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Time flies and as of November 2nd, more than four months before the 2016 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final is set to take place in Göteborg, Sweden, from March 23-28th, 2016 (note that earlier than usual date), the Longines FEI World Cup Qualifying North American League is already half over. Split into West Coast and East […]
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Longtime partners, and perennial crowd favorites, Rich Fellers (USA) and Flexible topped a field of 25 on Sunday afternoon to claim the victory of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League class at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, British Columbia. Sunny skies and warm temperatures greeted a record-breaking number of spectators to the […]
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Olympian Will Simpson continued to set high standards with his Grand Prix winning spree at HITS Thermal, claiming his impressive seventh first-place win this season in the $34,000 FEI HITS Desert Classic on Thursday. Eleven horses made the jump-off and seven went double-clear. Simpson and The Dude, owned by Monarch International, went last to finish […]
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Vinton Karrasch, of Rancho Santa Fe, California, flew 2,500 miles to compete at HITS Desert Circuit IV, the first of two Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) World Cup qualifying weeks at the HITS Desert Circuit. His effort paid off as Karrasch won the first FEI class of the week, the $34,000 HITS Desert Classic, presented by […]
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Competition kicked off in the Chinook Ring Friday morning with the $8,000 Francis Family Cup 1.45m where Richard Spooner (USA) got his third win in a row this week. Held in a faults converted format, the competition saw 30 entries jumping a course set by Manuel Esparza of Mexico. About halfway through the order, Spooner […]
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