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Tripple X III to Torrey Pines Stable

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ben-tripple-xBen Maher and Tripple X III at the Olympic Games 2012. Photo by Ken Braddick/dressage-news.com.Ben Maher's Olympic gold winning medallist Tripple X III has been sold to Torrey Pines Stable. On his official Twitter account, Maher states: "We can confirm that my Olympic partner Tripple X III has been sold to Torrey Pines Stable. We wish them every success."

 

The 12 year old gelding by Namelus R x Cantango is home bred by Maher, and the British rider has brought him up to the highest level of the sport. In 2012 the pair was a part of the British team that won gold at the summer Olympics in London, and they were also on the bronze winning team at the Europeans in Madrid in 2011. Maher and Tripple X III have many big wins together, and last year they won the Longines King George V Gold Cup on home soil at Hickstead as well as the Grand Prix at London Olympia.

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This week's live streaming

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longAll the week's biggest showjumping events will be live streamed online.

 

The CSI5* Longines Global Champions Tour in Antwerp can be watched online via this link. The broadcast schedule can be found here.

 

The CSI4* Horses and Dreams meets Brazil in Hagen can be watched online via this link.

Nouvelle Europe Z to Alvaro de Miranda

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faye-schoch-nouvelle-europeNouvelle Europe Z and Faye Schoch in Oliva Nova last year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Le Cavalier Romand reports that Alvaro de Miranda has a new ride; Nouvelle Europe Z. The 10 year old mare by Nelson Z x Jimtown has done very well under Swiss rider Faye Schoch over the last year. The pair won a two star Grand Prix in Vilamoura in February, they were third in the two star Grand Prix in Cagnes-sur-Mer in March and fourth in the Grand Prix in San Giovanni in the beginning of this month - to mention some of many good results.

The riders kicking off the Longines Global Champions Tour in Antwerp

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jumpingantwerp_antwerpen005The first Longines Global Champions Tour of the 2014 season kicks off in Antwerp, Belgium on Thursday. As always the list of riders is full of top names, with world number one and two Scott Brash and Ben Maher present. Another six of the top ten riders in the world are also present; Marcus Ehning, Steve Guerdat, Kevin Staut, Kent Farrington, Patrice Delaveau and Daniel Deusser.

The riders for the Horses & Dreams event in Hagen

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john-argentoLast year's Grand Prix winner John Whitaker returns to the 2014 edition. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The four star event Horses & Dreams meets Brazil in Hagen this coming weekend, welcomes plenty of good riders. Ludger Beerbaum will be present, as will John Whitaker, Peter Charles, Billy Twomey, Jessica Kürten, Pius Schwizer, Janika Sprunger, Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, Marco Kutscher and Carsten-Otto Nagel. The show also hosts the DKB-Riders Tour Grand Prix on Sunday.

New rider at Absolute Horses

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AxelssonAnnika Axelsson. Photo provided by Absolute Horses. Swedish rider Annika Axelsson will join the team of riders at Absolute Horses in Denmark. After a few years abroad, competing up to five star level in the United Arab Emirates – Axelsson has returned to Scandinavia. Axelsson has previously been employed as a rider at Absolute Horses, where her job was to educate young horses.

Lacontino back to Luciana Diniz

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kathiLacontino and Katharina Offel part ways. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.After almost seven months with Katharina Offel in the saddle, Lacontino (Landgold x Continue) returns to his previous rider Luciana Diniz. The Portuguese rider gave Offel the horse to ride in the end of September last year, and the couple had some good results together – in March they were third in the prestigious Grand Prix at Saut Hermès in Paris and they were placed fifth and tenth in the World Cups in Leipzig and Bordeaux earlier this year.

Hello Sanctos SbS Horse of the Year

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scott-brash-sanctosScott Brash with Hello Sanctos at the European Championships last year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The 12 year old Hello Sanctos (Quasimodo vd Molendreef x Nabab de Reve) has received the Horse of the Year title 2013 from the Belgian SbS Studbook. The gelding is currently ranked as number two in the world on the WBFSH ranking and has had great success with his rider Scott Brash. The pair won team gold at the European Championships in Herning last year as well as individual bronze.

