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Steve Guerdat gets new year off to a great start with Swiss victory

Steve Guerdat galloped to victory with Victorio des Frotards in the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ qualifier on home ground at Basel in Switzerland.

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Riders vie for Olympic COCs in FEI World Cup Series in New Zealand

There were more than a few heart-stopping moments with both the final and the FEI World Cup NZ League series coming down to the wire.

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Martin Fuchs rockets to the top of the FEI World Rankings

Olympic athlete Martin Fuchs (SUI) has moved to the top of the Longines Rankings for the first time in his career, overtaking compatriot Steve Guerdat.

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Rhys Williams tops all-Irish podium in FEI Jumping Ponies Final

Ireland claimed the FEI Jumping Ponies’ Trophy for the third consecutive year when Rhys Williams romped to victory at Mechelen, Belgium.

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Daily Olympia Roundup: Exell Excels in World Cup Driving

Three days of flawless, thrilling rounds culminated in victory in the FEI Driving World Cup leg, presented by Eurofip International, for maestro Boyd Exell.

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The Sinner is a saint for Martin Fuchs in World Cup at Olympia

Switzerland’s Martin Fuchs brought his storming year to a close with a superbly-ridden win in the eighth leg of the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™.

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Kent Farrington kicks off CHI Geneva with a speedy win

USA’s Kent Farrington produced a lightning fast round aboard his notoriously fast mount, Creedance, to claim the Trophée de Genève at CHI Geneva.

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Simon Delestre tops all-French podium in Longines Grand Prix of Paris

What better present for the organizer and the public of the 11th Longines Masters of Paris than a 100% French podium for the Longines Grand Prix?

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Eric Lamaze and Fine Lady 5 second in Longines Speed Challenge

The Paris crowd were held spellbound throughout the aptly-named Longines Speed Challenge, the fastest class in the world.

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Marlon Modolo Zanotelli kicks off Paris Masters with a win

A total of 74 riders got their bearings in the Masters One Hubside, the opening class of the CSI 5* at the Longines Masters of Paris.

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