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German Victory Sends out a Warning 16 Jul 2004

France still leads the standings after Germany's victory in Aachen  The reigning Olympic and European champions from Germany claimed the latest leg of the 2004 Samsung Nations Cup series on their home ground in Aachen today, sending out a strong signal of confidence and determination a....

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FEI European Pony Championship in Jaskowo (POL) 14 Jul 2004

Poland to host the European Pony Championship for the first time  For the first time in the history of equestrian sports, Poland will host the European Pony Championships. Antoni Chlapowski's Centrum Hipiki in Jaszkowo, Poland and Europe's largest educational centre for young rider....

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FEI PSI World Challenge Finals Report- 29 June to 4 July 2004 14 Jul 2004

Hagen in Germany hosts the FEI PSI World Challenge Final in Jumping and Dressage  As every year since 2001, the idyllic Hof Kasselmann hosted the FEI/PSI World Jumping and Dressage Challenge Finals during the last week of June. From the moment they arrived on 28 June, the 50 riders qualifi....

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All Set for Aachen... 13 Jul 2004

The fifth leg of the Samsung Super League 2004 takes place in Aachen, Germany this Friday and looks set to be a real thriller.  Aachen has long been one of the most prestigious shows in the entire equestrian calendar and with reconstruction of the venue underway ahead of the World Equestri....

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Aachen School of Course Design 1 Jul 2004

Three famous Course Designers create the Aachen School of Course Design  AACHEN SCHOOL OF COURSE DESIGN - ASCDThe Aachen School of Course Design (ASCD) was founded in March 2004 by three of the most experienced course Designers in Jumping: Arno Gego (GER), famous course designer of Aachen ....

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FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings 1 Jul 2004

Marcus Ehning leads the FEI Gandini World Rankings for the second consecutive month  With a total of 2425 points, Marcus Ehning (GER) leads the FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings for the second consecutive month, despite having scored no points in June. He was dropping 375 points at....

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Tight at the Top at the Halfway Stage 30 Jun 2004

France leads the standings before Aachen  Less than three points separate France, at the top of the table, from The Netherlands in second spot after four of the eight legs of the Samsung Super League which has more than lived up to expectations in its second season. The French looked reall....

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Eugénie wins it for France ... 18 Jun 2004

France takes the lead of the Samsung Super League after a thrilling jump-off in Rotterdam  In a thrilling jump off against the clock, Eugenie Angot stole the show for France at the fourth leg of the Samsung Super League in Rotterdam today. "It was almost my first Nations Cup" the....

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The colour looks very much like Orange... 17 Jun 2004

Dutch pride in Rotterdam  THE COLOUR LOOKS VERY MUCH LIKE ORANGE…… Dutch pride is at an all-time high after two consecutive victories in the Samsung Super League 2004, and the team at the top of the leaderboard can expect huge support when they line out on their home ground i....

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Samsung Nations Cup Series update 16 Jun 2004

Switzerland leads the standings of the Samsung Nations Cup Series. Extraordinary victory of the Korean Team in Poznan SAMSUNG NATIONS CUP SERIESSwitzerland is leading the standings of the Nations Cup Series with 17 points, ahead of Sweden (10.5) and Korea, Brazil and Canada equal third with 7 p....

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