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2009 Promotional League Final

The 2009 Promotional League Final, the first Promotional League Final ever, was held in Barcelona, Spain on September 20, 2009 during the CSIO Barcelona 2009. Seven teams start in this competition, the team from Spain won the event. A €90,000 purse was offered at the CSIO***** event, with each of the six competing teams receiving a share.

The two best-placed teams in this competition move into the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup. The national equestrian federation of Canada refrained the start in the Meydan FEI Nations Cup second time after 2009, so also Poland moved into the Meydan FEI Nations Cup for the 2010 season.

Qualified and competing teams

The Competing teams of the 2009 Promotional League Final were:


22x20px Austria and 22x20px Denmark were qualified for the Promotional League Final 2009. They didn't start, so 22x20px Hungary have the chance to start in the final.

Result

Team

Rider

Horse

Round A Round B

Total penalties

Prize

Penalties

Penalties

1

22x20px Spain

Sergio Alvarez Moya Wisconsin

0

4

Pilar Lucrecia Cordon Muro Herald

0

0

Rutherford Latham Guarana Champeix

5

0

Ricardo Jurado Julia des Brumes

0

Did not start

0

4

4

30,000 €

2

22x20px Canada

Amy Miller Costa Rica Z

4

4

Jenna Thompson Zeke

4

12

Jonathon Millar Contino

0

4

Keean White Celena Z

16

0

8

8

16

25,000 €

3

22x20px Poland

Krzysztof Ludwiczak My Lady

4

4

Stanislaw Przedpelski Love Parade

16

12

Jan Chrzanowski Just Crusing

12

16

Aleksandra Lusina Castello

1

8

17

24

41

15,000 €

4

22x20px Norway

Morten Djupvik Bessemeind's Casino

24

16

Geir Gulliksen L'Espoir

8

4

Connie Bull Cezanne

16

17

Stein Endresen Le Beau

0

0

24

20

44

10,000 €

5

22x20px Finland

Maiju Mallat St. Germain

8

8

Noora Forsten Campari

20

8

Sebastian Numminen Calandro

8

8

Mikael Forsten Isaac du Jonquet

8

4

24

20

44

5,000 €

6

22x20px Hungary

James Wingrave Agropoint Crosshill

8

12

Zsófia Sirokai Sissi

13

Eliminated

Balázs Hovárth Eternally

16

16

Mariann Hugyecz Cash

5

0

26

28

54

5,000 €

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