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A roundup of eques­trian sport achieve­ment

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A roundup of eques­trian sport achieve­ment

1. De­fend­ing cham­pion Liza Boyd won the $10,000 World Cham­pi­onship Hunter Rider Pro­fes­sional Fi­nals at the Cap­i­tal Chal­lenge Horse Show.

• 2. Reign­ing World Cup cham­pi­ons Beezie Mad­den and Bre­itling LS clinched the $135,000 Longines FEI Jump­ing World Cup ™ Wash­ing­ton.

• 3. First-placed Daisy Far­ish (right) aboard Ar­souille Des Etangs and sev­enth-placed Coco Fath, rid­ing Can­to­blanco, con­grat­u­late each other dur­ing the awards cer­e­mony at the Plat­inum Per­for­mance/USEF Show Jump­ing Tal­ent Search Fi­nals East.

• 4. Rid­ing Lafitte de Muze, Amanda Steege earned the $50,000 World Cham­pi­onship Hunter Rider Pro­fes­sional Chal­lenge ti­tle at the Cap­i­tal Chal­lenge Horse Show.

• 5. So­phie Simp­son won the Plat­inum Per­for­mance/USEF Show Jump­ing Tal­ent Search Fi­nals West ti­tle rid­ing Henri HX.

• 6. The only rider to fin­ish on her dres­sage score, am­a­teur Frankie Thieriot Stutes and Chatwin tri­umphed at the Dutta Corp. Fair Hill International CCI*** wire to wire on 27.30 penal­ties.

• 7. Gi­raldillo CEN, owned by Diego Gon­za­las and Amina Burs­ese, won the 25 Freestyle with rider Jan­nike Gray at Dres­sage at Devon.

8. Eugenio Garza Perez (cen­ter) rode Victer Finn Dh Z to the top spot in the horse’s World Cup qual­i­fier de­but at the $135,000 Longines FEI Jump­ing World Cup ™ Colum­bus.

9. No one could catch Wil­helm Genn and Bu­gatti, who took top hon­ors in the $100,000 Longines FEI Jump­ing World Cup ™ Sacra­mento.

10. Molly Ashe Caw­ley and D’Ar­nita won the $204,000 Longines FEI Jump­ing World Cup ™ New York at the Amer­i­can Gold Cup.

11. Lucy Des­lau­ri­ers and Hester were the last com­bi­na­tion to com­pete for the at the Longines FEI Jump­ing Na­tions Cup ™ Fi­nal Chal­lenge Cup in Barcelona, Spain, and added only one time fault to clinch sec­ond place with team­mates An­drew Kocher and Alex Granato.

12. Rid­ing Sam­son II, Za­zou Hoff­man won the $100,000 Longines FEI Jump­ing World Cup ™ Del Mar.

13. For the first time, a rider is at the top of the FEI Dres­sage World Rank­ing list. Laura Graves and Ver­dades are the new world No.-1 ranked dres­sage com­bi­na­tion, fol­low­ing their team and in­di­vid­ual sil­ver medals at the FEI World Eques­trian Games ™ Tryon in Septem­ber.

14. Buck David­son was back to win the Plan­ta­tion Field CIC*** for the sec­ond year in a row, this time rid­ing Archie Rocks.

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