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Friday, 25 Apr 2014

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Penelope Leprevost and Nayana win Thursday’s biggest class in Antwerp

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PenelopeNayanaPenelope Leprevost and Nayana were by far the fastest in Thursday's biggest class in Antwerp. Photo by World of Showjumping.Penelope Leprevost and Nayana (Royal Feu x Narcos II) left their competitors behind in Thursday’s 1.50/1.55 class sponsored by CMB in Antwerp. The super stylish French rider came in about half-way in the sixteen rider jump-off and took the lead with one of her trademark fast yet beautiful rounds over the shortened track that counted seven fences and included a combination midway. Nobody managed to come near Penelope’s time tonight. Closest was last-to-go Marc Houtzager on Sterrehof’s Uppity (Guidam x Epilot) over two seconds behind on the clock. Third was home rider Pieter Devos on Dream of India Greenfield (Gem Of India x Night And Day) who did a great round.

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Advertisement; Final spurt to our auction on 29th April at the Gestüt Rahmannshof in Essen (NRW)!

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BlassAlonso - a KWPN gelding born in 2005 by Concorde. We are getting closer to the day of the auction. All horses have developed very well during the last 4 weeks. Throughout the weeks before the auction our horses are continued to be trained for our clients so that they can participate in competitions immediately after the auction. That means, they participate in national and international competitions according to their age.

 

For instance, Big Star, Azura and Joselyn were successful in the CSI** Lanaken. Furthermore, Miami and Balista participated in youngster competitions with clear rounds. Barny was successful in youngster competitions. In Balve Dalero, Baloufina, Crescendo and Lightning were placed in youngster competitions as well. For instance, Lightning placed 4th in an elementary test. More outstanding results were reached at the competition in Eschweiler. Big Star won the qualification for 6-year-olds, placed sixth in the second qualification reached the 11th place in the final. A further international aspirant is Azura. Azura achieved three clear rounds and placed 6th in the final. We offer talented jumpers for the national and the international sport.

Images | Course walk at the Longines FEI World Cup Final - part two

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_K7X6627German Chef d'Equipe Otto Becker shows WoSJ how wide the CWD oxer is! All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Tripple X III to Torrey Pines Stable

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ben-tripple-xBen Maher and Tripple X III at the Olympic Games 2012. Photo by Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com.Ben Maher's Olympic gold winning medallist Tripple X III has been sold to Torrey Pines Stable. On his official Twitter account, Maher states: "We can confirm that my Olympic partner Tripple X III has been sold to Torrey Pines Stable. We wish them every success."

 

The 12 year old gelding by Namelus R x Cantango is home bred by Maher, and the British rider has brought him up to the highest level of the sport. In 2012 the pair was a part of the British team that won gold at the summer Olympics in London, and they were also on the bronze winning team at the Europeans in Madrid in 2011. Maher and Tripple X III have many big wins together, and last year they won the Longines King George V Gold Cup on home soil at Hickstead as well as the Grand Prix at London Olympia.

The WoSJ guest blogger after the Longines FEI World Cup Final; Jenny Rågdel Lagerqvist

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bloggWhat a fantastic weekend it has been! I expected Daniel and Cornet to do well, but I did not expect them to win the final! I was guessing someone like Christian Ahlmann, Marcus Ehning, Beezie Madden or Kent Farrington would win. So that it would end up being us was not in my thoughts at all when coming to Lyon.

Images | Course walking at the Longines FEI World Cup Final - part one

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_K7X3143Thumbs up from the man who ended as runner-up; Ludger Beerbaum! Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.

This week's live streaming

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longAll the week's biggest showjumping events will be live streamed online.

 

The CSI5* Longines Global Champions Tour in Antwerp can be watched online via this link. The broadcast schedule can be found here.

 

The CSI4* Horses and Dreams meets Brazil in Hagen can be watched online via this link.

Same, same but different - at the World Cup Final in Lyon

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Marcus-Ehning-Cornado-19420At WoSJ we love to watch the riders and horses' different styles over a fence. Here is how it looked when the competitors in the first of the two final rounds in Monday's Longines FEI World Cup Final jumped the huge CWD oxer. Let's start with style icon Marcus Ehning on Cornado NRW. Photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Nouvelle Europe Z to Alvaro de Miranda

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faye-schoch-nouvelle-europeNouvelle Europe Z and Faye Schoch in Oliva Nova last year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Le Cavalier Romand reports that Alvaro de Miranda has a new ride; Nouvelle Europe Z. The 10 year old mare by Nelson Z x Jimtown has done very well under Swiss rider Faye Schoch over the last year. The pair won a two star Grand Prix in Vilamoura in February, they were third in the two star Grand Prix in Cagnes-sur-Mer in March and fourth in the Grand Prix in San Giovanni in the beginning of this month - to mention some of many good results.

Paul O'Shea and Primo de Revel win $25,000 Nutrena ESP Spring 3 Grand Prix

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osheaPaul O'Shea and River Dance Semilly. Photos © Mancini Photos.Equestrian Sport Productions LLC (ESP) hosted its third week of spring competition at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, FL, last week with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation events. In the highlight $25,000 Nutrena ESP Spring 3 Grand Prix on Sunday, Ireland's Paul O'Shea and Primo de Revel were the winners. O'Shea also won the $10,000 ESP Spring Rider Challenge.

The riders for the Horses & Dreams event in Hagen

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john-argentoLast year's Grand Prix winner John Whitaker returns to the 2014 edition. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The four star event Horses & Dreams meets Brazil in Hagen this coming weekend, welcomes plenty of good riders. Ludger Beerbaum will be present, as will John Whitaker, Peter Charles, Billy Twomey, Jessica Kürten, Pius Schwizer, Janika Sprunger, Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, Marco Kutscher and Carsten-Otto Nagel. The show also hosts the DKB-Riders Tour Grand Prix on Sunday.

The riders kicking off the Longines Global Champions Tour in Antwerp

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jumpingantwerp_antwerpen005The first Longines Global Champions Tour of the 2014 season kicks off in Antwerp, Belgium on Thursday. As always the list of riders is full of top names, with world number one and two Scott Brash and Ben Maher present. Another six of the top ten riders in the world are also present; Marcus Ehning, Steve Guerdat, Kevin Staut, Kent Farrington, Patrice Delaveau and Daniel Deusser.

New rider at Absolute Horses

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AxelssonAnnika Axelsson. Photo provided by Absolute Horses. Swedish rider Annika Axelsson will join the team of riders at Absolute Horses in Denmark. After a few years abroad, competing up to five star level in the United Arab Emirates – Axelsson has returned to Scandinavia. Axelsson has previously been employed as a rider at Absolute Horses, where her job was to educate young horses.

Lacontino back to Luciana Diniz

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kathiLacontino and Katharina Offel part ways. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After almost seven months with Katharina Offel in the saddle, Lacontino (Landgold x Continue) returns to his previous rider Luciana Diniz. The Portuguese rider gave Offel the horse to ride in the end of September last year, and the couple had some good results together – in March they were third in the prestigious Grand Prix at Saut Hermès in Paris and they were placed fifth and tenth in the World Cups in Leipzig and Bordeaux earlier this year.

The top ten riders in the Longines FEI World Cup Final in images

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daniel-cornetThe winners: Daniel Deusser and Cornet D'Amour - clear in all rounds in Lyon, and well deserved champions! All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

Exclusives

Visiting Marcus Ehning in images - part two

Visiting Marcus Ehning in images - part two

Welcome to the Ehning's yard! All photos by Jenny Abrahamsson.

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