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2019 Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping[edit]

2019 Global Champions Tour[edit]

2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping[edit]

  • April 17, 2018 – November 18, 2018: 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping –  South America South League
    • Winner: Brazil Luiz Felipe Pimenta Alves (with horse GB Celine)[41]
  • April 21, 2018 – December 1, 2018: 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping –  Japan League
    • Winner: Japan Shino Hirota (with horse Life Is Beautiful)[42]
  • April 26, 2018 – May 27, 2018: 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – Central Asian League (incomplete)
    • Winner: Kyrgyzstan Kamil Sabitov (with horse Quintendro)[43]
  • April 26, 2018 – October 28, 2018: 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – South Africa South African League
    • Winner: United States Marlene Sinclair (with horse Camaro)[44]
  • April 28, 2018 – October 7, 2018: 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping –  China League
    • Winner: China LIU Tongyan (with horses Ku Bu Qi & Yu Long Qi Ji)[45]
  • May 10, 2018 – March 10, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Central European League
    • North CEL winner: Estonia Kullo Kender (with horse Artas)[46]
    • South CEL winner: Romania Andrea Herck (with three different horses)[47]
      • March 7 – 10: 2019 Central European League Final in Poland Warsaw
        • Winner: Poland Wojciech Wojcianiec (with horse Naccord Melloni)[48]
      • Overall winner: Poland Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski[49]
  • June 20, 2018 – February 8, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Caucasus-Caspian League
    • Winner: Iran Masoud Mokarinezhad (with horse Confident To Fly SB)[50]
  • July 28, 2018 – February 3, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Australia Australian League
    • Winner: Australia Aaron Hadlow (with horse Vahlinvader)[51]
  • August 21, 2018 – March 10, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – North American League
  • August 30, 2018 – February 2, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Arab League Arab League
    • Middle East Sub-League winner: Saudi Arabia Ramzy Al-Duhami (with horses Ted & High Quality J)[54]
    • North African Sub-League winner: Egypt Abdel Saïd (with horses Venise du Reverdy & Jumpy van de Hermitage)[55]
  • October 10, 2018 – February 10, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – European Union Western European League
  • October 19, 2018 – December 16, 2018: 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – South East Asian League
    • Winner: Thailand Siengsaw Lertratanachai (with horse Courville L)[57]
  • October 19, 2018 – January 13, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping –  New Zealand League
    • Winner: New Zealand Tegan Fitzsimon (with horse Windermere Cappuccino)[58]

2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage[edit]

  • March 22, 2018 – March 23, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific Community Pacific League
    • Werribee #1 winner: Australia Alexis Hellyer (with horse Bluefields Floreno)[59]
    • Boneo #1 winner: Australia Brett Parbery (with horse DP Weltmieser)[60]
    • Boneo #2 winner: Australia Matthew Dowsley (with horse AEA Prestige)[61]
    • Melbourne winner: Australia Suzanne Hearn (with horse Remmington)[62]
    • Boneo #3 winner: Australia Rozzie Ryan (with horse Jarrah R)[63]
    • Werribee #2 winner: Australia Katharine Farrell (with horse Luxor 118)[64]
  • April 25, 2018 – March 10, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Central European League
    • Note: There was a tie for first place in this overall event.
    • Winner #1: Russia Regina Isachkina (with horses Sun of May Life & La Fleur)[65]
    • Winner #2: Russia Stanislav Cherednichenko (with horse Arums)[65]
  • April 26, 2018 – April 14, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League
    • Del Mar Fairgrounds winner: United States Steffen Peters (with horse Suppenkasper)[66]
    • Saugerties #1 winner: United States Laura Noyes Putnam (with horse Galveston) (default)
    • Saugerties #2 winner: United States Jane Karol (with horse Sunshine Tour) (default)
    • Devon winner: United States Jessica Jo Tate (with horse Faberge)[67]
    • Wellington #1 winner: United States Laura Graves (with horse Verdades)[68]
    • Wellington #2 winner: United States Laura Graves (with horse Verdades)[69]
    • Temecula #1 winner: United States Nick Wagman (with horse Don John)[70]
    • Wellington #3 winner: United States Kasey Perry-Glass (with horse Goerklintgaards Dublet)[71]
    • Wellington #4 winner: United States Laura Graves (with horse Verdades)[72]
    • Temecula #2 winner: United States Jennifer Schrader-Williams (with horse Millione) (default)
    • Temecula #3 winner: United States Steffen Peters (with horse Suppenkasper)[73]
  • October 17, 2018 – March 17, 2019: 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Europe Western European League

