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27th July 2002

Federation Equestre Internationale News

26 July 2002

World Cup Dressage
A World Cup Dressage Qualifier will be held in Maastricht (NED) from 6 to 8 December 2002. This is an addition to the Official FEI Calendar already published.
2003 World Pairs Driving Championship
Please take note of the change of location of the 2003 World Pairs Driving Championship. It will take place from 18 to 21 September in the Haras de Jardy, one of France’s top equestrian centres.
Upcoming Events
The outdoor equestrian season is at its height with a large number of events taking place in the coming days. Please find below a list of the main competitions by discipline, exact dates and venue.
In Memoriam
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27th July 2002
ILPH Transportation Ride Starts its Journey South
Jeremy James Slaughter Horse Transportation Consultant for the ILPH (International League for the Protection of Horses) will be riding through your area from Sunday 28 July until Thursday 1st August.
Everybody who is concerned about the long distance transport of live horses for slaughter, whether riders or not, should show their support by joining the Ride or attending at the start.
The Ride will start it's journey south to Westminster from Cleuchside Farm, near Oxnam on Sunday at 10 am*, and will finish for that day at Carter Bar layby on the A68 at Carter Bar (junction with A6088).
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27th July 2002
Four of 28 Horses Jump Clean In Fourth WEG Show Jumping Trial
San Juan Capistrano, CA—July 26, 2002—Four of the 28 entries that competed in the fourth of six rounds of the United States Equestrian Team’s World Equestrian Games (WEG) show jumping selection trials jumped clean rounds. The final two rounds of trials will be held Sunday as part of the $175,000 Cargill Grand Prix of the United States, Presented by HBO, at the Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A.
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27th July 2002

Open Day at Horse Welfare Centre
Entry is free and everybody is welcome at ILPH Glenda Spooner Farm, Nr Hoarwithy, in Herefordshire from 11 am on Sunday 4 August, for a good family day out. Besides lots of rescued horses and ponies to see, there will be:

· The Native Pony Musical Ride (Highland and Fell ponies - including ILPH Glenbracken) who will have been at Gatcombe Park the day before;
· Saddlery demonstration by ILPH consultant Chris Garrett, from Hadannall Saddlery, with the assistance of ILPH Freddie acting as his model and assistant;
· A talk by homeopathic vet, Nick Thompson, on 'Homeopathic First Aid for Horses';
· A display of ILPH horses and ponies successfully homed on the ILPH Loan Scheme with a commentary by Field Officer, Paul Teasdale;
· A display of saddlery from around the world.

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27th July 2002

Four Tie At Top In $25,000 USET World Equestrian Games Trial #4 Presented by Budweiser At 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A
San Juan Capistrano, CA—July 26, 2002—Four of the 28 entries that competed in the $25,000 USET World Equestrian Games Trial #4 Presented by Budweiser tied for first place by riding without penalty in Friday’s featured competition at the 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A. The Oaks Blenheim International is hosting the final three rounds of United States Equestrian Team (USET) selection trials being used to pick this country’s squad for the 2002 Show Jumping World Championships to be held as part of the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain in September. The final two rounds of trials will be held Sunday as part of the $175,000 Cargill Grand Prix of the United States, Presented by HBO.
Jumping clean in Friday’s trial were Lauren Hough of Wellington, FL on Windy City, owned by Peppercorn Ltd.; Nicole Shahinian-Simpson of Westlake Village, CA on El Campeon’s Petri, owned by El Campeon Farm; Molly Ashe of Wellington, FL on Kroon Garvin, owned by Sandra O’Donnell, and Ray Texel of Beverly Hills, CA on Fleur, owned by Beverly Hills Equestrian Park LLC.
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27th July 2002

Condon Wins European Bronze For Ireland
Anthony Condon, Cappaquin, Co. Waterford won the Individual Bronze Medal for Ireland at the European Pony Championships, Lanaken, Belgium today (Friday) with his pony Another Riot. Andrew Ryan, Newmarket-on-Fergus, Co. Clare was 4th with his pony Barry's Beauty and just missed out on the medals. Great Britain took Gold and Silver Medal positions. Ireland are hopeful for the European Team Championship on Sunday. The team consists of Andrew Ryan, Co. Clare; Anthony Condon, Waterford; Mark McAuley, Dundalk; and Heather Purcell, Kilkenny.
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27th July 2002
Mandy Porter Wins $25,000 St. Regis Resort International Class At 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A
San Juan Capistrano, CA—July 26, 2002—Mandy Porter of Solana Beach, CA rode Lavita to victory in the $25,000 St. Regis Resort International Class Friday at the 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A.
Porter topped a field of 41 entries in the jump-off class at the second annual international show jumping competition which is also hosting the final three rounds of United States Equestrian Team (USET) selection trials being used to pick this country’s squad for the 2002 Show Jumping World Championships to be held as part of the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain in September.
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27th July 2002
Nominations Being Accepted for Livestock Hall of Fame
The International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation opens nominations to the public
(Houston, TX) – For the first time in its 16-year history, the International Stockmen’s Educational Foundation (ISEF) is inviting the public to submit their nominations to its Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame, recognizing all-time greats of the livestock industry, was established as part of the International Stockmen's School, and continued as part of the International Livestock Congress.
“There is an abundance of men and women in livestock agriculture who have made extraordinary contributions to this industry,” said ISEF Chairman Dan Gattis. “This applies to individuals who advance research for food safety, to ranchers who have preserved their ranching heritage while modernizing their management techniques, to corporate executives who have championed the animal agriculture industry.”
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27th July 2002

