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European Show Jumping Scene

January 8, 2013

European Show Jumping Scene Review: December

Another protégé of the great Ludger Beerbaum is on the ascent. The Swedish rider Henrick von Eckermann, 30, won his first World Cup-qualifier at the Mechelen CSI (Belgium) on Dec. 30. Von Eckermann has worked for Beerbaum since 2002; top riders Marco Kutscher and Phillip Weishaupt are also part of Beerbaum’s team.

December 4, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: November

In November, Steve Guerdat took over as No. 1 on the Rolex Ranking, a climb up from third last month. Rolf-Göran Bengtsson, who had been No. 1 on the ranking for the last 10 months, has dropped down to fourth place. Nick Skelton remains as No. 2 while Christian Ahlmann climbed from fifth to third.

Although Bengtsson lost his position as No. 1, his groom for 13 years, Celia Rijntjes, made sure that Stall Bengtsson Kristoffersen had something to celebrate as she was named best groom at the FEI Awards on Nov. 8.

November 8, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: October

The mystery of what's happening to the Eurocommerce horses, including the individual silver medalist from the 2012 Olympic Games, Eurocommerce London, still isn't solved. Gerco Schröder has not competed his horses since he was in Rio de Janeiro in the beginning of October as Rabobank has refused to release the horses’ passports. News has been that Stal Eurocommerce was planning on taking Rabobank to court to release the passports, but it now seems like Stal Eurocommerce and Rabobank are trying to find a solution together.

October 5, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: September

In Europe, a big topic of conversation is the draft rules drawn up for the FEI Nations Cup, which have raised concerns among the riders as well as the different federations.

September 5, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: August

The horse-shopping frenzy continues in Europe, and lots of top show jumpers have changed hands during August. In addition, one fantastic horse has a new rider, ending an unforgettable partnership.

July 3, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: June

The German team started the year strong and should be the team to watch at the London Olympic Games. They currently lead the Top League after yet another strong win in the Nations Cup series in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on June 8 after they won at Rome in May.

June 14, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: May

In Europe, May has been the real kick-off of the outdoor season with two legs of the Top League and three Global Champions Tour shows. Germany and Belgium have so far been strong in the Top League while Ireland and France have struggled a bit. But as we all know, things can change fast in this sport.

May 3, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: April

Our friends at www.worldofshowjumping.com are providing monthly updates about all the happenings in European show jumping, not just who wins what, but all the biggest news.

April 2, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: March

Our friends at www.worldofshowjumping.com are providing monthly updates about all the happenings in European show jumping, not just who wins what, but all the biggest news.

March 1, 2012

European Show Jumping Scene Review: February

Our friends at www.worldofshowjumping.com are going to be bringing us monthly updates about all the happenings in European show jumping, not just who wins what, but all the biggest news. 

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