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  Wednesday, April 15, 2015 9:30am    Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Warm-Up 1:30pm    Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Warm-Up Thursday, April 16, 2015 Noon      Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Grand Prix 7pm        Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final I Friday, April 17, 2015 7:00am    Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Freestyle Rehearsal* Noon        Las Vegas Dressage Showcase 7pm         Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final II Saturday, April 18, 2015 Noon        Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final (Freestyle) 7pm         Canadian Pacific Grand Prix of Las Vegas Sunday, April 19, 2015 Noon        Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final III     Sergio Álvarez Moya / CARLO  

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1. 101 My Lady Mikala Münter Gundersen DEN
bay 15y.M /Michellino/DWB/103KN32/ Janne H. Rumbough & Mikala Münter G
 
2. 102 Mariett Lars Petersen DEN
bay 17y.M /Come Back II/Sidney/DWB/DEN02600/ Marcia Pepper/Lars Petersen
 
3. 103 Jojo Az Agnete Kirk Thinggaard DEN
bay 12y.G /Ginus/Justboy/103KA01/ Julianelyst Aps
 
4. 104 Axis TSF Terhi Stegars FIN
black 16y.S /Sixtus/Angard/TRAK/GER44244/ Stegars Terhi + Kayser Tanja
 
5. 105 Qui Vincit Dynamis Fabienne Lütkemeier GER
chest 16y.G /Quattro B/Calypso II/OLDBG/GER45767/ Capellmann-Lütkemeier Gina
 
6. 106 Unee BB Jessica von Bredow-Werndl GER
bay 14y.S /Gribaldi/Dageraad/KWPN/102YN67/ Bürchler-Keller Beatrice
 
7. 107 El Santo NRW Isabell Werth GER
bay 14y.G /Ehrentusch/Rythmus/RHLD/GER44504/ Madeleine Winter-Schulze + Isabell
 
8. 108 Valegro Charlotte Dujardin GBR
bay 13y.G /Negro/Gerschwin/KWPN/102UB51/ Mr C Hester, Mrs R Luard, Mrs A Bar
 
9. 109 Glocks Undercover N.O.P. Edward Gal NED
black 14y.G /Ferro/Donnerhall/KWPN/103MH20/ Ghpc Holding Bv
 
10. 110 Glocks Flirt Hans Peter Minderhoud NED
chest 14y.S /Florestan/Gauguin de Lully/CH/103DD24/ Ing. Gaston Glock
 
11. 111 Kartsevo Upperville Tatiana Dorofeeva RUS
14y.S /Cabochon/Creool/KWPN/102ZV82/ Sonina Varvara & Bronnikova Nataliy
 
12. 112 Mister X Inessa Merkulova RUS
bay 11y.G /Egeus/TRAK/102YZ81/ Merkulova, Inessa
 
13. 113 Romeo-Star Elena Sidneva RUS
bay 14y.S /Romantic Star/Mister A/HANN/RUS40441/ Mrs. Ludmila Dmitrieva
 
14. 114 Painted Black Morgan Barbançon Mestre ESP
black 18y.S /Gribaldi/Ferro/KWPN/NED06402/ Morgan Barbancon Mestre
 
15. 115 Di Lapponia T Paulinda Friberg SWE
black 14y.M /Donnerhall/Argument/HANN/104AU16/ Paulinda Friberg
 
16. 116 Fleetwood Malin Hamilton SWE
bay 16y.G /Florestan I/Bormio XX/WESTF/SWE40906/ Malin Hamilton
 
17. 117 Verdades Laura Graves USA
bay 13y.G /Florett As/Goya/KWPN/103CK84/ Laura Graves
 
18. 118 Legolas Steffen Peters USA
bay 13y.G /Laomedon/Florestan II/WESTF/103KZ88/ Four Winds Farm Llc
 

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1. 201 Fair Light van T Heike Edwina Tops-Alexander AUS
chest 10y.M /Vigo D Arsouilles/Darco/BWP/103IA15/ Tops Horse Trading
 
