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  • Team Lists?

    Is there anywhere at all online to find a list of all the team members? I know some of USA's still haven't been announced yet, correct?
    "The standard you walk by is the standard you accept."--Lt. Gen. David Morrison, Austalian Army Chief

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    The nominated entries list includes more than 900 athletes and more than 1,300 horses. This list will decrease some when definite entries for each discipline are submitted to the World Games 2010 Foundation beginning in mid September.

    Four nations are currently scheduled to field athletes for all eight disciplines—Australia, Canada, Germany and the United States. Additionally, 18 nations have submitted teams or individual competitors five or more disciplines.

    For a complete list of participating nations for each discipline, click here.
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    • #3
      I too was wondering about the team members over the weekend, and since I haven't seen a complete listing anywhere, I did some sleuthing. I only looked at the Dressage teams, but this is what I came up with. I gleaned most of this info from Eurodressage.

      18 Countries applied to send Dressage Teams. However, several of those will not be able to field Teams but may send Individual riders instead.

      WEG Dressage Teams

      Hayley Beresford - Relampago do Retiro
      Lyndal Oatley - Potifar
      Brett Parbery - Victory Salute
      Rachael Sanna - Jaybee Alabaster

      I have not found any info yet on the Austrian team, but it will not include Victoria Max-Theurer and Augustin OLD, who withdrew today due to concerns about travel stress to her horse.

      Jeroen Devroe - Apollo van het Vijverhof
      Stefan van Ingelgem - Whitney van 't Genthof
      Philippe Jorissen - Le Beau
      Claudia Fassaert - Donnerfee

      no info found

      Ashley Holzer - Pop Art
      Belinda Trussell - Anton
      Bonny Bonnello - Pikardi
      Victoria Winter - Proton

      Nathalie zu Saeyn-Wittgenstein - Digby
      Anne van Olst - Clearwater
      Anne Troensegaard - Seduc
      Sune Hansen - Gredstedgaards Casmir

      Great Britain
      Laura Bechtolsheimer - Mistral Hojris
      Fiona Bigwood - Wie Atlantico
      Maria Eilberg - Two Sox
      Carl Hester - Liebling II

      Isabell Werth - Satchmo or Warum Nicht FRH
      Annabel Balkenhol - Dablino
      Matthias Alexander Rath - Sterntaler Unicef
      Christoph Koschel - Donnperignon

      no team, sending one Individual rider

      Isabell Werth - Satchmo
      Anabel Balkenho - Dablino
      Matthias Alexander Rath - Sterntaler Unicef
      Christoph Koschel - Donnperignon

      no info found

      Edward Gal - Totilas
      Adelinde Cornelissen - Parzival
      Imke Schellekens Bartels - Sunrise
      Hans Peter Minderhoud - Nadine

      no info found

      Mafalda Galiza Mendes - D'Artagnan
      Gonçalo Carvalho - Rubi
      Daniel Pinto - Galopin de la Font

      Juan Manuel Muñoz - Fuego XII
      Claudio Castilla - Jade de MV
      Rafael Ortíz - G-nidium
      José Antonio García Mena - Norte

      no team, sending two Individual riders

      Tinne Vilhelmson - Favourit
      Minna Telde - Larina Hom
      Charlotte Haid-Bondergaard - Lydianus
      Patrik Kittel - Scandic

      Steffen Peters - Ravel
      Tina Konyot - Calecto V
      Todd Flettrich - Otto
      Katherine Bateson-Chandler - Nartan


      • #4
        Dutch Team:

        I haven't added the Jumping team but they have been announced. Haven't had a moment yet

        Adelinde Cornelissen - Jerich Parzival
        Edward Gal - Moorlands Totilas
        Hans Peter Minderhoud - Exquis Nadine
        Imke Schellekens - Hunter Douglas Sunrise

        Tim Lips - Concrex Oncarlos

        Gert Bolmer (Grade 2) - Triumph
        Frank Hosnmar (Grade 4) - Tiesto
        Glasten Krapels (Grade 3) - Matador
        Petra van de Sande (Grade 2) - Toscane
        Tessa Baaijens (Grade 3)
        Yvette van Geenen (Grade 2)

        Ijsbrand Chardon
        Koos de Ronde
        Theo Timmerman
        Mark Weusthof

        Fenna Elzinga - Smoking Kills
        Hubertus Heule (Goes by Hubert in the US) - Crome Shiner
        Rieky Young - Burnt Starlight
        Anky van Grunsven - Whizashingingwalla

        Carmen Romer - Tuff Enuff FA

        Traveling with the Team:
        Dressage Chef d'Equipe: Sjef Janssen
        Evening Chef d'Equipe: Martin Lips
        Show Jumping Chef d'Equipe: Rob Ehrens
        Para-Dressage Chef d'Equipe: Jeannette Wolfs
        Driving Chef d'Equipe: Tjeerd Velstra
        Reining Chef d'Equipe: Caspar de Jonge
        Dressage Vet. - Jan Greve
        Jumping Vet. - Albert van Unen
        Para Dressage Vet - Brenda Hoogelander
        Driving Vet - Ben Horsmans
        Reining Vet - Waling Haijtema
        Blacksmith/Farrier - Rob Renirie
        Chef d'Mission - Ad Wagemakers
        Technical Director KNHS - Maarten van der Heijden
        Press Director - Christa van Duin
        "The horse you get off f is not the same horse you got on. It is your job as a rider to ensure that as often as possible, the change is for the better" - unknown author


        • Original Poster

          Awwww THANKS!!!!!
          "The standard you walk by is the standard you accept."--Lt. Gen. David Morrison, Austalian Army Chief


          • #6
            Here are some of the eventing teams and individuals. The US is supposed to announce tomorrow at 5pm.

