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World Cup Jumping Verona (ITA) 6 Nov 2004

Hassmann Heads the Line-Up in Verona  Germany's Toni Hassmann won the third leg of the 2004/2005 FEI World Cup Jumping series in Verona, Italy today riding the promising young mare Lolita.This result slots him into sixth position on the leaderboard which at this early stage is still he....

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Chardon wins first FEI World Cup Driving of the season 6 Nov 2004

Sensation in Hannover: Chardon wins FEI World Cup Driving  Dutch four-in-hand driver Ysbrand Chardon has caused sensation during the season opener of the FEI World Cup Driving in Hannover, Germany. The triple World Champion won this first competition by beating his strongest opponent and t....

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Update on Waterford Crystal 4 Nov 2004

Olympic Positive Medication case The FEI was informed on 26 October 2004, that a portion of the B-sample of the horse Waterford Crystal ridden by Cian O'Connor IRL in the 2004 Olympic Games was illegally taken while being delivered to one of the four FEI Reference Laboratories, the Horserac....

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FEI Gandini World Riders Rankings 4 Nov 2004

Rodrigo Pessoa (BRA) goes back to Number One Position, Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum (GER) is the runner-up  After a short reign in August, interrupted by Ludger Beerbaum who took the lead of the world's rankings at the end of September, Brazilian Rodrigo Pessoa is back to the Top of the ....

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FEI World Cup Driving starts this week-end 2 Nov 2004

Newcomer Hannover opens FEI World Cup Driving season The German Classics Horse show will open the FEI World Cup Driving Season on 6 and 7 November in the Europahalle in Hannover, Germany. For the first time on the FEI Driving World Cup calendar, Hannover can be pleased to have absolute top clas....

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Regional Olympic Solidarity Technical Course for Coaches in Swaziland 2 Nov 2004

Olympic Solidarity course according to the FEI Coaching System takes place in Ezulwini, Swaziland  "A Good Coach Makes the Difference!" This was the motto of the course for coaches organised in the Kingdom of Swaziland, Africa from 11 to 15 October 2004. Financed by SOCGA (Swazil....

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Update on Waterford Crystal Case 1 Nov 2004

The FEI has been informed that on 21 October 2004 a portion of the B-Sample of the horse Waterford Crystal ridden by Cian O'Connor (IRL) at the 2004 Olympic Games was illegally taken in Cambridge UK. The sample was being shipped by a third-party courier service from the Medication Control Progra....

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FEI World Cup Dressage update 31 Oct 2004

World Cup Season Opens with Danish Dressage Delight  The opening competition of the FEI World Cup Dressage Western EuropeanLeague concluded today in Aarhus with the home side's Andreas Helgstrandand Blue Hors Cavan claiming top position, a resounding 4 per cent abovetheir nearest rival....

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2004 Global Dressage Forum 29 Oct 2004

the Horse as a "Happy Athlete"  The 2004 Global Dressage Forum, organised and hosted by the Academy (Hooge Mierde, Netherlands) and the International Dressage Trainers Club, was for the first time joined by the FEI as official patron.Central to two days of demonstrations and deba....

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FEI World Reining Masters 2004 - Mexico 28 Oct 2004

Javier Alvarez Malo wins Qualifier in Mexico  Javier Alvarez Malo will represent Mexico during the first FEI World Reining Masters final in Oklahoma City on December 2. Astride Hot Little Line he won the qualifier in Bajio scoring 72 points. José Luis Briceño and JE Dick Comanche placed ....

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