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El equipo de Europa (el suizo M. Fuchs / CHICA B, el francés K. Staut / VISCONTI DU TELMAN, el belga J. Verlooy / VAROUNE, el irlandés D. Kenny / IMPORTANT DE MUZE, el sueco H. von Eckermann / FANCY ME y D. Kenny / DABELLE) gana al americano en la Riders Master “caza” a 1.50 al americano (la canadiense K. Chad /CARONA, el brasileño M. M. Zanotelli / DIESEL GP DU BOIS MADAME, el brasileño R, Pessoa / QUALITY FZ, el canadiense E. Lamaze / FINE LADY, la estadounidense L. Kraut / FLURETTE, M. M. Zanotelli / SWEET TRICIA, L. Kraut / DEAUVILLE, R. Pessoa / VENICE BEACH y E. Lamaze / CHACCO KID).

 

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Riders Masters Cup : Unbeatable Europe !

This year, the competition was open to riders from the whole American continent. This year, the Americas managed a superb first round. This year, true showjumping legends made up the American team. And still... Europe yet again won the Riders Masters Cup, for the fifth time in a row!

On paper, the Americas had serious chances to win the fifth Riders Masters Cup, flagship competition of the Longines Masters of Paris launched in 2017 by EEM with Longines for Founding Partner. Robert Ridland's troops really seemed in a position to turn the tables on Europe and at last clinch the class that has been eluding them since the beginning. On paper only. Led by Swedish chef d'équipe Henrik Ankarcrona, Europe mercilessly won on a final score of 125 for the Old Continent to 80 for the New World. The Americas dominated the first round
He could feel comfident… For the very first time, Robert Ridland's team stood up to their opponents in the first round. It must be noted that for the sake of sport and suspense, the rules made it possible to select riders from all the Americas. The chef d'équipe could thus pick Canadians and Brazilians. Good choice: tonight, Ridland's team included as many as 3 Olympic champions with the USA's Laura Kraut, Brazil's Rodrigo Pessoa and Canada's Eric Lamaze. Thanks to Kraut and Pessoa as well as Brazil's Marlon Modolo Zanotelli, the Americas won three of their five duels. On Europe's side, Olympic champions Kevin Staut (France) and Henrik von Eckermann (Sweden) both had four penalties. At that point, with a provisional score of 40 to Europe's 35, Ridland's five had reasons to hope for a win. 

Second round: Europe regains control
Right from the beginning of the second round, Europe recovered some strength... and took advantage of a weakness of the Americans who had all changed rides. Clear in the first round, Zanotelli was now eliminated for two refusals. The young Canadian Kara Chad was equally unfortunate. Only the legend that is Rodrigo Pessoa managed to win his duel against Henrik von Eckermann. Spearheaded by a reigning European champion and reserve World champion Martin Fuchs on top form, Europe eventually won four of the five duels for a fifth victory in as many editions! First to go in both classes and double clear, Fuchs commented, in front of packed stands: "I'm feeling very well at the Longines Masters of Paris. I won the Grand Prix here five years ago and I hadn't been back since". The Americans only have two days left to win competitions at the Longines Masters of Paris 2019. On top of their triumph in the Riders Masters Cup, the Europeans won most classes so far, leaving only yesterday's Masters One Hubside to Modolo Zanotelli. Yes they can… Can't they?Please, find below the pictures to illustrate this victory. Thank you to mention the following copyright every time you use them : © Jean-Louis Carli / Aléa pour EEM
© Jean-Louis Carli / Aléa pour EEM

 

 

© Jean-Louis Carli / Aléa pour EEM
 

This year, the competition was open to riders from the whole American continent. This year, the Americas managed a superb first round. This year, true showjumping legends made up the American team. And still... Europe yet again won the Riders Masters Cup, for the fifth time in a row!

On paper, the Americas had serious chances to win the fifth Riders Masters Cup, flagship competition of the Longines Masters of Paris launched in 2017 by EEM with Longines for Founding Partner. Robert Ridland's troops really seemed in a position to turn the tables on Europe and at last clinch the class that has been eluding them since the beginning. On paper only. Led by Swedish chef d'équipe Henrik Ankarcrona, Europe mercilessly won on a final score of 125 for the Old Continent to 80 for the New World.

