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FEI World Cup Final in Las Vegas 21 Oct 2004

Individual Event Tickets for 2005 FEI Dressage and Jumping World Cup Finals Go On Sale November 1  The FEI Dressage and Jumping World Cup Finals will light up Las Vegas like never before when they come together at the Thomas and Mack Center, from 20 to 24 April 2005.The Organising Committe....

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Meetings of the FEI Nations Cup and Jumping Committee 21 Oct 2004

Items to be approved by the Bureau at its forthcoming meeting  The Nations Cup Committee meeting was held in on 18 September 2004 Barcelona (ESP) and the second meeting of the Jumping Committee on 27 September n Paris (FRA). Both meetings are reported upon jointly. All items listed below w....

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FEI World Cup Jumping update 18 Oct 2004

CSI-W Helsinki (FIN) - BENGTSSON BEATS THEM ALL IN HELSINKI.. Rolf-Goran Bengtsson stormed to victory at the second leg of the 2004/2005 FEI World Cup Jumping series in Helsinki, Finland today riding the 10 year old gelding MacKinley.Second-last to go in the seven-horse jump-off against the clo....

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Ireland wins the pennultimate leg of the Samung Nations Cup Series 13 Oct 2004

Sweden and Switzerland are fighting for Super League starting place  The penultimate leg of the Samsung Nations Cup Series took place last Friday 8 October in Athens (GER). Riders from 17 countries participated, among which 11 with a team. The event took place at the Olympic stadium of Mar....

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Olympic horse is dead 13 Oct 2004

Royal Kaliber died further to colics problems  Royal Kaliber, one of the United States most brilliant horses ever to compete internationally in show jumping, was euthanised on 8 October 2004 in the Netherlands. He underwent colic surgery for intestinal adhesions on 27 September and had bee....

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Samsung Nations Cup Series update 13 Oct 2004

Sweden and Switerland fight for Super League starting place  The penultimate leg of the Samsung Nations Cup Series took place last Friday 8 October in Athens (GER). Riders from 17 countries participated, among which 11 with a team. The event took place at the Olympic stadium of Markopoulo,....

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World Cup Jumping Update - Oslo 10 Oct 2004

Wim wins Oslo Opener Dutch rider Wim Schroder galloped to victory in the opening leg of the 2004/2005 FEI World Cup Jumping series in Oslo today riding Eurocommerce Montreal.It was no easy win as a total of 18 of the 38 starters qualified for the jump-off which was consequently fast and furious....

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FEI World Cup Jumping 6 Oct 2004

The Western European League is about to start  The Western European League of the FEI World Cup Jumping 2004/2005 series begins next Sunday in Oslo, Norway where 50 riders will line out in an effort to pick up some early points.Now in its 27th season, the series has increased from 12 to 13....

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FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings - modified 6 Oct 2004

Beerbaum is back to the Top  Ludger Beerbaum (GER) reclaims the Number 1 position he from which he was discarded at the end of May by his fellow countryman Marcus Ehning. The latter was only able to keep the 1st step of the world rankings a few months, as Olympic silver medallist Rodrigo P....

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FEI World Cup Jumping begins in Western Europe 3 Oct 2004

Oslo Opens the World Cup Jumping series  The Western European League of the FEI World Cup Jumping 2004/2005 series begins next Sunday in Oslo, Norway where 50 riders will line out in an effort to pick up some early points.Now in its 27th season, the series has increased from 12 to 13 leagu....

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