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7 hours ago, dcro said:

Top 7 (excluding France) will qualify.

 

Let's say :GBR:GER:AUS:JPN:USA:SUI:NZL are the frontrunners.

 

But anything can happen in eventing, so :IRL:ITA:SWE have a definite chance too. Even :BEL:CAN qualifying would not be hugely surprising.

 

No real chance - :AUT:BRA:ESP:POL. Austria is actually fairly solid, but with just three riders their chance will be minimal.

 

We have any chance to qualify team by qualification event or ranking?

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4 minutes ago, rybak said:

We have any chance to qualify team by qualification event or ranking?

Yes, Poland will be the favorite for the Group C qualification event next year, but a challenge may come from the Czech Republic or even Hungary.

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:AUS Australia made their final selection:

  • Andrew Hoy and Vassily de Lassos – 13-year-old Anglo-Arab gelding (Jaguar Mail x Illusion Perdue, by Jalienny), owned by Paula and David Evans, groomed by Clémentine Girardeau
  • Shenae Lowings and Bold Venture – 12-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Devaraja x Royal Zam, by Zamoff), owned by the rider, groomed by Olivia Barton
  • Kevin McNab and Scuderia 1918 Don Quidam – 14-year-old KWPN gelding (Quidam x Nairoby, by Amethist), owned by Scuderia 1918 and Emma McNab, OR Willunga – 15-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding (Olympic Lux x Ringmoylan Beauty, by Coevers Diamond Boy), owned by Samia Murgian and Emma McNab, groomed by Lucy Hartley
  • Shane Rose and Virgil – 17-year-old Warmblood gelding (Vivant x unknown dam), owned by Niki Rose and Michelle Hasibar, groomed by Jamie Atkinson
  • Hazel Shannon and Willingapark Clifford – 17-year-old Thoroughbred gelding (Passing Shot x unknown dam), owned by Terry Snow, groomed by Bronte Buttel
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France :FRA  announced a long list of 6 pairs, the 5 going to Pratoni will be known on the 5th of September.

 

Thomas Carlile & Darmagnac de Béliard, owned by S.C.E.A de Béliard and Jean-Jacques Montagne.
Groom : Camille Coton 

Héloïse Le Guern & Canakine du Sudre Z, owned by Bénédicte Le Guern.
Groom : Bénédicte Le Guern 

Cyrielle Lefèvre & Armanjo Serosah, owned by Charline Guérin.  
Groom : Soizic Lefèvre 

Gaspard Maksud & Zaragoza, owned by Jane Young and Martin Thurlow.
Groom : Lucy-Anna Westaway 

Astier Nicolas & Alertamalib’Or, owned by Aliette Forien, Pascal Ravery, Nicolas Paul and Astier Nicolas.
Groom : Laura Schmitt 

Nicolas Touzaint & Absolut Gold*HDC, owned by SARL Haras des Coudrettes.
Groom : Aure Coulange

 

Half experimented pillars of the team, half newcomers at this level who have shown good things in nations cups this season and are looking for a first experience in a big championship.

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:SWE Sweden

  • Frida Andersen and Box Leo – 12-year-old Swedish Warmblood gelding (Jaguar Mail x Box Qutie, by Quite Easy). Owned by Therese Örup
  • Aminda Ingulfson and Joystick – 14-year-old Swedish Warmblood gelding (Jaguar Mail x For Joy SN, by Cardento 933). Owned by Helena Gunnarsson and the rider
  • Malin Josefsson and Golden Midnight – 14-year-old Swedish Warmblood gelding (Goldmine x Duva, by Maraton). Owned by Karin Berglund
  • Sofia Sjoborg and Bryjamolga van het Marienshof Z – 11-year-old Zangersheide mare (Bamako de Muze x Cryloga M, by Lord Z). Owned by Juliet and Mattias Sjoborg and the rider
  • Individual: Niklas Lindback and Focus Filiocus – 15-year-old Swedish Warmblood gelding (Feliciano 823 x Blue Bells, by Be My Chief). Owned by Tun Albertson

 

:BEL Belgium

  • Lara de Liedekerke-Meier and Hermione d’Arville – 9-year-old Belgian Sport Horse mare (Birkhof’s Royaldik x Kyra du Relais Pachis, by Kashmir van Schuttershof). Owned by Five Star Eventers SPARL and Larga SPRL
  • Karin Donckers and Fletcha van’t Verahof – 17-year-old Belgian Warmblood gelding (Vigo d Arsquilles STX x Southern Queen, by Southern Gale). Owned by Joris de Brabandere, Carl Bouckaert, and the rider
  • Senne Vervaecke and Google van Alsingen – 11-year-old KWPN mare (Watch Me x Pinot Brun VH Pannehof, by Forever). Owned by BVBA Alsingen
  • Jarno Verwimp and Mahalia – 10-year-old Belgian Warmblood mare (Elvis ter Putte x Cohiba, by Condrieu). Owned by Marc Rigouts and the rider
  • Individual: Maarten Boon and Gravin van Cantos – 11-year-old KWPN mare (breeding unknown). Owned by the rider

