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$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

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

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