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La última inspección veterinaria deparó 2 caballos del equipo de Irlanda no aceptados. El salto en pista fue emocionante pues la estadounidense  Lauren Kieffer / SACARLETT que era 2º comete 5 puntos con lo cual le  adelantan el alemán Andreas Dibowsky (finalmente 2º) y el británico Oliver Twonend (finalmente 3º) y todo ya es algo más fácil para la alemana Stephanie Böhe pero remata de gran manera conservando el triunfo que tenía tras el cross al hacer 0 puntos. Gran éxito de la alemana que con el mismo holsteiner ya había ganado la anterior etapa de Waregem (CICO***).

 

Gran Bretaña tras la doma y el cross iba ganando y finalizado el salto lo consiguieron. Tras la doma eran 3º pero la remontada se produjo. Gran Bretaña de las 9 Copas de Naciones disputadas este año no lo hizo sólo en la de Vairano. Debemos prensar que puntúan para el ranking final los 7 mejores resultados. Gran Bretaña iba ganando antes de Boekelo siendo 2ª Alemania (no lo hizo en Ballinedisk y The Plains ) y 3º Francia (no lo hizo en Strezgom y The Plains).

 

España incomprensiblemente va contracorriente de la FEI en completo pues ya no se compitió en este 2016 en Copas de Naciones (tomaron parte Alemania, Australia, Bélgica, Canadá, Estados Unidos, Francia, Gran Bretaña, Holanda, Italia, Irlanda, Noruega, Nueva Zelanda, Suecia y Suiza) y otras situaciones igualmente inentendibles como querer realizar el Campeonato de España de Alevines e Infantiles... En este 2016 siendo año olímpico el fin era aumentar el nº de participantes en el Campeonato de España sin hacer ninguna referencia a la calidad, pues bien hubo menos participantes que en 2015 y por el bajo número de inscritos en el de Jóvenes Jinetes se tuvo que cancelar. La prueba de mayor nivel este fin de semana en nuestro país  ha sido un nacional de una estrella y habiendo habido los días antes un “clinic” tan sólo han participado en dicho nivel 9 -ello no es motivo para quitar el más mínimo mérito a quien ha ganado-, mientras en salto ha habido un CSN***** (más de 30 participantes en las pruebas grandes), doma de 5 estrellas internacional, internacional de raid… Es evidente que la disciplina tiene muchos menos participantes, pero ello no es motivo para una ideología destructiva -sui generis, no se da en ninguna parte del mundo- y que no colabore en mejorarla; una obcecación que sólo puede entender el desconocimiento y el ir contra la lógica. “Ellos se lo guisan y ellos se lo comen”, pero no quieren entender que el completo no es de una sola persona. Los jinetes españoles en los últimos años lo han hecho en JEM, JJ.OO, Campeonatos de Europa, varias veces en cuatro estrellas (lo harán el próximo fin de semana), en tres estrellas largo, han ganado Copa de Naciones… ¿No se les considera capaces?.

 

No le interesa el completo sino asegurarse su puesto a costa del completo (su interés particular por encima del general), hasta haciendo algo impensable en la formación de la próxima Asamblea de la RFHE que le permita seguir aferrándose en el cargo con el poder y la economía que conlleva.

 

Resultado

 

Cristina Pinedo con CHANEL ganadora del nacional 1 estrella de La Dehesa octubre de 2016

 

 

 

Información de la FEI

 

FEI NATIONS CUP™ EVENTING: GERMANY WINS THIRD SERIES TITLE AS GREAT BRITAIN WINS BOEKELO 

9 Oct 2016

By Kate Green

Germany has won a third FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing title in five years, beating Great Britain, the winners of the ninth and final leg at Boekelo (NED), by 20 points.

The two countries have been close rivals since the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing started in 2012, with Britain heading the final leaderboard in 2013 and 2015, and both teams have scored three wins each this season.

Germany could only manage fourth place at Boekelo but the best seven scores in the series count and, therefore, Britain, which has contested eight out of nine legs this year, including the new competition at The Plains (USA), had to drop their lowest score: 55 points for a sixth place at Fontainebleau (FRA).

France, which has also shown great consistency over seven legs of the 2016 Nations Cup™ Eventing season and won at Vairano (ITA) last month, finished third in the table. The Netherlands, which has contested five legs, was fourth, and Australia, which scored a memorable win in Aachen (GER), was fifth.

Britain was third after Dressage at Boekelo but soared into a clear lead with three brilliant cross-country performances, all inside the optimum time of 10 minutes 50 seconds.

The day’s trailblazer Oliver Townend was eventual third on Cooley SRS; Laura Collett rose from 33rd to fifth place on the eight-year-old Mr Bass, and FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing regular Izzy Taylor was seventh on Trevidden, a ride she has temporarily taken over from the injured Simon Grieves (GBR).

“It’s been a long season and we’ve been all over the world, so this is a great way to finish – I couldn’t be happier,” said British team manager Philip Surl.

