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Advertisement; Holsteiner Elite Riding Horse Auction 2014

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The Holsteiner elite riding horse auction is just around the corner: from 30 October to 1 November breed and equestrian enthusiasts from all over the world come together at the Neumünster Holstenhalle.

 

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Beezie Madden wins $33,000 Keystone Classic at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show

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14PNHSBeezieMadden_CoralReef-WEBKeystone Classic winners Beezie Madden and Coral Reef Via Volo. Photo (c) Al Cook.Speed was the name of the game in the $33,000 Keystone Classic at the Pennsylvania Horse Show. Some of the biggest names in the sport competed in the class and the spectators cheered and urged on their favorite rider as they galloped around the course. Beezie Madden, of Cazenovia, NY, and her 2012 Olympic team partner Coral Reef Via Volo, 24th into the ring, sailed around the course faultlessly in an unbeatable time of 59.52 seconds to clinch the win out of the 29 starters. The mare is known around the barn as "Shrimp" for her tiny size of 15.2 hands.

A win for Tim Rieskamp-Goedeking in Odense

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tim-rieskampTim Rieskamp-Goedeking and Quapitola de Beaufor. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Tim Rieskamp-Goedeking took home Saturday's biggest class at the CSI3* event in Odense. Aboard Quapitola de Beaufor (Diamant de Semilly x Kannan), the German rider went to the top in the 1.50 Grand Prix qualifier presented by Orifarm. Rieskamp-Goedeking was clear in both rounds, stopping the clock on 33.20 seconds after his jump-off. Johannes Ehning was once again the runner-up, this time aboard Salvador V (Calvados x Voltaire) with a time of 34.29 in the second phase. Third place went to Jörg Naeve on Cashflow 6 (Cash and Carry x Quinar).

Gulliksen and Melby win the Puissance in Oslo

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johanA happy Johan Sebastian Gulliksen at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show. Photo by WoSJ.Home riders Johan Sebastian Gulliksen and Kevin Melby split a very popular home win in the late puissance class at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show Saturday evening. Four riders cleared the wall at 2 meters in the third round. Dag Ove Kingsrød chose not to enter the fourth round with Clarkes Ferro (Creevagh Ferro ex Siebe x Diamonds Are Trumps), while Joe Clayton and Noctambule Courcelle (Fidelio du Donjon SF) literally met the wall in the fourth round.

 

Aboard Vasko (Karlstad x Topas) Melby entered the arena facing the 2.10 meter wall. They gave it a go, but could not leave the wall intact. The young Norwegian talent Johan Sebastian Gulliksen and Grand Balou 4 (Balou du Rouet x Grandeur), a horse we normally see with Johan’s father Geir Gulliksen, was the last combination to enter the arena. Like the rest of the Gulliksen-family Johan always rides to win. Unfortunately also Johan had to se a brick fall, but it was good enough for a split win and to make the home crowd more than pleased with a great finish to a long Saturday in the arena.

 

Michael Whitaker and Viking are victorious in the Rikstoto Grand Prix in Oslo

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VikingMichael Whitaker and Viking won the Rikstoto Grand Prix in Oslo. Photo by World of Showjumping.It was the experienced couple consisting of Michael Whitaker and Viking that emerged as winners in the five star Rikstoto Grand Prix in Oslo. The win did not come easy though, as Michael and the 12 year old chestnut gelding by Jacomar x Almox Prints had to go against no less than twenty other horses and riders after the clear rounds kept on pouring in over Uliano Vezzani’s thirteen fence track in the first round. In the end almost half of the class ended up in the jump-off, which of course ended in a real race.

Gregory Wathelet wins Saturday's speed class at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show

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GregRieslingGregory Wathelet and Riesling du Monselet won in Oslo. Photo by World of Showjumping.Belgium's Gregory Wathelet won Saturday's speed class at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show. Riding the notoriously fast Riesling du Monselet (Kashmir van Schuttershof x Laeken), Wathelet was the quickest of the almost fifty riders in the 1.45 class – taking home the win with a clear round in 63.65 seconds. Runner-up was Maikel van der Vleuten on another speed specialist – VDL Groep Eureka (Chin Chin x Quidam de Revel) – stopping the clock on 63.94. Third place went to yesterday's 1.40 winners Shane Breen and Calido Boy (Calido Ass x Alcatraz) that were two seconds behind Wathelet on the time.

