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Sunday's Grand Prix winners

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kamal-delphiNot the winners in Moorsele, but Kamal and Delphi secured a nice second place. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.This weekend has been all about Zangersheide and the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championship in Lanaken, but some riders still found their way to Moorsele for the CSI2* show as well. The Grand Prix class Sunday went to Sam Polleunis from Belgium riding Elias P. The combination was double clear and had the time 36.5 in the jump-off. The only other double clear combination was Kamal Bahamdan and his lovely ride Delphi. who were 0,11 seconds slower than the winner. Willem Greve secured third place with Sonate and Henk van de Pol was number four riding BMC Warrant TN.

 

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Terri's tweets part two

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rio roadsRio roads, they were kind to us at 6.30am so no hold ups :) #terriWe are very lucky to have Terri as our guest tweeter as the top showjumpers have headed for the Ol Athina Onassis show in Rio that will take place next weekend. Terri, Cornet and CC have arrived in Rio and they have some great images and up dates for us. You can follow Terri on twitter @WoShowjumping, but here we bring you a resume of her tweets from the past 24 hours.

Quotes from the 7-year-old final in Lanaken

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podium-7Rene Tebbel, Florian Meyer zu Hartum and Mathijs van Asten. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The winner - Florian Meyer zu Hartum on his ride Chacciana; - “I have been riding Chacciana since April. Andreas Kreutzer rode her before. She was here in Lanaken as a five-year-old where she had the fastest time in the jump-off, but the last one down. She is very competitive, but a bit special also in the stable. She is a quite fast horse with a big stride.”


Florian on today’s course; “I think the course was ok. I mean it is the World Championship so it is supposed to be big. It started off nice and then after the water the horses got a bit strong so the last line away from the entrance was a bit difficult.”

Florian Meyer zu Hartum and Chacciana 7-year-old Champions

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florian-chaccianaFlorian Meyer zu Hartum and Chacciana Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The World Breeding Jumping Championship is a popular event every year, and the 7-year-old final was crowded with people as Florian Meyer zu Hartum took home the win aboard Chacciana (Chacco-Blue x Andiamo Z) . Only four combinations were clear in the first round as a lot of riders collected faults on the open water jump.

Quotes after the Championship final for 6-year-old horses

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podium-6Luxembourg, Columbia and Brazil on the podium after the final for the 6-year-old horses. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson. The winner Dayro Arroyave about his winning ride and himself; “The horse was known to be difficult and several riders have been falling off him, but I have had him in five or six months now and I really like him. He has qualities, but he is a stallion and likes to play around a bit. I work for several different owners in Belgium and ride about 30 different young horses every week.”

Dayro Arroyave and Gangster de Longchamps win the 6-year-old Championship final

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vinnare-6-rsLap of honour for Dayro Arroyave and Gangster de Longchamps. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The final for 6-year-old horses in Lanaken was won by Dayro Arroyave from Columbia riding Gangster de Longchamps (Orlando x Sheyenne de Baugy). The course designer had put up a challenging course for the six-year-olds as fence one and two were placed away from the entrance along the all the spectators. The winning-stallion was one out of only two horses producing two clear rounds, the other one being Goya van de Begijnakker (Wandor van de Mispelaere x Palestro vd Begijnakker) ridden by Charlotte Bettendorf from Luxembourg.  Number three in the final was the Brazilian rider Marion Modolo Zanotelli aboard Carthagena 6 (Cornet Obolensky x Landor S).

 


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Quotes after the Championship for 5-year-old horses

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podium-5Pieter Clemens, Toni Hassmann and Gerben Morsink. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Toni Hassmann about his winning horse Con Cara (Con Air x Franklin); “Con Cara is not placed at my stable, but in the Warendorf-area where I rent boxes. So I just ride here once a week. In the end of july and beginning of august I started to ride her to qualify for the Bundeschampionat and she did that on the first try. At the Bundeschampionat she was number seven after being clear in all rounds. She really wants to go clear. She is very clever and easy to ride. This is our seventh show together.”

