Enchanting sights, spectacular setting, magical place…are just some of the praises the riders have used to describe the venue of the very first Longines Masters event in Lausanne. Said Caroline Ratignan, the American rider who captured the very first victory in Lausanne in the Masters…
Will they be able to triumph in the Grand Prix this week? During the second week of the HUBSIDE JUMPING and after a resoundingly masculine edition in April, a strong feminine delegation is taking command of the French Riviera event. A show, a performance, a…
Niels Bruynseels (BEL) and his speedy mare Gancia de Muze reinforced the Belgian march on the Championship after a dazzling win in a star-studded jump off in Cannes.Germany’s Daniel Deusser and Belgium’s Pieter Devos remain locked in an intense duel at the top of the…
There was plenty to celebrate when the hosts posted an emphatic victory in the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Canada at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley (CAN) today, where Ireland finished second and USA slotted into third ahead of Mexico in fourth and Israel…
The reigning Olympic champions from France gritted their teeth and galloped to victory in the edge-of-the-seat Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Switzerland at St Gallen (SUI) today, where a feisty Italian foursome claimed runner-up spot and the host nation, clear favourites at the outset,…
The CSI4* 1m55 Grand Prix, the final highlight of this weekend at the Hubside Jumping, the international show jumping competition organised in the Ecuries du Golfe de Saint-Tropez, in Grimaud (Var), boasting prize money of 100, 000 euros, was won by the regional rider Romain…
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