Show Jumping Result CSIO Hickstead Great Britain 24 - 28 July 2002
THE COYLE HAMILTON CHASE
1) DIAMOND CLIFF; Robert Splaine (IRL), 2) PATCHOULI'T KESTERBEEKBOS; Reynald Angot (FRA), 3) GENTLEMEN; Andre Johannpeter (BRA)
THE COWFOLD SPEED STAKES
1) FANDZI DE ST PAUL; Herve Godignon (FRA), 2) LIVINGSTON; Robert Whitaker (GBR), 3) DREAMPOINT; Dennis Coakley (IRL)
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26th July 2002

Less Than Two Weeks To Go To The Show - Kerrygold Horse Show Starts Wednesday 7 August 2002
There are only two weeks to go to the sporting and social event of the summer - the 2002 Kerrygold Horse Show - 7 - 11 August 2002 at the RDS, Ballsbridge.
"Ireland deserves some sun this summer and we are hoping for five days of sunshine to match the atmosphere and mood of the Show," said Gerry McAuliffe, Kerrygold Horse Show Director.
Seven full teams will compete in the Kerrygold Nation's Cup for the Aga Khan Challenge Trophy at 3pm on Friday 9 August 2002 - Great Britain, Belgium, France, Holland, Italy, Switzerland and Ireland.

The leading international and national riders will be competing in the Main Arena international competitions. Some renowned riders attending include: Peter Charles and Cian O'Connor (IRL); Tim Stockdale and Robert Smith (GBR); Clare Bronfman (USA); Roelof Bril (Netherlands); Patrice Delaveau (FR); and Philippe Lejeune (BEL).
Over 1500 horses will compete in 127 showing classes and competitions with in excess of €415,000 in prize money given out and 52 trophies presented.
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26th July 2002
Top Show Jumping Nations And Riders To Compete At The 2002 Kerrygold Horse Show
7 - 11 August 2002
Entries have now closed for the International Competitions at the forthcoming 2002 Kerrygold Horse Show at the RDS's. Top riders from ten different countries will compete in the Main Arena from the 7 - 11 of August.
Great Britain, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands and Ireland are each sending teams of four riders and horses for the Kerrygold Nations' Cup on Friday 9 August 2002. Individual international riders from the UK, USA, Spain and Mexico join them to compete in the 'Wimbledon' of equestrian events.
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26th July 2002

Ireland Beaten By A Whisker At Hickstead Nations Cup
IRELAND¹S SHOW JUMPING team this afternoon (THURSDAY) came second in the Nations Cup of Great Britain.
Both Ireland and Germany ended the two-round contest on 16 faults apiece, but the German team were just 1.24 seconds faster on time.
This, however, is Ireland¹s best result in the 2002 Nations Cup season, and augurs well for the Aga Khan Cup at the Kerrygold Dublin Horse Show on August 9, where the same team is selected to represent Ireland.
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26th July 2002
Eric Hasbrouck Wins $10,000 Robert Mondavi Winery International Welcome Class At 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A
San Juan Capistrano, CA—July 25, 2002—Eric Hasbrouck of Bedford, NY rode Sitah to victory in the $10,000 Robert Mondavi Winery International Welcome Class to close opening day action at the 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A.
Hasbrouck topped a field of 18 entries in the jump-off class at the second annual international show jumping competition which is hosting the final three rounds of United States Equestrian Team (USET) selection trials being used to pick this country’s squad for the 2002 Show Jumping World Championships to be held as part of the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain in September.
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26th July 2002
The Hampton Classic Announces “An Evening of Shopping”
Music, Food and Shopping in the Boutique Garden
Bridgehampton, NY—July 25, 2002—The Hampton Classic is proud to announce “An Evening of Shopping”, to take place Thursday, August 29 from 5:00 -7:00 pm. Every year more than four dozen vendors set up shop at the Boutique Garden at the Hampton Classic which returns to Bridgehampton, NY, August 25-September 1, to sell their wares throughout the course of Long Island’s premier week-long equestrian event. For seven days, visitors to the Classic can browse and shop for everything from jewelry to art to equestrian supplies and leather goods.
For one special night, the forty-six vendors at the Boutique Garden will keep their doors open a little late to provide visitors the opportunity to spend the evening on the Classic’s beautiful showgrounds browsing through boutiques that offer exquisite shopping opportunities while at the same time enjoying music by the Jim Turner band plus free hors d’oeuvres, wine and other beverages.
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26th July 2002

Laura Kraut Wins $10,000 Hermes International Speed Class To Open 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A
San Juan Capistrano, CA—July 25, 2002—Sydney Olympic veteran Laura Kraut of Oconomowoc, WI rode Liberty to victory in the $10,000 Hermes International Speed Class to open the 2002 Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A.
Kraut topped a field of 47 entries in the first competition at the second annual international show jumping extravaganza which is hosting the final three rounds of United States Equestrian Team (USET) selection trials being used to pick this country’s squad for the 2002 Show Jumping World Championships to be held as part of the World Equestrian Games in Jerez, Spain in September.
Three-time Olympic medalist Joe Fargis of Southampton, NY was the eighth rider to try the 12-jump, one-round course and he took an early lead in the class when he rode Diams III, owned by Mary B. Schwab and Oeji Farm, to a penalty-free ride in 50.31 seconds. His lead held until the 41st entry of the class, Beezie Madden of Cazenovia, NY, finished fault-free in 48.19 seconds on Authentic, owned by Elizabeth Busch Burke and John Madden Sales.
The fourth-to-last entry was Kraut and her Sydney Olympic mount, Liberty, owned by the Summit Group. Kraut clinched the win with a fault-free ride in 46.81 seconds. “Liberty was just wonderful today,” Kraut said. “She jumped beautifully and now that I’m out of the selection trials, I intend to try to win every class I can.”
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26th July 2002
Jeffrey Welles Wins The $2,500 Open Jumper Class At Vermont Summer Festival Horse Show
East Dorset, VT—July 24, 2002— Jeffery Welles, 40, of Pound Ridge, NY took top honors riding Aziza, owned by Redfield Farm, in the $2,500 Open Jumper class at the Valley Classic Horse Show, part of the 2002 Vermont Summer Festival at Harold Beebe Farm, in East Dorset, VT on Wednesday.
Welles, a USET veteran, made to the jump-off with only one of his three mounts, but one was all he needed to win. Aziza, a 7-year-old Oldenburg, completed the course in 32.430 seconds. Kristi Smith, of Rockport, MA, riding Jennieta, owned by Knights Fork Inc had the fastest jump-off time until Welles and Aziza, but they were bumped to second with a jump-off time of 32.671. Michael Dorman of Jamison, PA, riding Femalin, owned by Caroline Lloyd was third with a jump-off time of 35.311.
“She’s a really fast mare, Welles said of the young mare. “There was only one other quick round, Christi, who was second, so I just took the right track, went at a gallop and she was right there. She’s a super mare.”
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26th July 2002

