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  • #21
    Originally posted by Blugal View Post
    What happened to Bettina Hoy?? Uncharacteristic to be last after dressage with under 50%!
    Apparently he reared repeatedly in the reinback and they were lucky not to get eliminated for disobedience. And it was rough throughout.

    It looks like she's pulled out though, I don't see her on the XC startlist. http://www.luhmuehlen.de/files/CCI_2...010_slgeld.pdf

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    • #22
      Does anyone know what fH means in German eventing?

      Looks like Jennie Brannigan got eliminated at 4A and the scoring is showing fH.

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      • #23
        My guess would be fall of horse...

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        • #24
          Fence 4 (first water complex) is giving a lot of trouble... apparently 5 falls to date, 3 horse and 2 rider (if fH means horse fall and fR means rider fall).

          Wish I could see the video - can someone with access provide us with an explanation of what is happening through there?

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          • #25
            I believe FEItv is having issues from what I understand. I'm just watching twitter, Marilyn is home clear, Jennie fell at the first water.
            We're spending our money on horses and bourbon. The rest we're just wasting.
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            • #26
              You can watch live here: http://www.ndr.de/sport/pferdesport/luhmuehlen221.html

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              • #27
                Oh no! I hope Jennie and Ping are ok. Julian Stiller was eliminated too. Also a fall?

                ETA: nm about JS. Looks like he retired.

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                • #28
                  Oh my. Very disappointed for Jennie. That fence however looked difficult. Darn.

                  I see Marilyn got thru! very good!

                  Not sure where the other Americans finished yet.

                  Not sure what will happen next for Cambalda and Jennie. They couldn't do Rolex, due to the lunging thing, so rerouted to Germany, fell on fence 4 on XC there; what do you do next? After the confidence is regained, what would be the next thing to aim for? What are the FEI requirements?
                  Proud & Permanent Student Of The Long Road
                  Read me: EN (http://eventingnation.com/author/annemarch/) and HJU (http://horsejunkiesunited.com/author/holly-covey/)

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                  • #29
                    A horse was taken off course in an ambulance. Boo.
                    go Marilyn, though!
                    www.ncsporthorse.com

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by DrummerGirl View Post
                      I'm using safari and keep getting an invalid address when I try to watch. Any ideas?
                      Always be yourself. Unless you can be Batman. Then always be Batman.

                      The Grove at Five Points

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                      • #31
                        Lots of problems across the board in this run today. And Bettina's round was just a mess. Really. Lafranco was very uncharacteristically disobedient. He was already a handful in the first presentation in hand. Just not his weekend.

                        Viney, a brief correction - Ingrid Klimke never "used to ride pure TBs" as you say. She rode exactly one (Sleep Late) - the rest of her international horses were always part breds. Braxxi is something like 7/8 TB, just because the pedigree says "Hanoverian" he really could not be more removed from his breed.
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                        • #32
                          XC definitely shook things up a bit! Though it could be a bit of a AN/WFP show again....... They each have 2 in the top 10.

                          Shame about Jennie though

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                          • #33
                            Qwanza was eliminated; and it looks as if Klimke retired at the first water with Tabasco. AN is going to finish the day on top with Mr. Cruise Control, with High Kingdom in 2nd.

                            I find it very hard to believe that Opposition Buzz was E'd on XC.
                            "I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay."
                            Thread killer Extraordinaire

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                            • #34
                              Originally posted by Blugal View Post
                              What happened to Bettina Hoy?? Uncharacteristic to be last after dressage with under 50%!
                              Her horse is hot hot hot. He is no where near as accommodating as RC was.

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                              • #35
                                Originally posted by vineyridge View Post
                                Qwanza was eliminated; and it looks as if Klimke retired at the first water with Tabasco. AN is going to finish the day on top with Mr. Cruise Control, with High Kingdom in 2nd.

                                I find it very hard to believe that Opposition Buzz was E'd on XC.

                                Ingrid has a tough bank out of the water and horse barely made it out. Stopped at the jump one stride after the bank. Pissing down with rain and called it a day.

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                                • #36
                                  Originally posted by snoopy View Post
                                  Her horse is hot hot hot. He is no where near as accommodating as RC was.
                                  This pair was out of control at Badminton. The horse was having no part of BH's attempts to regulate his speed. Fortunately, the (rider) fall didn't result in injury.

                                  I see that High Kingdom is in 2nd place. He was also memorably out of control at Badminton and Zara was lucky to be able to retire by choice.

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                                  • #37
                                    Seems like it was a tough course, handful of horses and riders down.. P’tite Bombe euthanized..

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                                    • #38
                                      Originally posted by ake987 View Post
                                      Seems like it was a tough course, handful of horses and riders down.. P’tite Bombe euthanized..
                                      Oh dear . I'm at work and can't watch. What happened?

                                      (The activist group that starts with P and rhymes with meatuh will have yet another chest thumping cause to fight for)
                                      Always be yourself. Unless you can be Batman. Then always be Batman.

                                      The Grove at Five Points

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                                      • #39
                                        Horse is eleven. He needs more 3*s, wouldn't you say? There are nine 3* left this year in NA. Only 2 are CCI*s, and one is in California. There really aren't that many Advanceds left in NA, either. Too bad she can't spend the summer competing in the UK. Of course, Pau and Brughley are still out there. But would the horse be ready to go 4* again by then?

                                        FEI requirements for an uncategorized rider.
                                        CCI 3* Uncategorised National or D
                                        or C Athletes
                                        NF requirements + 1 CCI2* + 1 CIC3*
                                        CCI 4* Uncategorised National or D
                                        or C or B Athletes
                                        NF requirements + 1 CCI3* + 2 CI 3*
                                        Originally posted by retreadeventer View Post
                                        Oh my. Very disappointed for Jennie. That fence however looked difficult. Darn.

                                        I see Marilyn got thru! very good!

                                        Not sure where the other Americans finished yet.

                                        Not sure what will happen next for Cambalda and Jennie. They couldn't do Rolex, due to the lunging thing, so rerouted to Germany, fell on fence 4 on XC there; what do you do next? After the confidence is regained, what would be the next thing to aim for? What are the FEI requirements?
                                        "I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay."
                                        Thread killer Extraordinaire

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                                        • #40
                                          Originally posted by ACMEeventing View Post
                                          Oh dear . I'm at work and can't watch. What happened?

                                          (The activist group that starts with P and rhymes with meatuh will have yet another chest thumping cause to fight for)
                                          All I have been able to find out is from EN, which said a bad fall at fence 9, but the statement released by Luhmühlen, as well as their score sheet, says fence 12 is where the horse fell. Anybody know what happened? So sad..

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