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Eventing news

11 September, 2011

Japan has beaten Australia at the Fidelity Blenheim Palace International Team qualifier, meaning that the 2008 Olympic Silver medal winners are not guaranteed to have a team at London 2012. The Japanese team's winning score of 245.9 beat Australia's 1155.8. However, the Australians are still able to qualify on FEI rider points.

16 July, 2011

A storming finish from the top Kiwi eventers was not quite enough to give them gold at the Aachen CHIO World Equestrian Festival in Germany.

23 December, 2010

The ESNZ Eventing selectors have announced their Young and Junior Rider squads.

22 December, 2010

Eventing officials have named their squads for the 2012 Olympic Games and comprises the five riders who represented New Zealand at WEG in Kentucky.

17 December, 2010

New Zealand's eventing ambitions at the London Olympics in 2012 received a big boost today on the back of results at the 2010 World Equestrian Games.

17 December, 2010

Samantha Clark of Eventing Nation speaks with Erik Duvander, the New Zealand HIgh Performance Team Leader, as he reflects on the Kiwi's performance at WEG, their young squad competing at Puhinui, and of course, the legend that is Mark Todd.

14 December, 2010

We've teamed up with Eventing Nation to produce a video report on the Puhinui International Three Day Event.

11 December, 2010

This week's helmetcam offering: Jonathan 'Jock' Paget rides Clifton Signature around the CCN Pre Novice track at Puhinui on 11 December 2010.

03 October, 2010

New Zealand's eventers are celebrating tonight after winning two bronze medals at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky. Adding to team bronze, veteran rider Andrew Nicholson, aboard Nereo won his first individual medal at World Games level.

02 October, 2010

Jonathan 'Jock' Paget and Frances Stead's Clifton Promise improved their position from 16th after the dressage to 11th out of 79 starters after completing the cross country phase with just 2.4 time penalties at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky.

01 October, 2010

Seasoned Kiwi rider Andrew Nicholson on Nereo did a briliant dressage test at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky to take 14th place in the field of 80 horses on a score of 43.5 penalties, pushing Jock Paget and Clifton Promise down to 16th.

29 September, 2010

All five Kiwi horses in the Eventing competition passed the first vet inspection this morning at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Lexington, Kentucky.

09 August, 2010

The cost of buying a New Zealand or Australian horse for Americans looks certain to rise substantially after from 29 August with the suspension of direct flights from down-under to North America due to high operating costs.

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.


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News on this web site is written primarily by Russell Hall, with contributions from Frances Stead and Jonathan Paget.

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