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  • PRESS KIT 2014/15

    LONGINES FEI WORLD CUPTM JUMPING 2014/15 Part 3: The Finals

  • Longines FEI World Cup Jumping 2014/15 Part 3: The Finals

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    The Finals - FEI World Cup Jumping Contents

    The Finals - Medal Winners 1979-2014 Page 2-6

    Highlights - FEI World Cup Jumping: 1979-2014 Pages 7-11

    Top 26 - Riders at most Finals Page 12

    Winners of rounds at each Final: 1979-2014 Page 13-17

    Total Riders & Nations at the Finals Page 18

    Riders & Nationalities Page 19

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    The Finals - Medal Winners 1979-2014

    1. 1979 Gothenburg 27 Riders from 9 Nations

    1. Hugo Simon AUT Gladstone 18

    2. Katie Monahan USA The Jones Boy 18

    3. Norman Dello Joio USA Allegro 6

    Eddie Macken IRL Carrols of Dundalk 6

    2. 1980 Baltimore 28 Riders from 10 Nations

    1. Conrad Homfeld USA Balbuco 47.5

    2. Melanie Smith USA Calypso 44.5

    3. Paul Schockemhle FRG El Paso, Deister 42

    3. 1981 Birmingham 34 Riders from 12 Nations

    1. Michael Matz USA Jet Run 39

    2. Donald Cheska USA Southside 37

    3. Hugo Simon AUT Gladstone 35.5

    4. 1982 Gothenburg 32 Riders from 11 Nations

    1. Melanie Smith USA Calypso 0

    2. Paul Schockemhle FRG Akrobat 1

    3. Hugo Simon AUT Gladstone 10

    John Whitaker GBR Ryan's Son 10

    5. 1983 Vienna 32 Riders from 12 Nations

    1. Norman Dello Joio USA I Love You 0

    2. Hugo Simon AUT Gladstone 4

    3. Melanie Smith USA Calypso 7.5

    6. 1984 Gothenburg 39 Riders from 14 Nations

    1. Mario Deslauriers CAN Aramis 4

    2. Nelson Pessoa BRA M. et Ch. Larramy 5

    Norman Dello Joio USA I Love You 5

    7. 1985 Berlin 45 Riders from 13 Nations

    1. Conrad Homfeld USA Abdullah 3

    2. Nick Skelton GBR Everest St. James 4

    3. Pierre Durand FRA Jappeloup 8.5

    8. 1986 Gothenburg 39 Riders from 12 Nations

    1. Leslie Burr Lenehan USA McLain 0

    2. Ian Millar CAN Big Ben 13

    3. Conrad Homfeld USA May Be 16.5

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    9. 1987 Paris 43 Riders from 11 Nations

    1. Katharine Burdsall USA The Natural 4.5

    2. Philippe Rozier FRA Malesan Jiva 7.5

    3. Lisa Jacquin USA For the Moment 8

    10. 1988 Gothenburg 44 Riders from 13 Nations

    1. Ian Millar CAN Big Ben 4

    2. Pierre Durand FRA Jappeloup de Luze 8.5

    3. Philippe Lejeune BEL Nistria 12.5

    11. 1989 Tampa 47 Riders from 15 Nations

    1. Ian Millar CAN Big Ben 0

    2. John Whitaker GBR Next Milton 10.75

    3. George Lindemann USA Jupiter 14.5

    12. 1990 Dortmund 46 Riders from 15 Nations

    1. John Whitaker GBR Henderson Milton 4

    2. Pierre Durand FRA Jappeloup 12.50

    3. Franke Sloothaak FRG Walzerknig 14

    13. 1991 Gothenburg 44 Riders from 14 Nations

    1. John Whitaker GBR Henderson Milton 1.50

    2. Nelson Pessoa BRA Special Envoy 5

    3. Roger-Yves Bost FRA Norton de Rhuys 5.50

    14. 1992 Del Mar 46 Riders from 13 Nations

    1. Thomas Frhmann AUT Bckmann's Genius 0

    2. Lesley McNaught-Mndli SUI M/Ch Pirol 10.5

    3. Markus Fuchs SUI Interpane Shandor 11

    15. 1993 Gothenburg 44 Riders from 16 Nations

    1. Ludger Beerbaum GER Almox Ratina Z 8

    2. John Whitaker GBR Everest Grannush/

    Everest Milton 10.5

    3. Michael Matz USA Rhum 12.5

    16. 1994 's-Hertogenbosch 39 Riders from 13 Nations

    1. Jos Lansink NED Bollv. Libero H 0

    2. Franke Sloothaak GER San Patr. Dorina /

    San Patr. Weihaiwej 9.5

    3. Michael Whitaker GBR

    Ev. Midnight

    Madness 14

    17. 1995 Gothenburg 39 Riders from 13 Nations

    1. Nick Skelton GBR Everest Dollar Girl 7

    2. Lars Nieberg GER For Pleasure 9

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    3. Lesley McNaught-Mndli SUI

