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A Conversation With Marcus Ehning There are few competitors entered in the 2015 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final who have more experience under their belt than Marcus Ehning of Germany. He is one of only three riders to capture the World Cup Final trophy three times, and as one of the enduring faces of […]
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After the results of the first two competitions have been calculated, it is now Steve Guerdat who tops the leaderboard going into today’s Final II. Reigning Olympic Champions Steve Guerdat and Nino des Buissonnets start on a zero score today, followed by Germany’s reigning National Champion Daniel Deusser who is carrying two penalty points. Defending […]
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Reigning Olympic Champion Steve Guerdat inches closer to an almost inevitable win. France’s Patrice Delaveau has withdrawn his mount Lacrimoso HDC after the talented gelding suffered a small injury, thought to have occurred after yesterday’s Final II round. This means that last year’s runner-up, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, now stands alone atop the leaderboard on zero […]
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After an amazing win, World #7 Kent Farrington qualified for the final leg of the World Cup Finals competition tomorrow but has chosen to withdraw Amalaya Investments’ leg two winner, Voyeur, and save the 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood for another day. While Farrington is disappointed not to contest Monday’s final, he knows there is a bright […]
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