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Show Jumping World Cup

March 1, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: February

Our friends at www.worldofshowjumping.com are going to be bringing us monthly updates about all the happenings in European show jumping, not just who wins what, but all the biggest news. 

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May 1, 2011

Ahlmann Emerges Victorious In Show Jumping World Cup Final

Leipzig, Germany—May 1 

When the first rail fell, it was almost a thrill. “A jump-off!” the sold-out crowd at the Leipziger Messe thought.

When the second hit the dirt, the crowd gasped, and German supporters bolted toward the confirmed winner, Christian Ahlmann, waiting in the holding ring.

April 30, 2011

Lynch Redeems Himself In The Sparkassen Cup Grand Prix Of Leipzig

Denis Lynch’s head was hanging low after the first day of the Rolex FEI Show Jumping World Cup Final. He’d taken a dramatic fall off All Inclusive NRW in the speed round, ending his bid for the title.

“Thursday for me was really black. I was really down after that,” Lynch said. “But I have a great teammate in Billy Twomey, and he told me, ‘Carry on.’ So, I did.”

April 29, 2011

Germans Lead, But Lamaze Bests The World Cup Field In Round 2

Leipzig, Germany—April 29 

There’s still quite a bit of red, yellow and black at the top of the leaderboard after two rounds of Rolex FEI Show Jumping World Cup action, but today’s individual winners ride under Canada’s crimson and white.

April 29, 2011

Young Riders Have Their Day In European Young Riders Cup

Leipzig, Germany—April 29

It’s not just the FEI World Cup riders who traveled from the United States to Germany. Six of the top young riders are competing here in the European Youngster Cup, a championship competition for riders under age 25.

Lucy Davis won the European Young Riders Cup in 2009, and she’s gone on to much grand prix success. She’s also here in Leipzig, competing in the 1.45-meter division.

April 28, 2011

Kutscher Leads A German Sweep On Day 1 Of World Cup Show Jumping

Leipzig, Germany—April 28

It’s a German sweep on the first day of the Rolex FEI World Cup Final, as riders from the host country claimed first, second and third in the speed leg this afternoon. The U.S. riders had mixed results, with three competitors in the top 12, but others far down the standings.

Marco Kutscher leads the pack after a smooth round aboard the veteran Cash 63. “The main goal today was to jump clear and be efficient. I am somewhat surprised that in the end I won, and I was very happy,” Kutscher said.

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