Top Riders Bring Delicacy and Equestrian Elegance to Deauville this Weekend!

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15 countries, 80 couples

 

International Dressage show

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15 countries will be represented this weekend during the 4th edition of the 3 stars International Dressage Show of Deauville (Normandy, France). 80 couples and 60 riders will trot and gallop on the sand arena of the International Horse Complex of Deauville facing a very select jury, presided by Jean-Michel Roudier who will also officiate for the next European Championship in August. The French duo Marc Boblet / Noble Dream will try to win again but the international field of competitors will be rough!

 

List of competitors: CLICK HERE.

 

The return of the star couple

 

The winners last year in Deauville of the Grand Prix Freestyle, Marc Boblet (FRA) and Noble Dream, today 56th at the world ranking list obtained the 24th place at the World Equestrian Games 2014 and 9th at buy fluoxetine online , fluoxetine dosage 100mg, 100 mg fluoxetine. 30 mg dosage hcl 200 mg zovirax online cream is it safe to take passion flower prozac  the 2014 World Cup Final. Winners of the Grand Prix of Compiègne (FRA), 2nd in Addington (GBR) and recently 7th in Rotterdam (NED), they will be the French favorites.

 

Other forces

 

Countries represented: Germany, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, USA, Finland, France, Great Britain, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Ukraine, and Poland.

 

Other top of the bill in the Big Tour: Carlos Pinto (POR), Kristy Oatley (AUS), Kay Maxted (GBR), Akane Kuroki (JPN), Tatiana Dorofeva (RUS), Inna Logutenkova (UKR) et Susan Dutta (USA).

 

Australia, Japan, Portugal, Great-Britain, Russia, Ukraine, USA, Poland, Netherlands and France participate to the Grand Tour. Among them, Portugal is coming with the best pairs with five chances to climb on the top of the podium:

  • Carlos Pinto / Soberano III, winner of Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special 3* of Biarritz in May, 47th at WEG 2014 with Soberano III, 39th at the Olympic Games of Beijing.
  • Ricardo Wallenstein / Bem Me Quer, 4th of Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special 3* of Compiègne (FRA) in June.

 

For Australia, Kristy Oatley offers herself buy estrace online, ethinyl estradiol levonorgestrel generic names, estrace gel in myanmar generic pill buy 17 alpha ethinyl estradiol d4 hemihidrato vs two chances, among them Ronan 2. The rider participated three times to Olympic Games including London 2012 (43rd) and to the WEG 2014. She went to Deauville last year to prepare WEG 2014.

 

Kay Maxted / Privaldi for Great-Britain, 4th in Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle 3* of Pompadour in June.

 

For Japan : Akane Kuroki / Don Luka, 2nd in Grand Prix Special and 6th in Grand Prix 3* of Pompadour in June.

 

Russia will be defended by Tatiana Dorofeva / Kartsevo Upperville, 2nd at the FEI World Cup Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle of Nizhniy Novgorod in June, and earlier this season 18th of Grand Prix and Grand Prix freestyle of the 2015 World Cup Final phenergan price cvs price phenergan order phenergan in Las Vegas. They participated to the WEG 2014.

 

Ukrainians Inna Logutenkova / Don Gregorius, 5th of Grand Prix Special 5* of München-Riem (GER) in May, 45th at WEG 2014 already riding Don Gregorius, will be a strong contender.

 

The American Susan Dutta and Currency DC, 4th dec 26, 2014 – buy baclofen online, how long for baclofen to work, how baclofen missed dose comprar baclofen online atarax prices usa can you get a  of Grand Prix 5* of Wellington (USA) in February and 3rd of Grand Prix Freestyle 3* of Wellington (USA) in March, will be the sole representative of her country.

 

Under 25 years old tour

Three of them distance themselves from others:

  • Laurence Roos for Belgium, 39th of under 25 yo with Fil Rouge.
  • Alex Hardwick (GBR), 21th of under 25 yo, winner of under 25yo Grand Prix and Grand Prix Freestyle of Addington (GBR) in March.
  • Simona Aeberhard for Switzerland, 15th of under 25yo, 5th of under 25 Grand Prix Freestyle of Prangins (SUI) in June.

 

Programme

 

Friday 24 July

  • 8h00 – Prix St Georges CDI 3*
  • 13h30 – Grand Prix FEI CDI 3*

 

Saturday 25 July

  • 8h00 – Intermediate A (Medium Tour)
  • To follow -Intermediate I CDI3*
  • To follow – U25 Intermediate II
  • To follow – Grand Prix Freestyle CDI 3*

 

Sunday 26 July

  • 8h00 – Intermediate B (Medium Tour)
  • To follow – U25 Grand Prix
  • To follow – Grand Prix Special CDI3*
  • To follow – Intermediate I Freestyle CDI 3*

 

Photos available on simple request.

 

More details on www.deauville-a-cheval.com

 

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