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Rio 2016: Who’s in, Who’s Out After Round A of Show Jumping Individual Final

Guilherme Jorge’s course for round A of the individual final was big and technical, but the 35 starters showed us why they’re the best in the world. A lucky 13 were clear with 0 faults while 2 riders jumped clean… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Individual Show Jumping Final – Order of Go & What You Need to Know

There’s just one more day of equestrian competition at the 2016 Rio Olympics and it’s destined to be an exciting one as 35 horse and rider combinations square off tomorrow morning for the first round of the individual show jumping… Continue Reading →

Jung’s “Taki” Out of Rio Contention with Infection – Sam Steps up

According to a post on Michael Jung’s Facebook page, his Rio mount fischerTakinou picked up an infection in Aachen and will no longer be able to travel to South America for the Olympic games. Jung expressed his devastation at the… Continue Reading →

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