Keeping the public glued to their seats until the very end, Grischa Ludwig of Germany laid down an outstanding run riding Coeurs Little Tyke to a 225.5 which slid him straight to the highest step of the podium after Adrienne Speidel of Switzerland and her Arc Walla Smart had set the bar leaving the pen with a 221.5 to beat. Once the curtain fell on the CS Ranch arena, the lady reiner firmly clinched the Silver medal a half-point in front of Italy’s Lorenzo De Simone who settled for the Bronze atop The Cocked Gun.

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The SVAG FEI World Championship ‘Queen Team’ from the U.S. not only took the Gold in the World Reining Junior Team Competition, they went on to conquer the three steps of the podium in the Individual Competition which counted 20 finalists.

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An amazingly high level of competition, incredibly talented young riders guiding athletic reining horses kept everybody glued to their seats; literally from the beginning until the end of the World Reining Championships for Young Riders.

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Sixteen National Federations were represented by 34 riders and six teams (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, USA) at the CS Ranch where the battle for the medals in the SVAG FEI World Reining Championship for Juniors was on

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The competition is now open in Saumur, the world capital of horseriding and equestrian arts, which will host the FEI Vaulting World Cup Final until tomorrow, Saturday. Tonight, the first of the two rounds counting for the ranking was played, which will determine the winners of the Final in three categories: female, male and Pas-de-deux.

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Holds Swiss compatriot Fuchs back into second, Sweden’s Fredricson finishes third.

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When yesterday’s first-round winner, Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat, said today’s second competition at the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2019 in Gothenburg (SWE) would shake up the leaderboard, he wasn’t wrong. A single mistake tonight sees him go into Sunday’s two-round title-decider lying third on the leaderboard, but only two points behind Spain’s Eduardo Alvarez Aznar at the head of affairs and a single point behind Peder Fredricson who set the Swedish crowd alight with a sensational home victory this evening.

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EEM and Longines are proud to present the new leg of the Longines Masters Series.  After Paris, Hong Kong and New York, the Series will settle on the pristine shores of Lake Leman, in Lausanne.

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Young jumper divisions conclude with jump-off classes at the Palm Beach Masters Series®
Hunter Competition begins Friday, March 1

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Making their mark in the second five-star event of the circuit were Danielle Goldstein (ISR) and Lizziemary, who topped the $391,000 Palm Beach Equine Clinic Grand Prix CSI 5* on Saturday, February 23, at the 2019 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF). It was the highlight event of the seventh week of WEF, which continues through March 31 with top hunter, jumper, and equitation competition at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center.
Week 7 of WEF concludes on Sunday, February 24, with the $72,000 CaptiveOne Advisors 1.50m Classic and the $50,000 Dutta Corp./Guido Klatte Grand Prix CSI 2*.

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