Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Olympic Equestrian Eventing Medal Events

Olympic Equestrian Eventing Medal Events held on 31 July 2012 at Greenwich Park London. In the individual events Michael Jung won the Gold from Germany, Sara Algotsson Ostholt win silver for Sweden and Sandra Auffarth from Germany win bronze model in London Olympic Games.
Michael Jung
Sara Algotsson Ostholt
Sandra Auffarth
In the Equestrian Team Events Peter Thomsen, Dirk Schrade, Ingrid Klimke, Sandra Auffarth and Michael Jung from Germany is the winner of Gold Medal. 
Nicola Wilson, Mary King, Zara Phillips, Kristina Cook and William Fox-Pitt form Great Britain is the winner of the Silver medal in Olympic Equestrian Eventing Team Events. 
New Zealand Riders Jonelle Richards, Jonathan Paget, Caroline Powell, Andrew Nicholson and Mark Todd are winner of the bronze medal in Olympic Equestrian Eventing Team events. 
History is made in the equestrian individual eventing final at Greenwich Park as Germany's Michael Jung scores 40.60 to become the first man ever to hold the World, European and Olympic titles at the same time. Sweden's Sara Algotsson Ostholt narrowly missed out on becoming the event's first female gold medallist, as she failed to clear the final hurdle, scoring 43.30. Great Britain's Mary King, riding Imperial Cavalier, placed fifth with a score of 50.10. The five-strong team of Fox-Pitt, King, Nicola Wilson, Zara Phillips and Tina Cook claimed silver after two clean jumps from Fox-Pitt and King. Cook and King were unable to follow up with individual medals, however, each having a pair of rails down which dragged them outside the top three.

Monday, 23 July 2012

Olympic Equestrian Eventing in London Olympics

Olympic Equestrian Eventing competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London is going to held between 28 July and 9 August in Greenwich Park will take place in London institution. A country can be connected to up to five riders in the team competition as if it is dressage, or teams of five riders had to TRAIL, which is the regional competition, or in place of the compound qualifies.
The WEG has five seats, and the seven regions of America, 3, 3 and 1 in the Middle East and Africa, the host of Britain award. For only 75 points in the individual competitions will be divided as follows: 55 of these teams, competitions to 7, and 13 regional and world rankings.
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Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Jessica Springsteen Equestrian Eventing Rider

Jessica Springsteen was born in 1991. She's the second child and only daughter of Bruce Springsteen and Patty Scialfa. Before riding Belgian warmbloods, she was student at Duke University. 
Jessica Springsteen trailed for the Olympics but failed to win a spot on the U.S equestrian team Jessica Springsteen, which places the rider, riding, because he was 15, rode horses on the family farm in New Jersey Stone hill. He competed for a four-day event, and one point ahead of the Queen and the duchess of Cornwall: 
After winning the event, he said. There was a lot of fun I love this show, not surprising that the atmosphere is very easy to get shows like America, where you can see so much in the same place: Bruce Springsteen on 61, to cheer his daughter. reasonable request, and married his waterproof jacket with the crowd about Springsteen and Patti, who is playing in Group about Springsteen 20 years in June, 
this year's other two children, sons Evan, 21, and Sam, 17 Jessica Springsteen about competing in the Windsor Horse Show May 12 at 2011. Windsor, England, he competed in the Royal Windsor Horse Show May 2012.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Allison Springer in Equestrian Eventing

Allison Springer is consistently in the top ten is the leading rider on board the United States Military Association. He has been repeatedly named in a number of horses for the United States Equestrian Team of the High Performance Training List. Veteran wants to represent the four-star event rider, trainer and coach, Allison, the United States to the Olympic Games and international competition 
In 2011, Allison won the award for the Dubarry "best dressed" at the Rolex, go together to with his winnings Zeppa Award "for Best was a" couple of the Rolex back-to-back years 2008 and 2009. Allison is a certified Level 4 ICP instructor and coach of the Haitian National Police three-day event team. Since graduated from Bowdoin College in 1997, Allison wants to continue to help riders and horses of all to achieve their goals. Focus on Allison Springer Eventing is to train international event horse competition in the world. The ultimate goal is to represent the United States Olympic competition. In 2010, Allison was the reserve rider in the U.S. Eventing Team World Equestrian Games in a strong indication of her riding skills. Allison competes actively throughout the country and internationally, trains and shows horses for clients and teaches professional and amateur riders. 
Allison's driving skills are emphasized: commitment to the welfare of the horse is a system that brings the long-term stability, the competitiveness of the sport into line. Allison's involvement in sports as versatility is impressive. He is a founding member and serves on the Board of Professional Riders Organization - a group committed to the interests and concerns of professional event riders compete at the highest level of sport. Allison is also a member of several of the Board and serves as a Professional Horseman of the Council. He is a leader in the industry was the first horse, rider, helmet with chin strap dressage competition at the prestigious Rolex CCI4 *, standing where the safety of himself and his colleagues. Allison is the best jumper of the growing equestrian sports in America talent. Accomplished athlete and compassionate rider, Allison is one of the brightest young star eventing horses. 
Allison classic, and emphasize the strong reasons for his talent, poise, and a horse partnership. He was named a U.S. Equestrian Team Training list, proven training ground for the national team rider, several times in different horses, and was recently the 2012 U.S. Olympic team shortlist. Veteran of four-star event rider, trainer and coach seeks, Allison, to the United States to defend Olympic and international competition. Allison competes actively in various parts of the country, trains and shows horses for clients, and teaches professional and amateur riders. Olympic Equestrian Eventing Tickets are On Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange.

