWorld nr. one Ben Maher in action in Herning on Cella. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The final presentation in our countdown towards the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final tonight belongs to the world’s number one; Ben Maher. The British rider has had a year to remember; winning the European team gold medal for Britain and the individual silver – riding Cella. Maher took over as the world’s leading rider following his success in Herning, and in addition to the medals he won in Denmark he has big wins from Basel, Wellington, La Baule, London, Cannes, Aachen, Hickstead, Vienna, Verona and Stuttgart this year as well as being on the winning British Nations Cup team in Dublin in August.

All about the Fredricsons in Stockholm

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Peder-Fredricson---HM-Cash-In_1_WoSJPeder Fredricson en route to one of his two victories yesterday - here in the big class on H&M Cash In. Photographer: Peter Zachrisson - www.rgbpictures.se.Peder Fredricson had a good day at the office, and won both five star classes at Stockholm International Horse Show on Friday. First the Swedish rider won the 1.40 class on H&M Sibon (Sibon W  x Baloubet du Rouet), before he went on to be victorious in the 1.50 class as well on H&M Cash In (Cashandcarry x Corofino I) - taking home the car that was the top prize. His brother Jens was also very consistent, as he finished second in both classes – on Avon (Quidam de Revel x Cortez) in the 1.40 class and on Lunatic (Landlord x Utrillo) in the big class, just fractions behind Peder in both classes.

The WoSJ guest blogger from the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final; Kay Neatham – xmas carriages & pink castles

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kuchestablesHi everyone,

 

Woke up before my alarm feeling normal, but the mirror seems to think I look more tired than yesterday!! Katta and I then headed off to the stables with Jenny and coffee in hand.. Gonna be a good day!

 

Copin had slept to well and was half un-dressed when I looked in his stable this morning and Kuche had been sleeping, lying down from the straw on her blanket... Both were hungry for breakfast.

The WoSJ guest blogger from the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final; Kay Neatham – behind the scenes snapshots

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KuchexmastreeKuche found a Christmas tree she liked!

Frances Land and Vieanne top $33,000 G&C Farm 1.45m Classic

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Frances-Land-and-VieanneFrances Land and Vieanne. Photo (c) Mancini Photos.Nineteen-year-old Frances Land (USA) and Vieanne were the winners in Friday's $33,000 G&C Farm 1.45m Classic at Equestrian Sport Productions' Holiday & Horses competition in Wellington, FL, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC). Anthony D'Ambrosio, of Red Hook, NY, is the course designer in the International Arena at PBIEC this week. For Friday's $33,000 G&C Farm 1.45m Classic, D'Ambrosio set the course for 38 entries with just four clear rounds to advance to the jump-off. First to go, Frances Land and Vieanne set a blazing fast pace of 35.09 seconds over the short course that could not be topped.

Home wins for Hendrix and Vrieling in Maastricht

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HendrixVeryNiceTimothy Hendrix won Friday's biggest class in Maastricht on Very Nice. Photo by WoSJ.Two home riders ended up on top in the international three star classes in Maastricht on Friday; Timothy Hendrix and Jur Vrieling. Aboard the 11 year old gelding Very Nice (Cantos x Candillo), Hendrix rode one of nine double clears in the 1.50 class – and as fourth last to go in the jump-off he shaved off over a second around the shortened seven fence track on then-leader Jessica Kürten’s time. The last two in the jump-off could not do anything about the leader, but second-last to-go Lars Nieberg ended third on Leonie W (Lorenco x Grandeur) and the final rider was Bart Bles slotted into the runner-up position on Lord Sandro DDH (Lordanos x Sandro).

Advertisement; In The Spotlight – Gentleman selling at Brightwells Elite December 7th Auction

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grahamThen: Amy Graham at a Pony Club gymkhana in South Australia on her pony Fluffy.

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