World of Showjumping
Menu

This week

Coming weeks

CSI5*-W Amsterdam
The Netherlands

CSI4*-W Puebla
Mexico

CSI4*/CSI2* Wellington
USA

CSI3* Vilamoura
Portugal

CSI3* Oliva
Spain

CSI2* Vejer de la Frontera
Spain

CSI2* Myakka City
USA

CSI2* Peelbergen
The Netherlands

CSIL2* Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates

CSI2* Kuwait
Kuwait

Highlights from CSIO5* Knokke Hippique, part one

Friday, 15 July 2022
CSIO5* Knokke Hippique 2022

We look back at last week's CSIO5* event at Knokke Hippique in Knokke, Belgium, where the world's best riders came to compete in the Henders and Hazel Nations Cup as well as the Rolex Grand Prix presented by Audi. In the Henders and Hazel Nations Cup, the French were the fastest in a four-team jump-off against Belgium, Ireland and Sweden, as no one could match the incredible round delivered by Julien Epaillard and Caracole de La Roque against the clock.

All photos by © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Julien Epaillard and Caracole de La Roque were the fastest in a jump-off of four teams, securing a French win in the CSIO5* Henders and Hazel Nations Cup. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. But first... Team presentation... Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark ...for the inaugural Nations Cup of Knokke Hippique. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Henrik von Eckermann thanks the incredible King Edward after a double clear round which helped Sweden finish second in the Nations Cup. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Willem Greve and Grandorado TN delivered again, and were double clear for The Netherlands. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Delux Van T&L shares a moment with his groom Keo between a double clear performance to help Belgium secure third in the Nations Cup. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark RMF Zecilie gets some last words of encouragement before entering the ring for Team USA. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Kevin Staut's Scuderia 1918 Viking d’La Rousserie receives some love from his groom Ludovic. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Pedro Veniss and the expressive Nimrod de Muse Z for Brazil. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Brian Moggre and the wonderful Balou du Reventon, clear in round one of the Nations Cup for Team USA. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark The power-duo Malin Baryard-Johnson and H&M Indiana, double clear for Sweden. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Niels Bruynseels and Delux Van T&L jumped double clear for Belgium. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. Irish rising star Max Wachman and the beautiful Berlux Z impressed with a clear in round one, and only four faults in round two. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. A focused Kevin Staut. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Jos Verlooy and Igor also jumped double clear for Belgium. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Eduardo Pereira De Menezes and H5 Chaganus for Brazil. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Maikel van der Vleuten and Beauville Z jumped a beautiful clear in round two of the Nations Cup. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Mathieu Billot and Quel Filou 13 showing expressive style for Team France! Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark. The beautiful Le Blue Diamond Van'T Ruytershof. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.

Photo © MacKenzie Clark Well deserved bubbles for Julien Epaillard, who was in a league of his own in the jump-off. Photo © MacKenzie Clark.



This photo has been added to your cart !

Your shopping cart »
This website is using cookies for statistics, site optimization and retargeting purposes. You consent to our cookies if you continue to use this website. Read more here.