Show Jumping Results: European Pony Show Jumping Championships Lanaken Belgium 24-28 July 2002
Class S2 First Qualification - 1m30
1) BUNDGAARD Martin; Casino (DEN), 2) BRUNS Ulrike; Nelly Kim (GER), 3) PAVITT Louise; New York Spritzer (GBR)
Class S3 Open for ponies not participating at the European Championship
1) FILOSA Francesco; Just in Time des Bruyeres (ITA), 2) RUANT Julie-Pascale; Picobello's chip (BEL), 3) MC AULEY Mark; Shalom Outlaw (IRL)
Class 4 Table A - 2 phases
1) DRECHSLER Romina; Sunny (GER), 2) RUANT Julie-Pascale; Elmara de Toeuffles (BEL), 3) VETKER Maurice; Mississippi (NED)
Class S5 Second Qualification - 1M30
1) BUNDGAARD Martin; Casino (DEN), 2) PAVITT Louise; New York Spritzer (GBR), 3) BRUNS Ulrike; Nelly Kim (GER)
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26th July 2002
Potomac Horse Fever Fatality in Kentucky
Reported by: Stephanie L. Church, News Editor, The Horse Magazine ; TheHorse.com

LEXINGTON, Ky.-- A Thoroughbred filly in Central Kentucky recently succumbed to Potomac horse fever (PHF), a disease that is detected only once or twice per year in the Commonwealth. The cause of death was a mystery until test results were received from the University of Kentucky Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center (LDDC) on June 27.
Potomac horse fever first hit the horse industry in the mid-1980s with an outbreak in the Potomac River area of Maryland. Researchers were able to link the causative agent (a bacteria named Ehrlichia risticii, which has been re-named Neoriketssia risticii) to parasites of freshwater snails. Scientists at the University of California, Davis, were able to complete the natural transmission cycle of PHF in 2000 when they found that the bacteria infects the larvae of mayflies and caddis flies in fresh water. The larvae then mature into adult flies and are ingested by horses when they inadvertently consume the insects while grazing or in feed. Horses kept near fresh-water streams or ponds are more likely to be at risk for getting the disease. The Kentucky filly was kept on a farm with several small streams and a pond.
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26th July 2002

Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
EUROPEAN JUNIOR SHOW JUMPING CHAMPIONSHIPS HAGEN GERMANY 31 JULY-4 AUGUST, EUROPEAN PONY EVENTING CHAMPIONSHIPS HAGEN GERMANY 31 JULY-4 AUGUST 2002, EUROPEAN PONY DRESSAGE CHAMPIONSHIPS HAGEN GERMANY 31 JULY-4 AUGUST 2002, CSI-A GERA GERMANY 2-4 AUGUST 2002, CCI*/** HARTPURY ENGLAND 8-11 AUGUST 2002
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25th July 2002
Seven Teams Confirmed To Compete In The 2002 Kerrygold Nations Cup
9 August 2002
Seven nations are sending their top teams to compete in the Kerrygold Nations' Cup at the 2002 Kerrygold Horse Show.
The five-day equestrian extravaganza opens on Wednesday 7 August and runs until Sunday 11 August.
Teams from Great Britain, Belgium, France, Holland, Italy, Switzerland and Ireland together with individual international riders will compete for a record €255,000 in prize money in the international competitions.
Commenting on the entry, Gerry McAuliffe, director, Kerrygold Horse Show, said "We are expecting the highest level of jumping and entertainment from the star studded line up. Visitors to the show are promised some spectacular entertainment from the riders and horses of the seven competing nations as this is the last major event before the 2002 World Equestrian Games."
The parade of the seven Kerrygold Nations' Cup teams accompanied by military bands takes place in the Main Arena at 2.40 pm on Friday 9 August with the competition starting at 3.00pm. H.E. President Mary McAleese accompanied by her husband Dr Martin McAleese will attend this prestigious event.
Belgium won the Kerrygold Nations' Cup competition last year carrying off the Aga Khan Challenge Trophy. They will no doubt be making a determined bid for a second win in a row.
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25th July 2002
Ride Aside! 2002
October 11-13, 2002
Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY
Sidesaddles are not a thing of the past, but very much the center of interest for thousands of equestriennes throughout the world. Teaching more about the beautiful art of riding aside is the main functions of organizations like The World Sidesaddle Federation and the International Sides Saddle Organization. They have teamed up to sponsor the premiere sidesaddle event...RIDE ASIDE! 2002.
RIDE ASIDE! 2002 is an entire weekend devoted to sidesaddles and sidesaddle riding, featuring: CLINICS - SEMINARS - WORKSHOPS on:
* Dressage Aside * Starting Your Horse Aside * Jumping Aside * Sidesaddle Equitation * Western Sidesaddle * Sidesaddle Fit * Costuming and Period Attire, and What to Wear Aside * Sidesaddle Anatomy, Evolution and History * Evolution of the Sidesaddle * KENNY HARLOW'S TRAINING WITH TRUST
Sidesaddle and training experts will be from all over the country and Europe.
This is an opportunity to learn from the best known experts on the subject of riding aside. Featured speakers are: Roger Philpot, Lillian Chaudhary, Rob Jenkins, Master Saddler, Mary R. Downey, Rhonda Watts, Peggy Hipple, Kit Roszko, Kenny Harlow and more!
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25th July 2002
Prize Money At The 2002 Kerrygold Horse Show Increases 12 Per Cent
7 - 11 August 2002
The Royal Dublin Society has increased the prize money at the 2002 Kerrygold Horse Show by 12 per cent in 2002 to continue to attract the best jumping and showing competitors.
The richest competition at the Show, the Kerrygold International Grand Prix, will have a total prize fund of €96,000 an increase of €13,000 over 2001, ranking the competition as one of the most lucrative on the European jumping circuit. The winner will take home €32,000. Prize money for the Kerrygold Classic has increased by €8,400 to €15,000 and the Kerrygold Speed Championship sees an increase of €4,000 to €15,000. The Kerrygold Six Bar, which replaces the Kerrygold Relay has increased by €5,000 to €11,500..
"It's not the prize money alone which attracts the top international riders to the Show. It's the prestige of competing at one of the best shows in the world and the craic that surrounds it. It's also considered one of the best social events on the annual equestrian circuit," says Gerry McAuliffe, Kerrygold Horse Show Director.
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25th July 2002

