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Germany victorious at CSIO Aachen


Team Germany have emerged victorious at the CSIO Aachen.

The triumphant team was made up as follows: Marcus Ehning, Maurice Tebbel, Philipp Weishaupt and Marco Kutscher.

In joint-second we find the United States and Switzerland. The Belgians came fourth while Holland followed behind in fifth.

Sixth place went to Italy who took to the field with the following riders: Piergiorgio Bucci, Luca Marziani, Juan Carlos Garcia and Lorenzo de Luca.



The action keeps on coming at World Equestrian Festival

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The World Equestrian Festival Aachen 2017 is now in full swing with the anticipation already rising ahead of the big event: Sunday’s Rolex GP.

A number of riders have proved themselves in good form going into the GP such as Canada’s Eric Lamaze who won the Turkish Airlines Prize of Europe with Fine Lady 5.

There was also a win for German rider Philip Ruping in the Prize of Handwerk Speed Trial.


World Equestrian Festival begins at CHIO Aachen

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The CHIO Aachen is underway and yesterday opened its doors to the World Equestrian Festival.

Eduardo Menezes kicked-off proceedings by winning the Stawag Prize with the 13 year-old Oldenburg Caruschka (Caspar).

In other results, Sergio Alvarez Moya took home the win in the Sparkassen Youngster Cup with the 7 year-old KWPN G&C Wolf.

The action keeps on coming with Italian hopes passing through Piergiorgio Bucci, Emanuele Gaudiano, Lorenzo De Luca and Juan Carlos Garcia.

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Countdown begins to Central-Southern Dressage Italian Championship


The Central-Southern Dressage Italian Championship is around the corner and will be held in Ruvo in the splendid southern region of Puglia from July 21-23.

11 regions will be in action and fighting for the title. They are as follows: Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Lazio, Marche, Molise, Puglia, Sardinia, Sicily and Umbria.


Stage set for Barrel Racing Youth World Championship

The NBHA Youth World Championship for Barrel Racing is on the horizon and will be taking place from July 22-29 in Georgia. Flying the flag for Italy will be Giuseppe Iaconis, Francesca Adamo and Ludovico Ferraro. The latter was crowned European Junior Champion in 2016 and 2017. For more, see here:

Smolders breaks away at the top of LGCT 2017

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Harrie Smolders has jumped his way to victory at the Chantilly leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour 2017.

In second was Scott Brash while in third place was Philippe Rozier. Victory for Smolders means he also stretches his lead in the overall standings on 247 points.

There was positive news for the two Italians taking part in Chantilly in the form of Alberto Zorzi and Lorenzo De Luca: 8th place for the rider of Stal Tops and 10th place for the rider of Stephex Stables.


Holland win CSIO event in Falsterbro


The sixth stage of the Nations Cup in Falsterbo, Sweden has finished, with the victory going to Holland, second place for Germany and third for Ireland.


Chantilly welcomes top names for LGCT

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Everything is ready and the horses and riders will be the protagonists of LGCT stage in Chantilly, a stunning locations with majestic large stables and the castle as the backdrop for this tenth stage of the Longines Global Champions Tour - Chantilly Jumping.

The French location will welcome 233 riders present for the CSIs 1 * -2 * and 5 *, representing 32 nations.


Montefalco ready of Italian dressage championship

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Showjumping is scheduled from July 14 to 16 at the Le Lame Sporting Club with the sixth event of twelve set in the 2017 calendar.

The event, broadcast as always free of charge on the site of the organizing committee, will culminate with the Grand Prize 145/150 drawn by the chef de piste Elio Trava-gliati.

Meanwhile, the Zampolini family is already in action to prepare the necessary equipment to host the FISE Italian dressage championships.


Azzurri aim to consolidate European Division 1 leadership

Italy will be heading to Falsterbo for the latest leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ looking to strengthen their grip in the standings. The Azzurri lead the way on 345 points in the European Division 1 and aim to continue their charge to the final in Barcelona. Flying the flag for Italy will be the following riders: Emilio Bicocchi, Paolo Paini, Luca Marziani, Giulia Martinengo and Bruno Chimirri.


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