Boekelo is many riders’ favourite event for its end-of-season atmosphere and big, enthusiastic crowds. Course Designer Sue Benson’s (GBR) course provided its usual excellent challenge, a varied and horse-friendly track but with several accuracy questions that proved influential and made for an exciting day’s sport.

Fence 7, three skinny brush fences on a curving line caused several problems: Britain’s Flora Harris (Bayano) and Australia’s Sammi Birch (Hunter Valley ll) were both unseated when their horses ducked out. New Zealand team members Blyth Tait on Xanthus III and Jesse Campbell on Amsterdam 21 had run-outs here.

Australia led the Dressage phase but was out of the reckoning after Birch’s departure as Paul Tapner, third after Dressage on Bonza King of Rouges, had a fall in the water at fence 9.

The home side, the Netherlands, was in second place after Cross Country, but slipped to third with Jumping faults, behind New Zealand, which was led by Sir Mark Todd in sixth place on Kiltubrid Rhapsody.

Germany scored a one-two in the individual rankings, with 23-year-old Stephanie Böhe and Haytom notching up their second international win in a fortnight, after Waregem (BEL), and the experienced combination of Andreas Dibowski and FRH Butts Avedon finishing second.

However the team, which was second after Dressage, lost Anna Siemer (Chloe 21) with a rider fall and had to count newcomer Ben Leuwer’s run-outs at fences 7 and 11 on NZB Port Royal.

“Yet again, the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing has provided a brilliant and exciting competition to follow and it’s great that so many teams are using it to bring on up-and-coming riders to prepare for championships,” said Catrin Norinder, the FEI’s Director of Eventing and Olympic.

“There has been much to celebrate, look forward to providing another great season in 2017.”

Results at Boekelo

1 Great Britain, 150.6

Oliver Townend/Cooley SRS, 47.6; Izzy Taylor/Trevidden, 52.3; Laura Collett/Mr Bass, 50.7 [Flora Harris/Bayano, EL XC]

2 New Zealand, 186.8

Mark Todd/Kiltubrid Rhapsody, 50.7; Blyth Tait/Xanthus lll, 74.9; Dan Jocelyn/Beaucatcher, 61.2 [Jesse Campbell/Amsterdam 21, EL XC]

3 Netherlands, 191.2

Elaine Pen/Dostowjeski, 70.6; Tim Lips/Keyflow, 66.7; Alice Naber-Lozeman/Coral Estate Harry Belafonte, 53.9; [Theo van der Vendel/Zindane, 79.4]

4 Germany, 193.5

Stephanie Böhe/Haytom, 43.9; Andreas Dibowski/FRH Butts Avedon, 45.4; Ben Leuwer/NZB Port Royal, 104.2; [Anna Siemer/Chloe 21, EL XC]

5 France, 217.4

Sidney Dufresne/Tresor Mail, 58.4; Thibault Fournier/Siniani de Lathus, 80.3; Gwendolen Fer/Traumprinz, 78.7; [Matthieu Vanlangdeghem/Safran de Chanois ENE HN, 94.7]

6 Italy, 298.4

Eleanora Boschi/Hotchkiss McManus, 135.9; Susanna Bordone/Portphilip Jones, 94.0; Giovanni Ugolotti/Cult Rewind, 68.5; [Pietro Sandei/Rubis de Priere, EL XC]

7 USA, 1,119.9

8 Australia, 1,144.6

9 Ireland, 1,158.8

10 Belgium, 1,164.3

11 Norway, 1,167.7

12 Sweden, 1,191.5

Full results on www.rechenstelle.de

FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing 2016 Final standings

1 Germany 620 points

2 Great Britain 600

3 France 535

4 Netherlands 345

5 Australia 305

6 Ireland 290

7 Italy 275

8 USA 255

9 Sweden 230

10 New Zealand 220

9 Belgium 215

12 Switzerland 125

13 Norway 90

14 Canada 90

Notes to Editors:

The FEI’s team Eventing series, the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing, is open to all nations fielding one team composed of 3 or 4 riders at each leg, and runs under FEI Eventing rules at CICO and CCIO 3* level with riders accumulating points under a dedicated system detailed here.

Visit the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing series hub here for rules, results and Organiser details.

FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing 2016 calendar

1 Fontainebleau (FRA) 23-25 March

2 Ballindenisk (IRE) 22-24 April

3 Houghton Hall (GBR) 26-29 May

4 Strzegom (POL) 24-26 June

5 The Plains (USA) 8-10 July

6 Aachen (GER) 14-17 July

7 Vairano (ITA) 16-18 September

8 Waregem (BEL) 22-25 September

9 Boekelo (NED) 6-9 October

 

Oliver Townend and Cooley SRS led Team GB to victory at Boekelo (NED), but it was Germany that took series honours in the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing (Eventing Photo/FEI)

Oliver Townend and Cooley SRS led Team GB to victory at Boekelo (NED), but it was Germany that took series honours in the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing (Eventing Photo/FEI)

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