Ireland Competes For Nations Cup At Hickstead Today
IRELAND¹S SHOW JUMPING team today (THURSDAY) competes for the prestigious Nations Cup of Great Britain.
The competition begins at 2.30 p.m.
The team jumping at Hickstead will be the same as the team chosen to represent Ireland at the Aga Khan Trophy competition in Dublin next month.
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25th July 2002
Federico Sztyrle Wins the $35,000 Otter Creek Grand Prix Sponsored by Hand Motors At the Vermont Summer Festival Horse Show
East Dorset, VT—July 21, 2002—Federico Sztyrle of Bridgehampton, NY, won the $35,000 Otter Creek Grand Prix, sponsored by Hand Motors, on Sunday at the Vermont Summer Festival Horse Show held at Harold Beebe Farm in East Dorset, VT. Sztyrle won riding Caya, owned by Sag Pond Farm. Peter Lutz of Katonah, NY, and Maroline, owned by Coker Farm, was second, and Ken Berkley of Flemington, NJ, aboard Laredo, owned by Rivers Edge, came in third.
Sztyrle (pronounced steer-lay) kept the crowd in suspense as he was the last to go in the jump-off of eight. Robert Ross and Galiana, owned by Joe Zada and Romance Farm, were the first to go in the jump-off and went clean in a time of 39.394 seconds. Then Lutz, riding Maroline, immediately took over the lead with a faultless round in a time of 35.688 seconds. Ken Berkley of Flemington, NJ, was unsuccessful at beating the time with the two mounts he had in the jump-off. Berkley and Laredo tried to repeat their Grand Prix winning performance from Week One in Vermont, but went too slow in a time of 36.064 seconds. Berkley’s other entry, Kontiki, owned by Rivers Edge & Karen Long Dwight, also went clear, but at a slower time of 37.846 seconds, which gave them a fourth place finish.
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25th July 2002

Show Jumping Result: CSIO Hickstead Great Britain 24-28 July 2002
THE WEST SANDS SELSEY INTERNATIONAL STAKES
1) DIABOLO DU PARC; Ludovic Leygue (Fra),2) BAILEYS PION; Jackson Reed-Stephenson (GBR),3) COOLCORRON COOL DIAMOND; Robert Splaine (Irl)
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25th July 2002
Nigel Taylor Eventing Clinic
Nigel Taylor Eventing Clinic to be held at Bishop Burton College on 8th & 9th August 2002.
Pre Novice, Novice & Intermediate cross country & show jumping.
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24th July 2002

Take Great Photos of Horses
Reprinted with permission from the New York Institute of Photography website at <http://www.nyip.com>
Learn why you should photograph horses and how to capture their majestic mobility and stately air, and much more in a three part series of articles brought to you by New York Institute of Photography (NYI), America's oldest and largest photography school.
In Part 1 of NYI's series on EQUINE PHOTOGRAPHY, NYI writer, Lauren Ragland, takes you to the beginning of horse photography starting with Eadweard Muybridge. Yes, he just happened to be the first person to capture a horse galloping on film. Then, she looks at how to photograph the dashing animals either speeding around a racetrack or poised and grazing in a field. For those who like to get down and dirty, Lauren takes you to the rodeo where rearing and steering is no laughing matter.
Lighting is one of the most important aspects to consider when photographing animals. For horses, in the early morning or late afternoon, according to NYI, is when the bright sun won’t cast unflattering shadows over the subject. Is your subject most comfortable inside or out? It’s best to keep your model in their comfortable environment.

