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This week's live streaming

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generell-hoppbildThere will be plenty of live streaming from showjumping events to chose from this week:

 

The CSI5*-W Longines FEI World Cup in Verona can be watched via this link.

 

The CSI3* event Munich Indoors can be watched via this link.

 

The CSI2* show in Oliva can be watched via this link.

 

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Emanuel Andrade earns one-two finish in Equestrian Sport Productions Fall Finale Grand Prix

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wilcoEmanuel Andrade and Wilco. Photo by www.manciniphotos.com.Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP), management company of the world-renowned Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF), hosted its Fall Finale Horse Show this weekend on October 31-November 2, 2014, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL. The show hosted its $25,000 ESP Fall Finale Grand Prix on Sunday with a win for Venezuela's Emanuel Andrade and Wilco, Andrade also finishing second aboard Nokia de Brekka.

A summary from the third leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League in Lyon

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Did you miss the third leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League in Lyon? FEI TV has made a short summary of the class that Roger Yves Bost won with Qoud'Coeur de la Loge. 

The riders heading for Munich Indoors

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_K7X2481Jeroen will be at the Munich Indoors. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.There will be many top names at the CSI3* event in Munich the coming weekend, where the final leg of the DKB Riders Tour takes place. World Champion Jeroen Dubbeldam will be present as will the runner-up from this weekend's World Cup leg in Lyon Wout-Jan van der Schans. Other top names include Lauren Hough, Robert Whitaker and Shane Breen. The home riders of course come strong in force, with plenty of good German riders present.

Karl Cook and Basimodo take the Sunshine Series Grand Prix

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karlcKarl Cook and Basimodo. Photo by (C) ESI Photography.With an enthusiastic crowd in attendance at HITS Desert Horse Park, Karl Cook and Basimodo won Saturday's $75,000 Sunshine Series Grand Prix. Suspense grew amongst spectators as four entered the jump off, but Cook was confident in his partner, knowing the best is yet to come.

The riders list for Jumping Verona

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marcus-malinMarcus Ehning and Malin Baryard Johnsson are both going to Verona. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The fourth leg of the Longines FEI World Cup in the Western European League takes place in Verona, Italy the coming weekend. The CSI5* event attracts a strong field of riders; the leader of the league Steve Guerdat will be present, as will Roger Yves Bost – who won the leg in Lyon this past weekend, world number one Scott Brash, and then eight more in the top ten on the world ranking: Ludger Beerbaum, Marcus Ehning, Kent Farrington, Kevin Staut, Patrice Delaveau, Daniel Deusser, Maikel van der Vleuten and Penelope Leprevost.

 

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Sunday's Grand Prix winners

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Ashlee-Bond-Chela-LS-32206Ashlee Bond with Chela LS - here seen in Falsterbo earlier this year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Ashlee Bond won the CSI3* Grand Prix in Liege on Chela LS (Chapultepec la Silla x Tlaloc la Silla). The American rider had one of eleven double clear rounds in the 1.55 class that counted almost sixty riders, and beat Great Britain’s John Whitaker and Argento (Arko Iii x Gasper) by 0.17 seconds in the jump-off. Third place went to the Netherland’s Frank Schuttert on Epleaser van’t Heike (For Pleasure x Nabab de Reve) who finished a little over a second behind the winner.

Steve Guerdat holds on to his lead in the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League

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steve-bloggSteve Guerdat leads the Western European League. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After three legs have been completed in the Longines FEI World Cup Western European League, Steve Guerdat is still in the lead. The Swiss rider has collected a total of 35 points, while Jur Vrieling follows in second with 33 points. Kevin Staut is rank three on 24 points, Marlon Modolo Zanotelli rank four on 21 points and Harrie Smolders rank five on 20 points.

Home hero Roger Yves Bost best in Longines FEI World Cup in Lyon

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BostLyonWCFEIRoger Yves Bost won Sunday's World Cup qualifier in Lyon on Qoud'Coeur de la Loge. Photos (c) Pierre Costabadie/FEI.Roger Yves Bost became the hero of the day when he rounded of a weekend with strong French performances in Lyon, by winning the third leg of the Longines FEI World Cup in the Western European League. Bosty rode the 10 year old son of his former top horse Ideal de la Loge in Lyon; Qoud'Coeur de la Loge. It was no doubt a special win for the reigning European Champion, who already had an emotional weekend as he thanked off his gold medallist from Herning – Castle Forbes Myrtille Paulois – with an official retirement ceremony yesterday.

