Italian riders filled five of the top six places in the opening competition at Jumping Verona 2014 today led by Luca Moneta and his 17-year-old flying machine, Jesus de la Commune. The 46-year-old horseman, who lives near Milan and close to the Italian border with Switzerland, is always a formidable force against the clock, and […]
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Ireland’s teenage wonderboy, 19-year-old Bertram Allen, scorched to victory in the Selleria Equipe Speed, the second competition on the opening day of Jumping Verona 2014 this afternoon. His 11-year-old mare, Wild Thing, lived up to her name when producing a spectacularly fast clear that pushed long-time leaders Abdullah Al Sharbatly and Andrea from Saudi Arabia […]
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FranceChef d’Equipe – Philippe Guerdat Timothee ANCIAUME PADOCK DU PLESSIS*HN QUORIOSO PRE NOIR EROS Roger  Yves BOST CASTLE FORBES VIVALDO VAN HET NIPPON D’ELLE POKER DES DAMES CASTLE FORBES CYPRIAN CSIYH1* Frédéric DAVID EQUADOR VAN’T  ROOSAKKER BALOUSSINI Jerome HUREL URANO QUARTZ ROUGE QUALIPSO DES BOIS SILENE BELMANIERE CSIYH1* Julien  MESNIL PERLE DU MARAIS RUBINS DES […]
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Ireland’s Darragh Kenny was thrilled with his first big CSI5* Longines Global Champions Tour win of his career this afternoon as he took first place in the Prix Equidia Life with Piccolo in a time of 67.43s. Second place went to Luca Maria Moneta (ITA) and Connery in 68.71s, and third to Jane Richard Philips […]
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The very first class of the Longines Global Champions Tour Paris Eiffel Jumping presented by Gucci was won by Michel Hecart (FRA) and Nokia de Brekka who raced to victory to finish nearly two seconds ahead of the Alberto Michan Halbinger (MEX) in second with Carusso LS La Silla, and Luca Maria Moneta (ITA) with […]
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