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2008 CSIO Spruce Meadows 'Masters' Tournament

The 2008 CSIO Spruce Meadows 'Masters' Tournament was an international show jumping competition that took place from September 3 to September 7, 2008 at Spruce Meadows in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Contents

Results

September 3

Zeidler Financial Cup

Finning Welcome

September 4

AKITA Drilling Cup

CANA Cup

September 5

EnCana Cup

ATCO Electric Circuit

September 6

BP Cup

BMO Nations' Cup

Nine teams of four riders competed in the $350,000 FEI Nations Cup event, the eighteenth event in the 2008 FEI Nations Cup series. There were two rounds to the event, with all teams placing and receiving financial prizes.

Team

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Total

Penalties

Time

Penalties

Time

Penalties

Time

1

22x20px United States

Lauren Hough Quick Study

4

82.31

8

83.70

Todd Minikus Pavarotti

0

82.65

0

82.82

Richard Spooner Cristallo

0

84.24

0

81.86

Rich Fellers Flexible

4

81.66

0

81.29

4

248.55

0

245.97

4

494.52

2

22x20px Canada

Jill Henselwood Special Ed

4

78.50

16

82.58

Jonathan Asselin Rayana Chiara

8

81.07

4

83.81

Eric Lamaze Hickstead

0

84.20

0

83.73

Ian Millar In Style

0

83.82

0

81.68

4

246.52

4

249.22

8

495.74

3

22x20px Germany

Holger Wulschner Clausen

0

81.11

4

82.20

Thomas Muehlbauer Asti Spumante 7

0

83.10

4

83.60

Marcus Ehning Plot Blue

0

82.17

0

84.89

Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst Lord Luis

8

84.02

0

246.38

8

250.69

8

497.07

September 7

Suncor Energy Cup

CN International

Thirty-nine riders competed in the $1,000,000 CN International.

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

Total penalties

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of United Kingdom Nick Skelton Arko III

0

89.361

1

81.443

1

2

Flag of Belgium Jos Lansink Cavalor Cumano

1

93.439

2

83.995

3

3

Flag of the United States Richard Spooner Cristallo

4

85.543

0

75.676

4

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