Cadjanine Z and Million Dreams to Constant van Paesschen

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rodrigo-cadjanineRodrigo Pessoa with Cadjanine Z. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson. Alain van Campenhoudt and Rodrigo Pessoa have decided to part ways. Although Rodrigo Pessoa has produced several top results aboard Cadjanine Z ( Canabis Z x  Feinschnitt I Z) the past months, the relationship between Pessoa and van Campenhoudt has not been equally successful. Because of this Cadjanine Z and Million Dreams (Diamant de Semilly x Concetto) will in the future be seen under Constant van Paesschen.

Jarnac turns his career towards breeding

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julio-arias-jarnacJarnac and Julio Arias in action at the Europeans in Madrid in 2011. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.The now seventeen year old stallion Jarnac turns his career towards breeding. Studforlife.com reports that the French bred stallion by Ryon d'Anzex x J'T'Adore will stand at stud at Haras des M for the 2014 season, and his owner and rider Julio Arias says to the website that it is likely that the horse now will focus on breeding only – but that a final decision will be taken at the end of the year.

Draw of tickets for the Final 4 of the jumping and the closing ceremony

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SautdobstaclesFEIKitHoughtonPhoto by FEI/Kit Houghton.Open since 4 March, the sales period for individual tickets for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy does not include tickets for the Final 4 of the jumping. This test, which only takes place at the World Equestrian Games, is the very last event of the fortnight and is to be followed by the closing ceremony in Caen's d'Ornano Stadium on 7 September 2014.

 

As those tickets are highly sought after, the Organising Committee sets up a registration period from 11am on 24 April to 11am on 28 April (CET - online registration). A draw will then be made in order to decide the final ticket-holders.

New horse for Hans-Dieter Dreher

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Matse-Janssen-Le-Quidam-716Le Quidam with Matthias Janssen at the FEI Zangersheide Sires of the World in Lanaken last year. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Hans-Dieter Dreher has a new ride; Le Quidam (Landjunge x Quidam de Revel). The 12 year old Holsteiner stallion has previously been ridden by the German rider Matthias Janssen and the pair has had great success on national level in Germany.

 

Hansi did his first show with Le Quidam in Lanaken where he jumped some 1,35 - 1,40 m classes on the stallion.

Montreal to Zangersheide

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zangersheideThe 21 year old Montreal (Athlet Z x Cor de la Bruyere) was during the Eurocommerce auction bought for the Zangersheide Stud. Judy-Ann Melchior says on Zangersheide's website that Montreal was one of the most successful horses in his time, and that he has an excellent pedigree. The plan is thus to clone the gelding to be able to offer breeders his bloodlines.

The riders list for the Longines FEI World Cup Final is official

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beezie-stllningWill Beezie and Simon be able to defend their title? Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.41 competitors from 20 different countries will take part in the Longines FEI World Cup Final 2014. The final takes place in Lyon on the 17-21 of April. Last year's winning couple Beezie Madden and Simon will be there to defend their title, and the US has as many as eleven riders who will try to make sure that the title goes home to America for a third year in a row.

 

Marcus Ehning - three times World Cup Final winner - has the possibility to be the first rider ever to win the final four times. He is bringing Cornado NRW  - who has been in top form lately - to Lyon. Marcus will celebrate his 40th birthday during the event; will he get the birthday present in the form of winning the final?

Seoul also goes to Saudi Arabia

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gerco-seoulGerco Schröder with Seoul. Photo by Jenny Abrahamsson.Gerco Schröder's ride Seoul also goes to Saudi Arabia. The 13 year old gelding by Thunder van de Zuuthoeve x Lancer II was among the horses auctioned off during the Eurocommerce online auction, and it was initially reported that Seoul would be back with his previous rider Wout-Jan van der Schans - but in the end this was unfortunately not to be. 

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