Harry Charles and Sherlock crack the case at A Coruña

Harry Charles (GBR) and Sherlock - winners of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023/24 - La Coruña (ESP) Copyright ©FEI/Mackenzie Clark

Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023-2024, Western European League. Written by Lousie Parkes Britain’s Harry Charles and his 10-year-old gelding Sherlock won through with a thrilling last-to-go run at the seventh leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ 2023/2024 Western European League at A Coruña in Spain on Sunday. Watch Harry Charles’ winning round here. Even the super-talented 24-year-old rider who has twice made the cut to the series Final and who is currently ranked 14th in the world was taken by surprise with how things worked out. After leaving…

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Harry Charles Prospers in Spain on Billabong du Roumois

HArry Charles receiving the trophy. Image credit Oxer Sport / CSI A Coruña

Harry Charles won the 1m50 CSI5* Longines FEI World Cup Grand Prix qualifier class on Friday, December 1st riding Billabong du Roumois. It’s the U25 top-ranking rider’s second year in a row to have won the class, this year beating off top competition from France. The French riders, who had taken the first two places in the previous class, were also dominating the CaixaBank Trophy. Julien Epaillard was leading the table with “Cancun Torel Z”, a mare that has been in the French rider’s stable for a very short time,…

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Day Two: Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Final 2023

Richard Vogel (GER) and United Touch S - winners of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final - Omaha 2023. Final II Copyright ©FEI/Richard Juilliart

Germany’s Vogel wins, but Denmark’s Schou and Switzerland’s Schwizer share the lead going into the final day Day Two Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2023 – Omaha (USA), By Louise Parkes On a night of sensational sport, Germany’s Richard Vogel steered the brilliant stallion United Touch S to win the second leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final 2023 in Omaha (USA). But it is Denmark’s Andreas Schou (Darc de Lux) and Switzerland’s Pius Schwizer (Vancouver de Lanlore) who share the lead going into Saturday’s third and deciding…

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