            WEG Teams and Horses

            Nicolas Touzaint and Tatchou-3rd at Haras du Pin
            Jonatien Schauly MCH and Séculaire-4th Haras du Pin
            Lionel Guyon and Métisse de Lalou-34th Haras
            Pascal Leroy and Glenburny du Léou or Minos de Petra-8th Haras, 11th Luhmuhlen CCI4* 2010
            Arnaud Boiteau and Expo du Moulin-9th Haras
            Jean Teulere and Matelot du Grand Val-22nd Haras
            Alternate--Stanislas de Zuchowicz CNE/ Quirinal de la Bastide-28th Haras. Our US readers will remember that Stanislas jumped around Rolex '10 with some time and a rail to finish in 26th, and I for one was impressed with his riding nearly as much as his attire.

            New Zealand
            Mark Todd NZB Grass Valley Owner – NZ Bloodstock Mr Peter Vela & M Todd
            Caroline Powell Mac Macdonald Owner: Pat Melville Evans & C Powell
            Jonathan Paget Clifton Promise Owner: Frances Stead
            Clarke Johnstone Orient Express Owner: Clarke Johnstone and family

            * Christopher Burton and Holstein Park Leilani, owned by Jean and Jade Findlay
            * Sam Griffiths and Happy Times, owned by Dinah Posford and Juliet Donald
            * Sonja Johnson and Ringwould Jaguar, owned by Jim and Augusta Saunders, Dan and Phoebe Johnson
            * Megan Jones and Kirby Park Irish Jester, owned by Margaret and Peter Jones
            * Paul Tapner and Inonothing, owned by Jenny and Claus Waaler
            * Stuart Tinney and either Vettori, owned by Peter O’Connell and Kathy Ward; or Panamera, owned by Tim Game
            Alternate--Peter Atkins and Run Henry Run

            * Mark Kyle - Step in Time (Owned by Tanya & Mark Kyle)
            * Liz Power - Kilpatrick River (Owned by Dermot O'Rourke)
            * Patricia Ryan - Fernhill Clover Mist (Owned by Carol & Tom Henry & Sheila Foley)
            * Camilla Speirs - Portersize Just a Jiff (Owned by Bridget & Camilla Speirs)
            * Sam Watson - Horseware Bushman (Owned by John & Julia Watson & Tom MacGuinness)
            * Capt. Geoff Curran - The Jump Jet (Owned by Maurice Cassidy & The Minister for Defence)
            Reserve riders:
            * Jayne Doherty - The Only One (Owned by Jonathon Doherty) I think this one may be out.

            Andreas Dibowski - Butts Leon or FRH Fantasia
            Michael Jung - Sam
            Ingrid Klimke - Butts Abraxxas
            Frank Ostholt - Mr. Medicott
            Dirk Schrade - Gadget de la Cere
            Simone Deitermann - Free Easy NRW
            As reserve the following riders are nominated:
            - Kai Rüder with Leprince des Bois
            - Anna Warnecke with Winkle Bee
            - Andreas Ostholt with Franco Jeas
            Simone Deitermann will most probably ride as an individual rider in Kentucky.

            Great Britain
            Tina Cook riding Mr & Mrs Nicholas and Valda Embiricos and Mrs Sarah Pelham’s Miner’s Frolic
            William Fox-Pitt riding Mrs Teresa Stopford Sackville’s Cool Mountain
            Piggy French riding Mr Wally French and Mr Michael Underwood’s Jakata
            Pippa Funnell riding Mr & Mrs Roger Lincoln’s Redesigned
            Mary King riding Mrs Janette Chinn and Mr & Mrs Edwin Davies’s Imperial Cavalier
            Nicola Wilson riding Miss Rosemary Search’s Opposition Buzz

            The non-travelling reserves (in alphabetical order) are:
            Daisy Berkeley (Spring Along)
            Sharon Hunt (Tankers Town)
            Oliver Townend (Ashdale Cruise Master)
            Lucy Wiegersma (Woodfalls Inigo Jones)
            Daisy Berkeley and Ollie Townend are out

            South Africa
            Paul Hart and Heartbreak Hill have been selected for the South African eventing team, and together with fellow eventers Graham Winn, Douglas Welsh and Heidi Wood will make their way to France to prepare for the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky which start on 25 September 2010.

            Hawley Bennett-Awad Langley, BC Gin & Juice, 2000 brown American Thoroughbred Rider & Linda Paine
            Diana Burnett Blackstock, ON Manny, 2000 bay Canadian Thoroughbred cross Rider & Eventing Canada! RESERVE
            Kyle Carter Calgary, AB Madison Park, 1998 bay American Thoroughbred Rider & Jennifer Carter
            Rebecca Howard Salmon Arm, BC Riddle Master, 2001 bay Canadian Sport Horse Caroline Bazley
            Selena O’Hanlon Elgin, ON Colombo, 1994 bay Swedish Warmblood Elaine & Michael Davies
            Jessica Phoenix Uxbridge ON Exponential, 1998 bay Canadian thoroughbred Rider
            Stephanie Rhodes Bosch Summerland, BC Port Authority, 1998 bay Canadian bred Selle Français Rider & Patricia Bosch

            United States Team
            Team Competitors:
            Phillip Dutton and Woodburn
            Buck Davidson and Ballynoecastle RM
            Boyd Martin and Neville Bardos
            Kim and Tipperary Liadhnan

            Karen O'Connor and Mandiba
            Becky Holder and Courageous Comet

            Phillip Dutton and Truluck
            Boyd Martin and Remington
            Amy Tryon and Leyland
            Allison Springer and Arthur
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