Monday, Apr. 22, 2024

2015 Longines FEI Show Jumping World Cup Final

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He's currently tied for the lead. He's a wonderhorse who has defied the odds over and over. But what's Flexible like back at the barn? We found out.
The New Zealander fulfills a friends dream by bringing Kiwi Iron Mark to the United States to compete in the Longines FEI World Cup Final and will go home with a win in the $75,000 Canadian Pacific Grand Prix of Las Vegas.
The second leg of the World Cup Final saw four Americans in the six-horse jump-off as Rich Fellers moved up to tie for the lead with Swiss rider Steve Guerdat.
What did the riders think of the speed leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Final, which the Irish teenager Bertram Allen won, with the indomitable Flexible and Rich Fellers in second? We asked...

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A precocious teenaged rider and a tenacious age-defying horse—both 19 and Irish—emerge on top in the first round of the Longines FEI World Cup Final.
We watch these horses all the time, so we've got our favorites, too. You might be surprised who we pick to win!
Some of the Europeans might wonder "Who is this guy?" but Hardin Towell has been working toward this, his first World Cup Final, his whole life.
Patience and consistency worked for German rider Daniel Deusser as he moved up to win.
Three riders—including one of the leaders and U.S. rider Kent Farrington, withdraw from the competition before the final day.

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