    Barcelona SVH

    /Doenhoff 13

    18. 1996 Geneva 41 Riders from 17 Nations

    1. Hugo Simon AUT E.T. FRH 10

    2. Willi Melliger SUI Calvaro 10

    3. Nick Skelton GBR Dollar Girl 11

    19. 1997 Gothenburg 43 Riders from 15 Nations

    1. Hugo Simon AUT E.T. FRH 0

    2. John Whitaker GBR W Grannusch /

    W Welham 3.5

    3. Franke Sloothaak GER S.P. Joly 6

    20. 1998 Helsinki 41 Riders from 16 Nations

    1. Rodrigo Pessoa BRA

    L.P. Baloubet du

    Rouet 6.5

    2. Lars Nieberg GER Esprit FRH 7.5

    3. Ludger Beerbaum GER P.S. Priamos 12.9

    21. 1999 Gothenburg 41 Riders from 16 Nations

    1. Rodrigo Pessoa BRA

    G. Baloubet du

    Rouet 4

    2. Trevor Coyle IRL Cruising 5.5

    3. Ren Tebbel GER Radiator 8.25

    22. 2000 Las Vegas 39 Riders from 17 Nations

    1. Rodrigo Pessoa BRA

    G. Baloubet du

    Rouet 0

    2. Markus Fuchs SUI Tinka's Boy 7.5

    3. Beat Mndli SUI Pozitano 10

    23. 2001 Gothenburg 45 Riders from 14 Nations

    1. Markus Fuchs SUI Tinka's Boy 5

    2. Rodrigo Pessoa BRA

    G. Baloubet du

    Rouet 5

    3. Michael Whitaker GBR Handel 8

    24. 2002 Leipzig 40 Riders from 16 Nations

    1. Otto Becker GER Dobel's Cento 7

    2. Ludger Beerbaum GER Gladdys 8

    3. Rodrigo Pessoa BRA Baloubet du Rouet 11

    25. 2003 Las Vegas 41 Riders from 17 Nations

    1. Marcus Ehning GER Anka 2

    2. Rodrigo Pessoa BRA Baloubet du Rouet 6

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    3. Malin Baryard SWE H & M Butterfly Flip 8

    26 2004 Milan 41 Riders from 19 Nations

    1. Bruno Broucqsault FRA Dilme de Cphe 0

    2. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum GER Shutterfly 4

    3. Markus Fuchs SUI Tinka's Boy 8

    27. 2005 Las Vegas 41 riders from 18 Nations

    1. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum GER Shutterfly 4

    2. Michael Whitaker GBR Portofino 7

    3. Marcus Ehning GER Gitania 8 9

    Lars Nieberg GER Lucie 55 9

    28. 2006 Kuala Lumpur 35 Riders from 20 Nations

    1. Marcus Ehning GER Sandro Boy 0

    2. Jessica Kurten IRL Castle Forbes 1

    3. Beat Mandli SUI Ideo du Thot 4

    29. 2007 Las Vegas 42 Riders from 15 Nations

    1. Beat Mndli SUI Ideo du Thot 5

    2. Daniel Deusser GER Air Jordan Z 11

    3. Markus Beerbaum GER Leena 12

    3. Steve Guerdat SUI Tresor V 12

    30. 2008 Gothenburg 39 Riders from 19 Nations

    1. Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum GER Shutterfly 4

    2. Rich Fellers USA Flexible 6

    3. Heinrich- Hermann Engemann GER Aboyeur W 9

    31. 2009 Las Vegas 44 Riders from 21 countries

    1. Meredith-Michaels- Beerbaum GER Shutterfly 0

    2. McLain Ward USA Sapphire 2

    3. Albert Zoer NED Oki Doki 4

    32. 2010 Geneva 43 riders from 19 countries

    1. Marcus Ehning GER

    Noltes Kchengirl

    /Plot Blue 6

    2 Ludger Beerbaum GER Gotha 7

    2. Pius Schwizer SUI Carlina / Ulysse 7

    33. 2011 Leipzig 43 riders from 21 countries

    1. Christian Ahlmann GER Taloubet Z 4

    2 Eric Lamaze CAN Hickstead 10

    3. Jeroen Dubbeldam NED

    Simon BMC Van

    Grunsven 11

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    Photo Caption: All mine! Germanys

    Daniel Deusser looks with delight at the

    Longines FEI World Cup Jumping trophy

    which he won following a superb

    performance with Cornet dAmour at the

    2013/2014 series Final in Lyon (FRA).