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Linda Algotsson in Olympic Equestrian Eventing 2012

Linda Algotsson was born on 22 mars 1972 at Sweden. Linda Algotsson was a Equestrian Eventing Rider for Sweden competing in Olympic London Games 2012. Linda works with the body to train to competing eventing horses from young horses to international championships. 
She agrees to some extent in the training of other rigs and courses for horse riding. Linda is a certified C-trainer in jumping and eventing and holding training sessions and clinics. Linda has won gold in the SM, EM and two-time World Winners' Cup and is ranked as one of the world's best eventing riders. She has represented Sweden at three Olympics, Atlanta, Athens and Hong Kong. She has in recent years worked full time with her horse activities. 
Linda has written a manual on eventing called "Eventing, equestrian Formula 1. Linda graduated as a primary school teacher in Mathematics and Physical Education. She is belonged to the Swedish eventing team since 1989, when she rode her first Jem. She qualified for four Olympic Games 2012. She was participated in three Olympics and four World Championships. She has five EM medljer, three silver and two gold medals. She won Worlcupfinalen twice, Stand by me, and My Fair Lady. 
She has been Swedish champion in cross country for ten years. Linda having 13 Championship medals including five gold. She was at 5th place with Lafayett and 15th position with Stand by me in Badminton. She won the Breeders Trophy Stand by me and Luca Brazi. She belonged to the Swedish Olympic Committee's top team since 1999. Linda  have 4th position in team games in Hong Kong 2008th. Olympic Equestrian Eventing Tickets are On Sale at sport Ticket Exchange.

Saturday, 30 June 2012

2012 Olympic Player from UK Piggy French

Piggy French Georgina is a British equestrian athlete, said competing eventing horses. He was a good player in the British variety. 
He has represented the British team at the European Eventing Championship, received an individual silver medal and the World Equestrian Games. Olympic eventing competitions London 2012 Olympic Games will be between 28 July and 9 August in Greenwich Park, a place in London. He slected the 2012 Olympics and played horse DHI Topper W Olympics. 
If the upper ranks, he has in a number of CCI 4 * competitions participated, is his best spot, a 4 * Silver Badminton Horse Trials in 2011. French was born in Norfolk and was nicknamed early to visit his sister in the hospital, which is allegedly from Winnie the Pooh Piglet remember stories. 
His mother and his sister Kate Nini compete in eventing horses. Having competed in smaller events, was the first French championship level course in 2001 young rider European Championships, 4th place in which individual and team gold.

Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Hawley Bennett in 2012 Olympic Games

Hawley Bennett's full name Hawley Bennett Awad was born 6 May 1977 in Langley, British Columbia. He stared at his training Kingsway Farm, Temecula, California. It comes with Team Canada 2012 Olympic eventing events. 
She had the phone number, Terry and Linda Paine, shortly after being named Canada's eventing team of horses in the summer Olympic Games in London. Bennett-Awad has chosen to go to Canada aboard his horse Gin & Juice. Hawley Bennett-Awad grew into a hobby farm and was involved in 4-H Horse Club and the Grove and Langley Pony Club. 
When Livingstone, thoroughbred gelding, four years old, bought, Hawley began his international career as a fourth place in the 1998 North American Young Riders' Championship. Hawley, and Livingstone, were members of the team silver medal in 2003 Pan American Eventing Championships and represented Canada at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece from the 64th third in 2007, joined Hawley and Livingstone in ten of the CCI 4 * Badminton three-day event, England. 
Hawley with her coach Buck Davidson
As Livingstone has resigned Hawley continuing Excel with Gin & Juice, his excellent partner 2009 CCI 3 * Bromont International Three-day event, and in 2010, was a clear cross-country performance in the 2010 CCI 4 * Rolex Kentucky Three-Day the event is finally all its ninth spectacular finish. Hawley is married, and now educates Kingsway Farm in Temecula, California. Hawley Bennett Awad appears in Greenwich Park, London, United Kingdom for the Olympic Games in London in 2012. To watch her Events Buy Olympic Equestrian Eventing Tickets form Sport Ticket Exchange.
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