Bridget McArdle McKinney
Assistant Managing Editor
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NEWCOMER KRIEG BLITZES THE
OPPOSITION TO WIN LONGINES
LEG AT LEIPZIG
In the most sensational result of the season so far, the relatively unknown young
German, Niklas Krieg, galloped to victory at the ninth leg of the Longines FEI
World Cup™ Jumping 2015/2016 Western European League on home turf in
Ireland’s Denis Lynch lined up second with All Star ahead of The Netherlands’
Harrie Smolders and Don VHP Z in third when they were the only others to
leave all the fences in place second time out. But Krieg won with a massive
three-second advantage to announce his very definite arrival at the top end of
Photos by FEI/Karl-Heinz Frieler
VOUTAZ CAUSES SWISS SENSATION IN LEIPZIG,
BUT EXELL CAN’T BE BEATEN
Results FEI World Cup™ Driving, Leipzig (GER), 17 January 2016:
After an amazing competition in which all odds were open, Swiss driver Jérôme
Voutaz caused a huge sensation by finishing second behind Boyd Exell (AUS)
in the seventh and last Leg of the FEI World Cup™ Driving in Leipzig. The
result saw Voutaz claim a last-minute qualifying spot for the Final in Bordeaux,
France on 6 and 7 February.
Boyd Exell (AUS) 211,08
Jérôme Voutaz (SUI) 231,73 (5)
Rainer Duen (GER) 244,70 (10)
Michael Brauchle (GER) 122,80 (10)
Koos de Ronde (NED) 123,49 (5)
6. József Dobrovitz jr. (HUN) 126,47 (5)
7. Georg von Stein (GER) 128,63 (10)
8. Glenn Geerts (BEL) 132,58 (10)
Photos by Karl-Heinz Frieler
DREWELL MAKES IT
LEIPZIG FEI WORLD
Reigning European Champion, Jannis Drewell,
made it a back-to-back hat-trick of wins when
topping the Individual Male competition at the
final qualifying leg of the FEI World Cup™
Vaulting 2015/2016 series on home ground in
Leipzig, Germany. And Switzerland’s Simone
Jäiser also stamped her authority all over the
Individual Female category, with big scores
securing her third success of the season.
In the Pas-de-Deux, Germany’s Pia Engelberty
and Torben Jacobs reigned supreme as the day’s
top placings reflected precisely those achieved
at the penultimate leg at Mechelen in Belgium.
Photos by Daniel Kaiser & Pascal Duran
JUAN MANUEL LUZARDO
CLAIMS VICTORY IN
VALLE DE BRAVO
LONGINES FEI WORLD CUP™
JUMPING NORTH AMERICAN
On the first World Cup qualifier to be hosted on Mexican lands, Juan Manuel Luzardo (URU) and Stan delivered a daring performance to
win the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping qualifier at CSI4*-W Valle de Bravo.
1. Stan (Juan Manuel Luzardo), URU.
5. Escarlata LS (Fabian Sejanes), ARG.
2. Alex (Audrey Coulter), USA.
6. Red Gold (Alfredo Ramirez Piedra), MEX.
3. E Muze Yek (Simon Nizri), ISR.
7. Arc de Triomphe (Daniel Pedraza Littlewood), MEX.
4. Cayetana (Nikolaj Hein Ruus), DEN.
8. Prunella d’Ariel (Paola Amilibia Puig), ESP.
WINS THE FIRST
OF 2016 SPRING MET
France’s Nicolas Deseuzes and Quilane de Lezeaux snatched the
win after a blistering fast jump-off at the CSI2*GRAND PRIX OF
2016 SPRING MET.
Germany’s Tobias Meyer and Cerano, settled for runner-up spot
and Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet and Cornet Obolensky-mare
Coree came in third.
Photo by Hervé Bonnaud