Kent Farrington (USA) and Uceko, winners of the “Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia”, the third and last qualifier for the “Rolex Grand Prix” on Sunday. (Photo: Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping/Kit Houghton).
That longed for Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping title is only one more competition away for America’s McLain Ward (41) who, for the second night in a row, rocketed to victory at the Centurylink Center in Omaha. Read More
Eighteen entries showed in the class and five qualified for the jump-off. Coyle and Khaleesi jumped the faster of two double clear rounds. Their time of 41.78 seconds took top prize. Yannick Patron (FRA) rode Valhalla Equestrian Centre's Inshalla V.A. to second place in 42.69 seconds Read More
It was Daniel Coyle's time of 38.46 seconds that took the win riding Farona for Ariel and Susan Grange. Mario Deslauriers (USA) and Lisa Deslauriers' Cooper Royal finished a very close second in 38.47 seconds. Ramiro Quintana (ARG) and Auer Sport Horses' Ceitasi placed third in 38.98 seconds. Read More
Fifty-two entries started over Olaf Petersen, Jr.'s first-round course and 15 cleared the track without fault. Parot and Quick du Pottier went fifth in the order, setting an uncatchable time of 59.14 seconds for the win. Read More
The FEI World Cup™ Dressage and Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017 Finals bring together the world’s top horses and riders in Omaha. “Winning it is always difficult, and we’ve got so many of the best riders in the world here.” Read More
Olaf Petersen, Jr. (GER) is the course designer in the International Arena at PBIEC for week 12 competition. Petersen set the speed track for 55 starters in Wednesday's 1.45m and saw 19 clear rounds. Sellon and her 13-year-old Zangersheide mare laid down the winning time of 56.65 seconds early in... Read More
The much anticipated FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017 celebrated its first day with fans filling the CenturyLink Center. Spectators had the opportunity to watch demonstrations in the Colorado State Demonstration arena as well as show jumpers and dressage horse training in the main arena. Read More