Wanadoo is no Wannabe at Hickstead from British Dressage

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Wanadoo is no wannabe at HicksteadThe newfound British combination of Carl Hester and Wanadoo walked away with two confident victories in the grand prix divisions at Hickstead CDIO3*, West Sussex, 15-19 July 2015.

Carl and Wanadoo (pictured at Somerford Premier League in May), a 14-year-old German gelding by Wolkenstein II and owned by Coral Ingham, headed the grand prix zyban purchase online bupropion without prescription with an exciting 73.16% ahead of British-based Dane, Anders Dahl. Anders rode his great friend, Wie Atlantico, an evergreen 16-year-old son of Wie Weltmeyer, owned by his wife Fiona and her mother, Penny. Anders and Wie Atlantico scored 70.70%.

Wanadoo has successfully competed in national grand prix classes and shown much potential with owner Coral, however Hickstead was the horse’s first ever international grand prix. Under the guidance of Carl, he has glided to a new level and has shown to be a worthy ride for his world class rider. nov 27, 2014 – baclofen tabletten rezeptfrei baclofen im internet bestellen baclofen online bestellen wien lioresal baclofen kaufen baclofen online apotheke Opting to compete in the freestyle, the pair earned a huge score of 76.97% to win, relegating Anders and Wie Atlantico to second. Anders and Wie Atlantico turned up the heat with a performance to their famous Latin American Ricky Martin-Shakira compilation. They earned 74.85% but this wasn’t enough to keep the British star at bay.

Denmark secures nations cup for a second year
Anders Dahl and Wie Atlantico spearheaded the Danish team to victory in this sixth and final leg of the FEI Nations Cup series. The nations cup includes results from the grand prix, the grand prix special and the grand prix freestyle, and with a team of just three, there was plenty of pressure on the Danes to retain their title from last year. The Danish team total was 140.683.

The British team was so, so close, on a total of 139.563. Alice Oppenheimer and Headmore Delegate, her mother Sarah’s online canadian pharmacy store! buy dapoxetine tablets . official drugstore, buy dapoxetine online. 12-year-old Dimaggio gelding, rode a cracker of a grand prix to earn 68.66% for fourth place. Henriette Andersen with Warlocks Charm, another 12-year-old chestnut, but this one by Jazz, rode an impressive grand prix for sixth on 68.38% and Hayley Watson-Greaves with Rubins Nite, her 11-year-old black son of Rubin Royal earned a strong 68.14% for eighth.

Great Britain’s fourth team member Spencer Wilton did not have an ceftin picture buy ceftin online easy ride aboard Julia Cournane’s Numberto and scored an uncharacteristic 61.98%. The lovely 14-year-old son of Negro became rather hot under the collar so wasn’t able to show his best.

Small tour
Great Britain’s Alice Oppenheimer and Maria Eilberg were outstanding at small tour. Alice and Sir Soccrates, Georgina Pole-Carew’s breath-taking eight-year-old Sir Donnerhall gelding, stormed Thursday’s prix st georges with an international personal best of 73.65%. The horse is sublime and he just gets better and better each time out. “I’m running out of adjectives for superstar Mr Socs (Tantoni Sir Soccrates),” said Alice via Facebook. “He was incredible yet again to win the strong PSG at Hickstead CDIO today with 73.66%! I don’t know what else to say about him, he really is something else.”

Maria and Royal Concert, her own, Hermione Black and Penny Pollard’s attractive grey 12-year-old son of Royal Diamond, had to settle with the runners-up slot on 72.34% however she reversed the placings in the inter I freestyle with victory on a massive 76.05%. Maria and ‘Rico’ gave an emotive, powerful performance to their Sting and Roxette compilation, nudging Alice and ‘Socs’ to second.

Top threes
Thursday 16 July
Prix St Georges
1 Alice Oppenheimer with Sir Soccrates (GBR) – 73.65%
2 Maria Eilberg with Royal Concert (GBR) – 72.34%
3 Sophie Wells with Valerius (GBR) – 71.47%

Young Rider Team Test
1 Amy Schiessl with Mr Mercury (GBR) – 68.28%
2 Gabriella Lucas with Salo (GBR) – 68.13%
3 Danique van Zwol with Zeldzaam B (BEL) – 67.73%

Junior Team Test
1 Charlotte Dicker with Sabatini (GBR) – 67.13%
2 Ella Cotterill with Sheepcote Casablanca (GBR) – 66.54%
3 Emily Bradshaw with Remarkable (GBR) – 65.64%

Pony Team Test
1 Amber de Groot with Rhyfedd Spike (NED) – 71.36%
2 Gottlieb S Lyngoe with Hoejvangs Bondeo (DEN) – 71.11%
3 Lara Kurpatwa with Mister Snowman (GBR) – 69.06%

Friday 17 July
Intermediate I
1 Becky Moody with Carinsio (GBR) – 69.26%
2 Kirsty Mepham with Minain (GBR) – 68.92%
3 Olivia Oakeley with Don Carissimo (GBR) – 68.52%

Grand Prix
1 Carl Hester with Wanadoo (GBR) – 73.16%
2 Anders Dahl with Wie Atlantico de Ymas (DEN) – 70.70%
3 Sidsel Johansen with Alibi D (DEN) – 69.54%

