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Equestrian FEI Dressage Nations Cup 2019

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Teams for the next week's season opener in Wellington have been announced.

 

:CAN CANADA
Jill Irving/Arthur, 14-year-old KWPN gelding, owned by Windhaven
Belinda Trussell/Carlucci, 14-year-old Hanoverian gelding, owned by Barbara Holden Sinclair
Tina Irwin/Laurencio, 12-year-old Oldenburg gelding, owned by Tina & Jaimey Irwin
Lindsay Kellock/Floratina, 11-year-old Hanoverian mare, owned by Chloe Gasirowski

 

:COL COLOMBIA
Marco Bernal/Germany, 12-year-old Holsteiner stallion, owned by Juan Luis Aristizabal & Marco Bernal
Raul Corchuelo/Senorita 43, 9-year-old Oldenburg mare, owned by Scott Redwantz
Maria Alejandra Aponte Gonzalez/Duke De Niro, 15-year-old British Hanoverian gelding, owned by Maria Alejandra Aponte Gonzalez
Carmen Franco/Weltregentrin, 15-year-old Hanoverian mare, owned by Maidensway

 

:GER GERMANY
Michael Klimke/Royal Dancer 33, 13-year-old Hanoverian gelding, owned by Uwe Kappel & Michael Klimke
Christoph Koschel/Ballentines 10, 11-year-old Hanoverian stallion, owned by Koschel Dressage GmbH
Patricia Koschel/Leuchtfeuer DE, 16-year-old Hanoverian gelding, owned by Patricia Koschel
Kevin Kohman/Cascou W, 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding, owned by Equine Law Group

 

:MEX MEXICO
Bernadette Pujals/Curioso XXV, 18-year-old P.R.E. stallion, owned by Bernadette Pujals
Diego Gonzalez/Scenario 2, 12-year-old Oldenburg gelding
Monica Burssens/Elfentanz, 11-year-old Oldenburg mare, owned by Patrick & Monica Burssens
Carlos Maldonado Lara/Massimo, 18-year-old KWPN gelding, owned by Carlos Maldonado & Sandra Lara

 

:USA USA
Charlotte Jorst/Kastel’s Nintendo, 16-year-old KWPN stallion, owned by Kastel Denmark
Shelly Francis/Danilo, 15-year-old Hanoverian gelding, owned by Patricia A. Stempel
Ashley Holzer/Valentine, 9-year-old Hanoverian mare, owned by Ashley Holzer
Jennifer Baumert/Handsome, 14-year-old Hanoverian gelding, owned by Betsy Juliano LLC

 

Individuals
:DOM Yvonne Losos de Muñiz/Aquamarijn, 14-year-old KWPN mare, owned by Yvonne Losos de Muñiz
:CRC Christer Egerstrom/Bello Oriente, 15-year-old Oldenburg gelding, owned by Christer & Folke Egerstrom

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Posted (edited)

Teams pictured.

 

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Competition will be streamed here. Broadcast schedule is as follows (times GMT-4).

 

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U25 Nations Cup is also being held this week.

 

Among the participating teams, we have Team Canada, which should rather be called "Team Fancy Names". :wacko:

 

Tanya Strasser-Shostak

Laurence Blais Tetreault

Vanessa Creech-Terauds

Naima Moreira Laliberte

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On 07/03/2019 at 17:02, dcro said:

Teams for the next week's season opener in Wellington have been announced.

 

Is there any live results or live streaming available? Thank you in advance.

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5 minutes ago, mrv86 said:

 

Is there any live results or live streaming available? Thank you in advance.

 

Live stream can be accessed here (after a free registration).

 

Results can be found here (with the team rankings being at the very bottom).

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13 minutes ago, dcro said:

 

Live stream can be accessed here (after a free registration).

 

Results can be found here (with the team rankings being at the very bottom).

Once again thank you...

 

Another question I have, if not's too much; why is it that some Nation Cup riders are competing in Prix St. George while others are doing it in Grand Prix?

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Just now, mrv86 said:

Once again thank you...

 

Another question I have, if not's too much; why is it that some Nation Cup riders are competing in Prix St. George while others are doing it in Grand Prix?


It's because of the Pan American Games, which themselves combine riders at Prix St. Georges and Grand Prix (since 2015). Wellington Nations Cup is traditionally a test event for the Pan Ams, while all other (European) NC stages only use Grand Prix.

 

Grand Prix (also called "big tour") is the main dressage test, featured at the Olympics and other major events. Prix St. George ("small tour") is an easier test that doesn't have some of the tougher movements. Prix St. George is therefore used at the smaller regional games (Asian Games etc), and as a stepping stone for young horses on their way to the Grand Prix...

 

Grand Prix riders will advance to Grand Prix Special, and then Grand Prix Freestyle. Prix St. George riders will advance to Intermediate I, and then Intermediate I Freestyle.

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Also, Grand Prix riders are crucially given 1.5% extra points in this Pan American big/small tour team competition.

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51 minutes ago, dcro said:


It's because of the Pan American Games, which themselves combine riders at Prix St. Georges and Grand Prix (since 2015). Wellington Nations Cup is traditionally a test event for the Pan Ams, while all other (European) NC stages only use Grand Prix.

 

Grand Prix (also called "big tour") is the main dressage test, featured at the Olympics and other major events. Prix St. George ("small tour") is an easier test that doesn't have some of the tougher movements. Prix St. George is therefore used at the smaller regional games (Asian Games etc), and as a stepping stone for young horses on their way to the Grand Prix...

 

Grand Prix riders will advance to Grand Prix Special, and then Grand Prix Freestyle. Prix St. George riders will advance to Intermediate I, and then Intermediate I Freestyle.

 

Excellent summary :thumbup:

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