    FEI/Dirk Caremans

    34. 2012 s Hertogenbosch 37 riders from 19 countries

    1. Rich Fellars USA Flexible 1

    2. Steve Guerdat SUI

    Nino des

    Buissonnets 1

    3. Pius Schwizer SUI Carlina 5

    35. 2013 Gothenburg 39 riders from 16 countries

    1. Beezie Madden USA Simon 0

    2. Steve Guerdat SUI

    Nino des

    Buissonnets 8

    3. Kevin Staut FRA Silvana HDC 10

    36. 2014 Lyon 40 riders from 20 countries

    1. Daniel Deusser GER Cornet dAmour 2

    2. Ludger Beerbaum GER Chiara 4

    3. Scott Brash GBR Ursula 5

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    Highlights - FEI World Cup Jumping: 1979-2014

    Year Final City Highlights

    2014 Lyon

    Lyon hosted the Final for the fourth time in the series. All

    eyes were on Beezie Madden as she set off on her mission

    to bring the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping trophy

    back to the USA for the third year in succession.

    However, Daniel Deusser with the 11-year-old stallion

    Cornet dAmour won this prestigious Final and secured

    Germanys 10th victory. Germany now heads the table for

    the most wins, with the USA in second with nine victories.

    2013 Gothenburg

    Beezie Madden and Simon claimed a back-to-back win for

    the USA, and Madden became the fifth woman to hold

    the coveted trophy in her hands.

    2012 s Hertogenbosch

    Rich Fellers and Flexible ended a 25-year drought for the

    USA, and at 16 years old Flexible was the oldest horse in

    the competition. Gothenburg also welcomed the first

    riders from Qatar & Egypt to the Final.

    2011 Leipzig

    Christian Ahlmann recorded the ninth German win in the

    33rd year of the series - this was also the fourth

    successive German victory.

    2010 Geneva

    Germanys Marcus Ehning celebrated his third title win on

    his 36th birthday at the top of the world rankings with Plot

    Blue.

    2009 Las Vegas

    Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum became the first female

    rider to win all 3 Final competitions with Shutterfly.

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    2008

    Gothenburg

    FEI World Cup Jumping, the worlds oldest and biggest

    indoor series, marked its 30th anniversary.

    2007

    Las Vegas

    Las Vegas celebrated its fifth Final, and will host its next

    Final in 2015.

    2006 Kuala Lumpur

    South East Asia held its first Final with the first riders

    from Russia, Philippines and Iran.

    2005 Las Vegas

    Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum became the first European

    woman to win the series Final with Shutterfly. This was

    also the first combined Jumping and Dressage Final.

    2004 Milan

    Bruno Broucqsault and Dilme de Cphe celebrated

    Frances first Final win, and the first athletes from Estonia

    and Malaysia competed at this Final.

    2003 Las Vegas

    Marcus Ehning scored his first victory with Anka and

    Brazils Rodrigo Pessoa and Baloubet du Rouet celebrated

    their sixth top-three placing in a row.

    2002

    Leipzig

    Otto Becker scored Germanys second Final victory with

    Dobels Cento and the first Czech rider competed at this

    Final.

    2001 Gothenburg

    Markus Fuchs with Tinkas Boy secured Switzerlands first

    win.

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    2000 Las Vegas

    Hat-trick for Rodrigo Pessoa and Baloubet de Rouet, and

    they scored their third consecutive Final win with a clear

    round. Riders from Denmark and Columbia also

    competed for the first time at this Final.

    1999

    Gothenburg

    Trevor Coyle and Cruising celebrated Irelands number

    two spot after Eddie Macken scored third with Carrols of

    Dundalk at the first Final in 1979.

    1998

    Helsinki

    A story of firsts: Rodrigo Pessoa and Baloubet de Rouet

    scored their first victory at Finlands first FEI World Cup

    Jumping Final where the first Bulgarian and Finnish

    riders competed.

    1997

    Gothenburg

    Austrias Hugo Simon celebrated his third win and his

    second on E.T. FRH.

    1996 Geneva

    After winning the first FEI World Cup Jumping Final in

    1979 with Gladstone, Hugo Simon came back to win his

    second Final this time with E.T. FRH.

    1995

    Gothenburg

    Nick Skelton won his first Final with Everest Dollar Girl,

    scoring Great Britains third win, and Greek and Cyprian

    riders competed for the first time.

    1994 s-Hertogenbosch

    Jos Lansink (NED) became the first athlete to win the

    Final in his own country and jumped clear with Bollv.

