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Jumping International de France 2010

The Jumping International de France 2010 was the 2010 edition of Jumping International de France, the French official show jumping horse show, in the Stadium François André in La Baule-Escoublac. It was held as CSIO 5*.

The first horse show were held 1931 in La Baule, since 1960 La Baule is the location of the French official show jumping horse show (CSIO = Concours de Saut International Officiel). This year the 50 year-jubilee as CSIO is celebrated.

The 2010 edition of Jumping International de France was held between May 13, 2010 and May 16, 2010.

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FEI Nations Cup of France

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of France was part of the Jumping International de France 2010. It was the first competition of the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup.

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of France was held at Friday, May 14, 2010 at 3:25 pm[1]. The competing teams were: France, the United States of America, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Spain and Poland. It was first time a team of a former Eastern Bloc nation, Poland, competing in a competition of the Meydan FEI Nations Cup (former Samsung Super League).

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

The competition is 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 France

Penelope Leprevost Topinambour

4

4

Michel Robert Kellemoi De Pepita

0

0

Olivier Guillon Lord de Theize

0

0

Kevin Staut Kraque Boom

4

0

4

0

4

64,000 €

10

2

22x20px United States

Richard Spooner Cristallo

0

0

Hillary Dobbs Quincy B

5

9

Mario Deslauriers Urico

0

0

McLain Ward Sapphire

4

4

4

4

8

40,000 €

7

3

22x20px United Kingdom

Michael Whitaker Amai

0

8

Scott Brash Intertoy Z

8

0

Mark Armstrong Thesaura

4

13

Peter Charles Pom d'Ami

0

0

4

8

12

28,000 €

5.5

22x20px Germany

Alois Pollmann-Schweckhorst Chacco Blue

0

0

Alexander Hufenstuhl Lacapo

8

4

Rebecca Golasch Lassen Peak

0

4

Philipp Weishaupt Souvenir

12

0

8

4

12

28,000 €

5.5

5

22x20px Spain

Pilar Lucrecia Cordon Muro Herald

0

4

Julio Arias Cueva Jarnac

4

0

Jesus Garmendia Echevarria Lord du Mont Milon

1

5

Sergio Alvarez Moya Madame Pompadour M

4

did not start

5

9

14

16,000 €

4

6

22x20px Ireland

Shane Breen Carmena Z

0

0

Niall Talbot Tequi D'I CH

8

retired

Darragh Kenny Obelix

8

4

Cameron Hanley Southwind VDL

0

4

8

8

16

11,000 €

3

7

17px Switzerland

Steve Guerdat Jalisca Solier

4

4

Theo Muff Acomet

8

4

Werner Muff Campione CH

0

4

Pius Schwizer Carlina

4

1

8

9

17

8,000 €

2

8

22x20px Sweden

Malin Baryard-Johnsson Actrice W

4

8

Alexander Zetterman Isaac

13

16

Helena Lundbäck Madick

4

4

Svante Johansson Caramell KS

0

5

8

17

25

5,000 €

1

9

22x20px Netherlands

Vincent Voorn Alpapillon Armanie

0

Piet Raijmakers junior Rascin

8

Harrie Smolders Walnut de Muze

4

Gerco Schröder New Orleans

12

12

-

0

10

22x20px Poland

Andrzej Lemanski Bischof L

4

Aleksandra Lusina Castello

8

Jan Chrzanowski Just Cruising

8

Tomasz Klein Camerino

20

20

-

0

(grey penalties points do not count for the team result)[2]

Grand Prix Longines de la ville de la Baule

The Grand Prix de la ville de la Baule was the mayor competition of the Jumping International de France 2010. It was held at Sunday, May 16, 2010 at 1:40 pm. The competition was a show jumping competition with one round and one jump-off, the height of the fences was up to 1.60 meters.

The main sponsor of the Grand Prix de la ville de la Baule is Longines. The Grand Prix was endowed with 200,000 €.[3]

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Jump-off

prize
money

Penalties

Time
(s)

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of the United States McLain Ward Sapphire

0

85.38

0

36.00

66,000 €

2

Flag of the United States Mario Deslauriers Urico

0

87.99

0

36.95

40,000 €

3

Flag of Spain Jesus Garmendia Echevarria Lord du Mont Milon

0

89.60

0

39.18

28,000 €

4

Flag of Switzerland Pius Schwizer Carlina

0

90.71

0

39.76

20,000 €

5

Flag of France Stephan Lafouge Gabelou des Ores

0

88.84

0

40.74

12,000 €

(Top 5 of 50 Competitors)

References

  1. Starting List 2010 FEI Nations Cup of France, Round A
  2. result 2010 FEI Nations Cup of France
  3. result Grand Prix Longines de la ville de la Baule 2010

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