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2004 Samsung Super League to start in La Baule (FRA) 3 May 2004

Brand New Stadium to welcome Samsung Super League There will be no less than 123 riders, 300 horses, 18 nations and five continents in La Baule celebrating the new Franois Andr stadium and demonstrating the global reach of equestrian sport at the highest level.The five continents will be repr....

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FEI Gandini World Riders Rankings 3 May 2004

Only 10 points separate Beerbaum and his runner-up Ehning FEI GANDINI WORLD RIDERS RANKINGSONLY 10 POINTS SEPARATE BEERBAUM AND HIS RUNNER-UP EHNINGWith 2655 points, Ludger Beerbaum (GER) is leading the FEI Gandini World Riders Rankings with as few as 10 points more on his fellow countryman Mar....

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In Memoriam 3 May 2004

Jean Zlatiev, eminent Member of the Judicial Committee passed away  Jean Zlatiev (FRA), eminent member of the Judicial Committee since 1996, passed away last 28 April 2004.        ....

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World Cup Driving Title goes to Michael Freund 26 Apr 2004

Michael Freund wins his 3rd World Cup title WORLD CUP DRIVINGMichael Freund wins third World Cup TitleAt the last event of the World Cup Season, Sweden's Tomas Eriksson made the impossible and beat World Cup Champion Michael Freund which had won every single World Cup he participated in thi....

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From the USA: Kim Severson wins CCI 4* in Lexington 26 Apr 2004

Kim Severson and Winsome Adante Claim Second Victory in Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event CCI 4* Presented by Bayer Kim Severson and Winsome Adante led the field from start to finish to claim victory in the 2004 CCI 4* Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Bayer, held April 22-25, at the Ke....

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French first Triumph at a World Cup Final 26 Apr 2004

Bruno Broucqsault and Dileme de Cephe win the FEI World Cup Final in Milan  Bruno Broucqsault became the first Frenchman to claim the title when, thanks to sheer genius of his 13 year old gelding Dileme de Cephe, he snatched victory in a thrilling finish to the Sony Ericsson FEI World Cup ....

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In Memoriam 26 Apr 2004

Louis "Ludi" Meyer (SUI) passed away  Louis "Ludi" Meyer (SUI), for many years the resident Course Designer at CSIO Lucerne, recently passed away. He was a businessman from Reiden (Lucerne) and began his international equestrian carrier in Eventing, competing in the fir....

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In Memoriam 26 Apr 2004

Olympic Eventer Adolf Ehrnrooth  (FIN) passed away  Adolf Ehrnrooth (FIN), who rode for Finland in the Three-Day Event of the 1948 Olympic Games, died recently aged 99. He was seven years older than his brother Lars, who rode in the Three Day event of the 1924 Olympic Games at only 27....

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In Memoriam 26 Apr 2004

Major Ronnie Dallas (GBR) passed away IN MEMORIAMMajor Ronnie Dallas (GBR) who competed for Great Britain in two World Jumping Championships died early April aged 81.Major Dallas, as member of the British Army of the Rhine, took part in the two World Championships with a final with exchange of ....

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Bruno Broucqsault offers France its first World Cup Title 23 Apr 2004

Dileme de Cephe and Bruno Broucqsault win the World Cup Final in Milan Bruno Broucqsault became the first Frenchman to claim the title when, thanks to sheer genius of his 13 year old gelding Dileme de Cephe, he snatched victory in a thrilling finish to the Sony Ericsson FEI World Cup Jumping Fi....

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