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Home win for Gregory Wathelet in the Grand Prix in Mons

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RieslingGrerMonsGregory Wathelet won the Grand Prix in Mons on Riesling du Monselet. Photo by World of Showjumping.As last to go in a nine-rider jump-off, Gregory Wathelet stole the show on home soil at the CSI4* Jumping International Mons – winning the Grand Prix on Riesling du Monselet (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Laeken). Regardless of the pouring rain, the seats were filled with an enthusiastic home crowd who got value for their ticket money as Wathelet went all in to win. Gregory – who by now should be known to everybody after his bridle less performance in Paris this weekend – was cheered on wildly for every stride Riesling du Monselet made, and although the couple had a hairy moment coming very close into the third last vertical everything else went according to plan and they crossed the finish line on a clean sheet and with the fastest time of the day at 43.04 seconds.

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A win for Ole Kristoffer Meland in Budapest

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PC-Ole_Kristoffer_Meland-_Buckle_Up_1helyOle Kristoffer Meland and Buckle Up. Photo provided by CSIO 3* Budapest.The Norwegian rider Ole Kristoffer Meland won Saurday's Big Tour in Budapest aboard the eight year old Buckle Up (Colandro x Carentina). Meland had the fastest clear round in the fourteen-rider jump-off, and won ahead of Ales Opatry riding Acovaro (Acodetto I x Calvaro) and another Norwegian rider Dag Ove Kingsrød and Feloetsghe vd Rhamdiahoeve (Querlybet Hero x Heartbreaker). 

 

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Kevin Staut takes over the lead on the Longines Global Champions Tour overall standing

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Kevin-Staut-Silvana-HDC-386Kevin Staut is in the lead. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After his win in the LGCT Grand Prix in Paris, Kevin Staut has taken over the lead on the overall standing of the tour with 155 points. Rolf-Göran Bengtsson is just one point behind and the previous leader Edwina Tops-Alexander is on third place with 146 points.

Kent Farrington and Voyeur victorious in ATCO Power Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Spruce Meadow

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kent-smKent Farrington and Voyeur. Photo by © Spruce Meadows Media Services.The 'North American' TournamentCSI 5* at Spruce Meadows featured the $210,000 ATCO Power Queen Elizabeth II Cup on Saturday with an exciting win for USA's Kent Farrington and Voyeur. With an incredible resume of wins, this was Farrington's first time winning the prestigious competition. He finished ahead of Paulo Santana (BRA) and Taloubet, and Quentin Judge (USA) and HH Copin van de Broy, who finished second and third respectively.

McLain Ward and HH Carlos Z capture TD Cup at Spruce Meadows

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ward-smMcLain Ward with Derrick Cresswell-Clough, TD Canada Trust. Photo by © Spruce Meadows Media Services. The $85,000 TD Cup 1.50m competition was held earlier on Saturday in a winning round format with the top 10 out of 24 combinations returning for round two. McLain Ward and Double H Farm's HH Carlos Z were the only pair to jump clear in both rounds of competition. They completed the fastest of three clears in round one, making the pair last to go in the winning round, where they had the fastest clear in 44.58 seconds to take top honors.

Staut shoots to LGCT Ranking No1 with spectacular Paris Grand Prix win

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kevin-parisKevin Staut with Silvana HDC. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT.It was a triumphant home win for France in tonight's seventh leg of the 2014 LGCT Championship, hosted for the very first time by the City of Lights - Paris. The inaugural Longines Global Champions Tour of Paris Grand Prix was won by a thrilled and emotional Kevin Staut and Silvana, who left the arena to resounding cheers and applause from the crowd Second went to a very happy Pius Schwizer (SUI) with Toulago, and 3rd to Marcus Ehning (GER) and Cornado NRW.

Constant van Paesschen is on a winning roll!

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constantvanPConstant van Paesschen with Citizenguard Rioso van de Kape. Photo by Stefano Grasso/LGCT.Belgium's Constant van Paesschen has won again! The young star took the Prix Jaulin with Citizenguard Rioso van de Kape with a time a full two seconds faster the 2nd placed Marcus Ehning (GER) and Sabrina. While 3rd went to a very happy Jessica Springsteen (USA) and Zeros.

Pedro Veniss wins Saturday's biggest class at Jumping International Mons

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Veniss2Pedro Veniss won Saturday's 1.50 class in Mons. Photo by World of Showjumping.Saturday's biggest win at the CSI4* event Jumping International Mons belonged to Brazil's Pedro Veniss. Riding Amemoi O Sandor (Elan de la Cour), Pedro produced a lightning fast round on the lovely 12 year old chestnut gelding – to take over the lead from Katharina Offel and Pin Up Ouistreham (Jarnac) who took an early lead in the 1.50 speed class Prix Vivons Sport with a time of 69.49 seconds. Veniss managed to shave it down to 69.04 though, and then came Reynald Angot on Palawane du Sully (Rosire) and slotted into second between the two with a time of 69.16.