2019 Show Jumping World Cup and Dressage World Cup Finals[edit]

2019 FEI Nations Cup Jumping[edit]

  • February 13 – 17: NCJ #1 in United States Wellington (Deeridge Farms)[76]
    • Individual winners: Three different riders and horses took first place here.[77]
    • Team winners:  Mexico (Fernando Martínez Sommer (with horse Cor Bakker), Eugenio Garza Perez (with horse Victer Finn DH Z), Juan Jose Zendejas Salgado (with horse Tino la Chapelle), & Manuel González Dufrane (with horse Hortensia van de Leeuwerk))[78]
  • February 20 – 23: NCJ #2 in United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi[79]
    • Individual winner: Egypt Abdel Said (with horse Venise du Reverdy)[80]
    • Team winners:  Germany (Mario Stevens (with horse Talisman de Mazure), Sven Schlüsselburg (with horse Bud Spencer 7), Miriam Schneider (with horse Fidelius G), & Philipp Weishaupt (with horse Catokia 2))[81]
  • May 2 – 5: NCJ #3 in Mexico Xalapa (Coapexpan)[82]
    • Individual winner: Mexico Lorenza O'Farrill (with horse Queens Darling)[83]
    • Team winners:  Mexico (Patricio Pasquel (with horse Babel), Manuel González Dufrane (with horse Hortensia van de Leeuwerk), Lorenza O'Farrill (with horse Queens Darling), & Salvador Oñate (with horse Big Red))[84]
  • May 16 – 19: NCJ #4 in France La Baule-Escoublac[85]
    • Individual winners: Five different riders and horses took first place here.[86]
    • Team winners:   Switzerland (Niklaus Rutschi (with horse Cardano CH), Bryan Balsiger (with horse Clouzot de Lassus), Paul Estermann (with horse Lord Pepsi), & Steve Guerdat (with horse Albfuehren's Bianca))[87]
  • May 28 – June 2: NCJ #5 in Canada Langley[88]
    • Individual winners: Six different riders and horses took first place here.[89]
    • Team winners:  Canada (Lisa Carlsen (with horse Parette), Nicole Walker (with horse Falco van Spieveld), Tiffany Foster (with horse Figor), & Mario Deslauriers (with horse Bardolina 2))[90]
  • May 30 – June 2: NCJ #6 in Switzerland St. Gallen[91]
    • Individual winners: Five different riders and horses took first place here.[92]
    • Team winners:  France (Pénélope Leprevost (with horse Vancouver de Lanlore), Guillaume Foutrier (with horse Valdocco des Caps), Nicolas Delmotte (with horse Urvoso du Roch), & Kevin Staut (with horse Calevo 2))[93]
  • June 13 – 16: NCJ #7 in Poland Sopot[94]
    • Individual winners: Four different riders and horses took first place here.[95]
    • Team winners:  Belgium (Niels Bruynseels (with horse Delux van T & L), Gudrun Patteet (with horse Sea Coast Valdelamadre Clooney), Yves Vanderhasselt (with horse Jeunesse), & Pieter Devos (with horse Apart))[96]
  • June 20 – 23: NCJ #8 in Netherlands Geesteren[97]
    • Individual winner: Brazil Felipe Amaral (with horse Germanico T)[98]
    • Team winners:  Brazil (Marlon Modolo Zanotelli (with horse Sirene de la Motte), Felipe Amaral (with horse Germanico T), Pedro Junqueira Muylaert (with horse C'est Dorijke), & Pedro Veniss (with horse Quabri de L'Isle))[99]
  • July 11 – 14: NCJ #9 in Sweden Falsterbo[100]
    • Individual winners: Four different riders and horses took first place here.[101]
    • Team winners:  Sweden (Malin Baryard-Johnsson (with horse H&M Indiana), Fredrik Jonsson (with horse Cold Play), Stephanie Holmen (with horse Flip's Little Sparrow), & Peder Fredricson (with horse H&M All In))[102]
  • July 25 – 28: NCJ #10 in United Kingdom Hickstead (West Sussex)[103]
    • Individual winners: Seven different riders and horses took first place here.[104]
    • Team winners:  Sweden (Fredrik Jonsson (with horse Cold Play), Angelie von Essen (with horse Luikan Q), Peder Fredricson (with horse Zacramento), & Rolf-Göran Bengtsson (with horse Oak Grove's Carlyle))[105]
  • August 7 – 11: NCJ #11 in Republic of Ireland Dublin[106]
    • Individual winners: Three different riders and horses took first place here.[107]
    • Team winners:  Great Britain (Ben Maher (with horse Concona), Scott Brash (with horse Hello Jefferson), Emily Moffitt (with horse Winning Good), & Holly Smith (with horse Hearts Destiny))[108]
  • October 3 – 6: Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup Final in Spain Barcelona[109]
    • Individual winner: Italy Massimo Grossato (with horse Lazzaro delle Schiave)[110]
    • Team winners:  Ireland (Peter Moloney (with horse Chianti's Champion), Paul O'Shea (with horse Skara Glen's Machu Picchu), Darragh Kenny (with horse Balou du Reventon), & Cian O'Connor (with horse PSG Final))[111]

