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Welcome to the Wiesbaden Draw. Who leads the charge? Who sets the pace? And who has the power to change everything?

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This weekend, we're heading to The Longines PfingstTurnier Wiesbaden, where Leg Two of the 2019 Event Rider Masters series takes place under the impressive backdrop of the Biebrich Palace. Fifteen combinations representing six different nations are ready to face-off in Germany. Now it's time to determine who will be the first to face the ground jury of Nick Burton (GBR), Dr. Katrin Eichinger-Kniely (AUT) and Dr. Joachim Dimmek (GER). Join us for the Wiesbaden Draw.

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Deusser clinches triumphant home win and seizes LGCT ranking lead

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 Germany’s Daniel Deusser took over the Longines Global Champions Tour ranking lead after a triumphant home win in blazing sunshine in front of jubilant fans in Hamburg.
Deusser and Jasmien v Bisschop were a fraction of a second ahead of Nayel Nassar (EGY) and Lucifer V who put in an electrifying performance in the high calibre jump off to clinch second place ahead of Peder Fredricson (SWE) and H&M All In, completing the LGCT Grand Prix podium.

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HUBSIDE JUMPING : LE GRAND PRIX DU CSI4* POUR ROMAIN DREYFUS

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Dernier temps fort de ce week-end à l’Hubside Jumping, concours international de saut d’obstacles, organisé dans les Ecuries du Golfe de Saint-Tropez, à Grimaud (Var), le Grand Prix du CSI4* à 1,55m et doté de 100 000 euros, revient au cavalier régional Romain
Dreyfus.

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The Event Rider Masters returns to Wiesbaden in Schlosspark Biebrich for a third consecutive year.

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The Event Rider Masters next heads to Germany for Leg 2 of the 2019 series at The Longines PfingstTurnier Wiesbaden, where 18 of the world's top eventing combinations will take on Rüdiger Schwarz's challenging cross country track amidst the backdrop of the stunning Biebrich Palace.

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Show Jumping Heavyweights Hit LGCT Hamburg

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 Show jumping’s heavyweights will be homing in on Hamburg for the sixth round of action on the 2019 Longines Global Champions Tour season calendar. With the first of two German stops on the global circuit, the event marks the move into the second quarter of the series with the Championship unfolding in a dramatic and thrilling way.

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London Knights Win in Split Second GCL Duel with New York Empire

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A fraction of a second split the fortunes of the top two teams in the GCL of Madrid with the London Knights triumphing ahead of New York Empire in a nail-biting finish.
The win by the Knights dynamic duo of Ben Maher and Martin Fuchs propelled the team up the overall ranking after the fifth leg of the 2019 season, but Shanghai Swans remain on top as a ferocious battle develops in the top end of the GCL grid.

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THE HUBSIDE JUMPING, ACT 2!

After the success of the first HUBSIDE SPRING TOUR in April, the HUBSIDE JUMPING has announced a new tour of 3 dates at the Ecuries du Golfe de Saint-Tropez in Grimaud, in the heart of the French Riviera. The big names in international show jumping will be present for the CSI 1*, CSI 2* and CSI 4* events from 30 May to 2 June, from 13 to 16 June and from 27 to 30 June. Free entry.

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Grand Prix Longines of the City of La Baule: Victory for the World champion pair, Simone Blum and DSP Alice

Only eight pairs out of the forty five on the start list of the Grand Prix Longines of the City of La Baule managed to clear the course designed by Frédéric Cottier within the time allowed : Eduardo Menezes (BRA)/H5 Quintol, Olivier Robert (FRA)/Vangog du Mas Grenier, Doron Kuipers (NED)/Charley, Amy Inglis (GBR)/Wishes, Grégory Wathelet (BEL)/Iron Man Van de Padernborre, Steve Guerdat (SUI)/Albfuehren’s Bianca, Simone Blum (GER)/DSP Alice and Darragh Kenny (IRL)/Important de Muze. These eight riders confronted in the jump-off, this difficult exercise requiring speed and precision.

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Fantastic Fuchs Elated After LGCT Grand Prix of Madrid Win

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Martin Fuchs thrust his hat into the air to acknowledge the capacity crowd’s standing ovation as he landed over the final fence to claim victory in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Madrid, elation written across his face.

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HENRIK VON ECKERMANN WINS ROLEX GRAND PRIX ON FINAL DAY OF ROYAL WINDSOR HORSE SHOW

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The closing day of the 76th edition of Royal Windsor Horse Show was blessed with clear blue skies and bright sun as final victories were secured for the top-class competitors.

The climax of the CSI5* Show Jumping, the Rolex Grand Prix went to Sweden's Henrik von Eckermann following a nail biting jump-off. Earlier in the day Ireland's Shane Breen took the CSI5* Manama Rose Show Stakes title and The ClipMyHorse.TV Under 25 Jumping Competition was won by Joseph Stockdale.

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