Ingmar De Vos


From the outset, let me state very clearly that the proposal to harmonise Jumping entry fees globally does not come from the FEI. This is a proposal that has come from the Alliance of Jumping Organisers (AJO) following the FEI’s request for National Federation and stakeholder input on CSI/CSIO requirements. The FEI has taken no […]

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Stallion Corland Has Died at Age 28

Yesterday Holsteiner stallion VDL Corland by Cor de la Bryere/Landgraf I has died at age 28. The grey horse was successfully competed by Wout Jan van der Schans. The pair was place 9th at the EC in Arnheim, and achieved top placements at the Grand Prix of Rotterdam, Oslo, Den Bosch, Bordeaux, Maastricht, Helsinki, Zuidlaren, […]

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Scott Brash & Hello M'Lady

World Cup Final Without Scott Brash

According to the current entry list for the World Cup show-jumping Final in Omaha British Scott Brash will not attend the event. The top rider qualified for the Final with his 35 which he collected at the stages in Oslo, Helsinki, Lyon, Stuttgart, Madrid, London, Leipzig, Bordeaux and Gothenburg. He ranked 22nd in the Western-European […]

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Silver Medal Winner Sold to the US

Lorenzo de Luca, Italien employee at Stephex Stables had had hopes for a bright and successful future with Jeelena de Muze by Tornedo FC/Chin Chin. Now, however, the Belgian mare will continue her career in the USA. The Tequestrian farm has bought Jelena, a daughter of Maikel van der Vleutens VDL Groep Eureka van’t Roosakker. […]

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Wilfred Simon Tomlinson Has Been Born

Laura Tomlinson (neé Bechtolsheimer) and her husband Mark’s second child has arrived. Wilfred Simon Tomlinson has been born on March 18 at 6.05 am. Mother and child were able to leave the hospital on the same day since they both were well. The team Olympic winner of London had already given birth to Annalisa in 2014. In November, […]

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Surgery For Jur Vrieling’s Carrera VDL

11-year-old KWPN stallion Carrer VDL has to take a one month break from stud service and training. The Cardento son who recently won the two-star Grand Prix in Vestfold under Dutch Jur Vrieling, has suffered a fissure of the pastern bone during training. Carrera VDL immediately underwent surgery and everything went well. That he has […]

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Paul Estermann & Castlefield Eclipse

Paul Esterman Accused of Animal Cruelty

According to the Schweizer Pferdewoche Paul Estermann has come under investigation because he has been accused of animal cruelty. Two days before, the Blick had already released an article in which one of Estermann’s former grooms accuses his former boss. Apparently a photograph of the top horse Castlefield Eclipse exists, which shows the horse with […]

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Goldmedal Winner Showgirl Retired

For four years Canadian Yann Candele and Showgirl were a great combination who participated in championships. Now the French mare will be retired at age 17. On March 18 Showgirl had her last competition in Wellington. In 2011 Showgirl was already one of the top 10 horses at the Pan American games, then still under […]

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Edwina Tops-Alexander & California

Edwina Tops-Alexander, Queen of the 8th Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais

The Grand Prix Hermès – the highlight of the weekend – rounded off the 8th edition of the Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais on Sunday 19 March. Forty-seven of the world’s best show-jumpers, from 19 different countries, took part in this famous class, with €400,000 of prize money at stake. Only three couples managed […]

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Julien Epaillard & Quatrin de la Roque

Julien Epaillard, a rising star at the Grand Palais!

For the very first time, the Grand Palais opened its doors for a late-evening class at 7.30pm: the Prix du 24 Faubourg. This new evening format was a great success, with a large and enthusiastic Parisian crowd coming to watch the closing class on the second day of the Saut Hermès. For the day’s last […]

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