NYI will also show you how to take pictures suitable for a glossy equine Magazine or for a portrait-sized frame. Learn from which angle to capture the horses. What are the standard shots and the inventive angles? How much of the horse should you get in the frame? And how many horses should you capture? Which ones do you exclude? NYI's series on Equine Photography will answer all these questions and more!
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24th July 2002

Shoeing Competition
Saturday 27 July, at ILPH Glenda Spooner Farm, Hoarwithy

Thanks to the generosity of its sponsors the ILPH (International League for the Protection of Horses) will be holding a Shoeing Competition at its Herefordshire Equine Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre, near Hoarwithy, on Saturday 27 July.
Two classes are scheduled. The first, Apprentice Shoe Making, starts at 10am prompt and the second, Live Shoeing, starts around 11.15.
All work to be carried out in the gas forges and on the anvils supplied on the day on site. Nails, vices, etc to be supplied by the competitors.
Andrew Harrison, Partner at Kearns & Rea and Vivien McIrvine MBE, ILPH Vice President, will be awarding the prizes at approximately 5 pm. There will be prize money to fourth place in each class and special awards for the Best Dressed Foot and Best Specimen Shoe.
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24th July 2002

More than 4,500 entries logged for 2002 event
World Championship Paint Horse Show featured 14 days of exciting youth, amateur, open competition

FORT WORTH, Texas - The American Paint Horse Association (APHA) logged 4,536 entries at its 2002 World Championship Paint Horse Show, which concluded July 6 after a 14-day run at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth, Texas. A total of 1,857 American Paint Horses from throughout the United States and Canada participated in the annual event. Horses owned by residents of Australia, Italy and The Netherlands also competed.
The first week of the show was dedicated to youth competition, while the second week included exciting amateur, open and special challenge events.
APHA has been hosting a World Championship Paint Horse Show with youth competition, followed by amateur and open events, since 1989. That year, 866 horses participated. The total number of horses competing at the 2002 show represents a 114 percent increase over total horses involved at the 1989 show. That year, APHA logged 1,720 entries. For 2002, entries logged totaled 4,536, representing a 164 percent increase over the 13-year period.
The World Championship Paint Horse Show is an annual non-qualifying event open to all APHA Regular Registry horses and Breeding Stock halter mares. This year, the show included 166 classes, five challenge series classes, three sweepstakes events, three select sales, a trade show and many other special activities. Youth, amateur and professional horsemen and horsewomen exhibited their horses during the two-week show and demonstrated their skills in halter, Western, English, cattle, driving and speed classes.
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24th July 2002
USET Mandatory Short List Outing for the 2002 WEG Eventing Team
Gladstone, NJ—July 23, 2002—The United States Equestrian Team (USET), Banbury Cross Farm and Great Meadows will be hosting the Mandatory Short List Outing for the 2002 World Equestrian Games (WEG) Eventing Team on August 16-17. The following horse-and-rider combinations named to the Short List or as Alternates to the Short List are required to attend this competition as part of the selection process for the 2002 World Equestrian Games Eventing Competition:
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24th July 2002
2002 Hampton Classic Horse Show Announces Opening Day Festivities
Exciting New Dog Agility and Breed Demonstrations Take Center Stage
BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY— July 19, 2002— Opening Day at the Hampton Classic Horse Show in Bridgehampton, Long Island, is a special tradition of this end-of-summer equestrian and social event that dates back 27 years. Manhattan Mortgage Company’s Opening Day presented by Distinction Magazine celebrates Long Island horses and riders with daylong competition in six show rings. Held at the Classic’s lovely sixty-acre show site on Sunday, August 25, Opening Day offers spectators a chance to see the breadth of riders that the sport embraces—adult riders 18 years of age through their sixties as well as junior riders as young as three years of age.
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23rd July 2002

Federation Equestre Internationale News
Samsung Nations Cup Preview

CSIO**** Hiskstead (GBR), 24 - 28 July 2002
The Samsung Nations Cup will take place at the All England Jumping Course, Hickstead (GBR), on Thursday, 25 July, - first round beginning at 14h30, second round beginning at approximately 16h00
The following seven teams will be participating (in the alphabetical order): Belgium (BEL), Brazil (BRA), France (FRA), Germany (GER), Great Britain (GBR), Ireland (IRL), and The Netherlands (NED).
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23rd July 2002

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23rd July 2002
Brighton Mitsubishi Jump In As Event Sponsors
Brighton Mitsubishi has just announced that it will be sponsoring this year's Eventing Grand Prix at Hickstead, a spectacular feature of the Golden Jubilee Royal International Horse Show, which takes place from 24th to 28th July.
The Eventing Grand Prix is has established itself as one of the most exciting attractions at the show, the event seeing some of the world's top event riders take on many of the world¹s leading show jumpers.
Held at the All England Jumping Course on Friday 26th July, the Eventing Grand Prix is designed to test the courage, speed and technical abilities of both horse and rider, all within sight of a large and enthusiastic crowd.
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23rd July 2002
Canadians Capture Catskills III Grand Prix
Horse Shows In The Sun presented its third Grand Prix show jumping event of the Catskills series on Sunday. The $75,000 class was the highlight of five days of showing at Kelly Farms in Ellenville, NY.
It was Canada’s day as Canadian Olympic veteran Mario Deslauriers topped a field of twenty-five riders to capture first place in the $75,000 Rio Vista Grand Prix. Keean White, an up and coming young rider, also from Canada, took second place. Danny Foster of Ontario, Canada designed the course. Danny was the individual winner of a Pan American Gold Medal, and he is the current Chef d’equipe of the Canadian Team. The Canadian presence was also felt in June when Canada’s seven-time Olympian Ian Millar won the second of the Catskills Grand Prix.
Twenty-five horse and rider combinations competed over Danny Foster’s first round course. Following the class, Foster noted that the field consisted of several young horses together with seasoned campaigners. Therefore his goal was to design a fair yet demanding course that would encourage the inexperienced entries, while still meeting the standards of a $75,000 class matching the prestige of competition in the Catskills.
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23rd July 2002
Thirty-Eight Horse-and-Rider Combinations Vie For A Position on the 2002 USET Show Jumping World Equestrian Games Team
Del Mar, CA—July 22, 2002—After three rounds of competition in the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Show Jumping Selection Trials for the 2002 World Equestrian Games, Lauren Hough and her Sydney Olympic mount, Clasiko, lead a field of thirty-eight horse-and-rider combinations with a total score of four faults. The first three trials to select the team to compete at the 2002 World Equestrian Games to be held in Jerez, Spain this September ran July 20-21 at the Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA.
Hough and Clasiko turned in clear rounds in Selection Trial #1 and Selection Trial #3. Knocking down only one rail in Selection Trial #2, Hough’s score of four faults over the first three trials puts her in first place going into the final three trials which will take place at the Oaks Blenheim International CSI-A, July 26 and 28.
Posting clear scores in Selection Trial #1 and Selection Trial #3 was Ray Texel on Lexicon. Texel finished with five faults in Trial #2 to put him in second place behind Hough in the overall standings. Hough and Texel are the only two riders to jump two fault-free rounds at this point in the trials.
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23rd July 2002

