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2005 FEI European Eventing Championship 8 Sep 2005

Germany shines bright at Blenheim  The second Dressage day of the 2005 FEI Blenheim Petplan European Eventing Championship was just as exciting and filled with sporting excellence as the first one. Despite some very strong performances, Bettina Hoy on the Irish Thoroughbred Ringwood Cockat....

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2005 FEI European Eventing Championship 7 Sep 2005

2005 FEI European Eventing Championship begins at Blenheim  Sixty-eight of Europe’s and possibly the world’s top riders representing no less than 18 nations have gathered in the spectacular parkland of Blenheim Palace in the heart of the Oxfordshire Costwolds for the 2005 FEI B....

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2005 FEI European Eventing Championship 7 Sep 2005

Brilliant Bettina  The first Dressage day of the FEI Blenheim Petplan European Eventing Championship was one of elegance and balance. The level of Eventing Dressage has dramatically improved over the last years and today some truly inspiring performances took place. But the best of them al....

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FEI Eventing Committee Meeting in Malmö 29 Aug 2005

Eventing Committee met on 10 and 11 August 2005 The Eventing Committee met in Malmö during the FEI Eventing World Cup Final. The meeting was chaired by the Deputy Chairman Mr Michael Etherington Smith as the Chairman Mr Wayne Roycroft was not able to attend following serious injuries due to an....

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FEI European Eventing Junior Championship 16 Aug 2005

Germany dominates the championship organised in Saumur (FRA) from 4 to 7 August 2005  «Bright Skies shine on Eventing Future »Not less than 81 Junior competitors from 18 nations, within 14 teams, competed for the FEI European Eventing Championships medals at the outstanding sit....

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2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final, Malmö (SWE) 13 Aug 2005

And the winner is … Clayton Fredericks, Australia!  At the end of a thrilling Jumping phase, Australia’s Clayton Fredericks came out as the worthy winner of the 2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final. Performing a magnificent clear round, he retained his overnight score of 42 penal....

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2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final, Malmö (SWE) 12 Aug 2005

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie… Hoy, Hoy, Hoy At the end of an energetic Cross Country day, Andrew Hoy (AUS) aboard Mr Pracatan remains in the lead of the 2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final. Thanks to a faultless round completed 5 seconds ahead of the optimum time of 7 min 14 sec., he retains his....

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2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final, Malmö (SWE) 11 Aug 2005

Aussies steel the show in Sweden Australia’s Andrew Hoy on Mr Pracatan took the lead after the Dressage phase of the FEI Eventing World Cup Final held in Malmö (SWE). The pair produced a beautiful test, which despite an imperfect final halt, earned them a remarkable 39.3.“This is n....

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2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final, Malmö (SWE) 10 Aug 2005

Perfect Piia  Eighteen riders lined up today for the first part the Dressage test of the 2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final. With a result of 40.4 penalty points, Piia Pantsu on Ypäjä Karuso is well in the lead. She is followed by Beany Hughes of Great Britain (49.8) and young Polish ride....

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2005 FEI Eventing World Cup Final, Malmö (SWE) 10 Aug 2005

Eventing eyes turn to Malmö  Forty of the world’s best Eventing riders representing Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Sweden and the USA have gathered in the city of Malmö for the 2005 FEI Eventing World Final. Af....

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