2. 202 Domino Jos Verlooy BEL
bay 12y.G /Thunder van de Zuuthoeve/Azur Depaulstra/BWP/103AR37/ Verlooy Axel Euro Horse Bvba
 
3. 203 Ragtime Rouge Joao Edua Ferreira de Carvalho BRA
grey 10y.G /SF/103LY06/ Lesley Elaine Rocha Mello
 
4. 204 Bobby Chris Sorensen CAN
black 13y.G /Concorde/Joost/KWPN/NED42513/ Chris Sorensen & Britland Hughes
 
5. 205 Carlo Sergio Alvarez Moya ESP
grey 14y.G /Contender/Cascavelle/HOLST/GER42975/ Marta Ortega
 
6. 206 Orient Express Hdc Patrice Delaveau FRA
bay 13y.S /Quick Star SF/Le Tot de Semilly/SF/102QT10/ Haras des Coudrettes
 
7. 207 Vagabond de la Pomme Penelope Leprevost FRA
bay 10y.S /Vigo dArsouilles/For Pleasure/SBS/103IL63/ Madame Genevieve Megret
 
8. 208 Qurack de Falaise H D C Kevin Staut FRA
chest 11y.G /Jarnac SF/Fetiche du Pas/SF/102TB45/ Monsieur Armand Pette
 
9. 210 Cornet dAmour Daniel Deusser GER
grey 12y.G /Cornet Obolensky/Damiani/WESTF/BEL42861/ Stephex Stables
 
10. 211 Cool and Easy Hans-Dieter Dreher GER
grey 11y.G /Contender/Riverman/HOLST/103QY22/ Bücheler Paul
 
11. 212 Singular LS la Silla Marcus Ehning GER
bay 9y.S /Chapultepec la Silla/Stakkato/SLS/103TA22/ Maria & Wivi Anne Gretzer
 
12. 213 Cornets Cristallo Marco Kutscher GER
bay 12y.G /Cornet Obolensky/Pilot/WESTF/102MH58/ Sudheimer Hof / Thomas Sagel
 
13. 214 Molly Malone V Bertram Allen IRL
grey 11y.M /Kannan/Cavalier/AES/102UT81/ Ballywalter Farms
 
14. 215 Connery Luca Maria Moneta ITA
bay 14y.G /Cordobes II/Polydor/WESTF/ITA41763/ Molly Ohrstrom
 
15. 217 Romanee Cece Kristaps Neretnieks LAT
chest 10y.M /Socrate de Chivre, SF/Jalisco B, SF/104DW07/ Kristaps Neretnieks
 
16. 218 KS Coradina Andis Varna LAT
grey 8y.M /Corlensky G/Cardento Zv/104BF98/ Andis Varna, Sia Kurzemes Seklas
 
17. 219 Spirit Magic Manuel Alvarez MEX
bay 15y.G /Acacio (ex Acagion)/Ahorn/SWB/SWE40074/ Beatriz Cortina Margain
 
18. 220 Electric Everard Hegewisch Diaz Infante MEX
chest 15y.G /Escudo I/Rabino/HANN/GER43635/ Everardo Hegewisch
 
19. 221 Glocks Cognac Champblanc Gerco Schröder NED
grey 12y.G /Clearway/HOLST/102XW15/ Glock Hpc Holding B.V.
 
20. 222 VDL Groep Verdi Tn N.O.P. Maikel Van der Vleuten NED
bay 13y.S /Quidam de Revel/Landgraf I/KWPN/NED41570/ Stal vd Vleuten & Team Nijhof & C.A
 
21. 223 VDL Zirocco Blue N.O.P. Jur Vrieling NED
grey 11y.S /Mr. Blue/Voltaire/SF/103BQ29/ W. van de Lageweg & A. Jespers
 
22. 224 Edesa S Banjan Geir Gulliksen NOR
bay 14y.S /Toulon/Lys de Darmen/BWP/102PP72/ Stall Gullik As
 
