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An American Quarter Horse Lun, 30/03/2009 - 09:03

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At an age when some quarter horses are finished racing, Silent Cash Dasher was just getting started and more than a decade later, he's still running and setting records.


Horse Reigning: Stefano Massignan and Yellow Jersey win the Nrha European Futurity 'Open to the World' Kreuth.

Stefano Massignan and his horse Yellow Jersey won the $15,000 added Open.
 The curtain closes on the first National Reining Horse Association approved European Futurity, and the final show of the discipline was the $15,000 added Nrha Open, which was won by yet another Italian rider.


Show jumping: CSI2 in Dortmund

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German rider Ludger Beerbaum won the top prize in Dortmund, Germany, riding Coupe de Couer. Jeroen Dubbeldam finished runner-up with BMC van Grunsven Whisper, whilst Marcus Ehning and his horse Sandro Boy finished third.


Rolf-Göran Bengtsson wins the Grand Prix in Arezzo


Swedish rider Rolf- Göran Bengtsson won the CSI * Grand Prix in Arezzo, Italy, riding Ninja La silla.
Second place went to Balazs Krucso from Hungary, on Colorado.
Whilst French rider Kevin Staut and his mount Le Prestige St Lois completed the podium.
The best of the Italians was Piergiorgio Bucci who finished seventh on da Zara Kanebo.


Show jumping: CSI 3* in Dortmund


Jeroen Dubbledam and his horse BMC van Grunsven Whisper triumphed in the final qualifying round for the Grand Prix.
His teammate Willem Greve finished runner-up riding Ude, whilst Marco Kutscher finished third on Cornet Obolensky.


Disappointing show for Italy in Fontainebleau


It was a disappointing showing from the Italian side in Fontainebleau, France, on the CICO3* circuit.
In the most important event, the Cross-country, Juan Carlos Garcia was the highest ranked for the Azzurri, finishing 25th. In the end the poor performance saw Italy take bottom spot in the Team Event rankings.


Show Jumping CSI2* in Morsele


At 14:30 today the Grand Prix jumping 145 cm course will be held in Morsele.
Yesterday evening the second qualifying round on the metre and 40 centimetres was disputed. Victory went to Levy Pascal riding Witi, after the barrage (0-38.88).


Update from the CICO3* in Fontainebleau


After the Cross Country discipline in Fontainebleau, France, there is a change on the podium. Nicolas Touzaint has taken the lead with Hidalgo de L’Ile (40.6 points in total).
Behind him is Bettina Hoy from Germany riding Ringwood Cockatoo 942.5 points). Whilst Lucy Wiegersma on Shaabrak leapfrogged Simone Deitermann, and his steed Falmbeau H3, to claim third spot.


The Italian 'Long List' for the Euros has been released


The FISE (The Italian Federation of Equestrian Sports) has released the 'long list' for the European Championships to be held in Fontainebleau, France, from the 24th - 27th September.


Showing Jumping: The British Equestrian Federation starts a 12-month training course

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A new and interesting initiative has emerged from Great Britain regarding professional training in the equestrian sector: the British Equestrian Federation has launched a development programme for youngster riders. The Sporting Excellence Study Programme was announced last November and is the result of collaboration between Haddon Training and British Showjumping will give teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19 to obtain the Certificate in Understanding and Achieving Sporting Excellence.


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