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Deusser Saves the Best for Last in Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of New York


Leading the victory gallop in the city where dreams are made with a spectacular win in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of New York was Daniel Deusser of Germany and Scuderia 1918 Tobago Z. It was a nail-biting jump-off of just four top combinations, and they all finished within half a second of each other.


Pathfinders Madrid In Motion Take the Lead in GCL Round 1 of New York


Il primo round della GCL di New York è stato dominato da un Madrid in Motion freddo, calmo e raccolto. In qualità di apripista della classe, l'impressionante coppia formata da Maikel Van Der Vleuten e Angelica Augusstsson Zanotelli è scesa nell'arena dando vita a una vera e propria masterclass e realizzando due turni netti, dando la falsa impressione a chi li seguiva che si trattasse di un'impresa facile.


Ifko and Un Diamant des Forets Show Need for Speed in CSI3* tbird Qualifier 1.45m


Jim Ifko (CAN) had a specific plan of attack for the 13-horse jump-off that had assembled for the CSI3* tbird Qualifier 1.45m, Thursday's feature event at the BCHJA Fall Finale.

Ifko identified two distinct gallop lanes in Peter Holmes' (CAN) short track, and he knew his competitors would be making the most of those opportunities. He hoped he could set himself apart with tighter turns, and his longtime partner Un Diamant des Forets quickly understood the assignment.


Ben Maher and Ginger-Blue Claim the Blue in the $25,000 Nutrena Grand Prix


No stranger to the winner’s circle, reigning Olympic champion Ben Maher (GBR) concluded a successful weekend at Equestrian Village during the ESP September horse show on Sunday, grabbing the top spot in the $25,000 Nutrena Grand Prix aboard Jane Forbes Clark’s Ginger-Blue. The quick-footed partnership bested the class of 24 entries hailing from 11 nations, which added another victory to Maher’s list after finishing one-two in the $10,000 Bainbridge Companies 1.40m Open Stake earlier in the week on Forbes Clark’s Tic Tac and Ginger-Blue, respectively.


The Spruce Meadows 'Masters' Starts Tomorrow

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Spruce Meadows (September 6, 2022) - The grounds were busy with activity today as final preparations for the 2022 Spruce Meadows 'Masters' CSIO5*/3* Tournament were underway.


The EEF is excited to extend the Evolution team competition to Dressage

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The EEF launched a new team development competition series for Jumping this summer and is delighted to announce the concept will now be expanded to dressage too.

The EEF’s clear aim is to inspire the growth and accessibility of equestrian sport, and these new development competitions are central to this. The EEF Evolution team competitions offer a new format in lower levels of international shows to enable horses and riders to gain experience and allow team events to be accessed by various competition categories.



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Everything is ready in Poland for the Longines EEF Series Final, the conclusion of the series launched by the European Equestrian Federation (EEF), in order to provide young talented riders, as well as up-and-coming horse and rider combinations and emerging European nations with a chance to gain experience and improve technically at top level shows.


Golden performance for Germany as Ahlmann wins LGCT of Rome Sunday Showdown


It’s never over until Ahlmann takes to the arena, as he proved once again in the final class of Longines Global Champions Tour of Rome. Christian Ahlmann and the stunning stallion Solid Gold Z blasted away the competition in a sizzling final CSI5* 1.50m class of the Longines Global Champions Tour of Rome.


Roles reverse as Berlin Eagles take Championship lead and London Knights win the GCL of Rome battle


Set in the ancient Circus Maximus today’s GCL of Rome cliffhanger saw the series lead switch up as Berlin Eagles go from two points behind Stockholm Hearts to two points ahead!
Stepping up when it counts, London Knight's pulled out all the stops in the second round of the GCL of Rome. Having finished both second and third on the podium this season already, a win in Rome for U25 Mike Kawai and rider for Samuel Hutton could not have come at a better time as the Championship standings are tighter than ever.


Spruce Meadows: second win for Egypt's Nayel Nassar

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The North American Ring featured two FEI competitions on Saturday of the Spruce Meadows 'Continental' CSI5*/2*, presented by Rolex. Familiar faces from the 2022 Spruce Meadows Summer Series were ready to take on the the track laid out by FEI Course Designer Anthony d'Ambrosio (USA) in the $137,000 Friends of the Meadows 1.50m jump off competition.


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