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Thursday, 24 Jul 2014


This week's live streaming

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generell-hoppbildThe following events will be live streamed this week:


The CSIO5* Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Falsterbo – Europe Division 1 – can be watched via this link on Friday 14:25 (CET).


The CSI5* Longines Global Champions Tour in Estoril can be watched via this link. For the broadcast schedule click here.


The CSI3* show in Spangenberg can be watched online via this link.


Images | Showjumpers take to the sulky

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SteveJosOlympic Champion Steve Guerdat was one of the top riders that was challenged for a proper harness race at Jumping International Mons this weekend. The show takes place on the Hippodrome Wallonie, a racing mecca in Belgium. Here's Steve and Jos Verlooy getting ready to race! Photos by World of Showjumping.

The riders list for the Longines Global Champions Tour in Estoril

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kevin-reveur-de-HurtebiseTour leader Kevin Staut is Estoril-bound. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Top riders are heading for the Longines Global Champions Tour in Estoril. This will be the eight leg of the tour, and on the list of riders is the leader of the tour Kevin Staut, as well as top riders like Marcus Ehning, Gregory Wathelet, Edwina Tops-Alexander, Daniel Deusser, Christian Ahlmann, Gerco Schröder, Maikel van der Vleuten and of course Scott Brash and Ben Maher.

The teams and riders for Falsterbo Horse Show

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rolf-casallRolf-Göran Bengtsson returns to Falsterbo - without Casall Ask though. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.There are some great riders heading for the CSIO5* Falsterbo Horse Show this week. Leg nr. six in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup series Europe Division 1 also takes place at this traditional show, where Great Britain, The Netherlands, Ukraine, Spain and Sweden are allocated to pick up points. There are plenty of top names on the masters list for the show, not to forget that all the best Swedish riders are heading there to compete.

The WoSJ guest blogger from Paris Eiffel Jumping; Kay Neatham

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kayAs I sit here on a trunk near to Sabrina, she's a little restless as we are leaving our favorite city. I'm chatting with her and trying to think back over the last two days, it's just before 1am and I've been awake about 18hrs, am I comfortable? I've definetly had worse spots in the last 20 years of traveling all over the world with my best friends.


I think Corny and Saby read my blog too on Friday, my thoughts on their first day performances seemed to pull their socks up for Saturday.


After having a splendid time at the fair with Reed and Mimi the night before, my alarm was a little un-welcoming, but the day can only begin by getting out if bed!

Angel Karolyi and Indiana 127 lead exciting jump-off in Cenovus Energy Classic Derby

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angelAngel Karolyi and Indiana 127. Photo by © Spruce Meadows Media Services.The 'North American' Tournament CSI 5* at Spruce Meadows concluded on Sunday with an extraordinary showdown in the $210,000 Cenovus Energy Classic Derby. It was déjà vu from the 'National' Tournament in June, as Angel Karolyi of Venezuela and Quentin Judge of the USA battled it out in an exciting derby jump-off. Judge took the win four weeks ago and was hoping to repeat his victory with HH Dark de la Hart, but this time, Karolyi and Indiana 127 took the win. Will Simpson (USA) and Geledimar placed third.

Conor Swail and Martha Louise win Enbridge Cup at Spruce Meadows

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conors-marthaConor Swail with Martha Louise. Photo by © Spruce Meadows Media Services.The $85,000 Enbridge Cup 1.50m competition was held first in the International Ring on Sunday with a win for Conor Swail (IRL) and Susan and Ariel Grange's 10-year-old Swedish Warmblood mare, Martha Louise (Maloubet de Pleville x Wolfgang). Thirty-four entries jumped the first round course set by Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) with 10 returning for the jump-off. Six went clear over the short course, where Swail and Martha Louise were last to go in 40.04 seconds for the win.


Daniel Bluman (COL) finished second in 41.88 seconds with Ricardo and Alberto Simhon's Apardi. Sameh el Dahan (EGY) took third place honors in 41.93 seconds aboard Sumas Zorro, owned by Dahan and Joanne Sloan-Allen.


The Grand Prix of Budapest with a home victory for Gábor Szabó

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PC-9041Gábor Szabó riding his 11 year old stallion Timpex Cent to victory in the Grand Prix of Budapest. Photo brovided by CSIO Budapest.The three star Grand Prix of Budapest ended with a home win for the Hungarian rider Gábor Szabó riding his 11 year old stallion Timpex Cent (Cento x Hargita). Szabó was the only one in the five rider jump-off in this 1.60 Grand Prix that managed to produce a second clear round. Runner-up was Jana Wargers from Germany on Lasco (Laptop x Acord II) with a four fault score in the jump-off. These two riders were followed by Austria's Roland Englbrecht and Poorboy (Conterno Grande x Argentinus) in third. The victory was of course a milestone in Hungarian showjumping, and the home crowds were thrilled to witness the win. 

Advertisement; Breeding stallion Vingino

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The beautiful stallion Vingino is available for breeding. He is a modern stallion with lots of blood and a super character.


Vingino| 27-05-2002 | KWPN |grey | Voltaire x Cassini I


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Masterful Marcus Ehning takes Gucci Gold Cup glory

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MarcusSabyGCTParis_StefanoGrassoMarcus Ehning won the Gucci Gold Cup in Paris on Sabrina. Photo Stefano Grasso/LGCT.The final class of the first historic Longines Global Champions Tour of Paris Eiffel Jumping, the Gucci Gold Cup, was won by the one and only Marcus Ehning with Sabrina (Sandro Boy x Landadel) - a rider who has has a spectacular show, as he also finished 3rd in last night's LGCT Grand Prix with Cornado NRW and 2nd in yesterday morning's class with Sabrina. Second place went to Maikel van der Vleuten with VDL Groep Sapphire B (Mr. Blue x Grand Veneur) and 3rd went to Reed Kessler with Cylana (Skippy II x Darco).

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.

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.


The flying Fibonacci

The flying Fibonacci

This is the horse that is on everybody's lips at the moment; Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum's Fibonacci 17 - a nine year old gelding by For Feeling x Corland - jumps incredible with the German rider, and to sit on this horse must be like flying! Here is a little photo series from Friday's 1.55 class to illustrate. Photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.   

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