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FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings 6 Jan 2004

Fuchs in the Lead, Michael Whitaker back in Top Ten With 3135 points, the Swiss rider Markus Fuchs is leading the FEI Gandini World Jumping Riders Rankings No. 36 despite having scored no points in December 2003. Markus Fuchs was forced to retire in the opening competition of CSI-W Geneva early....

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USA is qualified for 2004 Samsung Super League 16 Nov 2003

Buenos Aires last CSIO of the 2003 season dominated by USA  USA WINS IN BUENOS AIRES AND GETS QUALIFIED FOR THE 2004 SAMSUNG SUPER LEAGUE USA won the Nations Cup of CSIO Buenos Aires and secured their position in the 2004 Samsung Super League. In a tie with Switzerland for the first place ....

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1st season of the Samsung Super League is over 24 Sep 2003

A glance back on 2003  "If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster, And treat those two imposters just the same…." French Chef d’Equipe, Jean-Maurice Bonneau, quoted this line from Rudyard Kipling’s poem "If" in the aftermath of the drama-filled Samsun....

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Delight despite disaster for France in Final 21 Sep 2003

France wins the 1st Samsung Super League, Sweden is relegated  In a gripping conclusion to the inaugural Samsung Super League series, France suffered a heavy defeat in Barcelona today but still claimed the league trophy by a ten-point margin. The Irish had to settle for joint-second in the....

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It's not over yet! 16 Sep 2003

Four days to go before the Final event of the Samsung Super League  With just four days to go the Final of the first Samsung Super League series in Barcelona it seems that France must be firm favourites to take the title but, after a season full of surprises, can we be so sure? Who could h....

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Barcelona to host the Final Event of the 2003 Samsung Super League 14 Sep 2003

Welcome to Barcelona!  Barcelona CSIO will host the final event of the Samsung Super League Nations Cup which will take place on 21 September at the Real Club de Polo. It was evident from the very beginning of this first season that, with national pride at stake, the competition would be v....

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Dutch Delight in Rotterdam! 29 Aug 2003

Victory of the Netherlands at home  In what can only be described as a bizarre twist to the Samsung Super League, the Dutch came out on top in the second-last leg of the series at Rotterdam today when completing with the only zero score of the competition. Fault-free performances in both r....

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France wins the coveted Agha Khan Trophy in Dublin 8 Aug 2003

Bravo la France!  Despite all the predictions that the home side would come out on top, it was the longtime Samsung Super League leaders from France who reigned supreme to claim the Aga Khan trophy for the second year running at Dublin Horse Show today. Irish Chef d’Equipe, Tommy Wad....

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Preview Dublin 5 Aug 2003

Top Hats and Tails at Traditional Dublin  The Samsung Super League road show comes to Dublin next week with France still holding the narrowest of leads over the Irish while the British continue to gather pace. This promises to be one of the most exciting legs of the series to date, with th....

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British Brilliant on Home Ground at Hickstead 25 Jul 2003

Great Britain wins in Hickstead and catapult itself into 3rd position of the standings British Brilliant on Home Ground at Hickstead! The British stormed to victory on their home ground in Hickstead today, catapulting themselves into third position on the Samsung Super League leaderboard and fi....

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