Madden outguns Ward in sensational jump-off at CP World Cup Qualifier in Lexington

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cortesBeezie Madden with Cortes 'C'. Photo by Shawn McMillen.In front of a pumped up Saturday night crowd at the 131st National Horse Show in Lexington, Kentucky, Olympic teammates Beezie Madden and McLain Ward did battle once again. In this skirmish it was Madden and Cortes 'C' edging out Ward and Rothchild by a single second to claim the title in the $250,000 Canadian Pacific Grand Prix CSI4*-W, presented by the Harrison Family. Madden had the advantage of going last and ripped across the finish line in a sensational time of 34.71 seconds to nail down the win. Just minutes earlier, Ward and Rothchild had posted the top time of 35.73 seconds, but ended up settling for second place. Georgina Bloomberg and Juvina finished in third in 39.46 seconds.

Simon Delestre saves the best for last in the Equita Masters is Lyon

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delestre-ryanSimon Delestre and Ryan des Hayettes. Photo (c) Jenny Abrahamsson.As the final rider in the jump-off, Simon Delestre gave the home crowds in Lyon the perfect ending to the evening when he won the Equita Masters presented by Equidia Life. Riding Ryan des Hayettes (Hugo Gesmeray) that also ended third in the Longines Grand Prix on Friday, Simon made it all the way to the top in this prestigious 1.60 class which a total of twenty riders were qualified for.

Popular home win in Prix Merial for Louis Bouhana in Lyon

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PrixMerial-litenLouis Bouhana and Qlandestin SAS won the Prix Merial in Lyon on Saturday. Photo (c) World of Showjumping.Louis Bouhana brought the home crowds to the edge of their seats and got standing ovation for his performance, when he won today's Prix Merial at Equita Lyon. The five star 1.50-1.60 class consisted of two phases, where the clock started ticking after the triple combination at 7abc. To win the class, it was necessary to take all possible risk – which included a very daring turn from the gate at fence nine to the vertical at fence ten before it was all about going for it in the fastest possible way over the three last fences.

Francois Mathy goes wire to wire to win Chansonette Farm Gamblers Choice Costume Class

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mathyFrancois Mathy and Ornellaia. Photo by Shawn McMillen.Halloween Night at the 2014 National Horse Show featured creative costumes throughout the building; some on the many kids that came to trick or treat as well as those created by the riders in tonight's popular Chansonette Farm $45,000 Gamblers Choice Costume Class. Although it wasn't realized at the time, the class was over right after the first rider finished his imaginative course. Francois Mathy of Belgium, dressed as a soccer referee, raced Ornellaia through some tight tricky turns and amassed a grand total of 1340 points to secure the Friday night wire to wire win.

Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Casall Ask back on top in the Longines Grand Prix at Equita Lyon

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RolfCasall030Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Casall Ask won the Longines Grand Prix in Lyon on Friday. Photo (c) World of Showjumping.Rolf-Göran Bengtsson and Casall Ask (Caretino x Lavall I) was the winning pair in the CSI5* Longines Grand Prix at Equita Lyon on Friday evening. After a World Equestrian Games that ended just outside the podium, it was evident that Rolf was hungry to be back on top – producing two very determined clear rounds on the wonderful 15 year old stallion. It was no easy win though, as Rolf had to battle it out against eighteen other riders against the clock. Unsurprisingly, the jump-off turned in to a race.

Farrington races to $45,000 Staysail Farm International Open Speed win in Kentucky

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FarringtonPhelpsKent Farrington and Waomi. Photo (c) Phelps Media Group, Inc. International.Red-hot Kent Farrington made it two in a row at the 2014 National Horse Show on Thursday, racing Waomi to her second win in as many days. The speedy pair outgunned a field of 34 to win the $45,000 Staysail Farm International Open Speed in a blazing time of 54.55 seconds, one of only two riders to break the 55 second barrier in today's faults converted formatted class. Ireland's Shane Sweetnam finished a close second with Cyklon 1083, ripping across the finish line in 54.99 seconds, while Lexington's Reed Kessler finished third aboard Ligist in 55.06 seconds.

Exclusives

New combinations out and about at Jumping Indoor Maastricht

New combinations out and about at Jumping Indoor Maastricht

Some new combinations showed up at Jumping Indoor Maastricht this weekend – here are some of them, and let’s start with Lauren Hough and Street Hassle. This eight year old stallion has been competed by Paris Sellon during 2014, but made an appearance with Hough – who trains Sellon – this weekend. Street Hassle is by Quick Star x...

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