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Palm Beach Series announces partnership with EEM for 2019

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Since its beginning four years ago, the Palm Beach Masters has firmly established itself as one of the premier horse shows in the world with its picturesque location, unrivaled hospitality, and world-class facilities.

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EEM is proud to present Season IV of the Longines Masters Series

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EEM is proud to present Season IV of the Longines Masters Series.

The international Show Jumping Series kicks off in Europe celebrating the 10th edition of Longines Masters of Paris, November 29-December 2, 2018, followed by the Longines Masters of Hong Kong, 15-17 February, 2019 with the Asian Horse Week, before setting sail for its final stage with the Longines Masters of New York 25-28 April, 2019.

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Jumping International de Valence IV Harold Boisset... the invincible !

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Press release, Saturday August 25th, 2018
This Saturday, at the Jumping International de Valence, the Haras des Grillons witnessed a new record of attendance. In front of an awaiting and more than enthusiast crowd, the different classes of the CSI2* and the CSI5* kept their promises, honouring true sport performances.

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New York Times Bestselling Author Mary Alice Monroe's Newest Novel, "The Summer Guests," to Debut at FEI World Equestrian Games™

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TRYON, NC, USA - August 28, 2018 - Brooke USA, sister charity of Brooke, the Official Charity of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG), has announced that bestselling author, Mary Alice Monroe, will be present at the Games as one of numerous programming components courtesy of Brooke USA to be highlighted at the World Equine Expo™, hosted September 11-23 at the Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC).
 

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Jumping International de Valence IV Kent Farrington and Gazelle keep their crown!

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The fourth edition of the Jumping International de Valence ended with one of the most beautiful outcome possible. Amongst all this exceptionally high-level set of riders, it's the ex-World n°1 and title-holder, Kent Farrington, who imposed himself in this difficult Grand Prix Hubside of the CSI5*.

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EQUUS Film Festival at World Equine Expo™ to Feature Inspiring and Educational Equestrian Themed Films

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World Equine Expo™ to be Held During FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 Featuring the EQUUS Film Festival, Presented by Mustang Leadership Partners, LLC; Grounds Passes Now Available at Tryon2018.com
For Immediate Release

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Jumping International de Valence

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The Irish colours reign once more on Valence
The Prix Axeria just ended on another Irish victory: Cian O'Connor, riding Veneno. The couple, already on the fourth position in the opening class of the CSI5* of the Jumping International de Valence on Thursday, impose itself in this incredible time of 59,68 seconds, just three seconds early on its followers.

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Jumping International de Valence IV One last win for Switzerland before the Grand Prix

The Swiss national hymn was heard for the second time of the day during the Prix MMA - SFAM at the Jumping International de Valence. Martin Fuchs took the victory for the first class of the CSI5* this Sunday with Dubai du Bois Pinchet. With a time of 28,88 seconds on the second half of his clear round, he outstripped Grégory Whatelet and Iphigeneia de Muze. The couple finished their course in this two phases class at 1,45m in just 29,58 seconds.

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Jumping International de Valence IV François Mathy Jr. seizes the Prix Mma

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The major class of this Friday at the Jumping International de Valence, the Prix MMA 1.55m with jump-off, witnessed once again a match between France and Belgium, as we saw it just last week, in the Prix Axeria of the CSI4* on Saturday. The same two riders, François Mathy Jr. and Simon Delestre, fought against one another for the first place in this qualificative class for the Grand Prix. Once more, the Belgian rider took the prize from the hands of the French rider. Riding Casanova de l'Herse, the Belgian wrapped up his jump-off in just 36.10 seconds. 

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Jumping International de Valence, third time is a charm for Harold Boisset

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The French riders started this second weekend of competition at the Jumping International de Valence on a strong note. Out of the 6 classes of the day, five made the French Hymn heard by the delighted crowd at the Haras des Grillons.

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