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Falsterbo Horse Show 2010

The Falsterbo Horse Show 2010 was the 2010 edition of the Falsterbo Horse Show, the Swedish official show jumping horse show. It was held as CSIO 5* and CDI 5*.

The first horse show were held 1920 in Falsterbo, in 1969 the first show jumping derby was held here.[1]

The 2010 edition of the Falsterbo Horse Show was held between July 8, 2010 and July 11, 2010.

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FEI Nations Cup of the Sweden

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Sweden was part of the Falsterbo Horse Show 2010. It was the fifth competition of the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup.

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of the Sweden was held at Friday, July 9, 2010 at 2:30 pm.[2] The competing teams were: France, the United States of America, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, Great Britain, Spain and Poland.

The competition was a show jumping competition with two rounds and optionally one jump-off. The height of the fences were up to 1.60 meters. Eight of ten teams were allowed to start in the second round.

The competition was endowed with 200,000 €.

Team

Rider

Horse

Round A Round B

Total penalties

Jump-off

Prize
money

Scoring
points

Penalties

Penalties

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

22x20px Sweden

Malin Baryard-Johnsson Tornesch

4

4

Helena Lundbäck Erbblume

0

4

Peder Fredricson Arctic Aurora Borealis

0

4

Rolf-Göran Bengtsson Casall

0

1

0

9

9

64,000 €

10

2

22x20px Netherlands

Eric van der Vleuten Utascha SFN

4

0

Jur Vrieling Bubalou

0

4

Leopold van Asten Santana B

4

0

Marc Houtzager Tamino

4

4

8

4

12

40,000 €

7

3

22x20px Spain

Rutherford Latham Guarana Champeix

4

0

Loreal D'Utah

1

13

Fernando Fourcade

4

0

Ricardo Jurado Julia des Brumes

12

12

9

12

21

28,000 €

5.5

22x20px France

Eric Navet Kiwi du Fraigneau

15

9

Nicolas Delmotte Luccianno

4

16

Marie Etter Pellegrin Admirable

0

4

Kevin Staut Silvana

0

4

4

17

21

5.5

5

22x20px Ireland

Dermott Lennon Hallmark Elite

4

12

Jessica Kürten Myrtille Paulois

8

12

Shane Breen Carmena Z

4

4

Denis Lynch Nabab's Son

0

0

8

16

24

13,500 €

3.5

22x20px United States

Todd Minikus Pavarotti

4

8

Cara Raether Ublesco

0

8

McLain Ward Rothchild

0

4

Rich Fellers Flexible

8

8

4

20

24

13,500 €

3.5

7

Flag of United Kingdom Great Britain

William Funnell Billy Congo

4

8

Mark Armstrong Thesaura

16

8

Tina Fletcher Hello Sailor

0

1

Tim Stockdale Kalico Bay

4

8

8

17

25

8,000 €

2

8

17px Switzerland

Arthur da Silva La Toya III

16

8

Claudia Gisler Touchable

8

12

Janika Sprunger Uptown Boy

4

8

Pius Schwizer Ulysse

0

0

12

16

28

5,000 €

1

9

22x20px Germany

Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst Chacco-Blue

8

Jörg Naeve Calado

4

Philipp Weishaupt Catoki

0

Marcus Ehning Küchengirl

16

12

-

0

10

22x20px Poland

Piotr Sawicki Caballus Z

2

Jacek Bobik Taunus

eliminated

Dawid Kubiak Limbo

did not start

eliminated

-

0

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[3]

Grand Prix Spécial (B-Final)

The Falsterbo Horse Show 2010 was the venue of the second competition of the World Dressage Masters (WDM) - rider ranking, season 2010/2011.

All competitors starts first in the Grand Prix de Dressage at Thursday. The eight best-placed competitors of the Grand Prix de Dressage are allowed to start in the A-Final (the Grand Prix Freestyle). It some of best-placed competitors want to start in the B-Final, the same number of competitors, who are placed after the best-placed competitors, move up in the A-Final.

