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First Win Of The Season For Doha Falcons

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First Win Of The Season For Doha Falcons Keeps Valkenswaard United In Strong Position Ahead of GCL Finals in Drama-Filled GCL Šamorín

Doha Falcons converted their pole position into a sensational win at the stunning X-Bionic Sphere, Šamorín during the penultimate stage of the 2021 season. Bassem Mohammed and Caletto Cabana teamed up with Yuri Mansur on Vitiki to produce the only double clear of the weekend and help Valkenswaard United stay on top of the overall ranking.

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Spencer Smith Scores In Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Šamorín

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In one of the most competitive jump-off’s of the 2021 season, it was Spencer Smith and Theodore Manciais who defied gravity and soared into first place claiming his first-ever Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix win under the lights in the spectacular arena of Šamorín.

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A DOUBLE FOR BENOIT CERNIN

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This Friday is a day that the Frenchman Benoit Cernin will certainly remember! Together with Vitalhorse Cekanane de Ushara and Uitlanders du Ter he won, successively, the CSI 2* 1.45m Grand Prix and the CSI 5* 1.55m Grand Prix. However in the 5* speed class, it was the Brazilian national anthem that was heard in Grimaud, thanks to great performance of Eduardo Pereira De Menezes, already 2nd in the previous class.

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GCL Championship Unlikely To Be Won This Weekend After Shock Refusal Leaves Race Wide Open in GCL Šamorín

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Hot favourites Valkenswaard United pairing of world number one Peder Fredricson and leading lady Edwina Tops-Alexander finished with an unexpected 14 faults to carry over to tomorrow’s second-round - putting their chances of claiming the Championship win this weekend at risk.

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RENÉ LOPEZ CONTINUES HER HARVEST AT GRIMAUD

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René Lopez, the boss at Grimaud! In front of 29 other competitors, the Colombian won the big class of the day, the 1.50m CSI 5* speed, with his excellent Stalognia. Julien Epaillard, once again left his mark in the CSI 2* by winning his 3rd consecutive class with Cheyenne d'Auge.

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The last dance for the Hubside Fall Tour

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After three weeks of intense competition, the Hubside Fall Tour, embarks on its last days of classes in 2021 from Wednesday October the 14th until Sunday, offering, once again, a great sporting rendezvous. Winner of the last 5* Grand Prix held in Grimaud, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat will be trying to repeat his performance. Against him, Martin Fuchs, Simon Delestre, Philippe Rozier and Gregory Wathelet, who won last Sunday’s 4* Grand Prix, will be present to challenge him in the sunny arena.

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Hubside Jumping: Gregory Wathelet triuphes at Grimaud

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It was the Belgian national anthem which resounded in the Var sky this Sunday at Grimaud, Grégory Wathelet, riding Edesa's Basantos, won the 4* Grand Prix at the Hubside Fall Tour. Over a 1.55m track the Belgian rider rode two perfect rounds demonstating proof yet again of his talent. Earlier, France’s Julien Epaillard came under the spotlight with Cheyenne d'Auge, with whom he won the 1.45m CSI 2* Grand Prix.

Franco-Belgian podiums in Grimaud!

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Dutch domination at the Autumn MET 2021 as Michael Greeve and Guan GJB win the CSI3* Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort Grand Prix

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The second week at the Autumn MET 2021 concluded with the €51.500 CSI3* 1.50m Grand Prix presented by Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort, which ended in Dutch domination.
 

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HUBSIDE JUMPING: RENÉ LOPEZ "LIKE AT HOME"

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The most French of Colombians shone today at Grimaud! 46 starters, 12 going through to the jump-off and only one winner: René Lopez Lizarazo. The rider had plenty to be happy about today as the honours went to him in the big class of the day, the 1.50m CSI 4* Grand Prix. France’s Julien Epaillard’s excellent current form continues as he took the 1.45m CSI 2*Grand Prix.

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CAVALIADA Warsaw 2021: for World Cup points and much more

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The CSI-W 2*-3*competition, which will take place on November 11-14, 2021 in Warsaw’s Torwar, will open a new series of CAVALIADA Tour. CSI competitions have the rank of two stars and the qualifications of the Central European League of the World Cup. The core of the show jumping program consists of three rounds. In the big round after Thursday’s 140 cm class, the competitors will continue to fight for high financial bonuses and points to three rankings.

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