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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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Samsung Nations Cup after 4 events 8 Jun 2004

Brazil and Canada leads the Samsung Nations Cup standings SAMSUNG NATIONS CUP SERIESBRAZIL AND CANADA LEAD THE STANDINGS AFTER 4 EVENTSBrazil and Canada are equal first of the 2004 Samsung Nations Cup Series with both 7 points. They are followed by Switzerland with 6 points and Sweden with 5 po....

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European Trials for San Patrignano 8 Jun 2004

2004 CSI 4* will be an important test for the Organisers of the 2005 European Championship EUROPEAN TRIALS AT THIS YEAR'S CSIO SAN PATRIGNANOThe 8th edition of the "Challenge Vincenzo Muccioli" CSI 4* is to be held in San Patrignano's equestrian centre next 23 to 25July. This ....

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FEI Jumping Committee Meeting 8 Jun 2004

FEI Jumping Committee decides on introduction of an Arab World Cup League and more  FEI JUMPING COMMITTEE MEETINGLa Baule (FRA), 10 May 2004On the Monday following the CSIO in La Baule (FRA) the FEI Jumping Committee held the first of its two meetings in 2004. Among the items on the agenda....

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Dutch wins Samsung Super League in Lucerne 8 Jun 2004

Dutch do it again in Lucerne and now leads the standings  The Dutch masters did it again last Sunday (see Samsung Super League News dated 6 June 2004) when sweeping to a decisive second successive victory in the 2004 Samsung Super League in Lucerne and now stand top of the leaderboard goin....

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Dutch Do It Again in Lucerne 5 Jun 2004

The Netherlands now lead the standings thanks to second Super League victory in a row  The Dutch masters did it again today when sweeping to a decisive second successive victory in the 2004 Samsung Super League in Lucerne and now stand top of the leaderboard going into the midway stage of ....

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Marcus Ehning (GER) is the New World No 1 2 Jun 2004

FEI Gandini World Riders Rankings have a new  Leader With 2800 points, Marcus Ehning is the new leader of the FEI Gandini World Riders Rankings. Member of the winning German team of the first Samsung Super League of the season in La Baule (FRA), he also won the Grand Prix of Aach CSI 4* (G....

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In Memoriam 2 Jun 2004

Bernard Geneste (FRA) passed away  Bernard Geneste (FRA), a French Nations Cup rider in the sixties and seventies, died recently, aged 70. From 1962 to 1970, he rode in 12 Nations Cups for France and represented his country in the 1970 Jumping World Championships in La Baule, finishing 7th....

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German Giants Line up for Lucerne ... 1 Jun 2004

Next leg of the Samsung Super League 2004 in Lucerne on Sunday 6 June  Samsung Super League leaders, Germany, look set to forge further ahead on the leaderboard as they send out their big guns for the next leg of the 2004 series in Lucerne next Sunday. In the driving seat after victory in ....

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