DRESS’IN DEAUVILLE – CDI3*/U25 (FRA) Dress’in Deauville – 3rd day Marc Boblet (FRA) & Noble Dream Back on Track!

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The team leader of France (according to the Ream Acra FEI world rankings) pulled all the stops to win the last major class of this Dress’in Deauville 2014, the Grand Prix Special sponsored by Antares. His mare online canadian pharmacy store! zoloft price in pakistan. express delivery, generic zoloft bad. Noble Dream gave him a final recognition to the eve of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy, confirming the couple is back in great shape. Always under the sun – which has not left Deauville all the weekend! – the Belgian Françoise Hologne-Joux won her eighth international victory of the year on the Small Tour in Deauville. Finally, at the age of 25, Helen Legallais continues her entry among the European elite by winning the Grand Prix U25. Sporting success of this third Dress’in Deauville confirms that it is possible to organize an event dedicated to dressage in Normandy even if the discipline is a little known to the general public.

Grand Prix Special – Antares Trophy: successful return of Marc Boblet (FRA) and Noble Dream

This final major event of the weekend brought together a tray of very competitive participants. If the foreign competition was tough, the attention of the public and especially the staff of the French Equestrian Federation was particularly focused on French couples, still in the race for possible selection to the AlltechTM FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy. Hopes were satisfied as the leader of the online kaufen estradiol valerate cost generic estrace vag cream estradiol side 30 mcg estradiol pills online diflucan 24 hours estradiol 1mg tablets reviews French team Marc Boblet presented a fluid test with his partner, the beautiful black mare Noble Dream. His fellow countryman Alexander Ayache, recently integrated into the OG / WEG group with Lights of Londonderry, a good way to prepare the world deadline. Portuguese Carlos Pinto, 6th in the Grand Prix Friday, confirms the return to good shape of the Lusitano Soberano III, taking 3rd place.

Freestyle in Music Intermediate I – City of Deauville Trophy: Françoise Hologne-Joux (BEL) for her an 8th international victory this season

Belgian Françoise Hologne-Joux flirts with records. She won on Sunday the 8th buy amoxil online, amoxicillin dog chewable , chewable amoxicillin tablets no rx. international victory with her Hanoverian horse Warhol, after those recorded in Vidauban (FRA), Saumur (FRA) and Compiègne (FRA). Based between Charleroi and Beaumont, Françoise enjoys this return to success after a less Friday. “Warhol is quite able to win a St Georges or Intermediate I,” she explains, “I was a little disappointed the first day that I finished 3rd and where I made some small mistakes. I’m glad I caught it! “. Devoted exclusively to the Small Tour classes (St Georges, Inter I and Inter I in music), Warhol is extremely competitive at this level. But the rider did not come to Deauville to add a line to his resume. Like other – Brazilian, Portuguese, Australian – Françoise had set a goal to reach the minimum in the Grand Tour with her other mount, Wodan. “I was able to integrate group A of the Belgian team for the World Championships. I was missing a certain percentage, and I finally got it. The next step takes place next weekend with the Belgian Championship where I will ride three successive classes, Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and Freestyle in Music. The selection will be decided on the final standings at the end of these three steps.” If the Belgian pocketed her ticket for the Games, it would be her second appearance at the World Equestrian Games after the 2006 in Aachen (GER). Beaten each time, the Dutch monopolized the top 5 of this test, Jacqueline Tonnaer and Janny Pullen taking respectively the 2nd and 3rd places.

Grand Prix under 25 – General Council of Calvados Trophy: 2nd success in a doxycycline 75 mg doxycycline and milk generic doxycycline row for Hélène Legallais (FRA)

After accumulating titles and victories in national and international level in young riders category, (she rode for looking for buy estrace cream cheap? order estrace online from canada – best offers for estrace . France two times in European Championships), the elegant Hélène Legallais has definitely opened her international hit list. After a 5th place in the national elite Grand Prix of Auvers (Normandy, France) in May, Helen takes a new step in her accession to the highest level. However, her fellow countrywoman Charlotte Chalvignac was nearly well ahead, finishing 2nd for a difference of only 0.884%. Both French dominate the Dutch taking the 3rd, 4th and 6th final places.

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