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Swift Swail Soars to $36,600 Talus 1.45m CSI3* Win with Theo 160 at National Sunshine Series I

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Show jumping action at the Desert International Horse Park continued on Saturday during the National Sunshine Series. In the Grand Prix Ring, the highlight event of day was the $36,600 Talus 1.45m CSI3*, part of the international events presented by Marshall & Sterling. With quick and clear effort, it was once again Ireland’s Conor Swail and Theo 160 who topped a three-horse jump-off to lead the lap of honor.


15 World Class Combinations Set For The 2021 Season Climax: €1.25 Million Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix

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On Saturday 20 November, fifteen of the world's top riders will go into battle for the ultimate individual showdown in show jumping at the third edition of the Longines Global Champions Tour Super Grand Prix. The 15 challengers are winners of each LGCT Grand Prix during the 2021 season or runners up if the winner was already qualified for the GC Playoffs, and all will take centre stage in the ultimate showdown to contest for the prestigious LGCT Super Grand Prix win.


Cassio Rivetti and Alanine De Vains Victorious in $9,100 Vitaflex 1.40m CSI3* at National Sunshine Series I

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FEI CSI3* competition, presented by Marshall & Sterling, kicked off on Thursday at the Desert International Horse Park. The highlight event of the second day of competition during the National Sunshine Series was the $9,100 1.40m, sponsored by VitaFlex, where 32 horse and rider combinations vied for the winning honors in the two-phase competition. Brazil’s Cassio Rivetti proved to be the best with Alanine De Vains, edging out Jamie Taylor and Cocoliche of Greenhill Z by just 3/10ths of second to take home the top prize.


Youngest Proves The Best in JC Medal

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In the first ever JC Medal under a new format, it was 14 year old Sloane Betker of Kelowna, British Columbia who proved the best topping a field of 10 competitors from around the country to win the JC Medal after three phases.


Countdown is On to the €6 million GCL Super Cup as Prague Hosts World’s Top Riders and Teams

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After a phenomenal 2021 season, the final showdown of the year for the GCL teams will take place from 18 - 21 November in the GCL Super Cup at the GC Prague Playoffs.

This season alone Valkenswaard United have won over €2.2 million in prize money with another €6 million up for grabs in the GCL Super Cup. It is all to play for as the teams start on a clean sheet with every round counting and no drop scores.




Lucky number three! Switzerland's Martin Fuchs has won the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ stage in Lyon for the third  time  in  a  row.  After  two  wins  with  Clooney  51  in  2018  and  2019,  the  silver-medallist  at  the  last  world  championships,  European champion and world number 3 won with his bay Chaplin, almost flying over the 8 obstacles in the jump-off in a time  of 34''50.  


Pablo Gomez Molina and Servus Ymas Score Freestyle Win at World Equestrian Center Dressage IV

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Ocala, Fla. – In the final day of the World Equestrian Center Dressage IV show on Sunday, October 24, 2021, Pablo Gomez Molina (ESP) and Servus Ymas, owned by Cristina Danguillecourt, scored their second win of the week, this time in the Intermediate 1 Freestyle CDI3*. Competition for this CDI-W event wrapped up, but dressage returns to World Equestrian Center – Ocala on December 9-12, 2021.


Daniel Coyle and Legacy Leap to $137,000 ESI Footing Grand Prix CSI 3* Win

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Mill Spring, NC - Daniel Coyle (IRL) and Legacy danced across the Tryon Stadium to a victory in the $137,000 ESI Footing Grand Prix CSI 3* at Tryon International Equestrian Center & Resort (TIEC). Following close behind in second place with a jump-off time of 35.676 seconds was Ali Wolff (USA) and Casall, the 2005 Holsteiner gelding (Casall x Capitol l) owned by Blacklick Bend Farm. Santiago Lambre (BRA) and Comtess 202, his own 2011 Westphalian mare (Comme II Faut 5 x Pilot), finished with third place honors with a clear round and a time of 35.956 seconds in the second round.


Veni, vidi, vici. Alain Jufer once again unbeatable in the Andalucia Grand Prix

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60 riders took part in the most important class of the week here at Montenmedio, all aiming to win the Grand Prix class which was kindly sponsored by the ‘Junta de Andalucia’.  


Julien Epaillard wins the Grand Prix of the CSI 4* in Saint-Lô for the second time in a row

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Winner of the first edition of the CSI 4* in 2020 with Queeleta, Julien Epaillard (FRA) offers himself the double by winning this afternoon the Grand Prix du Département de la Manche with Billabong du Roumois.


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