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Thrills and spills from the Longines FEI World Cup Final 2019

Tuesday, 09 April 2019
Longines FEI World Cup Final 2019

The two last rounds of the Longines FEI World Cup Final 2019 were full of thrills and spills. We look back at Sunday's decisive rounds, where some saw everything go according to plan while others were in for a disappointment. 

First out living legend Ludger Beerbaum, who in round two retired Casello after this plank at no. six where the two had a misunderstanding. 

All photos © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Thumbs up from Max Kühner who was clear in the first round with Chardonnay 79.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Olivier Philippaerts and H&M Legend of Love came back strong with a clear in round two, finishing 7th overall.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson The fences were massive...

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson A happy Abdel Said was clear in the first round, but unfortunately had a pole on the very last oxer down in round two.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson It was not to be for Beezie Madden and Breitling LS, who came to Gothenburg to defend their title. The two finished 6th overall, after having one pole down in each of Sunday's two rounds.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Former World Cup Champion Christian Ahlmann and Clintrexo Z also did not have luck on their side.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Henrik von Eckermann and Toveks Mary Lou were one of the biggest favourites ahead of the final, but unfortunately this was as close as they got to the trophy.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Eduardo Alvarez Aznar and Rokfeller de Pleville Bois Margot went into Sunday's first round as leaders, but unfortunately had to add eight faults to their score and fell down the result list.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson The Polish riders impressed, here Wojciech Wojcianiec and Naccord Melloni.

Photo (c) World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson. Olivier Robert on his way to the last fence in round one...

Photo (c) World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson. ... that fell over and over again.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Daniel Deusser and Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z showed what they are made of, jumping two clear rounds and climbing up to 4th overall.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Eve Jobs was the youngest competitor in the final, and did two great last rounds with Venue d'Fees Des Hazalles.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Francois Mathy Jr. and Uno de la Roque did not have luck on their side, with the last fence down in round one and then adding two more poles to their score in round two.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Georgina Bloomberg thanking Chameur 137 for a job well done.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski and Chacclana had a great championship and ended 13th overall.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Team Fredricson celebrating!

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson Niels Bruynseels were best of the Belgians, finishing 6th overall with Delux van T&L.

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson World class audience!

Photo © World of Showjumping by Jenny Abrahamsson These two jumped straight into many hearts in Gothenburg: Shino Hirota and Life Is Beautiful.

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