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Asia Horse Week 2019

Asia Horse Week 2019 came to a close this evening and was heralded a huge success by world leaders in Equestrian sport. In only its second year, Asia Horse Week has quickly become one of the leading forums for meaningful and insightful discussion about the equine industry and sport.

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Kevin Jochems was the top rider today at Montenmedio

Winning the Geolastic Trophy and bringing the second day of the Tour to an exciting close.
Kevin Jochems flew to victory today riding the 10yr old mare Evita, by “Canturano”. They were unbeatable in the first FEI Longines Ranking Big Class of the tour. The class took place in the impressive main grass arena “David Broome”.
It was named after the famous Welsh rider as a tribute and to note that he was responsible, along with Don Antonio Blázquez, the owner of the ‘Dehesa de Montenmedio’ in setting up the Sunshine Tour 25 years ago.

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The Sunshine Tour got off to a great start today with a good number of competitors taking part in the CSI2*.

Around 410 horses competed in eight classes here at Montenmedio.

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Mexico is Jumping... Wrapping Up the NEW BanBajío Classic, CSI4*-W

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The Leon Equestrian Club was FantasticoLeón, Guanajuato, MX - February 13, 2019 - Looking for some show jumping action with fantastic
weather, facilities and FEI competition? From Guadalajara to León to Otomí to Balvanera to Mexico City and Coapexpan, Mexico is jumping with 12 CSI events over a four-month period from late January through May. Whether it is excellent footing, competition, accommodations or gastronomy, it is all
“aquí” in Mexico.

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Felicie Bertrand, the emotion

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In this French women’s sport weekend, Félicie Bertrand’s victory, riding a 13 years old mare Sultane des Ibis, could not be any more feminine. The 36 years old lady exploded last year on the international level, finally takes the win of her first Grand Prix 5*, here in Bordeaux, usually man’s land.

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Jumping International de Bordeaux First title for Netherland’s young Bram Chardon!

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After Boyd Exell’s counter performance and the misadventures of his father, Ijsbrand Chardon yesterday (an incident with the harness), the son, Bram Chardon easily took the win of the FEI Driving World Cup final after a splendid demonstration today: he takes home his first world title with almost 20 seconds ahead (time and faults on both days included) on his countryman, Koos de Ronde.

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Everything ready for the start of the Sunshine Tour

The first riders and their horses are already installed in the improved facilities of Montenmedio
Everything ready for the first week of competition at the Sunshine Tour, horses from all continents arriving by land, sea and air to Dehesa de Montenmedio, where you can already feel a competitive atmosphere.
All the staff works tirelessly so that this Wednesday, 13th February, the twenty-fifth edition of what is the best circuit in Europe will be inaugurated. Starting with the CSI2 * there will be classes from 1.20m to 1.45m, in addition to the CSIYH - 5,6 and 7 years old.

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Nothing can stop Daniel Deusser!

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His win in the World Cup Grand Prix last night, the third of the season, gave him wings: Germany’s Daniel Deusser took the first place today in the Prix France Info – France Bleu, an accumulator class with joker. Every clear jump gives additional points (No.1 is worth one point, No.2 gives two points…) Deusser was riding Kiana van het Herdershof, a mare quite new in his stables: "I think Bordeaux is a really great show this year!

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Jumping International de Bordeaux It’s Daniel’s turn!

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t was a ruthless battle to win the last Gothenburg tickets between the fifteen mid-ranked riders of the West-European League in this Saturday’s night World Cup Grand Prix at the Jumping International de Bordeaux. Finally, the ranking didn’t really change: the « already qualified » riders mostly strengthened their positions. One thing will be remembered though, it is Germany’s new victory at Bordeaux: this year, it was Daniel Deusser’s turn, winner of the 2014 final, to seize first place in this leg, for the first time in his career.   

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Jordan Coyle and Eristov Claim the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™

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A field of twenty-one horse and rider combinations were put to the test over Anderson Lima’s (Mex) challenging track in The BanBajío Classic’s $1,910,000 MXN ($100,000 U.S.) Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Leon. Only two were able to answer all of the questions asked without fault, Ireland’s Jordan Coyle aboard Elan Farm’s 10-year-old gray Dutch Warmblood, Eristov, along with the winners of the 2019 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Guadalajara, Salvador Onate and the 14-year-old Westphalian chestnut gelding known as Big Red (owned by Denisse Iberri Orozco & Luis Gerardo).

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