The B-Final of the World Dressage Masters competitions at Falsterbo Horse Show 2010 was held at July 9, 2010 at 2:00 pm. It was endowed with 30,000 €. The B-Final was held as Grand Prix Spécial, the competition with the highest definite level of dressage competitions.

Rider

Horse

Score[4]

1

Flag of Germany Jonny Hilberath Amüsant

69.292 %

2

Flag of Netherlands Christa Laarakkers Ovation

67.250 %

3

Flag of Sweden Charlotte Haid Bondergaard Lydianus

66.292 %

(top 3 of 6 competitors)

Grand Prix Freestyle (A-Final)

The Grand Prix Freestyle (or Grand Prix Kür) was the A-Final of the World Dressage Masters competitions at Falsterbo Horse Show 2010 (see also Grand Prix Spécial).

A Grand Prix Freestyle was a Freestyle dressage competition. The level of this competition is at least the level of a Grand Prix de Dressage, but it can be higher than the level of a Grand Prix Spécial.

The Grand Prix Freestyle at the Falsterbo Horse Show 2010 was held at Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 1:00 pm. It was endowed with 60,000 €.

Rider

Horse

Score[5]

1

Flag of Netherlands Anky van Grunsven Painted Black

82.400 %

2

Flag of Germany Ulla Salzgeber Wakana

75.900 %

3

Flag of Sweden Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfven Favourit

75.400 %

4

Flag of Germany Anja Plönzke Le Mont d'Or

73.850 %

5

Flag of Netherlands Aat van Essen Premier

71.450 %

(top 5 of 8 competitors)

JMS Falsterbo Derby

The Falsterbo Derby was an important show jumping competition at the Falsterbo Horse Show 2010. The sponsor of this competition was JMS. A Derby was a show jumping competition with special fences like walls or natural fences build of wood (an other example of a derby competition in show jumping is the British Jumping Derby).

This competition was held at Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 3:45 pm.[2] The competition was a show jumping competition with one round and one jump-off.

Rider

Horse

Round 1

jump-off

prize
money

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of United Kingdom William Funnell Kanelle de la Baie

0

-

0

51.61

13,000 €

2

Flag of Germany Jörg Naeve Coolidge

0

-

0

53.68

9,000 €

3

Flag of Republic of Ireland Shane Breen Dorada

4

156.45

6,000 €

4

Flag of Netherlands Leopold van Asten Issis du Marais

4

165.62

4,000 €

5

Flag of Netherlands Eric van der Vleuten Cannelina

4

165.83

3,000 €

(Top 5 of 23 Competitors)[6]

Longines Falsterbo Grand Prix

The Grand Prix was the mayor show jumping competition of the Falsterbo Horse Show 2010. The sponsor of this competition was Longines. It was held at Sunday, July 11, 2010 at 3:00 pm.[2] The competition was a show jumping competition with two rounds, the height of the fences were up to 1.60 meters.

Rider

Horse

Round 1

jump-off

prize
money

Penalties

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of Sweden Rolf-Göran Bengtsson Casall

0

0

48.51

64,000 €

2

Flag of Sweden Malin Baryard-Johnsson Tornesch

0

0

48.89

40,000 €

3

Flag of Germany Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst Chacco-Blue

0

0

50.23

32,000 €

4

Flag of France Marie Etter Pellegrin Admirable

0

0

50.85

21,000 €

5

Flag of France Stephan Lafouge Gabelou des Ores

0

0

51.46

14,000 €

(Top 5 of 44 Competitors)[7]

References

  1. history
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 timetable Falsterbo Horse Show 2010
  3. result 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Sweden
  4. result Grand Prix Spécial
  5. result Grand Prix Freestyle
  6. result 2010 JMS Falsterbo Derby
  7. result 2010 Longines Falsterbo Grand Prix

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