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Football-style Club Competition to debut on Global Champions Tour in 2015… 0

World No1 Scott Brash and World No2 Ludger Beerbaum have spoken about a new era of “exciting” new football-style club competitions heralding the start of a show jumping revolution in 2015. In an exclusive interview, the global stars of the sport previewed the spectacular new Club League, which will take place in conjunction with all(…)

Marcus Ehning wins Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Vienna… 0

  The Longines Global Champions Tour of Vienna Grand Prix presented by Icuras was won by Marcus Ehning (GER) and 17-year-old Plot Blue who looked untouchable from the start and finished with the only treble clear, following a roller-coaster class filled with thrills and spills. Second place went to 2014 WEG Team Silver medallist Simon(…)

Ludger Beerbaum leads the Global Champions Tour Season Rankings….

Ludger Beerbaum leads the Global Champions Tour Season Rankings…. 0

Global Champions Tour Season Rankings 1. Ludger Beerbaum – 236.00 2. Rolf-Göran Bengtsson – 221.00 3. Henrik von Eckermann – 201.00 4. Edwina Tops-Alexander – 201.00 5. Bassem Hassan Mohammed – 200.00 6. Scott Brash – 187.00 7. Kevin Staut – 176.00 8. Daniel Deusser – 160.00 9. Emanuele Gaudiano – 157.00 10. Maikel van(…)

Ludger Beerbaum wins Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Lausanne… 1

It was a battle of the legends in Lausanne this evening when Germany’s Ludger Beerbaum and Chaman took on Britain’s John Whitaker and Argento in front of a hugely supportive Suisse crowd, with the four-time Olympic Gold medallist Beerbaum coming out on top by just 0.81s. Third place went to Argentina’s José Maria Larocca with(…)

Scott Brash remains World No.1 for tenth consecutive month… 0

Scott Brash has held onto the World No.1 spot on the Longines FEI World Ranking Jumping List for the tenth consecutive month. Holding the No.1 spot on a total of 3219 points sees him placed 390 points ahead of German rider Ludger Beerbaum. Kent Farrington from the USA has moved into third place behind Ludger,(…)

Scott Brash withdraws from Individual Competition in Caen… 0

Scott Brash will unfortunately not be going forward to contest the individual round of the showjumping competition at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. The decision has been taken in consultation with the rider, Hello Sanctos’s owners, Lord and Lady Harris and Lady Kirkham, the Great Britain Chef d’Equipe and Chef de Mission. “There(…)

The Dutch lead into Team Final while Delaveau leads Individual standings… 0

The Netherlands has jumped its way to the top of the team standings during the first day of the Team Competition in Caen’s d’Ornano Stadium. London silver medallist Gerco Schroder cemented his country’s good run during this afternoon’s session when notching up a clear round aboard his scopey chestnut Glock’s London NOP. The stallion gave(…)

The Top 50 Individuals Qualified for Day 3 of WEG 2014…. 0

Team & Individual Competition – D’Ornano Stadium – Day 2 – Table A-Art.310.3.1-1.60m Jumping – World Equestrian Games 2014 1.    ORIENT EXPRESS HDC    Patrice DELAVEAU* 0.08 0.00 0.08 2.    CORTES ‘C’    Beezie MADDEN* 0.16 0.00 0.16 3.    CASALL ASK    Rolf-Göran BENGTSSON* 0.34 0.00 0.34 4.    CORNET D’AMOUR   (…)

Who will reign supreme at Alltech World Equestrian Games in Normandy? 0

Please note: Ben Maher and Abdullah Al Sharbatly have withdrawn from competition and will not be attending the World Equestrian Games. By Equestrian Australia With Olympic and European gold already in the bag, the British will be bidding for a clean sweep of team Championship titles when Jumping gets underway at the Alltech FEI World(…)

Ben Maher and Cella will not compete at World Equestrian Games… 0

In the 24hrs prior to departure Ben Maher’s ride Cella, the 12 year old grey mare owned by Jane Forbes Clark, has regrettably picked up a small overreach injury during training which will prevent them from competing in the jumping competition at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. “Cella sustained a small overreach injury during(…)

Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos make history winning three rounds in the same season… 0

World No1 and 2013 Longines Global Champions Tour Champion Britain’s Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos have become the first horse and rider combination in the history of the Tour ever to win three Grand Prix in the same season. Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos have won the Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Cannes (FRA),(…)

Rolf-Goran Bengtsson still leads Global Champions Tour Season Rankings… 0

The Championship Ranking Top three now sees two Swedish riders in 1st and 2nd as we head into Round 12 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Rolf-Goran Bengtsson at No1 and Henrik von Eckermann at No2 with Edwina Tops-Alexander (AUS) in No3 on the same points as Eckermann but with less podium finishes, however the chasing pack are(…)

World No.1 Scott Brash wins the Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London… 1

World No1 and 2013 Longines Global Champions Tour Champion Scott Brash won the Longines Global Champions Tour of London Grand Prix presented by Qatar in spectacular fashion in front of a rapturous home crowd who would have raised the roof of Horse Guards Parade Ground if there had been one. From the very beginning, Brash(…)

British Team announced for Alltech World Equestrian Games… 3

The British Team has been confirmed for the 2014 Alltech World Equestrian Games in Normandy. Young Spencer Roe will join the team as one of the youngest riders to attend the World Equestrian Games, along with Ireland’s Bertram Allen. After a terrific double clear from Roe and his mount Wonder Why at the final Furusiyya(…)

International Riders list for Global Champions Tour event in London…. 0

2014 Longines Global Champions Tour of London Australia Julia Hargreaves Edwina Tops-Alexander Belgium Constant van Paesschen Gregory Wathelet Brazil Doda de Miranda Canada Tiffany Foster Eric Lamaze El Salvador José Alfredo Hernández Ortega France Roger-Yves Bost Patrice Delaveau Pénélope Leprevost Kevin Staut Germany Christian Ahlmann Ludger Beerbaum Daniel Deusser Hans-Dieter Dreher Marcus Ehning Greece Athina(…)

Hello Sanctos leads WBFSH Rankings while Madden’s Cortes C makes big moves… 0

Scott Brash’s Hello Sanctos takes over the world number one on the recent FEI WBFSH World Ranking. The Belgian bred gelding has collected 1450 points, taking over the lead from Quickly de Kreisker, ridden by Morocco’s Abdelkebir Ouaddar. Marcus Ehning’s Cornado NRW remains in second position with 1374 points, while third place belongs to Quickly(…)

Scott Brash is World No.1 for Ninth Consecutive Month… 0

This month’s Longines Ranking is out and for the ninth month in a row, Great Britain’s Scott Brash remains World number one with 3374 points. Germany’s Ludger Beerbaum takes over the World No.2 position with 2824 points after a number of top-podium finishes in July including fourth place in the Grand Prix of Chantilly. The(…)