Gert-Jan Bruggink & Casparo

Gert-Jan Bruggink: Fractured Leg

Dutch show-jumper Gert-Jan Bruggink will have to take a six week break – according to Hippisch Twente he has a fractured leg. Bruggink fell from a horse, he said, because he had been unfocused for a moment. When his horse bucked out of joy it came down in an unfortunate position and Bruggink fell. The […]

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Bosty Presents New Horse at World Cup

This week the World Cup season goes on in Basel. French Roger-Yves Bost will participate with a new horse. The winner of team gold at the Olympic Games is going to ride 9-year old Berlin son Avocat du Temple in Switzerland. Previously the horse was ridden by Bost’s son-in-law Thibaut Bazire, who competed the horse […]

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A “Pin-Up Girl” for Conor Swail

Irish show-jumper Conor Swail has a new addition to his stable. French Zoe Muller has sold 9-year-old Pin Up de Hus by Pilot de Hus to the Irish. Last month he tested the mare in Lier and Liverpool, achieved some top ten placements and now has perfected the deal last week. Pin Up was presented […]

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Steve Guerdat & Hannah

Swiss Olympic champion Guerdat back to world number one in Longines Rankings

Steve Guerdat, the Swiss star who took individual Jumping gold at the London 2012 Olympic Games, has reclaimed the world number one slot in the Longines Rankings. The 36-year-old, who was previously 140 points off the lead in second place behind Harrie Smolders, has now jumped ahead of the Dutch athlete with a 55-point advantage […]

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Christian Ahlmann & Clintrexo Z

Germany’s Ahlmann is the master at Mechelen

Germany’s Christian Ahlmann (44) clinched a thrilling last-to-go victory at the ninth leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western European League at the Nekkerhal Stadium in Mechelen, Belgium today. In a tense competition from which only four of the 39 starters emerged to battle it out against the clock, the crowd were […]

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Nicola Philippaerts & Bisquet Balou

Breeding Career for Philippaerts’ Bisquet Balou C

After the Leon Melchior Open Zangersheide Sires of the World class his sport career was finished for Bisquet Balou C. The 13-year-old BWP stallion by Balou du Rouet from a Polydor mare was retired from the sport with fifth place in the stallion competition. In the future he will start his breeding career in France […]

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Scott Brash & Ursula XII

Scott Brash’s Ursula To Become A Mother

At the London International Horse Show last weekend, British Scott Brash retired his horse Ursula XII. The 17-year-old mare is now supposed to start a breeding career. The Scottish bred horse by Ahorn/Papageno had a fairytale career. In 2016 she was the horse to win the most prize money  – she won the Grand Prix […]

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Niels Bruynseels

Whitaker’s Five-Star Horse to Niels Bruynseels

Today it became known that British show-jumper William Whitaker will leave Belgium and Ludwig Criel’s stable and move to the USA. Now it was announced who will take over the ride of Whitaker’s horses: Niels Bruynseels. The Belgian rider will receive the ride of all of Whitaker’s five-star horses owned by Ludwig Criel. Among them are […]

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William Whitaker & Utamaro d'Ecaussines

William Whitaker: Move to the USA

British show-jumper William Whitaker’s future lies in the USA. For more than two years the 29-year-old, who recently won the World Cup show-jumping competition in London, was based in Belgium at Ludwig Criel’s yard. In these two years he was able to celebrated many successes, was part of the EC team for Gothenburgh and part […]

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Daniel Deußer & Clintop

Daniel Deußer’s Clintop to Young Rider

15-year-old BWP gelding Clintop, who celebrated numerous successes under Daniel Deußer (GER), has a new task. In the future he will be the horse of young Belgian rider Lotte Blevi for 1,20m competitions. Once the Clinton son became known under Austrian by choice Max Kühner and then went to Daniel Deußer. He and the gelding received […]

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