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Hublot Polo Gold Cup


The Hublot Polo Gold Cup holds its head high alongside the major European clubs which feature multiple canchas (polo fields). It is rightly proud of its unique difference, offering a high-level tournament in one of the most unusual and prestigious locations in the world. The four teams that have been invited have confirmed their attendance with, notably, some well-known players and major captains, with one new addition this year: a team from Abu Dhabi.


WBFSH Developing Jumpers Exhibition Planned for World Equine Expo™ During FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018

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TRYON, NC, USA - June 18, 2018 - Organizers of the World Equine Expo™ announced today the addition of the WBFSH Developing Jumpers Exhibition presented by Spy Coast Farm and in partnership with the World Breeding Federation of Sport Horses (WBFSH), happening concurrent to the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG) at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC).


Longines Global Champions Tour: belgian riders unstoppable in Estoril

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Nicola Philippaerts (BEL) triumphed in a high class Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix, facing down the phenomenally on-form Gregory Wathelet (BEL) in challenging conditions in Cascais, Estoril.

The titanic battle for the podium played out under clear skies and a crescent moon, but with high winds of 40 km/h adding to the testing environment for the world’s best horses and riders.


CHIO Aachen, a piece of art on the warm-up area

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A genuine piece of Art signed by the graduate designer Martin Stockberg has been set up in the warm-up area in front of the Deutsche Bank Stadium that will host some of the best horses in the world during the CHIO Aachen 2018.

A very big art measuring 70 x 70 metres, for which a bird's eye is necessary to recognize the draws in the sand, made with the only use of a rake by the 52-year-old designer Stockberg and for which has been necessary four hours of planning and settings, measuring the ground and practicing on one or two strokes.


World Cup winner Beezie Madden wins GLOCK’s 5* Grand Prix CSI5*

World Cup winner Beezie Madden wins GLOCK’s 5* Grand Prix


Longines Global Champions Tour 2018, video coverage for the Longines Grand Prix of Cannes

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In the perfect prelude to Saturday’s GCL and Longines Global Champions Tour of Cannes, a high-octane race to the finish saw Pieter Devos (BEL) take a breathtaking win with top horse Apart in the 1.55m Prix L.Eclerc speed class. 

As the floodlights came on for the second day of competition, spectators and VIPs were dazzled with top sport, as the Belgian rider took the victory ahead of Niels Bruynseels (BEL) in second and Cameron Hanley (IRL) in third. 


Global Champions League, first round to team Prague Lions

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The stars were out in force for a show-stopping first round of GCL Cannes, as the spotlight shone on the Prague Lions duo of Ales Opatrny and Niels Bruynseels in the first floodlight class of the season. One of only two teams to jump double clear, the Lions took pole position, just ahead of Miami Celtics’ Jessica Springsteen and Cameron Hanley. 


Land Rover, first big winner of the 2018 season


A final that looked exactly like the entire tournament: a real fight, exciting and indecisive until the
end, and a victory by the smallest gap (8-7) of Land Rover: a team from Chantilly, playing around
Alexandre Sztarkman and his son Sam, 16 years old only, who were particularly brilliant throughout
the Bourbon Trophy.


FEI publish new standings list for May

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The Fei have published the new Longines computer list Longines for May, with Harrie Smolders still top.

The Dutch rider leads with 3338 points ahead of the new entry in the Longines, McLain Ward,  who moved from 6th to 2nd place with 2880 points.

The Swiss rider Steve Guerdat has leapt in the top three from ninth, with 2810 pts.


Longines Global Champions Tour moves to red carpet in Cannes


After the beaches of Saint-Tropez, the Longines Global Champions Tour moves to visit the red carpet in Cannes where last year the Spanish rider Sergio Alvarez Moya found glory.

The French Riviera this year doubles as an LGCT stopover with two locations of extraordinary beauty and charm: from nature and the almost tropical beaches of the Pampelonne beach in Ramatouelle (Saint-Tropez) to glamor and the lights of the city on the seafront in Cannes, the move is short one but enough to project participants and spectators into deeply different contexts.


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