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Big Things to Come for McClaren

Sir Mark Todd is always very considered in his comments about an event, and WEG proved no different. The six-time WEG veteran figured there had never been so many clear rounds and clear inside time on a previous cross country at a world championship before. “Was it a true test? I don’t...

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Today was a reminder of the highs and lows equestrian sport can dish out. Our four jumpers did us all so proud over a true championship course designed by the very clever Alan Wade. Sam McIntosh and Daniel Meech are both through to the second round tomorrow where no doubt everything will go up...

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Kiwi Jumpers Through at WEG

New Zealand jumpers Sam McIntosh and Daniel Meech are through to the second round of competition at the FEI World Individual Jumping Championships at the World Equestrian Games in North Carolina. It was a massive day for all 119 combinations who tacked the Alan Wade (IRE) course. It was big,...

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What a day! Our jumpers showed they can foot it with the best and notched the best-ever first day WEG result. The buzz in the camp is palpable and the bond between these four – Sam McIntosh, Daniel Meech, Sharn Wordley and Bruce Goodin – is clear to see. Each was so happy with the efforts...

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Kiwi Jumpers Notch Best-Ever Effort on Day One at Worlds

It’s been a stellar start for New Zealand’s jumpers at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in North Carolina where Daniel Meech, Sam McIntosh, Bruce Goodin and Sharn Wordley have had the most successful day ever for the Kiwis. The speed class – where faults are converted to time –...

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Prices Look to the Future

Eventing world number two Tim Price left WEG “a little bit frustrated” but still proud of Cekatinka, as was wife Jonelle about her mount Classic Moet. “I can’t say enough about how determined and tough and athletic she is,” said 39-year-old Tim. “I am actually really happy with...

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A Tribute to all Involved

The eventing finale was every bit as fitting as it should have been to decide a world champion at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games. The stands probably weren’t as full as organisers would have liked but every one of those people in the US Trust Arena were on the edge of their seats....

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It’s been a quiet day for competition but plenty going on behind the scenes today. The eventers all shipped out – horses, riders and nearly all of the grooms. They’ve left a lasting impression with Peter Morris, head of the mixed zone, taking time to tell our GM Dana Kirkpatrick how...

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What a day. So after bucket-loads of rain, today cleared beautifully for the finale of the eventing. While the skies turned blue, it was also very muggy and everyone got their farmer arms well branded. But the big news of the day was New Zealand snagging a team eventing spot for the Tokyo...

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NZ Qualifies for Tokyo Olympic Games

New Zealand has qualified an eventing team for the Tokyo Olympic Games today after finishing seventh at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in North Carolina. Tim Price and Cekatinka were the best of the Kiwis in eighth place after taking an uncharacteristic rail in the showjumping to...

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