Articles - show-jumping

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Israel makes history by beating Poland in battle for Tokyo 2020 berth

In a cliff-hanger of a competition, Team Israel snatched the single spot on offer at the Olympic Jumping Qualifier at Maxima Park in Moscow (RUS).

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Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 win at Spruce Meadows National

The PwC Cup on Thursday afternoon at the Spruce Meadows National was won by Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5, who jumped a quick clear that no one could catch.

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Ukraine snags Tokyo 2020 Olympic berth at Budapest jumping qualifier

Team Ukraine claimed the single spot on offer for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Group C Jumping qualifier staged in Budapest.

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Double Victory for Beth Underhill and Count Me In at Caledon National

Canadian Olympian Beth Underhill scored two wins at the CSI2* Caledon National show jumping tournament at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon, ON.

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Eric Lamaze speaks publicly about his brain tumour

Canadian Olympic champion Eric Lamaze gave an emotional interview to RMC Sport where he spoke about the brain tumour he has been battling.

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Spruce Meadows Pan American tournament Friday Roundup

Strong Pan American tournament start for McLain Ward with a win in the Canadian Utilities Cup; Kent Farrington and Jasper take the Friends of the Meadows.

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Saturday Roundup from the Spruce Meadows North American

Dreams come true for Andrew Kocher (USA); A natural hat trick for Jordan Coyle (IRL) and Picador at the Spruce Meadows North American tournament.

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Coyle wins Longines FEI Jumping World Cup North American League opener

Daniel Coyle (IRL) rode to a thrilling victory in the $145,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Vancouver aboard 9-yr-old rising star Farrel,

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Youth impress in Nations Cup action at Thunderbird Show Park

Youth teams squared off in the CSIOCh* Children’s Nations Cup and CSIOJ* Junior Nations Cup at Thunderbird Show Park in Langley, BC.

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Squirt Gun shoots straight to top in $75,000 Volvo Cup at Thunderbird

Last to go in a field of nearly 70, Andy Kocher (USA) rode Squirt Gun straight to the top of the $75,000 Volvo Cup CSI4*-W at Thunderbird Show Park.