FEI World Cup: Situation in the Leagues 

11 Apr 2004

26th FEI World Cup Jumping, situtaion in the 12 Leagues 
 
THE 26th FEI WORLD CUP JUMPING / SITUATION IN THE LEAGUES

There are 12 Leagues in the 2003 / 2004 season of the FEI World Cup Jumping.

The following 8 Leagues have ended their qualifications:
Canada, South America, South Africa, Central Asia, South East Asia, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.


CANADIAN LEAGUE (2 qualified)
There were 6 competitions in the Canadian League where a total of 33 riders competed, including three Colombians, one Venezuelan, one American and one French rider living in Canada. Ainsley Vince competed in Las Vegas' Final in 2003.

- Ainsley Vince-CAN-Catch 22, Kafka
- Ian Millar-CAN-Nicos, Promise Me, Aftershock
- Yann Candele has also qualified as an extra rider from France-FRA-Sweet Dream, Espresso Thyme, Marco Taere
1st Reserve : Elliott Stone-CAN-Freestyle, Ancho de Pomme
2nd Reserve : John Pearce -CAN-Champagn, Air Jordan


SOUTH AMERICAN LEAGUE - Southern Part (2 qualified)
Six competitions were held in South America: four in Brazilian cities and two in two different sites in Argentina's capital Buenos Aires. 81 riders from Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Uruguay and Chile competed. The League was won by Marcello Lemes de Souza with 53 points ahead of Lionel Collard-Bovy with 51 points and Ricardo Kierkegaard and Andr Americo de Miranda, each with 34 points.

- Marcelo Lemes de Souza -BRA-Wembley de Lagoa, MC Grafite II
- Lionel Collard-Bovy-ARG-AK Cordijana Z,
1st Reserve : Ricardo Kirkegaard-ARG-Pedro Z
2nd Reserve : Andr Americo de Miranda -BRA-Chapman Rouge, Salamandra Limerick, Salamandra Chapman


SOUTH AFRICAN LEAGUE (1 qualified)
Five competitions were held in South Africa, with 25 riders - all South Africans - competing.

- Dominey Alexander -RSA-Larry de la Bryre Last Step
Reserve : Barry Taylor-RSA-Sunday's Eagle, Porsche SA Avalanche


CENTRAL ASIAN LEAGUE (1 qualified)
There were four competitions in Central Asia: one in Bishkek (KGZ), 2 in Almaty (KAZ) and one Tashkent (UZB). 18 riders from these three countries competed.

- Alexander Tishkov-KAZ-Zapad
Reserve : Gairat Nazarov-UZB-Peikam

SOUTH EAST ASIAN LEAGUE (1 qualified)
From 27 July to 02 November 2003 six World Cup competitions were held : four in Malaysia and two in Thailand.

- Qabil Ambak-MAS-Red Cloud, Opium Metodo
Reserve : Quzier Ambak-MAS-Calano


JAPAN LEAGUE (1 qualified)
Six competitions were held in Japan in the 2003 / 2004 season, with 15 riders competing.

- Takamichi Mashiyama-JPN-Top Gear
Reserve : Seiji Ninomiya-JPN-Survival

AUSTRALIAN LEAGUE (2 qualified)
Eighteen competitions including the League Final were held in Australia and 68 riders competed. Chris Chugg, who rode in the 1987 and 1991 World Cup Finals, won the League with 140 points, ahead of Tim Amitrano (129 points) and Andrew Inglis (122 points).

- Chris Chugg-AUS-Diamond B Ego, Navy Seal, Kayak van Het Gravenhof
- Tim Amitrano-AUS-Mr Innocent
Reserve : Andrew Inglis-AUS-Silver Braid, Tactics, Mr Burns


NEW ZEALAND LEAGUE (1 qualified)
Ten competitions were held in New Zealand with 23 riders competing.

- Sally Steiner-NZL-Well Wisher
Reserve : Merran Hain-NZL-Tregonning
 
 
 
 
 

 

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