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Longines Rankings

Rankings No 201 (30.09.2017)

1. Kent FARRINGTON (USA) with 3178 pts
2. Mclain WARD (USA) with 2963 pts
3. Kevin STAUT  (FRA) with 2833 pts

 

Dressage Rankings

Rankings No 201 (30.09.2017)
1. Isabell WERTH (GER) with 3026 pts
2. Sönke ROTHENBERGER (GER) with 2586 pts
3. Laura GRAVES (USA) with 2525 pts

 

Eventing Rankings

Rankings No. 130 (30.09.2017)
1. Michael JUNG (GER) with 589 pts
2. Nicola WILSON (GBR) with 471 pts
3. Maxime LIVIO (FRA) with 451 pts

 

Driving Standings

All Driving Standings can be viewed here.

 

Endurance Rankings

Rankings No. 9 (30.09.2017)
1. Pilar SARAVIA (URU) with 1195 points
2. Sabrina ARNOLD (GER) with 1162 points
3. Cheryl VAN DEUSEN (USA) with 1151 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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Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping: Deusser wins electrifying opening leg in Oslo

15 Oct 2017

by Louise Parkes   Germany’s Daniel Deusser (36) and the unusually-coloured gelding Cornet produced a spectacular winning round at the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017/2018 Western European League in Oslo, Norway today. Second-...

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Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017/2018 - Oslo opener looks set to be a sizzler as series celebrates its fabulous 40th!!

10 Oct 2017

by Louise Parkes   The days are getting shorter and the nights longer, but all across Western Europe equestrian fans know that means just one thing - the start of the much-loved Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping season. And this is going to be a...

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Germany crowned FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing champions 2017

9 Oct 2017

By Kate Green Germany has won the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing for the fourth time since the series began in 2012. A fine performance for second place behind New Zealand at the final leg this weekend at Boekelo (NED) took Germany 80 points ahead of...

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