Young Rider Individual Test
1 Amy Schiessl with Mr Mercury (GBR) – 68.77%
2 Anna Lawson with Bryan (GBR) – 68.37%
3 Lucy Pincus with Sheepcote Doncalisto (GBR) – 67.50%

Junior Individual Test
1 Cristina Ballester Bergada with Senator (ESP) – 67.14%
2 Lluis Taltavull Femenias with Lluna D Alo (ESP) – 66.75%
3 Moises Segui Pons with Amstrong D Alo (ESP) – 66.00%

Pony Individual Test
1 Angus Corrie-Deane with Hagelkruis Valentijns (GBR) – 69.67%
2 Ottilie Bardsley with Dublin (GBR) – 69.22%
3 Milou Dees with Mystery Dancer (NED) – 68.74%

Intermediate A
1 Kate Cowell with Rockefeller (GBR) – 66.88%
2 Charles Hutton with Super Blue (GBR) – 66.41%
3 Susanna Hyypia with Avemmo (FIN) – 64.75%

Saturday 18 July
Intermediate I Freestyle
1 Maria Eilberg with Royal Concert (GBR) – 76.05%
2 Alice Oppenheimer with Sir Soccrates (GBR) – 74.62%
3 Sophie Wells with Valerius (GBR) – 73.97%

Grand Prix Special
1 Sidsel Johansen with Alibi D (DEN) – 70.52%
2 Alice Oppenheimer with Headmore Delegate (GBR) – 70.23%
3 Maria von Essen with Ferdi (SWE) – 69.19%

Pony Freestyle Test
1 Amber de Groot with Rhyfedd Spike (NED) – 72.55%
2 Ottillie Bardlsey with Dublin (GBR) – 72.02%
3 Romy Rozestraten with Mistery (NED) – 71.92%

Intermediate B
1 Jacqueline Wing Ying Siu with Ferrera (HKG) – 69.78%
2 Kate Cowell with Rockefeller (GBR) – 66.42%
3 Georgina Swinglehurst with Giddy (GBR) – 64.69%

Intermediate II
1 Alex Hardwick with Donauwein (GBR) – 66.65%
2 Roberta Hayler with Valentino (GBR) – 65.52%

British Young Horse National 5YR
1 Darren Hicks with Brandon – 89.80
2 Paul Hayler with FJ Veyron – 79.00
3 Tracey Fall with San Lorenzo – 76.20

British Young Horse National 6YR
1 Sadie Smith with River Rise Escarla – 85.40
2 Kate Rowland with Eramus 1 – 85.20
3 Daniel Greenwood with Exige M – 85.00

Sunday 19 July
Young Rider Freestyle
1 Concha Torrens Navarro with Dimero (ESP) – 70.57%
2 Danique van Zwol with Zeldzaam B (BEL) – 70.02%
3 Lucy Pincus with Sheepcote Doncalisto (GBR) – 69.40%

Junior Freestyle
1 Emily Bradshaw with Remarkable (GBR) – 73.07%
2 Moises Segui Pons with Amstrong D Alo (ESP) – 72.45%
3 Charlotte Dicker with Sabatini (GBR) – 70.35%

U25 Grand Prix
1 Alex Hardwick with Donauwein (GBR) – 67.07%
2 Roberta Hayler with Valentino (GBR) – 64.27%

British Young Horse International 5YR
1 Darren Hicks with Brandon – 81.00
2 Alex Hardwick with Florance Christi – 74.00
3 Sarah Williams with Hindsight – 72.20

British Young Horse International 6YR
1 Kate Rowland with Eramus – 84.20
2 Daniel Greenwood with Exige M – 83.80
3 Vicky Thompson-Winfield with Botero – 82.00

Grand Prix Freestyle
1 Carl Hester with Wanadoo – 76.97%
2 Anders Dahl with Wie Atlantico de Ymas – 74.85%
3 Malin Hamilton with Fleetwood – 73.07%

CDIO Nations Cup
1. Denmark 140.683: Anders Dahl (Wie Atlantico de Ymas) 145.550, Sune Hansen (Charmeur) 136.430, Sidsel Johansen (Alibi D) 140.069
2. Great Britain 139.563: Henriette Andersen (Warlocks Charm) 139.855, Alice Oppenheimer (Headmore Delegate) 138.895, Hayley Watson-Greaves (Rubins Nite) 139.940, Spencer Wilton (Numberto) 126.196
3. Sweden 138.932: Johanna due Boje (Don Corleone) 128.238, Malin Hamilton (Fleetwood) 141.275, Ebba von Essen (Yantuge) 140.065, Maria von Essen (Ferdi) 135.456
4. South Africa 131.968: Katherine Berning (Brisbane) 129.858, Chere Burger (Adelprag Anders) 129.700, Denise Hallion (Wervelwind) 130.706, Tanya Seymour (Ramoneur 6) 135.340

Final Standings in the FEI Nations Cup™ Dressage buy generic fluoxetine . save up to 70% on rx cost. fluoxetine is used for treating premenstrual dysphoric disorder (pmdd), a severe form of premenstrual order fucidin 2015 series after Round 6 at Hickstead (GBR):

1. Germany – 39
2. Netherlands – 35
3. Sweden – 35
4. USA – 27
5. Denmark – 23
6. Great Britain – 18
7. Russia – 14
8. France – 12
9. Spain – 11
10. Belgium – 9
11. Canada – 8
12. Switzerland – 7
=13. Italy – 6
=13. South Africa – 6

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