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Longines Rankings

Rankings No 192 (31.12.2016)

1. Daniel DEUSSER (GER) with 3076 pts
2. Christian AHLMANN (GER) with 3006 pts
3. Kent  FARRINGTON (USA) with 2950 pts

 

 

Dressage Rankings

Rankings No 192 (31.12.2016)
1. Isabell WERTH (GER) with 2928 pts
2. Kristina BRÖRING-SPREHE (GER) with 2823 pts
3. Dorothee SCHNEIDER (GER) with 2704 pts

 

Eventing Rankings

Rankings No. 121  (31.12.2016)
1. Michael JUNG (GER) with 632 pts
2. Philip DUTTON (USA) with 517 pts
3. Christopher BURTON (AUS) with 484 pts

 

Driving Standings

All Driving Standings can be viewed here.

 

Endurance Rankings

Rankings No. 12 (31.12.2016)
1. Maria ALVAREZ PONTON (ESP) with 1848 points
2. Julien LAFAURE (FRA) with 1613 points
3. Pilar SARAVIA (URU) with 1594 points

 

Vaulting Champions

Rankings for Women, Men, Pas-de-Deux can be viewed here

Reining Rankings

Rankings for Seniors, Young Riders & Juniors can be viewed here

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FEI announces Tribunal Final Decision in banned substance case

16 Jan 2017

The FEI Tribunal has issued its Final Decision in the case involving Dr Pasha Syed Kamaal (IND), identified as support personnel in the 2012 equine anti-doping case of Glenmorgan (FEI ID UAE40813). Samples taken from the horse, which was ridden by...

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Germany’s Daniel Deusser new world number one in Longines Rankings

4 Jan 2017

Germany’s Daniel Deusser goes into 2017 as the new world number one in the Longines rankings, overtaking fellow-countryman Christian Ahlmann who has enjoyed a lengthy period in pole position. And America’s Kent Farrington (3rd) and McLain Ward (4th...

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IJsbrand Chardon is the master in Mechelen

31 Dec 2016

By Cindy Timmer   After a very close battle it was Dutchman IJsbrand Chardon who took the top honours by winning the FEI World Cup™ Driving leg in Mechelen for the first time in his career tonight. Chardon stayed ahead of his rival, Australia's Boyd...

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