2019 FEI Nations Cup Dressage[edit]

  • March 12 – 17: NCD #1 in United States Wellington
    • Individual winner: United States Shelly Francis (with horse Danilo)[112]
    • Team winners:  United States (Ashley Holzer (with horse Valentine), Jennifer Baumert (with horse Handsome), Charlotte Jorst (with horse Kastel's Nintendo), & Shelly Francis (with horse Danilo))[113]
  • May 16 – 19: NCD #2 in France Compiègne
  • May 23 – 26: NCD #3 in Denmark Uggerhalne
    • Individual winner: Denmark Agnete Kirk Thinggaard (with horse Jojo AZ)[116]
    • Team winners:  Denmark (Agnete Kirk Thinggaard (with horse Jojo AZ), Daniel Bachmann Andersen (with horse Blue Hors Don Olymbrio), Cathrine Dufour (with horse Bohemian), & Carina Cassøe Krüth (with horse May-Day Graftebjerg))[117]
  • June 17 – 23: NCD #4 in Netherlands Geesteren
    • Individual winner: Netherlands Edward Gal (with horse Glock's Zonik N.O.P.)[118]
    • Team winners:  Netherlands (Edward Gal (with horse Glock's Zonik N.O.P.), Emmelie Scholtens (with horse Desperado), Anne Meulendijks (with horse MDH Avanti N.O.P., & Hans Peter Minderhoud (with horse Glock's Dream Boy N.O.P.))[119]
  • July 5 – 7: NCD #5 in Finland Järvenpää
    • Individual winner: Finland Henri Ruoste (with horse Roble)[120]
    • Team winners:  Sweden (Gunilla Byström (with horse Vectra), Märit Olofsson Nääs (with horse Strolchi), Lena Wiman (with horse Donnerstein), & Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén (with horse Esperance))[121]
  • July 11 – 14: NCD #6 in Sweden Falsterbo
    • Individual winner: Denmark Daniel Bachmann Andersen (with horse Blue Hors Zack)[122]
    • Team winners:  Sweden (Patrik Kittel (with horse Well Done de la Roche CMF), Juliette Ramel (with horse Wall Street JV), Malin Wahlkamp-Nilsson (with horse Eddieni), & Minna Telde (with horse Isac))[123]
  • July 17 – 21: NCD #7 in Germany Aachen
  • July 25 – 28: NCD #8 (final) in United Kingdom Hickstead (West Sussex)
    • Individual winner: United Kingdom Lara Butler (with horse Rubin Al-Asad)[126]
    • Team winners:  Portugal (Miguel Ralão Duarte (with horse Xenofonte d'Atela), Duarte Nogueira (with horse Beirao), Rodrigo Torres (with horse Fogoso), & João Miguel Torrao (with horse Equador))[127]

