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29 July 2022

Hickstead: France wins in the jump-off

Hickstead: France wins in the jump-off

In the traditional Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Great Britain in Hickstead, Brazil, Germany and France were in the lead after the two rounds over 160 centimetres with eight faults each.

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15 July 2022

Belgium wins in Falsterbo

Belgium wins in Falsterbo

The situation before the very last rider of the competition was clear: If Ellen Whitaker (GBR) remained zero, there would be a jump-off for the victory between Belgium and Great Britain. However, when she crossed the finish line, all the poles were still in place, but ...

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1 July 2022

Leading Events of St.Gallen - Together even stronger

Leading Events of St.Gallen - Together even stronger

The OpenAir St.Gallen, the FC St.Gallen 1879, the St.Gallen Symposium, the Olma Messen St.Gallen and the CSIO St.Gallen are joining forces for common causes. As Leading Events of St.Gallen, they take social responsibility and work together for even more charisma for ...

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24 June 2022

Rotterdam: Home victory for the Netherlands

Rotterdam: Home victory for the Netherlands

What a demonstration of strength: With zero points on their account, the Dutch defended their title from a year ago at the CHIO Rotterdam and once again secured the home victory in the Longines FEI Nations Cup of Europe Division 1!

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12 June 2022

Germany triumphs in Sopot

Germany triumphs in Sopot

With only four points over two rounds, the team of Otto Becker was clearly superior to the competition at the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Poland in Sopot. After three clear rounds, Germany was already in the lead after the first round.

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6 June 2022

SWITZERLAND WINS THE NATIONS CUP!

SWITZERLAND WINS THE NATIONS CUP!

What a day! Finally! After 26 years, Switzerland wins a Nations Cup in St. Gallen again. In the great line-up of Martin Fuchs and Leone Jei (with double zero), Edouard Schmitz with Quno, Pius Schwizer with Vancouver de Lanlore and Steve Guerdat with Venard de Cerisy ...

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6 June 2022

Another victory for Marlon Modolo Zanotelli and Eclair de Rouhet

Another victory for Marlon Modolo Zanotelli and Eclair de Rouhet

As already yesterday in the qualification, the Brazilian rider Marlon Modolo Zanotelli won today's Youngster Cup Final of the Büchel Enterprises with his magnificent Eclair de Rouhet. Behind Jos Verlooy (BEL) and Cazan Z, Edouard Schmitz with Karel Doorman was the best ...

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6 June 2022

Again Nathalie Straubinger and Condor E

Again Nathalie Straubinger and Condor E

Nathalie Straubinger wins the Small Tour of the Walter Knoll Amateur Trophy over 125 cm with Condor E for the second time. In this two-phase competition, Celestina Rhyner came second with Caruso Enrico and Michèle Tanner-Elsener came third with Fleur Fomia. Congratulations!

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6 June 2022

Fantastische Frouw fantastic

Fantastische Frouw fantastic

With the only double clear, Michaela Walser wins the last competition of the Reitsport.ch Amateur Trophy (Grand Tour) with Fantastische Vrouw. In this two-phase jumping competition, the winner of the last two days, Anna Siegmann with PB Jinka, comes second. Joris Hanselmann ...

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5 June 2022

Superior victory for Ireland in Langley

Superior victory for Ireland in Langley

The Irish, who live in North America, showed their riding class at the Longines CSIO5* FEI Jumping Nations Cup in Langley, Canada, which was endowed with 400,000 dollars, and dominated the two rounds so much that their final rider did not even have to start his second ...

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5 June 2022

Leony Seitz and Diandra win

Leony Seitz and Diandra win

In the last competition of today, the Geberit Amateur Trophy - Small Tour, Leony Seitz and Diandra won. Second place went to Tina Rutz with Keatulon Ella and third place to Géraldine Röthlin with Adomo's Glarina. Congratulations!

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5 June 2022

Eclair de Rouhet the fastest

Eclair de Rouhet the fastest

In the Youngster Cup, the Prize of the City and Canton of St. Gallen, the Brazilian Marlon Modolo Zanotelli wins with Eclair de Rouhet, followed in second place by Pius Schwizer (SUI) with Ellie de Chasnay and in third place by Katharina Rhomberg mti Colestus Cambridge ...

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