All Breed Event
A horse is a horse, of course. But, a traditional division among the various breeds of horses and the people who work with them has developed over the years, keeping networking between all horse people to a minimum.
Can-Am Equine is attempting to break down these barriers by offering an All Breeds Equine Emporium March 13 through 16, 2003 at London's Western Fair Grounds. Seize this rare opportunity to hear guest speakers from across North America addressing major topics concerning the equine industry.
"I think there'll be something for everyone there." Says Dr. Ken Armstrong, executive director of the Equine Research Centre (ERC) at the University of Guelph. Proceeds from the event will aid equine research.
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23rd July 2002

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100% sure: European Championship in San Patrignano
During the 6th edition of the "Challenge Vincenzo Muccioli" in San Patrignano, a meeting among the members of the FEI Jumping Commission took place with the purpose of evaluating the candidature of the Community to the 2005 European Championship and verify its organizational skills and facilities.
The meeting was attended by Max Amman, the Swiss director of the FEI World Championship and Mr. John Roche, from Ireland, director of the FEI jumping departement.
When the meeting was over, Mr. Amman declared to the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera "European Championships are very different by international championships. A bigger number of riders is involved, a higher participation of the public, more journalists and several days of competition. Appropriate structures and specifical facilities are requested for such an important event and a lot of work needs to be done in this view. The final decision will be communicated in Mosca in November" he added "however I am 100% sure that the European Championships will take place in San Patrignano, maybe 99,9%, to be on the safe side".
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23rd July 2002
Competition Continues To Select Show Jumping Team for World Equestrian Games
Del Mar, CA- July 21, 2002— Four horse-and-rider combinations turned in clear rounds in Selection Trial #2 Sunday in the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Show Jumping Selection Trials. Immediately following Selection Trial #2, six horse-and-rider combinations posted clear rounds in Selection Trial #3. The trials for the World Equestrian Games, which will be held this September in Jerez, Spain, began Saturday at the Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA.
The field of thirty-eight horse-and rider combinations were asked to jump the exact course with the same time allowed of seventy-five seconds in both Selection Trial #2 and Selection Trial #3. Only four horse-and-rider combinations left all the jumps standing in Selection Trial #2, and eleven combinations finished with just one rail down to give them a four fault score.
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23rd July 2002

Carriage Driving Result: CAI-B Catton Park England 19-21 July 2002
BRITISH HORSE DRIVING TRIALS, Catton Park HDT, CAI-B 1/2/4/4P CAN
SINGLE HORSE COMPETITION July 21, 2002
1) Di Hayes (GBR), 2) Heather Logsdon (GBR), 3) Sara Clinghan (IRL)
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23rd July 2002
Randy Sherman Wins the $10,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior Jumper Classic At Vermont Summer Festival Horse Show
East Dorset, VT—July 21, 2002, Randy Sherman on Caldero won the $10,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior Jumper Classic, during the Manchester Classic, at the Vermont Summer Festival Horse Show at Harold Beebe Farm, in East Dorset, VT on Sunday.
The junior and amateur-owner classes were held separately on July 21 leaving a field of 11 for the junior division. Derek Braun started things off with a clear round riding Mandella and also had the first clear in the jump-off with a time of 69.546 seconds. Sherman, who went 9th in the order had the third clear of five, putting him right in the middle for the jump-off.
The 12-year-old gelding gave Sherman his second victory for the day. Sherman also won on Copperfield, owned by North Wales Farm in the $5,000 Low Junior/Amateur Owner Classic.
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23rd July 2002