2019 FEI Nations Cup Eventing[edit]

  • May 23 – 26: NCE #1 in United Kingdom Houghton Hall
    • Individual winner: Germany Christoph Wahler (with horse Carjatan S)[128]
    • Team winners:  Germany (Christoph Wahler (with horse Carjatan S), Jerome Robine (with horse Quaddeldou R Old), Ingrid Klimke (with horse Asha P), & Felix Etzel (with horse Bandit 436))[129]
  • June 5 – 9: NCE #2 in Italy Pratoni del Vivaro (Olympic Qualifier for 2020)
    • Individual winner: Sweden Niklas Lindbäck (with horse Focus Filiocus)[130]
    • Team winners:   Switzerland (Tiziana Realini (with horse Toubleu de Rueire), Caroline Gerber (with horse Tresor de Chignan CH), & Patrizia Attinger (with horse Mooney Amach))[131]
  • June 26 – 30: NCE #3 in Poland Strzegom
    • Individual winner: Germany Michael Jung (with horse Fischerchipmunk FRH)[132]
    • Team winners:  Germany (Michael Jung (with horse Fischerchipmunk FRH), Andreas Dibowski (with horse FRH Corrida), Josefa Sommer (with horse Hamilton 24), & Miriam Engel (with horse Bonita Bella))[133]
  • July 24 – 28: NCE #4 in Republic of Ireland Camphire Cappoquin
  • August 7 – 11: NCE #5 in France Le Pin-au-Haras
    • Individual winner: France Karim Florent Laghouag (with horse Punch de l'Esques)[136]
    • Team winners:  France (Karim Florent Laghouag (with horse Punch de l'Esques), Clara Loiseau (with horse Wont Wait), Jean Teulère (with horse Voila d'Auzay), & Thais Meheust (with horse Quamilha))[137]
  • September 19 – 22: NCE #6 in Belgium Waregem
    • Individual winner: Germany Ingrid Klimke (with horse SAP Asha P)[138]
    • Team winners:  Germany (Ingrid Klimke (with horse SAP Asha P), Andreas Dibowski (with horse FRH Butts Avedon), Andreas Ostholt (with horse Corvette 31), & Frank Ostholt (with horse Jum Jum))[139]
  • October 10 – 13: NCE #7 (final) in Netherlands Boekelo (Olympic Qualifier for 2020)

Horse racing[edit]

United States[edit]

US Triple Crown
Breeders' Cup
Other notable races

United Kingdom[edit]

British Classic Races
Other notable races

Ireland[edit]

Irish Classic Races
Other notable races

France[edit]

French Classic Races
Other notable races

Australia[edit]

Australian Triple Crown
Other notable races

Canada[edit]

Canadian Triple Crown
Other notable races

Hong Kong[edit]

