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Top 10 Riders after Round 1 of the Longines FEI World Cup Finals (Las Vegas, Nevada) Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final I Int. jumping competition – speed and handiness (1.50 m) Table C 1. 214 Molly Malone V Bertram Allen IRL 23000.00 EU 65.45 seconds grey 11y.M /Kannan/Cavalier/AES/102UT81/ Ballywalter Farms 2. 239 Flexible Richard […]
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France’s Simon Delestre has confirmed to Grandprix-Replay that he will not participate in the 2015 Longines FEI World Cup Final in Las Vegas next month. His spot will now go to the next rider on the Western European League, ranked 25th, his fellow countryman Patrice Delaveau will travel to Las Vegas in Delestre’s place. Patrice […]
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Location: Alltech World Equestrian Games, Caen, Normandy, France Subject: Jeroen Dubbeldam riding Orient Express HDC, Cortes C and Casall ASK in the Final Four ride off at the 2014 World Equestrian Games. Dubbeldam was the only rider to earn a zero score on the final day, jumping all four horses, including his very own Zenith […]
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The Dutch may have won today but the amazing Beezie Madden truly stood out with another outstanding clear round aboard Cortes C to take the lead in the Individual standings. Not only did she help secure the American bronze medal in Caen today, the American rider also stepped up with her third clear round of […]
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After the French victory last Friday in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup it was again the French anthem that sounded today after the Longines Grand Prix Port of Rotterdam for Patrice Delaveau. He was faster than the other eleven jump-off competitors with Oriënt Express HDC riding a very fast faultless jump-off in only 38.06. Delaveau […]
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