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It is being reported that Germany’s Peter Weinberg will become the next coach of the Belgian Show Jumping Team. The Belgian federation is currently in final discussions with Weinberg as the details for a smooth transition are ironed out. Belgium’s Dirk Demeersman voluntarily stepped down from his position as head coach last fall after two […]
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The Belgian Equestrian Federation has confirmed its horse and rider show jumping selections for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Last year at the European Championships, Belgium failed to qualify an entire team to represent its nation in show jumping at Rio 2016, but it did earn the right to send two Belgian riders to compete […]
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Belgian rider Jerome Guery has been on a very fast track of success lately. Since April, to be exact, when he had the good fortune to ride through the ingate for the first time with Papillon Z, a 13-year-old Zangersheide stallion (Perhaps x Cleopatra) owned by Yves Woitrin. Papillon had shifted through the stables of […]
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The successor of Philippe Guerdat as the head of the Belgian team since the beginning of 2013, Kurt Gravemeier, will no longer stand as the Chef d’Equipe of Team Belgium. Since the Furusiyya Nations Cup Final in Barcelona, Spain, word has been travelling regarding the Chef d’Equipe position for Team Belgium. However, this week the […]
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The official trot-up took place this morning in Caen, France as we draw closer to the first day of competition at the Alltech World Equestrian Games for the Jumping phase of the Games. A surprising turn for the Belgian Team, Jos Lansink and Ensor de Litrange Lxii will not compete at the Alltech FEI World […]
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