Friday, Apr. 12, 2024

2014 Longines FEI Show Jumping World Cup Final

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Kent Farrington turns in an unbeatable time in the second leg of the World Cup Final, but an abnormally large jump-off field causes controversy.
Pius Schwizer of Switzerland laid down an unbeatable speed round on a horse he's only ridden for four months—Quidam du Vivier—to claim victory on Day 1 of the World Cup Final.
What to know who goes when in the all-important speed leg? Wondering about how the World Cup Final scoring works? We've got it all for you here.

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