The WoSJ guest blogger from Paris Eiffel Jumping; Kay Neatham

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cornyThe forecast was for rain today, all day and thunder in the evening... It barely drizzled, so if this is a rainy day in Paris, I don't mind to have more rainy days! It's the 4th of July which is kind of big in America, barbecues and hamburgers, I'm told! To top the day off Germany get France at 6pm in the quarter finals, I am wearing my German team t- shirt just to be clear who I'm supporting, oh putting a target on my back, we'll see...

Corradina's retirement cermony to take place in Aachen

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_MG_3651We will miss Corradina! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Carsten-Otto Nagel's success horse Corradina will be retired during the CSIO5* show in Aachen. The ceremony for the amazing mare will take place before the Mercedes-Benz Nations Cup on the 17th of July. The decision to retire Corradina was made by Nagel and the mare's owner earlier this summer.

The WoSJ guest blogger from Paris Eiffel Jumping; Kay Neatham

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ParisTrucksA short word about getting to Paris...

 

Most of the time everything, because of proper planning, runs smoothly but that wasn't to be for our trip this time around. Left home, drove to Holland where I picked up a driver and a present from friends of English chocolate (Cadburys) – all was well...

 

About an hour later we all heard a clonk sound, I went back to check the horses and could hear something dragging on the ground under the truck... Went back to the front and said calmly that we should pull over at the next safest place. So we pulled in at the next exit on a small parking place, I got out and the batteries from the living had fallen out the bottom of the truck due to a rusty nail on the hinge, that holds them in. I made it all safe and it was smoking a bit, so we found the fire extinguisher put it next to the batteries and got out ropes, lounge lines and chifneys ready to unload in case.

Wins for Anciaume, Poels and Guery at Jumping International Mons

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AnciaumePaddockduPlessisTimothee Anciaume won Friday's biggest class at Jumping International Mons riding Paddock du Plessis HN. Photo by World of Showjumping.France's Timothee Anciaume won Friday's biggest class at Jumping International Mons riding the Kannan-son Paddock du Plessis HN. The 1.50 Grand Prix qualifier Prix Cleanbox was big enough, and in the end thirteen riders managed to produce clear rounds around the track set by Luc Musette moving on to the jump-off. Brazil's Alvaro de Miranda set an early target time at 40.02 riding AD Amigo B (Tadmus x Heartbreaker), after a blistering fast jump-off around the shortened seven fence track – and it looked very hard to beat.

Norway tops the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Europe Division 2 overall standing

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Furusiyya2014Norway tops the overall standing for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Europe Division 2 with 255 points. Denmark is second with 240 points while Poland is third with ten points less. Then follows Italy, Turkey, Finland, Austria, Hungary, Slovakia, Portugal, Czech Republic and Russia.

Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 top LaFarge Cup 1.50m at Spruce Meadows

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fineladyEric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5. Photo by © Spruce Meadows Media Services.The Spruce Meadows 'North American' Tournament continued with wins for two of this summer's top riders as well as an exciting first for a young up-and-comer in the International Ring on Friday. Eric Lamaze (CAN) and Fine Lady 5 topped the $50,000 LaFarge Cup 1.50m, Darragh Kenny (IRL) and Chin Quidam VDL won the $33,500 Pepsi Challenge 1.45m, and Wilton Porter (USA) and Diamonte Darco were victorious in the $33,500 Friends of the Meadows Jumper 1.45m.

Darragh Kenny and Wilton Porter win 1.45m jump-offs at Spruce Meadows

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chinDarragh Kenny and Chin Quidam VDL. Photo by © Spruce Meadows Media Services.Ireland's Darragh Kenny continued an incredible summer at Spruce Meadows with another win on Friday afternoon, this time taking the $33,500 Pepsi Challenge 1.45m aboard Hyperion Stud LLC's Chin Quidam VDL, an eight-year-old KWPN stallion by Chin Chin x Quidam de Revel. Including Friday's win, Kenny has now had eight individual FEI victories over the course of four weeks at Spruce Meadows as well as a team Nations Cup win for Ireland.

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Aachen images | Emotions & tears at Corradina's retirement c…

Aachen images | Emotions & tears at Corradina's retirement cermony

There were few dry eyes during the emotional retirement ceremony of Carsten-Otto Nagel’s fantastic partner Corradina 2 in Aachen on Thursday. Corradina 2 jumped to individual silver and team bronze at the Europeans at Windsor in 2009, to team gold at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky in 2010, to team gold and individual silver at the Europeans in...

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