Two Weeks of Equestrian Activity Highlight Summer in Lake Placid, NY
Lake Placid, NY—July 22, 2002—A week of competition at the 25th annual I Love New York Horse Show, July 3-7, following a week of competition at the 33rd annual Lake Placid Horse Show, June 26-30, capped off two weeks of equestrian competition at the North Elba Show Grounds in Lake Placid, NY. In the serene mountain setting of Lake Placid, the horse shows featured more than 1,000 horses competing each week for more than $360,00 in prize money in one of the nation’s largest hunter-jumper horse show competitions.
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23rd July 2002
USA Equestrian Welcomes Hunt Club Bedding® As Sponsor
Hunt Club Bedding has come on board as the official bedding company of USA Equestrian. A portion of the sales proceeds of Hunt Club Bedding will be slated for the USA Equestrian Health Research Fund.
In January 1998, Triple Crown Animal Bedding Inc, was established to create an ideal bedding, with testing done at Southern Illinois University Department of Animal Science, Health and Nutrition. Upon research, Hunt Club Bedding was confirmed by SIU as meeting the strict and established criteria of its founder, Carl V. Santoeimmo, who was concerned with the dust and odor of other beddings and the impact they may have on his daughter's health, and the health of her horse.
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23rd July 2002
Nutraceutical Int’l Inc. to Sponsor Vermont Summer Festival Grand Prix
East Dorset, Vermont—July 22, 2002—The third of five $35,000 Grand Prix events of the Vermont Summer Festival Horse Show to be held on Sunday, July 28, will be sponsored by Nutraceutical Int’l Inc. of Park City, Utah. The company is the nation’s leading manufacturer of vitamins and supplements sold to independent health food stores.
"The sponsorship from Nutraceutical for our event is special because it comes from supporters that are also horse enthusiasts," stated Dotty Ammerman, Executive Director of the Vermont Summer Festival. "It is also an indicator of how far our support reaches," she added.
Bob Gay, Managing Director of Boston-based Bain Capital, which holds a 40% ownership of Nutraceutical, spearheaded the relationship. Two of his children who train with Janie Weber of the Ridgefield, CT based Stepping Stone Farm are competing at this year’s Vermont Summer Festival. Summer Paulos, Gay’s 25-year-old daughter, was the Champion of the first two week’s High Amateur/Owner Junior Jumping Division, and Lara Gay, 16-years-old, was the second week's Junior Hunter Champion.
Gay stated "We’re thrilled to be involved in the Vermont Summer Festival and spend time as a family in the beautiful Manchester area. This is the 2nd year we’ve been attending the event and are happy to add to our involvement through this sponsorship."
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23rd July 2002

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Irish Horses Do Well In Colorado
The Irish Sport Horse Castaway Lad impresses at High Prairie's $75,000 Grand Prix.
7/20/02 Parker CO. Cara Anthony was in Colorado only one day and earned the respect of the Grand prix jumping world when she placed fifth at the High Prairie Grand Prix. Anthony drove in from Spruce Meadow to compete in the event before heading off for a Grand Prix in Cincinnati. Castaway Lad was one of only five horses to not knock down a rail in the difficult event. Unfortunately a quarter time fault kept her out of the jump off.
Anthony's Castaway Lad is a son of Clover Hill out of a mare named Cloe Two. Anthony imported Castaway Lad with the help of Dermot Forde of Ireland. Unfortunately for the Irish Horse World once again there was no recognition for Castaway Lad as an Irish Horse. Anthony said she gave the announcers a bio of the horse, but the announcers didn't read it. Nearly all of the other 30 horses in the Grand Prix received recognition of their breed.
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23rd July 2002
Rascals and Racehorses: A Sporting Man’s Life
Lexington, KY (July 22, 2002) Gangsters and gin drinkers, midgets and touts, mysterious clockers and champion Thoroughbreds race through the pages of W. Cothran Campbell’s newest tribute to the Sport of Kings RASCALS AND RACEHORSES: A SPORTING MAN’S LIFE.
With a Runyonesque flavor, Campbell spins tales of old-time horsemen such as trainers Ben and Jimmy Jones, Hall of Fame jockey Eddie Arcaro, and Spendthrift Farm master Leslie Combs. Campbell also weaves witty and candid stories of his own experiences and escapades. He tells of being a chubby boy showing horses before jeering spectators; enlisting his drinking buddies’ help in finding three cars “misplaced” within thirty-six hours during his pre-Alcoholics Anonymous days; and being among a gentrified racing crowd that witnessed a wolfhound show his amour for a Russian ambassador’s fur coat.
Campbell manages to unearth the humor and foibles both of himself and of an industry few people experience behind the scenes.
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23rd July 2002
Irish Participation In International Equestrian Events
CSIO DUBLIN 7-11 AUGUST 2002
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22nd July 2002

An Introduction To A New Breed Of Riding Boot.
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22nd July 2002
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22nd July 2002

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The GP Infostrada "Challenge Vincenzo Muccioli" goes to Juan Carlos Garcia
It's the Colombian Juan Carlos Garcia to leave his final mark on the 6th editino of the Challenge Vincenzo Muccioli, by winning the GP Infostrada. I'm more than happy - declared Garcia just before going to receive the prize - to me winning at San Patrignano feels like winning at home. In this community I spent the best years of my life. In the early nineties I rode a long time for San Patrignano's Jumping Team and thanks to the trust Vincenzo accorded to me I started my real professional career. With Vincenzo I had a beautiful relationship and I remeber that together with him we started the project which brought San Patrignano to occupy a so relevant place in the world horse-riding. For all that I cannot but thank once more this extraordinary man.
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22nd July 2002

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Challenge Vincenzo Muccioli: now it's France to score
Now it was Michel Robert's turn to score the first victory for France. Robert, who in the nineties did ride for San Patrignano's jumping team, with which he became both individual and team silver medallist at the world champioship in Le Hague (1994), won the SEA prize, an accumulator competition, in front an audience of 3000 people gathered to the community arena to attend the show jumping closing evening.
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22nd July 2002

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The prize AON goes to Mathy
winning at San Patrignano has become an habit to the Belgian rider Francois Mathy: he took the Infostrada prize in 2000, the grande Chasse in 2001 and even this year he didn' delude the fans' expectations, by gainig the AON prize, opening class of the closing day at the show-jumping dedicated to the memory of the community's founder, Vincenzo Muccioli
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22nd July 2002