Hong Kong Triple Crown
Other notable races

Other international horse racing events[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Dutch Masters Website
  2. ^ Henrik von Eckermann starts his Rolex Grand Slam cycle at The Dutch Masters
  3. ^ CHIO Aachen Website
  4. ^ “Master of Faster” Kent Farrington wins the Rolex Grand Prix
  5. ^ LGCT's Doha 2019 #1 Page
  6. ^ LGCT's Class 06: Doha 2019 CSI5* 1.60 m Final Results Page
  7. ^ LGCT's Mexico City 2019 #2 Page
  8. ^ LGCT's Class 10: Mexico City 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  9. ^ LGCT's Miami Beach 2019 #3 Page
  10. ^ LGCT's Class 15: Miami Beach 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  11. ^ LGCT's Shanghai 2019 #4 Page
  12. ^ LGCT's Class 04: Shanghai 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  13. ^ LGCT's Madrid 2019 #5 Page
  14. ^ LGCT's Class 10: Madrid 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  15. ^ LGCT's Hamburg 2019 #6 Page
  16. ^ LGCT's Class 7: Hamburg 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  17. ^ LGCT's Cannes 2019 #7 Page
  18. ^ LGCT's Class 15: Cannes 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  19. ^ LGCT's Stockholm 2019 #8 Page
  20. ^ LGCT's Class 06: Stockholm 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  21. ^ LGCT's Cascais-Estoril 2019 #9 Page
  22. ^ LGCT's Class 06: Cascais-Estoril 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  23. ^ LGCT's Monaco 2019 #10 Page
  24. ^ LGCT's Class 15: Monaco 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  25. ^ LGCT's Paris 2019 #11 Page
  26. ^ LGCT's Class 11: Paris 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  27. ^ LGCT's Chantilly 2019 #12 Page
  28. ^ LGCT's Class 04: Chantilly 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  29. ^ LGCT's Berlin 2019 #13 Page
  30. ^ LGCT's Class 04: Berlin 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  31. ^ LGCT's London 2019 #14 Page
  32. ^ LGCT's Class 10: London 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  33. ^ LGCT's Valkenswaard 2019 #15 Page
  34. ^ LGCT's Class 04: Valkenswaard 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  35. ^ LGCT's Rome 2019 #16 Page
  36. ^ LGCT's Class 11: Rome 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  37. ^ LGCT's Ramatuelle-Saint-Tropez 2019 #17 Page
  38. ^ LGCT's Class 06: Ramatuelle-Saint-Tropez 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  39. ^ LGCT's New York City 2019 #18 Page
  40. ^ LGCT's Class 10: New York City 2019 CSI5* 1.60m Final Results Page
  41. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – South America South League Final Results Page
  42. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – Japan League Final Results Page
  43. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – Central Asian League Final Results Page
  44. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – South African League Final Results Page
  45. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – China League Final Results Page
  46. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – Central European (North League) Final Results Page
  47. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – Central European (South League) Final Results Page
  48. ^ 2019 FEI World Cup Jumping - Central European League Super Final Results Page
  49. ^ 2019 FEI World Cup Jumping - Central European League Overall Final Results Page
  50. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Caucasus-Caspian League Final Results Page
  51. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Australian League Final Results Page
  52. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – North American (Eastern League) Final Results Page
  53. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – North American (Western League) Final Results Page
  54. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Arab League (Middle East Sub-League) Final Results Page
  55. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Arab League (North African Sub-League) Final Results Page
  56. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – Western European League Final Results Page
  57. ^ 2018 FEI World Cup Jumping – South East Asian League Final Results Page
  58. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Jumping – New Zealand League Final Results Page
  59. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific League (Werribee #1) Results Page
  60. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific League (Boneo #1) Results Page
  61. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific League (Boneo #2) Results Page
  62. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific League (Melbourne) Results Page
  63. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific League (Borneo #3) Results Page
  64. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Pacific League (Werribee #2) Results Page
  65. ^ a b 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Central European League Final Results Page
  66. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Del Mar Fairgrounds) Results Page
  67. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Devon) Results Page
  68. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Wellington #1) Results Page
  69. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Wellington #2) Results Page
  70. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Temecula #1) Results Page
  71. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Wellington #3) Results Page
  72. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Wellington #4) Results Page
  73. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – North American League (Temecula #3) Results Page
  74. ^ 2018–19 FEI World Cup Dressage – Western European League Final Results Page
  75. ^ FEI's 2019 World Cup Show Jumping and Dressage Finals Page