Bertram Allen wins Friday's biggest class in Odense

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BertramAllenOdenseBertram Allen won Friday's big tour in Odense. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Bertram Allen continued his winning streak yesterday, and took home Friday's biggest class at the CSI3* event in Odense. Aboard Belmonde (Klok x Kenwood), the Irish rider went to the top in the 1.45 Kingsland Big Tour two phase class going clear in both rounds and stopping the clock on 27.54 seconds. Johannes Ehning ended as runner-up on Cayenne 162 (Cornet Obolensky x Gonfaron) with a time of 28.01 in the second phase, while third place went to Karel Cox on Gentleman (Couleur Rubin x Clinton).

Penelope Leprevost leads the way at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show

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PenelopePenelope Leprevost and Nice Stephanie won in Oslo. Photo by World of Showjumping.It was France's leading lady rider Penelope Leprevost that won Friday's biggest class at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show. Riding Nice Stephanie (Cardento x Ralme Z), Leprevost – one of the most stylish riders in the world – made light work of the 1.50 speed track to take home the win with a clear round in a time of 67.04 seconds. It took quite some time before the clear rounds started to tick in at the first Western European five star event of the 2014/2015 season, and it was only four riders ahead of Penelope that Bart Bles posted the first zero score performance on Wolisco Ddh (Nolisco x Celano).

Kent Farrington wins $40,000 Pennsylvania National "Big Jump"

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14PNHSKentFarrington_Willow-WEB"Big Jump" winners Kent Farrington and Willow. Photo (c) Al Cook.A competitive field of 38 top international riders, including many Olympic and World Champions, headlined the $40,000 Pennsylvania National "Big Jump", sponsored by Wilmington Trust, an M & T Company, at the Pennsylvania Horse Show. Designed by Michel Vaillancourt, the course was set at 1.50m and included 12 fences and 15 jumping efforts in the first round, which weeded out quite a few competitors as only six riders made it through to the exciting jump-off.

Charity 33 to Reed Kessler

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judy-charityCharity 33 - here seen with Judy Ann Melchior in the saddle. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Reed Kessler has a new horse; the nine year old Charity 33. The mare by Cayetano L x C-Indoctro has since the end of last year been seen under Judy Ann Melchior, but has now changed ownership and will fly the American colours in the future. This weekend, Reed’s trainer Marcus Ehning is competing Charity 3 at Kingsland Oslo Horse Show.

McLain Ward wins $5,000 Open Jumper Speed Challenge at Pennsylvania National Horse Show

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PNHSMcLainWard_Zander-WEBMcLain Ward and Zander. Photo (c) Al Cook.It was a patriotic evening at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show for Military Night, sponsored by Yards Brewing Company, as competitors and spectators saluted those who have served in USA's military. A men's choral group opened the evening's festivities with beautiful renditions of God Bless America and the National Anthem, as Cadet Major Zihra Alizada, Cadet Captain Brandon Faux, Cadet Command Sergeant Major Neil Painter, and Cadet Major Evan Shuey displayed the American Flag.

WoSJ Exclusive; Fast facts for the 2014/2015 World Cup season in the Western European League

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Daniel-Deusser-Cornet-D-AmoIt's World Cup time in Europe! Here last year's Champions Daniel Deusser and Cornet D'Amour. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.True to tradition Oslo – capital of Norway – is the host when the Western European World Cup season for 2014/2015 kicks off this weekend. These are the fast facts you need to know as Europe's best riders will battle it out to qualify for the final in Las Vegas next year!

This week's live streaming

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longines-rankingLots of showjumping will be live streamed this week:

 

The CSI5*-W Longines FEI World Cup (Western European League) in Oslo is live streamed via this link.

 

The CSI3* show in Odense is live streamed via this link.

Farewell to Rodrigo Pessoa's Tomboy

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rodrigo-pessoa-profilRodrigo Pessoa's former super star Tomboy has passed away aged 31.Rodrigo Pessoa's former top horse Tomboy has passed away. "Today my great friend Tomboy left us he was 31 years of age," Rodrigo tweeted yesterday. With Tomboy, Rodrigo Pessoa won the team bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996 and also the team gold medal at the Pan American Games in Buenos Aires in 1995.

 

Our thoughts go out to Rodrigo and his team on the loss of a beloved horse.

The riders list for Kingsland Oslo Horse Show

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Scott_IIScott Brash returns to Kingsland Oslo Horse Show. Last year he won both the Grand Prix and the World Cup class. Photo by World of Showjumping.This weekend the World Cup season kicks off in Oslo as usual. On the riders list we find many big names such as Edwina Tops-Alexander, Gregory Wathelet, Maikel van der Vleuten, Kevin Staut, Marcus Ehning and world number one, Scott Brash just to mention some.

 

Click here to see the full list of riders.

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Images | Visiting Jos Lansink - part two

Images | Visiting Jos Lansink - part two

A room with a view: King Julio and Zerlin M enjoying life at Stal Lansink. Photos by World of Showjumping.

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