23. 225 Frangipanne de Toxandria Katie Laurie NZL
chest 10y.M /Unique II Drum/Landwind/BWP/104PA51/ Jill & Samantha Morrison
 
24. 227 First Devision Shk.Ali Bin Khalid Al Thani QAT
bay 10y.G /Andiamo/Perhaps vh Molenvondel/BWP/103IB76/ Pedro Weber Mandur Guerios
 
25. 228 Primeval Dejavu Bassem Hassan Mohammed QAT
bay 11y.G /Heartbreaker/Ramiro/BWP/102XT71/ A.M. Postma & Primeval Stoeterij
 
26. 229 Rocketman Vladimir Beletskiy RUS
bay 14y.G /Raphael/Calypso II/HANN/GER45024/ New Sport Reitpferde GmbH & Mr. Vla
 
27. 230 PSG Future Martin Fuchs SUI
bay 11y.G /Cashandcarry/Lorentin I/HOLST/102XS77/ Schildknecht, Peter
 
28. 231 Albfuehrens Paille Steve Guerdat SUI
chest 12y.M /Kannan/SF/FRA45663/ Hofgut Albführen GmbH
 
29. 232 Toulago Pius Schwizer SUI
bay 10y.G /Toulon/Carthago/OS/103AX85/ Haber Karin
 
30. 233 Casello Douglas Lindelöw SWE
chest 12y.G /Casall/Carolus I/HOLST/102OW88/ Fam. Bladh & C.Person
 
31. 234 Baronez Kirsten Coe USA
chest 14y.M /Skippy II/Heartbreaker/BWP/103EA86/ Ilan Ferder, Lovsta Stuteri, & Tal
 
32. 236 Jonkheer Z Karl Cook USA
bay 13y.S /Jetset-D/Skippy II/ZANG/BEL41810/ Signe Ostby
 
33. 237 Barron Lucy Davis USA
chest 11y.G /For Pleasure/Nabab de Reve/SBS/102WM58/ Old Oak Farm
 
34. 238 Stakorado Katherine A. Dinan USA
bay 10y.G /Stakkato Gold/Acorado/HANN/103HX23/ Grant Road Partners Llc
 
35. 239 Flexible Rich Fellers USA
chest 19y.S /Cruising/Safari/ISH/USA08670/ Harry & Mollie Chapman
 
36. 240 Coral Reef Baloufino Vinton Karrasch USA
dches 16y.S /Baloubet du Rouet/Continue/OLDBG/GER26735/ Coral Reef Ranch
 
37. 242 Nouvelle Laura Kraut USA
11y.M /Solitair/Contango/KWPN/103MK28/ Evita Group
 
38. 243 Simon Elizabeth Madden USA
bay 16y.G /Mr. Blue/Polydox/KWPN/NED07405/ Abigail Wexner
 
39. 244 Babalou Todd Minikus USA
chest 10y.M /Balou du Rouet/Silvio I/OLDBG/104FP51/ Two Swans Farm
 
40. 245 Lucifer V Jack Towell USA
bay 9y.G /Lord Dezi/Grandeur/WESTF/104EN75/ Jennifer Gates, Llc
 
41. 247 Rothchild McLain Ward USA
chest 14y.G /Artos/Elegant de lIle/SBS/USA42795/ Sagamore Farms
 
42. 209 Silvana HDC Kevin Staut FRA
grey 16y.M /Corland/Widor/KWPN/BEL12188/ Haras des Coudrettes
 
43. 226 Kiwi Iron Mark Katie Laurie NZL
chest 11y.G /Kiwi Ironclad/Kiwi Cash/103QS92/ June Berrington, Tapioka Javala, Ka
 
44. 301 Semira de Saulieu Lane Clarke AUS
bay 13y.M /Darco/Major de la Cour/SBS/BEL42611/ Charlotte & Frances Gadbois
 
45. 303 Curtis Lucy Davis USA
bay 10y.G /For Pleasure/Nabab de Reve/SBS/103DE44/ Old Oak Farm
 
