Rodrigo Pessoa’s World Champion Gandini Lianos Has Died

Brazilian show-jumper Rodrigo Pessoa has announced on Instagram that his Gandini Lianos has passed away at age 32. He had just laid down and did not wake up again. The Holsteiner gelding by Landlord became World Champion in Rome in 1998, and he won the Grand Prix with the highest prize money, the Grand Prix of […]

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Michael Whitaker & Cassionato

Michael Whitakers Olympic Horse to New Rider

14-year-old Holsteiner stallion Cassionato by Cassini/Quidam de Revel, with whom Michael Whitaker represented Great Britain at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio and the 2015 EC in Aachen, will be ridden by Whitaker’s compatriot Jamie Gornall in the future. Gornall wants to focus the training on this year’s European Championships and next year’s Olympic Games […]

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European Champion Peder Fredericson with New Horse in Basel

Swedish European Champion Peder Fredericson will have his debut with a new horse next weekend at the World Cup in Basel – which will host a stage of the World Cup for the first time. He has taken over 9-year-old BWP gelding Kirlo van den Bosrand from his assistant instructor Stephanie Holmen, who showed him […]

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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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World Championships Fifth-Placed Horse to Philipp Dutton

7-year-old Selle Francais mare California d’Horset will be ridden by Philip Dutton, who won bronze in Rio, in the future. The mare by Soliman was ridden to place five at the World Championship of the young eventing horses by her owner Yannick Dirou (FRA) in Le Lion d’Angers. The US-American takes over the mare’s ride […]

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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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Jorinde Verwimp & Tiamo

Jorinde Verwimp’s Tiamo: Farewell ceremony in Mechelen

This Saturday, Belgian dressage rider Jorinde Verwimp has retired her 18-year-old KWPN gelding Tiamo by Lester from the sport. In their last competition, the World Cup Freestyle, they finished in place eight with 74,120 percent. For the rider, then a young rider, Tiamo became her exceptional horse, who brought her to the top of the […]

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