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EDWARD LEVY FLIES OVER THE MASTERS ONE CENECA / SALON DU CHEVAL DE PARIS

Second last to go in a 14 strong jump-off, young French rider Edward Levy won Friday night's Masters One CENECA / Salon du Cheval de Paris at the Longines Masters of Paris. This was the Norman's (based in Haras de Lecaude) ninth international victory with his very swift mare Rebeca LS. Their very fast double clear in 34’’38 was enough to pip to the post the Netherland's experienced pair of Maikel van der Vleuten and Verdi TN, previous leaders in 34’’50. Third spot went to Brazil's Marlon Modolo Zanotelli, on top form with Koddac van het Indihof in 34’’64.

"I am extremely pleased to have won. We came here with Haras de Lécaude with a plan. We had done several shows to get the horses ready for the Longines Masters of Paris. With such a good start, we feel we've done a good job", he said. "Now I'll keep my feet on the ground and concentrate on Sunday's Grand Prix", he added. He will ride Rebeca LS again. "Rebeca is an amazing mare because she jumps with the most extreme ease. When leaving the ground, she already has it all figured out. This is something you can only feel when riding her. She's a fighter, a winner. She whinnies when she enters the arena and she looks all around her. She wants to show she's here. She's a true champion" praised Edward Levy who, as a member of the Riders Lab (a selection of upcoming talents supported by EEM, organizer of the Longines Masters Series), was invited to take part in the 5* competitions of the Longines Masters Series with the very best riders in the world.

The home side performed well in this 1.55m class with Roger-Yves Bost in fourth with Sangria du Coty (0/0/36’’12) and Pénélope Leprévost sixth on Vancouver de Lanlore (0/4/36’’73). Reigning European champion and reserve World champion Martin Fuchs (Switzerland) takes fifth place with The Sinner (0/0/36’’16).

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THEY WON IN PARIS…

The competition is in full swing at the Longines Masters of Paris. After his win yesterday, France's Pierre-Marie Friant once again climbed up onto the top step of the podium in the Masters Two Prestige Italia. Right after, in the Masters Two Institut Esthederm, team silver-medalist at the 2010 World championship Olivier Guillon clinched the win. And let's not forget the Masters Three, where two riders stood out this morning: Belgium's Christophe de Brabander won the Masters Three Sellerie des Juraires while Normandy's Julie Burguière came first in the Masters Three Horse Pilot.

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A PRESTIGE VILLAGE TO SUIT ALL TASTES

Luxury, fashion, cooking and gastronomy await you in the pop-up shops of the Village Prestige in the heart of the event. Stroll along the aisles to discovers our partner brands Longines, Hermès Sellier, Ducati, Stephex Horsetrucks, Lami-Cell… Treat your children to magic moments in the Kids corner. And dance through the nights to the beat of famous Longines Masters after-parties: Suzane will set the dancefloor on fire on Friday night and DJ Fonsi Nieto will take over the turntables on tomorrow at 11:30 pm.

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THE LONGINES MASTERS SERIES COLLECTION BY DADA SPORT NOW AVAILABLE !

Reflect the atmosphere, the frame of mind and the lifestyle of the Longines Masters Series through your style! In order to offer you an exclusive collection, the Series joined forces with today’s trendiest French brand Dada Sport known for its modern and technical clothes. Discover the "We Ride The World" range on Dada Sport’s stand in the Longines Masters of Paris Prestige Village or online. Don’t waste any time, this is a limited edition!

The first “signature” competition of the 11th Longines Masters of Paris, the Riders Masters Cup, will have two original teams of five European riders and five riders from the American continent battle it out on Friday December 6. The draw, which took place in the heart of Paris, at the Cirque d’Hiver, right before the young showjumping champions auction The Auction by Arqana, decided the duels for the first round of a competition which, so far, always smiled on the European side.

Duel n°1
Kara Chad vs Martin Fuchs

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Duel n°2
Marlon Modolo Zanotelli vs Kevin Staut

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Duel n°3
Rodrigo Pessoa vs Jos Verlooy

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Duel n°4
Eric Lamaze vs Darragh Kenny

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Duel n°5
Laura Kraut vs Henrick Von Eckermann

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