46. 304 Bijou de Balou Katherine A. Dinan USA
bay 9y.M /Balou du Rouet/Graf Grannus/RHLD/103UG27/ Grant Road Partners Llc
 
47. 305 Tembla Karl Cook USA
chest 14y.M /Tangelo van de Zuuthoeve/Cavalier/ZANG/102WM73/ Signe Ostby
 
48. 306 Ferro Dc Karianne Boyce Lockhart USA
bay 10y.G /Darco/Landadel/BWP/103YO93/ Karianne Boyce-Lockhart & Poseidon
 
49. 307 Air Force One Kama Godek USA
grey 11y.G /President/Quatsous/BWP/102YP19/ Godek, Kama
 
50. 308 Calero Allyssa Hecht USA
bay 12y.G /Calato/Leandro/HOLST/102MK13/ Neaulani Farms
 
51. 309 Geledimar Hannah Heidegger USA
chest 12y.M /Grosso Z/Lord Z/ZANG/102TY09/ Monarch International
 
52. 310 Agamemnon Alec Lawler USA
bay 14y.G /Briar/Allegretto/SWB/103ZR34/ Equine Ventures Llc
 
53. 235 Czardas Kirsten Coe USA
12y.S /Contendro/Grannus/HANN/102NI85/ Lovsta Stuteri
 
54. 241 Coral Reef Follow me II Vinton Karrasch USA
bay 10y.S /For Pleasure/Sandro/WESTF/103EE04/ Coral Reef Ranch
 
55. 311 Zanzibar Tanya Levorchick USA
grey 11y.S /Berlin/Narad de Reve/BWP/102ZU28/ Megan Camaisa
 
56. 312 Darius de la Ferme Rose Michelle Rodal USA
bay 12y.S /Thunder van de Zuthoeve/Gotspe/BWP/103RW38/ Morgan Hill Partners
 
57. 313 The Dude Will Simpson USA
9y.G /Carry Gold/Argentinus/OS/104JY96/ Monarch International
 
    Nota de prensa FEI  
All-systems-go for FEI World Cup™ 2015 Finals in Las Vegas 
By Louise Parkes
 
