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Equestrian 2016 Discussion Thread

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Just now, dcro said:

She will compete in Dortmund, which is a CDI5* events. Among other things, CDI5* means that she'll get 10 bonus points per competition.

To have a chance for Rio she will probably need at least 73.500% in Grand Prix and 73.500% in Grand Prix Special or 76.500% in Grand Prix Freestyle. The competition system in Dortmund is such that all athletes compete in Grand Prix and then they decide whether they will also compete in Special or Freestyle (they can't do both).

But it also depends what is her opposition going to do. Logutenkova and Belgians will compete in Lier, Goncalo Carvalho is in Jerez, Judy Reynolds will compete in Doha, Lars Petersen will compete in Wellington. Marina Aframeeva will not compete at all this week so if Beata overtakes her 986 points then there is nothing she can do. Beata will need at least 74.400% in GP or GPS or 77.400% in GPF. But, for example, if she gets 75.000% in GP then she can get 73.800% in GPS, but 75% is a really high score for a World class competition like Dortmund CDI5*.

Thanks a lot. Now we can only wait and hope.

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4 hours ago, angel esteban said:

EVENTING

results Hastings (NZL)

http://www.equestrianentries.co.nz/resultClass.aspx?RecordId=1447897381&RecordId2=0&RecordId3=6

 

someone has link Quillota?

Well, Hastings is irrelevant for Olympics qualification because only Aussie/Kiwi riders will be there.

As for Quillota, there is no results site. We will wait for FEI to publish complete results, usually on Monday or Tuesday.

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What a performance for Judy Reynolds in Doha! :bowdown: Beautiful. She was inside Olympic qualification zone for a long time, but recently dropped the rankings and was just holding the last RIo place before this. She scored a massive 74.320% today. That's surely gotta be enough for Rio.

 

Some other scores from today. Katherine Berning (RSA) got 64.120% in Doha, not enough to influence Group F rankings. Goncalo Carvalho scored only 71% in Jerez today so he won't improve his points.

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ok, Thanks dcro

 
Quillota is important for the area E
and because if no one in the area D

(I don `t believe)
9 ranking places will

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Provisional overall dressage ranking after Doha Grand Prix (top 6 will earn quotas)

 

Marcela Krinke Susmelj (SUI) 1005

Fanny Verliefden (BEL) 1000

Agnete Kirk Thinggaard (DEN) 989

Judy Reynolds (IRL) 977

Inna Logutenkova (UKR) 964

Goncalo Carvalho (POR) 956

Lars Petersen (DEN) 955

Jorinde Verwimo (BEL) 946

Beata Stremler (POL) 944

Daniel Bachmann Andersen (DEN) 940

Jeroen Devroe (BEL) 940

Others are too far back to have a realistic chance for quota.

 

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Beata Stremler scores 72.760% in Dortmund. That was a great performance and a great score, but not enough to enter Olympic qualification zone. She now has 950 points and she will need something big in her last competition.

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Further updates...

Yvonne Losos de Muniz (DOM) scored 64.520% with Foco Loco and 63.640% with Dondolo Las Marismas in Wellington. She improves her points to 646 (Foco Loco) and 644 (Dondolo Las Marismas), respectively. Maria Manfredi (ARG) scored only 62% and stays on 612 points. One more competition, but looks like Dominican Republic will qualify for the first time ever in equestrian. Petersen (DEN) scored 71.080%, not enough to improve his 955 points. Winner was Trussell (CAN) with 73.700%.

Nicole Smith (RSA) scored 64% in Lier. Better than few days ago but not enough to influence Group F rankings. Quota will go to Palestine, also for the first time in equestrian. Verliefden (BEL) 72.220%, Verwimp (BEL) 70.460%, Devroe (BEL) 69.840%. Once again none of the Belgians improve points. Winner was Tebar (FRA) with 74.800%.

After today's Grand Prix competitions all of the riders basically have one more competition (either Special or Freestyle).

In eventing, Lauren Billys (PUR) is the leader in Paso Robles after dressage. Basically, she needs to win that event (and reach minimum score requirements at the same time) in order to secure her Olympic spot. Any other outcome and her destiny will be in the hands of others.

Barroca d'Alva, Portugal - In CCI3* Karin Donckers (BEL) with Fletcha van't Verahof and Victoria Scott (RSA) are 1st and 6th after dressage. Spisak (POL) is 9th, Wettstein (ECU) is 10th, Donckers (with Gini) is 12th, Kitajima (JPN) 13th, d'Andrimont (BEL) 14th, Donckers (with Grandioz) 15th. Top 25% of starters are receiving "significant" points for eventing rankings and in Barroca d'Alva events 25% equals Top 6 places, so it's all important to finish in Top 6. In CIC3* Kruger (ZIM) is 10th after dressage and she is pretty much the only one competing in CIC3* with Olympic qualification hopes.

 

And here is an interesting interview with Judy Reynolds about those crazy scores from Russians and Logutenkova. Thankfully though, she probably saved her Olympic participation today. http://www.irishexaminer.com/sport/other-sports/olympics-furore-dismays-judy-reynolds-385532.html

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Lauren Billys did it, she won the Paso Robles event! She did what she had to and now she has 88 rankings points, what should be enough to qualify her for Rio (and qualify Puerto Rico for the first time since 2004).

It was quite a strange competition actually because all of the eventing disciplines (dressage, cross-country and jumping) were held in one day. I didn't know that was possible, but I guess that was because only 4 athletes competed.

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