The U.S. jumpers had to wait an extra day to take part in FEI Nations Cup competition at the CSIOW Buenos Aires after the class was delayed due to rain on Friday. The four Americans proved the wait was well worth it as they stormed to victory finishing on a two round total of four faults.
When speed is the name of the game in a show jumping class, there are a few riders who jump to the top of your mind. Laura Kraut of Middleburg, VA, showed Tuesday night what makes her a top rider against the clock, taking the $32,000 Jolera International Jumper Welcome following a third place finish in the $20,000 International Power & Speed this afternoon at the Royal Horse Show.
Yann Candele of Caledon, ON, made history by claiming the 2012 Canadian Show Jumping Championship, presented by Greenhawk, on November 3 at The Royal Horse Show in Toronto, ON. Candele has become the first rider to win the prestigious title three years in a row.
The German team produced yet another first-rate performance to win at Boekelo (NED), the final leg of the inaugural FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing, and rounded off what has been an outstanding year for the country’s senior riders with a comfortable victory in this new series.
The unparalleled careers of Ian Millar, Canada’s most decorated show jumping athlete, and Hickstead, Canada’s most successful show jumping horse, will be celebrated during this year’s Jump Canada Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Gala.
The GCT championship race intensified dramatically tonight with only five points between Edwina Tops-Alexander and Rolf-Göran Bengtsson after one of the most electrifying Grand Prix of the season.
All eyes will be on Lezirias, Portugal this weekend as the U.S. sends three drivers to the FEI World Driving Championships for Singles in hopes of adding to their 2012 medal tally.
The biggest day in show jumping saw the youngest CN International winner in History in an exciting finale to the 2012 Spruce Meadows tournament season.
There were a whole lot of Fellers in Sunday’s, $100,000 Canaccord Genuity World Cup at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, British Columbia. Current World Cup champion, Rich Fellers (USA), advanced with both Flexible & Colgan Cruise, while wife, Shelley went clear on Revenge. With just five in the final, the crowd was on their feet to see Rich post the only double clear rounds and win the day.
U.S. Team Finishes Fourth and Sleeper 11th as an Individual at the Longines FEI World Endurance Championship
Saturday, August 25 started out pleasant at Euston Park in England, but throughout the day the weather deteriorated into heavy downpours and severe thunderstorms.
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