Daniel Deusser clinches triumphant home win and seizes LGCT ranking lead

Daniel Deusser clinches triumphant home win and seizes LGCT ranking lead

Photo: LGCT / Stefano Grasso Germany’s Daniel Deusser took over the Longines Global Champions Tour ranking lead after a triumphant home win in blazing sunshine in front of jubilant fans in Hamburg. Deusser and Jasmien v Bisschop were a fraction of a second ahead of Nayel Nassar (EGY) and Lucifer V who put in an electrifying performance in the high calibre jump off to clinch second place ahead of Peder Fredricson (SWE) and H&M All In, completing the LGCT Grand Prix podium. Deusser’s win propelled him into pole position in…

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Swans Soar High with Spectacular GCL Mexico City Win

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Swans Soar Higher into Championship Lead with Spectacular GCL Mexico City Win Shanghai Swans have extended their Championship lead by 25 points in Mexico City for a spectacular GCL win. Daniel Deusser with Calisto Blue and Peder Fredricson with H&M Christian K, took a convincing win in the picturesque grass arena, with new star striker signing Peder immediately proving his worth for the squad. A delighted Daniel said: This was a really different team compared to Doha. The expectations are high for this season, it is only the being but…

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Henrik von Eckermann Scoops The Dutch Masters Rolex Grand Prix Honors

WINNER OF THE ROLEX GRAND PRIX AT THE DUTCH MASTERS HENRIK VON ECKERMANN RIDINGTOVEKS MARY LOU©ROLEX/ASHLEY NEUHOF

Henrik von Eckermann Scoops The Dutch Masters Rolex Grand Prix Honors Henrik von Eckermann (SWE) riding Toveks Mary Lou took The Rolex Grand Prix honors, during an exhilarating action-packed class at the 2019 edition of The Dutch Masters. Victorious only by a narrow margin, hot on Eckermann’s heels was Rolex Testimonee and current FEI World number one, Steve Guerdat (SUI) riding Albfuehren’s Bianca. Third place went to former FEI World number one Peder Fredricson (SWE) riding H&M Christian K. Forty of the world’s elite horse and rider combinations contended for…

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Julien Epaillard’s Joy After Victory in Opening LGCT Grand Prix of 2019

Julien Epaillard and Usual Suspect D’Auge triumphed in the first Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of 2019 with a masterful galloping victory in Doha.

Julien Epaillard and Usual Suspect D’Auge triumphed in the first Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of 2019 with a masterful galloping victory in Doha. The Qatari capital played host to the opening leg of the season and it was a blistering jump off under floodlights around Uliano Vezzani’s galloping track at the spectacular AL SHAQAB venue. The French star was first into the five-strong jump off and punched the air in delight when he realised last man in Ben Maher and Explosion W had narrowly failed to beat him.…

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World’s Best Out in Force at CHI Royal Windsor Horse Show

Kingdom Of Bahrain Stakes For The King's Cup Equita Van T Zorgvliet - Daniel Deusser - Royal Windsor Horse Show, in Windsor in the county of Berkshire, UK on 11th May 2018

World’s Best Out in Force at CHI Royal Windsor Horse Show Her Majesty The Queen was present to watch the afternoon action in the Castle Arena, presenting several awards, including the Best Turned Out Trooper and The Challenge Cup and Queen’s Plate for the winners of the Land Rover Services Team Jumping. VIDEO OF THE DAY Reigning Royal Windsor Horse Show Rolex Grand Prix champion Kent Farrington discusses his return from injury and his hopes for the day’s prestigious competition.   SHOW JUMPING: DEUSSER AND EQUITA MAKE IT TWO FROM TWO…

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Germany’s Daniel Deusser new world number one in Longines Rankings

Germany’s Daniel Deusser jumps to the top of the Longines rankings (FEI/Dirk Caremans)

Germany’s Daniel Deusser new world number one in Longines Rankings Germany’s Daniel Deusser goes into 2017 as the new world number one in the Longines rankings, overtaking fellow-countryman Christian Ahlmann who has enjoyed a lengthy period in pole position. And America’s Kent Farrington (3rd) and McLain Ward (4th) have relegated Simon Delestre to fifth spot ahead of his French compatriot Kevin Staut. Germany’s Marcus Ehning remains in seventh place while Canada’s Rio Olympic individual bronze medallist Eric Lamaze has slipped slightly from sixth to eighth. Deusser was lying third at…

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