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Equestrian 2018 Discussion Thread

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dcro    2,463

Ian Millar lead Canada to the convincing victory at the Ocala Nations Cup. Surely he'll be Captain Canada once again in Tryon later this year. :thumbup:

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ChandlerMne    81
6 minutes ago, dcro said:

Ian Millar lead Canada to the convincing victory at the Ocala Nations Cup. Surely he'll be Captain Canada once again in Tryon later this year. :thumbup:

Wow,well done Ian. :d

What about his chances for olympics? Actually,is he interested to be in Tokyo?

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dcro    2,463
7 minutes ago, ChandlerMne said:

Wow,well done Ian. :d

What about his chances for olympics? Actually,is he interested to be in Tokyo?

 

Pretty sure he is. He missed Rio as his horse Dixson went on a surgery for a rare condition. Dixson is very much back to his best condition now, and will hopefully stay fit through Tokyo.

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ChandlerMne    81
2 hours ago, dcro said:

 

Pretty sure he is. He missed Rio as his horse Dixson went on a surgery for a rare condition. Dixson is very much back to his best condition now, and will hopefully stay fit through Tokyo.

:yes

Great news. I really missed him. Games arent same without him. 

His daughter wasnt good replacement.

 

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dcro    2,463

:DEN Cathrine Dufour & Atterupgaards Cassidy finally become members of the 80% club, well deserved! :bowdown: 80.674% in Gothenburg.

 

First Danish combination to do so and 17th overall...

 

Spoiler

:GER Isabell Werth & Weihegold

:GER Isabell Werth & Bella Rose

:GER Kristina Broring-Sprehe & Desperados

:GER Dorothee Schneider & Showtime

:GER Matthias Alexander Rath & Totilas

:GER Helen Langehanenberg & Damon Hill

:GBR Charlotte Dujardin & Valegro

:GBR Carl Hester & Uthopia

:GBR Laura Bechtolsheimer-Tomlinson & Mistral Hojris

:NED Adelinde Cornelissen & Parzival

:NED Anky van Grunsven & Salinero - first to do so (in 2006)

:NED Edward Gal & Totilas

:NED Edward Gal & Undercover

:RUS Inessa Merkulova & Mister X

:USA Laura Graves & Verdades

:USA Steffen Peters & Ravel

 

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dcro    2,463

88.200% for Dufour today, WOW! Big freestyle PB. :cheer::bounce: Today she also showcased her new freestyle for the first time, it's really fitting for them! :)

 

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Gianlu33    837

A lot of mistakes at very last jump :( Btw, it will be a nice barrage... at last I hope

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dcro    2,463
4 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

A lot of mistakes at very last jump :( Btw, it will be a nice barrage... at last I hope

 

Yeah, 11 combinations jumpoff is pretty good.

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dcro    2,463

Interesting fact, 13 stages of the WC season will have 13 different winners, as no previous winner has made this jump-off. :yikes:

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Gianlu33    837

Amazing day for Henrik von Eckermann. After the silver at 2017 ECh in Goteborg he back to win at home :) 

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