Toni Hassmann and Con Cara win the Championship for 5-year-olds in Lanaken

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toni-hassmann-con-caraThe winners. Toni Hassmann and Con Cara. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Toni Hassmann and Con Cara (Con Air x Franklin) took home the win in the World Breeding Championship for 5-year-old horses in Lanaken today. The combination was the last one to go in the jump-off, and secured the win after a fast and clear round. The first round had 12 fences including a triple combination with a vertical, vertical, oxer which caused problems for several of the young horses. This was also the first time the 5-year-olds competed at the Ratina Z main arena as the qualifications have been held on the Alme Z arena.

Consolation winners at Zangersheide

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jos-verlooyJos Verloy won the 7 year old consolation class. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The consolation classes of the FEI World Breeding Jumping Championship took place at Zangersheide today. For the seven year old horses it was Belgium’s Jos Verloy that won aboard Farfelu de la Pomme (Vigo d'Arsouilles x Darco) with the fastest clear round in this 1.35 class stopping the clock at 58.99 seconds. Second place went to French rider Loup  Briffaut on Ravel de Pantomime  (Elan de la Cour Sf) on 60.57 seconds, while Giovanni  Consorti from Italy was third on Indor GP (Indorado x Ahorn).


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Jerome Guery wins the Belgian Championship

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belgiska-msterskapenThe medalists in the Belgian Championship. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Jerome Guery became Belgian Champion today. The championship took place at Zangersheide, and sixteen riders participated in the final. Guery’s win came on Tic-Tac du Seigneur, a nine year old stallion by Clinton x Darco. The pair ended on an overall penalty score of 6.53, with Philippe Le Jeune right behind them on Carlino STX (Carvallo x Romino) with 6.76 penalties. The bronze went to Rik Hemeryck on Papillon Z (Perhaps x Cassini I) with 8 penalties overall.

 

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It's all about stallions - FEI Sires of the World in images!

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scendixThe fantastic Hunter's Scendix looked a bit shy at the prize giving where he looked at the crowds between the legs of the riders on the podium. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson. 

Hunter's Scendix unbeatable at Zangersheide

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podium-hingstarHappy winners - Brecht Bille, Linn Zakariasson and Gerben Morsink! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Hunter's Scendix (Stakkato x Dinar) won the FEI Sires of the World last year, he won the warm up class yesterday and he won the FEI  Sires of the World 2012 today. Brecht Bille has been riding the fantastic stallions for just two months after the two reunited following Scendix's stay with Eric Lamaze.

 

53 stallions lined up for the 1,50 class and the crowds had to wait for a long time before there was a clear round, and in the end only seven cleared the course. The jump-off course consisted of eight fences with a combination as second last fence.

Terri's tweets - part one: The trip to Rio

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horsesrelaxingJust left home heading for frankfurt! Me, 8 horses, a whole load of equipment and my driver Marcel! #terri Horses relaxing in the truck so time for a snooze for me before the hard work begins! #terri

We have a new guest tweeter on, and this time it Marco Kutscher's head groom Terri Fitton! Terri has so far been tweeting some amazing photos of her's and the horses' travel to Rio, so make sure you don't miss out on this unique opportunity to see behind the scenes snapshots from how top horses such as Cornet Obolensky, Gotha and Monte Bellini travel long distance around the globe. Here's part one of Terri's tweets, but you can also follow her 'live' on our Twitter account.

Shane Sweetnam Garners 2012 Hagyard Challenge Series Leading Rider Award

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007874Shane Sweetnam was awarded the Leading Rider Award for his high score of 870 points during the 2012 Hagyard Challenge Series.It was a thrilling $50,000 World Cup Qualifier at the Kentucky National Horse Show as 41 competitors gathered at the Rolex Stadium for their last chance to take the top honors and the highly coveted Leading Rider Award for the 2012 Hagyard Challenge Series. It was Shane Sweetnam who held on to his solid lead at the top of the standings for the 2012 Hagyard Challenge Series. Consisting of seven grand prix classes held during the 2012 show series at the Kentucky Horse Park, the Hagyard Challenge Series, sponsored by the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, offers a $50,000 Leading Rider Award. Sweetnam stepped forward to receive the award during the World Cup Qualifier at the Kentucky National Horse Show.

Photos from the Friday in Lanaken

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loppe-harrieMove it! Harrie Smolders trying to steal the spotlight from Leopold van Asten by riding in front of the photographers. All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson. 

Exclusives

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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