The stage is set and it’s all-systems-go at the Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas, USA where the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2015 Finals get underway on Thursday.
All horses passed their veterinary inspections today, and even that provided entertainment with some over-exuberant equines giving their handlers a hard time. Age is no barrier to naughty behaviour as Morgan Barbacon’s 18-year-old stallion, Painted Black, demonstrated when breaking free and going for a quick gallop around the ring before regaining his decorum. And there were plenty of high-jinks from the jumpers too, although Rich Fellers’ 19-year-old stallion, Flexible, was as relaxed as it is possible to be.
Huge anticipation
There is huge anticipation of a great week ahead, and tomorrow is dedicated to warm-up classes before the excitement goes into over-drive with a rapid-fire opening day on Thursday when the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Grand Prix gets the action underway at 12 noon and the opening competition of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping takes place at 19.00 local time.
Early on Friday morning the Dressage riders and horses have the opportunity to rehearse their Freestyle, and at 19.00 the second Jumping competition take place. Saturday brings the much-anticipated Freestyle, which will bring the Reem Acra Final to a close, starting at 12 noon. And then on Sunday the new Longines Jumping champion will be crowned following the top-30 Final.
Defending ReemAcra FEI World Cup™ Dressage champion, Great Britain’s Charlotte Dujardin, reports that her super-star gelding, Valegro, is feeling the heat a little. “The temperature has definitely hit him, he doesn’t have long to acclimatise before he starts to compete but it’s great to be here and taking part in this show in the middle of the desert! He’s flown well and the last two days we gave him some easy time, not too much work. He’s gone from winter at home to this incredible heat, and I’m hoping he’s not suffering from jet-lag!” she said. It has been windy and sunny today in the entertainment capital of the world, with the barometer showing a temperature of 85 degrees at 15.30 local time.
Challenges
The Thomas Mack Arena presents many challenges for equestrian competitions due to its unusual shape and size. It regularly hosts concerts and sporting fixtures, including boxing, football and basketball tournaments. “It’s a bit like a huge lunge-pen!” Dujardin said today, “I’m told it’s bigger than Olympia (London) but it doesn’t feel like it, maybe it’s because the seats rise so high around the ring. How are they going to fit seven judges in there?” she asked with a laugh. “It will be my first time to start my test inside the arena so that should be interesting too!” she added.
It is always a big test for the course designer too, but America’s Anthony D’Ambrosio knows what’s expected because he also presented the tracks for the 2009 FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in Las Vegas. He’s been an FEI 4* course designer for over 10 years and is a double-recipient of the USHJA Course Designer of the Year Award.
Defending Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping champion, Germany’s Daniel Deusser, said today that the size of the arena is not a problem for him or for Cornet D’Amour. In fact he’s feeling pretty upbeat about his chances of doing the double this week and walking away with that coveted Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping trophy for the second year in a row.
“For my horse it’s not a disadvantage. In a small arena the fences come up very fast but he’s so rideable and has a great technique. I’ve had good results with him in small indoor arenas and big ones too, and recently he was fantastic in Doha (QAT) and in Den Bosch (NED) so I’ve got a great feeling with him right now. I don’t want to say that I’m going to win again, but I’m feeling really confident!”
It’s going to be a thriller from start to finish, so don’t miss a hoof-beat. If you can’t be there, then watch all the action LIVE on FEI TV!!
Facts and Figures:
Things to know about the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final: A total of 45 Jumping horses were presented at the first veterinary inspection at the Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas today and were passed fit to compete. 4 riders presented two horses each - Kevin Staut (FRA), Katie Laurie (NZL), Kirsten Coe (USA) and Vinton Karrasch (USA). Following the withdrawal of Saudi Arabia’s Abdullah Alsharbatly, the starting field for the Final is reduced to 41 riders. The draw for order-of-go in Thursday’s first competition will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) evening. Course designer is America’s Anthony d’Ambrosio. In the 37-year history of the FEI World Cup™ Jumping Finals, a total of 496 riders from 53 nations have competed. The USA holds the record for the greatest number of riders attending the Finals, with a total of 113. The country with the next highest number is Germany with a total of 48. Austria’s Hugo Simon was the first winner of the FEI World Cup™ Jumping title at the inaugural Final in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1979. Riding Gladstone, he came out on top in a two-way jump-off against America’s Katie Monahan and The Jones Boy. Great Britain’s Michael Whitaker holds the record for the greatest number of attendances at the Final. He competed on 23 occasions but never won the title. Defending champion is Germany’s Daniel Deusser (Cornet D’Amour). Germany’s Marcus Ehning (Singular LS La Silla) is bidding to become the first-ever rider to win the FEI World Cup™ Jumping title for the fourth time. There are three competitions to decide the Longines FEI World Cup™ 2014/2015 champion: Competition 1 is a Speed class, with seconds added for knockdowns. Competition 2 is one round against the clock, and one jump-off