 

 

:CAN Colleen Loach withdrew. Canada named Dana Cooke and Lisa Marie Fergusson as reserves so I guess one of them will step in. Let's see if they were the real reserves, or just the phantom ones. :p

 

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The Irish Team has been named. They won silver last time out but that was a bit of an outlier in terms of global results. They're usually in the 5-10 range

 

https://www.horsesportireland.ie/124955-2/

 

:IRL

 

Susie Berry with Monbeg By Design (ISH) [was Eskerhills Elixir] – 2012 gelding by Pacino (BWP) out of Eskerhills Lexis [ISH] by Puissance (ISH)[TIH]. Breeder: Fiona Molloy (Offaly). Owner: Helen Caton. Groom: Crisy Salmon

 

Padraig McCarthy with Fallulah (WESTF) – 2009 brown mare by Fidertanz 2 out of Devona by Di Versace. Bred by: Michael Norris, Owner: Amanda and Nicholas Boyle, Diane Brunsden, Peter Cattel and Padraig McCarthy. Groom: Jess Elliott

 

Joseph Murphy with Calmaro (BRAND) 2011 grey gelding by Carpalano out of Unknown. Owner: Claire Mayne, Charlie Mayne, Richard Ames and Annette O’Callaghan. Groom: Ryan Hopper

 

Austin O’Connor with Colorado Blue (SHBGB) – 2009 grey gelding by Jaguar Mail out of Rock Me Baby by Rock Kind. Bred by Mellon Stud, Owner Austin O’Connor and The Salty Syndicate Groom: Francesca Denning

 

Sam Watson with SAP Talisman (ISH) – 2011 bay gelding by Puissance (ISH) out of Ali Row (TB) by All Royal (TB). Breeder: Rosemary Ponsonby. Owner: Hannah Watson and Julia Watson. Groom: Hannah Watson

 

Non-travelling Reserves:

Felicity Ward with Regal Bounty (ISH) – 2011 black gelding by Orestus VDL (KWPN) out of Edge of Reason (ISH) by Senang Hati (TB). Breeder: Miriam De Feu. Owner: James O’Callaghan

 

Michael Ryan with Barnahown Corn Hill (ISH) – 2011 brown gelding by Chinook Eclipse (TB) (USA) and out of Mats Lady (UNK). Bred by Michael Lynch Co Cork. Owners: Carol and Tom Henry

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On 8/26/2022 at 6:23 PM, dcro said:

:CAN Colleen Loach withdrew. Canada named Dana Cooke and Lisa Marie Fergusson as reserves so I guess one of them will step in. Let's see if they were the real reserves, or just the phantom ones. :p

Not the phantom one this time. Canada has revealed that Dana Cooke & Mississippi will be stepping in to replace Colleen Loach & Vermont.

 

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On 8/17/2022 at 6:51 AM, dcro said:

Top 7 (excluding France) will qualify.

 

Let's say :GBR:GER:AUS:JPN:USA:SUI:NZL are the frontrunners.

 

But anything can happen in eventing, so :IRL:ITA:SWE have a definite chance too. Even :BEL:CAN qualifying would not be hugely surprising.

 

No real chance - :AUT:BRA:ESP:POL. Austria is actually fairly solid, but with just three riders their chance will be minimal.

 

Why Japan and Switzerland ahead of Ireland?

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8 hours ago, Dragon said:

Why Japan and Switzerland ahead of Ireland?

Irish team has been underwhelming recently. It's almost worrisome that McCarthy & Fallulah got named, given Fallulah's very poor show jumping record... Saying that, Joseph Murphy has had an excellent season and should be the one to watch.

 

Japan has a strong team. They placed 4th in 2018 so it's a familiar territory to them. Switzerland has been improving season after season ever since they hired Andrew Nicholson to be their national coach. This is their most promising team ever, plus they got great history in Pratoni as both their Nations Cup victories ever have happened right here.

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Famous last words ^ ...

 

Joseph Murphy & Calmaro are out following a "setback" in training. Newbie Felicity Ward will replace him. Irish team is as good as useless now, to be frank, but maybe they will surprise me.

 

What a pitty for Murphy. Top 10 in Kentucky and Top 5 in Aachen this year was hugely promising.

 

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