Hazel's Horse Wins Newcastle West Grand Prix
The horse of the late Hazel O'Callaghan, the show jumper who died on July 3 after injuries sustained in a fall, today (Sunday) won its first Grand Prix at Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. Ridden by 25 yr old Paul O'Shea from Co. Limerick , the horse <Liffey Valley> previously ridden by 22 year old Hazel before her tragic accident, won by over three seconds in a six-horse jump-off, beating Andrew Dunlop, riding <Cruise For Ever>.
The horse is owned by Hazel's mother, Shelagh O¹Callagan, wife of Cork property developer Owen O¹Callaghan.
The Newcastle West Grand Prix is part of the national Kerrygold Grand Prix League.
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22nd July 2002

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The Dutch strike out even at the Tamoil prize
The Dutch riders rule out the second competition day at the challenge Vincenzo Muccioli in San Patrignano: they won all of the three classes in program, thus respecting the eve forecasts which listed them among the top favourites in this event together with the Belgian and Swiss riders. And so, after the afternoon successes both achieved by Van der Vleuten, considered one of the fastest riders in the whole international circuit, Piet Raymekers won at night the Tamoil prize, a two-phases-class with fences of 1,45.
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22nd July 2002

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Interview to John Roche
John Roche, Manager of Jumping and Driving of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) was one of San Patrignano's guests during this 6th edition. The show of 2001 was his first visit to the show, which he calls a "unique" event.
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22nd July 2002

Show Jumping Result: CSI-B Chester England 19-21 July 2002
CHESTER GRAND PRIX
1) LUIDAM; John Popely (GBR), 2) ARKO III; Nick Skelton (GBR), 3) ELISE; Mark Armstrong (IRL)
Class No. 8 The DMS Championship
1) HENNESEY; Robert Smith (GBR), 2) CARLSSON 17; Geoff Billington (GBR), 3) ANASTASIA; Billy Twomey (IRL),
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22nd July 2002

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Holland strikes again, and yet again van der Vleuten
The real dominator of the second day at the challenge Vincenzo Muccioli, is the Duch rider Eric van der Vleuten: the number 36 of the world rankings took infact the first place in today's second competition, the Grand Chasse "Acqua Uliveto" a class against the time (table C) which uses the natural fences of San Patrignano's arena.
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22nd July 2002

Show Jumping Result: CSI-A Redefin Germany 18-21 July 2002
Lotto Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Prize, International Two-Phase Competition
1) Preishammer; Jessica Kurten (IRL), 2) Charlottenhof's Charisma; Soren von Ronne (GER), 3) Lincolm L; Markus Merschformann (GER)
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22nd July 2002

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First Dutch success at San Patrignano
It is a Dutch rider, Eric van deer Vleuten, the winner the second day's opening competition at the San Patrignano CSI-A: the American Properties Prize, a two-phase-class reserved for 7 years old young horses. On his grey mare Sissi van der Vleuten carried aut a very fast round which allowed him to overcome the Italian Gianni Govoni who at last classified second on his chestnut stallion Bablu.
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21st July 2002

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Unexpectedly the Lamoborghini prize goes to the Austrian Puck
The first competition day at San Patrignano 6th CSI-A closed with the an outsider's surprising success: at the jump-off of the Lamborghini prize - with fences of 1.50 - the austrian rider Gerfried Puck on his first horse Olympic 2, left behind the group of eight outstanding riders who had overcome the barrage. On the podium he preceded two notorious Dutch pairs: Piet Raymakers second on Schijndel and Eric van der Fluten third on Audi's Jikke.
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21st July 2002
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21st July 2002

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Piergiorgio Bucci wins the McDonald's prize
The italian rider Piergiorgio Bucci has prevailed in the second competition of the first day at the 6th Challenge Vincenzo Muccioli which opended today at san Patrrignano (Rimini). His debut at the international show-jumping hosted in the community could hardly have been better: in a class against the clock aboard his 9 years old grey, White King, the italian turned out as first thanks to a faultless course with a time of 56.05.
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21st July 2002
Kimberly Frey Leads USET World Equestrian Games Show Jumping Selection Trials at the Conclusion of Trial #1
Del Mar, CA- July 20, 2002—Kimberly Frey of Hume, VA and Bergerac lead a starting field of 38 horse-and-rider combinations after the first of six United States Equestrian Team (USET) Show Jumping Selection Trials. The trials for the World Equestrian Games to be held this September in Jerez, Spain began Saturday at the Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA.
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21st July 2002

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Fuchs wins the first race at San Patrignano three-day show jumping
The San Patrignano three-day show jumping contenst opened this afternoon with the class reserved for 7 years old young horses. The success went to Markus Fuchs actually holding the eighth place in the world rankings. Aboard the promising sorrel stallion Nivolino, the Swiss champion preceeded respectively the Italian Gianni Govoni second on Bablu, a bay mare of French breed, and the other big name in the Swiss team, Willi Melliger, third on the bay Liquido.
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21st July 2002

Kerrygold Grand Prix League Show Jumping Result: Crecora, Limerick and District.
LIMERICK AND DISTRICT GRAND PRIX
1) CRUISEWAY; Francis Connors, 2) KILRUSH; Linda Courtney, 3) ERNE TOUCH; Francis Connors, 4) ABBY; Lt. Danielle Quinlivan
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21st July 2002

Show Jumping Result: CSI-B Chester England 19-21 July 2002
Class No. 2 DMS Clocktower Stakes
1) LANDED GENTRY; Tim Stockdale (GBR), 2) KALUSHA; Robert Smith (GBR), 3) CABRI D'ELLE; Scott Smith (GBR)
Class No. 3 Golden Bear Stakes
1) HADDON HOUSE CARLSON; Michael Whitaker (GBR), 2) HENNESEY; Robert Smith (GBR), 3) REX; Mark Armstrong (GBR)
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