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Longines Rankings

Rankings No 167 (30.11.2014)

1. Scott BRASH (GBR) with 2940 pts
2. Kent FARRINGTON (USA) with 2680 pts
3. Ludger BEERBAUM (GER) with 2654 pts

 

Dressage Rankings

Rankings No 167 (30.11.2014)
1. Charlotte DUJARDIN (GBR) with 3175 pts
2. Helen LANGEHANENBERG (GER) with 2903 pts
3. Edward GAL (NED) with 2723 pts

 

Eventing Rankings

Rankings No. 95  (30.11.2014)
1. William FOX-PITT (GBR) with 568 pts
2. Jonelle PRICE (NZL) with 480 pts
3. Michael JUNG (GER) with 445 pts

 

Driving Standings

FEI World CupFinal Bordeaux 2014
1. Boyd EXELL (AUS)  
2. Daniel SCHNEIDERS (GER)  
3. Koos DE RONDE (NED)  

 

Endurance Rankings

Rankings No. 11 (30.11.2014)
1. Philippe TOMAS (FRA) with 1062 points
2. Nicola THORNE (GBR) with 1031 points
3. Melisa BOEHME (RSA) with 983 points

 

Vaulting Champions

FEI World Cup™ Final Bordeaux 2014
Women Men
Anna Cavallaro (ITA) with Harley Nicolas Andreani (FRA) with Quiece d'Aunis
Pas De Deux
Jasmin Lindner/Lukas Wacha (AUT) with KCM VaultingHorses Bram

 

Reining Rankings

2014 Rankings for Seniors, Young Riders & Juniors can be viewed here

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Kutscher is king at Longines leg in Olympia

21 Dec 2014

by Louise Parkes   German riders dominated the prizewinner’s line-up at the seventh leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2014/2015 Western European League at Olympia in London, Great Britain, today where Marco Kutscher steered Cornet’s...

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FEI World Cup™ Driving: Exell extraordinary again at London Olympia

21 Dec 2014

By Cindy Timmer Boyd Exell (AUS) put down an extraordinary performance again to win his fourth consecutive FEI World Cup™ Driving competition of this season at London Olympia (GBR). Exell had already won at Stuttgart, Stockholm and last week in...

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International sports community pays tribute to FEI Honorary President HRH Princess Haya

19 Dec 2014

International sports personalities have paid homage to HRH Princess Haya, who on 14 December stepped down as the FEI President after eight years in the role. The newly elected FEI President Ingmar De Vos lead the tributes to Princess Haya, who was...

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