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Tuesday, 16 Sep 2014


Joe Clee best rider of CSI5*-W Mechelen

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joe-cleeJoe Clee. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The British rider Joe Clee took home the meeting price "Best rider of CSI5* Mechelen" after a very successful weekend. Joe was honoured with an Ifor Williams trailer. Beat Mändli finished second with Monday's Longines FEI World Cup winner Daniel Deusser as number three on the final ranking.


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Deusser vs. Fredricson in the Longines FEI World Cup in Mechelen

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Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site has made a head to head video from the Longines FEI World Cup jump-off in Mechelen on Monday. Take a look at Daniel Deusser with Cornet d'Amour vs. Jens Fredricson with Lunatic.

Scott Brash still tops the Longines FEI World Cup overall ranking

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scott-stuttgartWe are looking forward to seing Scott in the World Cup Final in Lyon 2014. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After the 6th leg of the Longines FEI World Cup in the Western European League, it is still Scott Brash who has the overall lead with his 52 points. Steve Guerdat is slightly behind him at 51 points, while Edwina Tops-Alexander is number three at 47 points after she earned another 12 points in Mechelen.

Quotes from the Longines FEI World Cup in Mechelen

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daniel-profilDaniel with the key to his new Land Rover. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson."It is fantastic to end 2013 in this way" said a very happy Daniel after his win. "I have had a super year and I know it is hard to repeat that next year, but I hope we can continue the good form."


Daniel did see Jens and Lunatic's jump-off before he went in and said this about their round; "Lunatic is a very fast horse, so my alarm botton was on and I really had to try. I decided to take one stride less to the double vertical and I did have a bit of luck there, but luckily the poles stayed. Cornet jumps the doubles really well so I knew it was there I could catch in a bit on Jens' time."

Daniel Deusser outstanding in the Longines FEI World Cup in Mechelen

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daniel-cornetDaniel and Cornet d'Amour made it look so easy! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Daniel Deusser and his fantastic partner Cornet d'Amour (Cornet Obolensky x Damiani) finished off an unbelievable weekend by winning the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League in Mechelen. The course designers, Lucien Somers and Eddy Geysemans, gave the riders a real challenge around the thirteen-fence track, and out of 40 combinations only four of them made it to the jump-off.

Simon Delestere takes the Last Chance in Mechelen

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delestre-ryanSimon Delestre with Ryan Des Hayettes. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Simon Delestere and Ryan Des Hayettes (Hugo Gesmeray x Ryon d'Anzex) took home Monday's 1,45 class in Mechelen, called the Last Chance. All the jump-offs in Mechelen have been really fast and today's class was no different. Simon finished in 30,49 with runner-up Joe Clee and Utamaro d'Ecausssines (Diamant de Semilly x Quidam de Revel) following right behind him at 30,86 seconds. Third place went to Jur Vrieling and Flash Dance V. Kalevallei (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Gottwald/).


Venezuela’s Emanuel Andrade wins $25,000 New Year’s Grand Prix

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emanuelEmanuel Andrade riding ZZ Top v/h Schaarbroek. Photo by Jack Mancini.One month after celebrating a team gold medal in the 2013 Bolivarian Games in Trujillo, Peru, Emanuel Andrade of Caracas, Venezuela, was back in the winner’s circle after claiming the $25,000 New Year’s Grand Prix on Sunday, December 29, in Wellington, Florida. Andrade, 17, made his debut for the Venezuelan showjumping team at the Bolivarian Games riding ZZ Top v/h Schaarbroek. The same horse carried him to victory in the $25,000 New Year’s Grand Prix, where Andrade defeated a 30-horse starting field in the International Arena at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. Five riders returned for the jump-off, with Andrade posting the fastest clear effort to take the win.

Jos Lansink vs. Gregory Wathelet in Mechelen Grand Prix

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Thanks to you can watch Jos Lansink's Zerlin M go head to head with Gregory Wathelet's Conrad in the jump-off in the Grand Prix in Mechelen yesterday.

Jos Lansink takes the Grand Prix in Mechelen

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jos-zerlinJos Lansink and Zerlin M en route to victory in Mechelen. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Jos Lansink and Zerlin M (Berlin x Concorde) pleased the home crowds by winning Mechelen Grand Prix - a 1,50 m class with 41 riders in it on Saturday night. Ten riders made it to the jump-off in the class, and half of them were from the host country Belgium - much to the joy of the audience.


Gerco Schröder and New Orleans (Colbert x Carthago) were first to go against the clock, and the Dutch rider did his best to put pressure on the rest of the field - but New Orleans' bucking on the long distance between fence one and two made them lose time. Eventually they ended fourth.

Annelies Vorsselmans joins Stephex Stables

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vorsselmans-vinginoAnnelies Vorsselmans with Vingino in Mechelen. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Belgian rider Annelies Vorsselmans will from the beginning of January join the team at Stephex Stables. After some successful years at Eurocommerce in the Netherlands, Vorsselmans now makes the move to Belgium to work for Stephan Conter – and thus joins the two successful Stephex riders Daniel Deusser and Eiken Sato.



Deusser and Mouse on fire in Mechelen - Vorsselmans wins the Queens Cup

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deusser-mouseThey won again - Daniel Deusser and Mouse! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Once again it was Daniel Deusser and Mouse (Limbus x Grundyman) that were showing everyone how it should be done in Mechelen! With a round that was 1,5 seconds faster than Deusser's stable colleague Eiken Sato on Othello de Lusse (Quercus du Maury) the super quick pair outclassed their competitors.

All Class From McIntosh in World Cup

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GetInlineSamantha McIntosh. Samantha McIntosh was in a class of her own last weekend taking the FEI World Cup qualifier at the Fiber Fresh Taupo Christmas Classic. The former Olympian and World Championships representative won the class aboard her sometimes feisty mare Estina [owned by Lakeridge Equestrian, sold by Tal Milstein Stables], backing up their victory in the World Cup leg at Feilding earlier this month, and was second on Argento, who was having her first World Cup start.

Daniel Deusser and Mouse move fastest in Mechelen

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daniel-mouseA winning couple - Daniel Deusser and Mouse! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Daniel Deusser and Mouse (Limbus x Grundyman) took another win together when they went to the top in the KBC Bank & Verzekering class in Mechelen Saturday evening. It was a 1,50 m class with 43 riders in it, and eleven of them went on to the jump-off. It was a fast jump-off with one rider after the other chasing the seconds, but no one could do anything about Daniel and Mouse's time.

Oh d'Eole now seen under Kevin Staut

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_K7X6165Oh d'Eole - here with Michel Robert at Hickstead this summer. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Oh d'Eole (Kannan x Papillon Rouge) can now be seen under Kevin Staut. The 11 year old mare has more recently been ridden by Michel Robert, who in October announced his retirement from the sport. The pair had some top results together, and Oh d'Eole has also done great under both Marc Bettinger and McLain Ward before she joined Robert.

ISHD Dual Star to Laura Chapot

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cian-oconnor-profilCian has sold ISHD Dual Star. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Cian O'Connor's ride ISHD Dual Star (Quickstar x Concorde) has recently been purchased by Laura Chapot. The 11 year old mare will do her first shows with the US rider during the 2014 FTI Consulting Winter Equestrian Festival in Florida.


Cian says to that he is delighted that Dual Star will be ridden by Laura, and that he really believes in a good partnership between the two of them.


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