which is also against the clock. Results are then converted into points which are carried into the third and last competition. Competition 3 is two rounds of jumping over a Grand Prix course of fences between 1.50m and 1.60m in height. The top 30 horse-and-rider combinations are eligible to compete but only 20 go through to the second round. The leading rider after the first two competitions goes last, and starts on a zero score. Total prizemoney for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2014/2015 Final is €1.3m. Ground Jury: Kim Morris (CAN) President, David Distler (USA), Neil O’Connor (USA), Jack Robson (USA), Sven Holmberg (SWE). Technical Delegate Leopoldo Palacios (VEN). Things to know about the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final: A total of 18 horses were presented at the first veterinary inspection in the Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas today and all were passed fit to compete. The draw for order-of-go in Thursday’s first competition, the Grand Prix, will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) evening. The new champion will be crowned following the second competition, the Grand Prix Freestyle, which take place at 12 noon on Saturday 18 April. What the judges are looking for, as explained by Stephen Clarke (GBR), FEI 5* judge,
“exciting, expressive Dressage, but with the horse completely in harmony with the rider. The energy, so beautiful to watch, comes from impulsion as opposed to tension.”
Ground Jury: Lilo Fore (USA) President, Stephen Clarke (GBR), Francis Verbeek (NED), Peter Holler (GER), Hans Christian Matthiesen (DEN), Annette Fransen-Iacobaeus (SWE), Maria Schwennesen (AUS). Technical Delegate Freddy Leyman (BEL).
Denmark’s Anne-Grethe Jensen was the first winner of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final. Riding Marzog, she pinned Great Britain’s Christopher Bartle and Wily Trout into runner-up spot while Switzerland’s Christine Stuckelberger finished third with Rubelit von Unkelruf at the inaugural event in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands in 1986.
Defending champions are the double Olympic gold medallists and multiple world-record holders, Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro from Great Britain.
This is the 30th anniversary FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final, and the fifth time for the event to take place in the USA.
Los Angeles hosted the Final in 1995, and it has subsequently been staged in Las Vegas in 2005, 2007, 2009 and again this year.
Ticket Sales: Tickets for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2015 Finals have been sold in all 50 states in the USA and in 30 countries around the world. Timetable: Thursday April 16: Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Grand Prix - 12 noon Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 1 - 19.00 Friday April 17: Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 2 - 19.00 Saturday April 18: Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Freestyle Final - 12 noon Sunday April 19: Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final 3 - 12 noon. Rider biographies - Jumping: view online and download from http://www.fei.org/bios Rider biographies - Dressage http://www.fei.org/bios   Notes to Editors Longines has been based at Saint-Imier (SUI) since 1832. Its watchmaking expertise reflects a strong devotion to tradition, elegance and performance. It has generations of experience as the official timekeeper at world championships and as a partner of international sports federations. Longines’ passion for equestrian sports began in 1878, when it produced a chronograph engraved with a jockey and its mount. Over the years, the brand has built strong and long-lasting links with equestrian sports. In 1912, Longines was proud to partner with its first Jumping event, the Grande Concurso Hippico Internacional, in Portugal. Today, Longines’ involvement in equestrianism includes Jumping, Eventing and Flat Racing. Longines is a member of The Swatch Group S.A., the world’s leading manufacturer of horological products. With an excellent reputation for creating refined timepieces, the brand, whose emblem is the winged hourglass, has outlets in over 140 countries. Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Press Kit The comprehensive online press kit, which contains the series’ calendar, competition schedule, simplified rules, history, list of entries with a link to the athlete biographies page along with photographs of Reem Acra’s Fall 2015 ready-to-wear and bridal collections, can be viewed in the FEI Press Kit zone www.feipresskits.org. The document can also be downloaded in PDF format. Environmentally-conscious media wishing only to print selected sections of the press kit can choose the “page selection” option in their PDF software. Reem Acra FEI Hub http://fei.org/fei/sponsors/reem-acra-and-fei gives access to extensive information about the series. FEI World Cup™ Dressage, the only worldwide series in this discipline, is now in its 30th season. The series, created in 1985, comprises four leagues: Western European, Central European, North American (including Canada) and Pacific (Australia, New Zealand, Asia). Each FEI World Cup™ Dressage qualifier consists of a Grand Prix test, which in turn is a qualification for the Freestyle to Music competition, where league points are accumulated towards places in the Final. Judged on both technical and artistic merit, the FEI World Cup™ Dressage combines art, sport and partnership between horse and rider at the highest level and consistently proves a winning formula with audiences all over the world.   Foto de Dirk Caremans para la FEI   NOTICIAS RELACIONADAS 12 de abril.- Comunicado de la FEI sobre la Final de la Copa del Mundo de Doma 12 de abril.- Comunicado de la FEI sobre la Final de la Copa del Mundo de Salto

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