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News Archives - July 2010

17 July, 2010

Andrew Nicholson has won the CICO 3-star competition at CHIO Aachen 2010 with the 9-year-old chestnut gelding Nereo. This is the first time in the five-year history of the eventing competition that the individual victory didn’t go to a German rider.

16 July, 2010

Clifton Promise, ridden by Jonathan ‘Jock’ Paget, led the show jumping in the CICO 3-star competition at CHIO Aachen 2010 yesterday, completing the course nine seconds under time in the fastest time of the day at a cost of no rails. The result lifted the Muriwai-based combination from 29th place after the dressage to 19th, on a total of 51.2 penalties in a field of 39 starters.

14 July, 2010

Members of the ESNZ Eventing High Performance Squad have arrived in Germany today for CHIO Aachen, the annual German official horse show, to compete in the CICO 3-star Team Competition.

11 July, 2010

Clifton Eventers, the home of Clifton Promise and the leading eventing stable in New Zealand, has vacancies for two working pupils through to the end of 2010.



 

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