  76. ^ Young Mexicans are the giant-slayers at first round in Wellington
  77. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #1 Individual Results Page
  78. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #1 Team Results Page
  79. ^ Team Germany scoops the honours in Abu Dhabi
  80. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #2 Individual Results Page
  81. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #2 Team Results Page
  82. ^ Magical Mexicans make it two-in-a-row
  83. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #3 Individual Results Page
  84. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #3 Team Results Page
  85. ^ Swiss win mighty opening battle at La Baule
  86. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #4 Individual Results Page
  87. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #4 Team Results Page
  88. ^ Canadians prove untouchable on home ground at Langley
  89. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #5 Individual Results Page
  90. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #5 Team Results Page
  91. ^ Foutrier seals Longines win for France in Swiss thriller
  92. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #6 Individual Results Page
  93. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #6 Team Results Page
  94. ^ Belgians best Irish in thrilling Sopot showdown
  95. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #7 Individual Results Page
  96. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #7 Team Results Page
  97. ^ Brilliant Brazilians overwhelm the opposition at Geesteren
  98. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #8 Individual Results Page
  99. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #8 Team Results Page
  100. ^ Swedes pip Swiss in super-close contest at fabulous Falsterbo
  101. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #9 Individual Results Page
  102. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #9 Team Results Page
  103. ^ Unstoppable Swedes make it two-in-a-row at Hickstead
  104. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #10 Individual Results Page
  105. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #10 Team Results Page
  106. ^ British fight back from the brink with last-gasp Dublin win
  107. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #11 Individual Results Page
  108. ^ FEI's Jumping Nations Cup #11 Team Results Page
  109. ^ Irish take 2019 Longines title and Tokyo qualifying spot
  110. ^ FEI's 2019 Jumping Nations Cup Final Individual Results Page
  111. ^ FEI's 2019 Jumping Nations Cup Final Team Results Page
  112. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #1 Individual Results Page
  113. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #1 Team Results Page
  114. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #2 Individual Results Page
  115. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #2 Team Results Page
  116. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #3 Individual Results Page
  117. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #3 Team Results Page
  118. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #4 Individual Results Page
  119. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #4 Team Results Page
  120. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #5 Individual Results Page
  121. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #5 Team Results Page
  122. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #6 Individual Results Page
  123. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #6 Team Results Page
  124. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #7 Individual Results Page
  125. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #7 Team Results Page
  126. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #8 Individual Results Page
  127. ^ FEI's 2019 NCD #8 Team Results Page
  128. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #1 Individual Results Page
  129. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #1 Team Results Page
  130. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #2 Individual Results Page
  131. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #2 Team Results Page
  132. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #3 Individual Results Page
  133. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #3 Team Results Page
  134. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #4 Individual Results Page
  135. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #4 Team Results Page
  136. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #5 Individual Results Page
  137. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #5 Team Results Page
  138. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #6 Individual Results Page
  139. ^ FEI's 2019 NCE #6 Team Results Page
  140. ^ Kentucky Derby Website
  141. ^ Preakness Stakes Website
  142. ^ Belmont Stakes Website
  143. ^ Breeders' Cup Website
  144. ^ Pegasus World Cup Website
  145. ^ Haskell Invitational Stakes Website
  146. ^ Arlington Park Website
  147. ^ Del Mar Racetrack Website
  148. ^ NYRA's Travers Stakes Page
  149. ^ a b Newmarket Website
  150. ^ Epsom Downs Website
  151. ^ Epsom Derby Website
  152. ^ Doncaster Racecourse's St Leger Stakes Page
  153. ^ a b Ascot Website
  154. ^ York Racecourse Website
  155. ^ a b c d e The Curragh Website
  156. ^ Leopardstown Website
  157. ^ ATC's 2019 Randwick Guineas Page
  158. ^ Moonee Valley Racecourse Website
  159. ^ Flemington Racecourse Website
  160. ^ Queen's Plate Website
  161. ^ Prince of Wales Stakes Website
  162. ^ Woodbine Racetrack Website
  163. ^ HKJC's Stewards' Cup Website
  164. ^ HKJC's Hong Kong Gold Cup Website
  165. ^ HKJC's Hong Kong Champions & Chater Cup Website
  166. ^ Dubai World Cup Website

External links[edit]