Equine-Now - Yellow Jacket Extermination - Todd And Co Musket Mens Padded Jacket - Mark Todd Unisex Full Leg Chaps - Mark Todd Mens Leather Competition Gloves - Le Chameau - Irish Dressage Competitors - Brown Riding Boot - Bavarian Warmblood Horses - Norway Riders -
Join Stable Express meet other horse lovers, receive latest equine news & info. Joining is Free and gives you access to all our services
Sign up!
  - Stableexpress - Horse News

$1.5 million up for grabs at this years world cup finals

  - $1.5 million up for grabs at this years world cup finals

Showjumping Worldcup.jpgNext month's Show Jumping and Dressage World Cup Finals at the international Indoor Brabant event in the Netherlands will have nearly $US1.5 million (€1,138,025) up for grabs, with €67,850 on offer for the overall winner of the Rolex FEI World Cup Jumping Final.

The combinations competing in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final have €250,000 to divide, with €56,000 to the winner of the Freestyle. € The CDI4* competions have €23,000 euros on offer.

With 23 entries confirmed there are still 22 still to declaire their participation to the FEI.

Jumping riders nominated so far:
West-European League:
Denmark: Emilie Martinsen

Germany: Marco Kutscher, Ludger Beerbaum, Marcus Ehning, Philipp Weishaupt, Christian Ahlmann (title defender)
Belgium: Ludo Philippaerts
France: Kevin Staut and Patrice Delaveau Ireland: Denis Lynch
Portugal: Luciana Diniz
Netherlands: Harrie Smolders, Maikel van der Vleuten
Sweden: reigning European Champioen Rolf-Göran Bengtsson, Malin Baryard-Johnsson
Switzerland: Pius Schwizer, Steve Guerdat
Extra: Edwina Tops-Alexander (Australia)

South American League:
Brazil: Pedro Junqueira Muylaert, Luiz Francsico de Azevedo

Japanese League:
Japan: Yuya Ninomiya

Thoroughbred Horses | Irish Show Jumping Stallions | Stallions | Jumping Horses For Sale | Horse Breeding Database | Horse Breaking Staffordshire

$1.5 million up for grabs at this years world cup finals

Related Articles

$1.5 million up for grabs at this years world cup finals
Next month's Show Jumping and Dressage World Cup Finals at the international Indoor Brabant event in the Netherlands will have nearly $US1.5 million (€1,138,025) up for grabs, with €67,850 on offer for the overall winner of the Rolex FEI World Cup Jumping Final.

The combinations competing in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final have €250,000 to divide, with €56,000 to the winner of the Freestyle. € The CDI4* competions have €23,000 euros on offer.

With 23 entries confirmed there are still 2
Marcus Ehning and Gitania win Stuttgart Showjumping World Cup
Robert Smith from Shrewley, Warwickshire finished in fourth place in the FEI World Cup Qualifier at CSI-W Stuttgart (GER).

Robert riding his own grey gelding, Kalusha jumped a double clear round in a fiercely competitive jump-off where just over one second separated the top five placed riders. Germany took the top three placings of the competition, Marcus Ehning and Gitania taking the win and earning himself 20 valuable World Cup points. Robert gains 13 World Cup points for his fourth place today, and currently l
Marcus Ehning wins FEI Showjumping World Cup Zurich Qualifier
One of the biggest and most exciting horse shows in the World, Zurich, hosted the 9th round of the 2011 Western European League FEI World Cup Qualifier last weekend.

Germanys Marcus Ehning riding Noltes Kuchengirl made it five in a row for Germany at the show, by thrilling the crowd in the jump-off and just beating the talented young British rider Ben Maher on Robin Hood W.

Ehning comment "This was a very good World Cup competition. The course was quite big but nice to ride and I really liked it!" Course
International Grand Prix Round Up – Spain and Belgium
British riders competing in Europe secured solid placings for Great Britain in the two major Grand Prix’s of the week in both Spain and Belgium. It was Buckinghamshire based Simon Crippen riding Judy Ross’s 11 year-old chestnut mare Ondine Du Logis who took 2nd place in Vejer de la Frontera in Spain. Competing against a field of sixty competitors they produced just one of two double clears of the competition. Relegate
Michel Hendrix in top ten in Wiener Neustadt
Michel Hendrix finished in both the fifth and sixth place in the Big Tour of the two stars show in Wiener Neustadt. With Wait and See (v. Colman) he rode in 57.34 seconds at the fifth position and Wimette (v. Karandasj) in 57.88 seconds in sixth position. The first place was for the Slovak Monika Noskovicova. In 54 seconds exactly she put the clock stop.

The second and third place both went to Germany. Marcel Marsc
International Grand Prix round up - Peter Charles wins at the CSI2* Oliva III €23,000 Grand Prix in Spain
Great Britain are once again topping the leader boards. Last week saw Peter Charles from Alton, Hampshire take the win in the CSI2* Oliva III €23,000 Grand Prix in Spain. Peter partnered Murka's Odie de Frevent, a 10 year old bay mare jointly owned by Olga White and Team Murka Ltd. The pair jumped a double clear in a time of 48.16 seconds.

Also in Spain contesting the Sunshine Tour were a number of other Britis



Join Stableexpress