    Libero H.

    1993

    Gothenburg

    Olympic champion Ludger Beerbaum celebrated

    Germanys first win with Almox Ratina, and the first

    Romanian rider competed at this Final.

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    1992 Del Mar

    Thomas Frhmann and Bckmanns Genius scored

    Austrias second win at this first West Coast Final, which

    welcomed Hungarys first rider.

    1991

    Gothenburg

    John Whitaker (GBR) and Milton scored their second

    consecutive win and Brazils Nelson Pessoa, aged 55,

    celebrated his second number two spot, this time with

    Special Envoy.

    1990

    Dortmund

    Pierre Durand (FRA) and the legendary Jappeloup

    celebrated their second spot at their third Final.

    1989

    Tampa

    Canadas Ian Millar and Big Ben went clear to become the

    first repeat winners at the Final.

    1988

    Gothenburg

    FEI World Cup Jumping celebrated its tenth anniversary

    with Ian Millar and Big Ben taking victory for Canada.

    1987

    Paris

    France hosted its first Final, where the USA scored its

    seventh win thanks to Katharine Burdsall and The

    Natural.

    1986

    Gothenburg

    Leslie Burr Lenehan (USA) became the second woman to

    win the Final on McLain.

    1985

    Berlin

    The USAs Conrad Homfeld became the first repeat

    winner of the Final on Abdullah (his last win was in 1980

    in Baltimore).

    1984

    Gothenburg

    Canadas Mario Deslauriers and Aramis became the

    youngest winners of the Final, and broke the USAs four-

    year victory cycle.

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    1983

    Vienna

    Norman Dello Joio and I Love You scored the USAs fourth

    win and the first New Zealand rider competed at this fifth

    Final.

    1982 Gothenburg

    The USAs Melanie Smith became the first woman to win

    the Final with Calypso.

    1981

    Birmingham

    The third Final saw USA secure the top two spots

    consecutively, this time with Michael Matz and Jet Run

    stealing the charge, and South American riders competed

    for the first time.

    1980

    Baltimore

    The USA celebrated hosting its first Final with its second

    consecutive number two spot taken by a female rider -

    this time by Melanie Smith on Calypso - and the first

    Australians competed at this Final.

    1979

    Gothenburg

    Hugo Simon and Gladstone emerged to steal the limelight

    and Katie Monahan with The Jones Boy placed second at

    the first Final for what is now the worlds oldest and

    biggest indoor Jumping series.

    Katie Monahan on The Jones Boy in the jump-off

    at the first FEI World Cup Jumping Final in Gothenburg in 1979.

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    Top 26 - Riders at most Finals

    Athlete Participation Win

    Michael WHITAKER 23 0

    John WHITAKER 21 2

    Ludger BEERBAUM 21 1

    Leslie BURR HOWARD (LENEHAN) 19 1

    Nick SKELTON 17 1

    Margie GOLDSTEIN-ENGLE 17 0

    Hugo SIMON 15 2

    Franke SLOOTHAAK 15 0

    McLain WARD 15 0

    Marcus EHNING 14 3

    Ian MILLAR 14 2

    Beezie MADDEN 14 1

    Lars NIEBERG 14 0

    Ludo PHILIPPAERTS 14 0

    Richard SPOONER 14 0

    Rodrigo PESSOA 13 3

    Mario DESLAURIERS 13 1

    Hap HANSEN 13 0

    Meredith MICHAELS-BEERBAUM 11 3

    Jan TOPS 11 0

    Jos LANSINK 10 1

    Norman DELLO JOIO 10 1

    Thomas FRHMANN 10 1

    Anne KURSINSKI 10 0

    Malin BARYARD JOHNSSON 10 0

    Willi MELLIGER 10 0

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    Winners of rounds at each Final: 1979-2014

    Year Venue Round Rider Nat Horse Penalties

    1979 Gothenburg 1st Hugo Simon AUT Gladstone 0-0-0

    2nd Katie Monahan USA The Jones Boy 0-0-0

    1980 Baltimore 1st Melanie Smith USA Calypso 0-0-0

    2nd Piet Raymakers NED Isocratus 0-0-0

    3rd Hugo Simon AUT Gladstone 0-0-4,25

    1981 Birmingham 1st Franke Sloothaak FRG Argonaut 0-0-0

    2nd Donald Cheska USA Southside 0-0-0

    3rd Malcolm Pyrah GBR Tow. Anglezarke 0-0-0

    1982 Gothenburg 1st

    Paul

    Schockemhle FRG Akrobat 0

    Harry de Leyer USA Dutch Crown 0

    Melanie Smith USA Calypso 0

    2nd John Whita...

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