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FEI Registrations for CSI 1* and World Cup Classes

Any riders who want to compete in any CSI 1* and World Cup Classes this season have to be registered with FEI. If you have competed in a CSI 1* or World Cup between 1st January 2019 and 31st August 2019 you will not need to renew your registration until December 2019. If you have not competed...

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NZ’s Best Star in World Cup Final

New Zealand’s top showjumpers go head-to-head on Sunday chasing honours in the FEI World Cup (NZ) final with the series winner earning entry to the world final in Sweden in April. The Continental Cars Audi Waitemata World Cup Festival at Helensville has attracted 17 quality combinations to be...

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Consistent Cappuccino Stars in Cup

Tegan Fitzsimon just gave herself a super shot at winning the prestigious FEI (NZ) World Cup Series with her second victory aboard Windermere Cappuccino, this time at the Central and Southern Hawke’s Bay Showjumping Championships in Dannevirke. It was their third start in the World Cup...

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FEI Update to Hind Boot Rule

The FEI Jumping Committee has decided that the previously authorised eQuick hind boots eUp model, with the purple plastic insert designed to prevent the fastener that wraps around the boot from exerting pressure on the back of the tendon, will no longer be allowed as of 1 January 2019. This...

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Talented Teen Chases WC Win in Dannevirke

Young gun Briar Burnett-Grant is chasing a double on Sunday with her sights set on back to back victories in the FEI New Zealand World Cup Qualifier at the Central and Southern Hawke’s Bay Showjumping Championships in Dannevirke. It’s an event that holds special memories for the Taupo...

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Mama Mea!

Christmas came early for Gisborne farmer Fraser Tombleson when he and his homebred mare Mea I topped a far more fancied field to take the honours in the fourth round of the FEI World Cup New Zealand League in Taupo this evening. The 27-year-old was one of just two to go clear from 18 starters...

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