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Piazza di Siena 2010

The Piazza di Siena 2010 – CSIO Rome was the 2010 edition of the CSIO Rome, the Italian official show jumping horse show, at the Piazza di Siena in Rome. It was held as CSIO 5*.

The first horse show were held 1922 at the Piazza di Siena, in 1926 it was an international horse show. Since 1928 Rome is the location of the Italian official show jumping horse show (CSIO = Concours de Saut International Officiel). 2010 is the 78th edition of the CSIO Rome.[1]

The 2010 edition of the CSIO Rome was held between May 27, 2010 and May 30, 2010. The main sponsor of the Piazza di Siena 2010 horse show is SNAI.

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FEI Nations Cup of Italy

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Italy was part of the Piazza di Siena 2010 horse show. It was the second competition of the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup.

The 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Italy was held at Friday, May 28, 2010 at 3:10 pm. The competing teams were be: France, the United States of America, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Ireland, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Spain and Poland. Also the team of Italy had as host nation the chance to start in the competition.

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 France

Penelope Leprevost Mylord Carthago

0

0

Kevin Staut Silvana

4

0

Nicolas Delmotte Luccianno

8

0

Patrice Delaveau Katchina Mail

0

4

0

4

10

2

22x20px United Kingdom

Nick Skelton Carlo

4

0

Peter Charles Pom d'Ami

0

4

Ben Maher Robin Hood W

16

0

John Whitaker Peppermill

4

0

8

0

8

40,000 €

7

3

22x20px Ireland

Cameron Hanley Southwind

8

0

Darragh Kenny Obelix

4

8

Cian O'Connor K Club Lady

4

0

Billy Twomey Tinka's Serenade

0

4

8

4

12

27,500 €

5.5

22x20px Spain

Pilar Lucrecia Cordon Muro Herald

0

0

Julio Arias Cueva Jarnac

0

4

Lord du Mont Milon

4

4

Ricardo Jurado Narvaez Julia des Brumes

8

8

4

8

12

27,500 €

5.5

5

22x20px Germany

Janne-Friederike Meyer Lambrasco

0

0

Max Kühner Coeur de Lion

8

12

Rebecca Golasch Lassen Peak

8

0

Philipp Weishaupt Souvenir

0

8

8

8

16

15,000 €

4

6

22x20px United States

Richard Spooner Cristallo

eliminated

0

Beezie Madden Mademoiselle

4

0

Mario Deslauriers Urico

8

4

McLain Ward Sapphire

4

4

16

4

20

10,000 €

3

7

22x20px Italy

Gianni Govoni Aboyeur W

0

8

Giuseppe D'Onofrio Landzeu

4

4

Gabriele Grassi

8

4

Natale Chiaudani Seldana di Campalto

8

4

12

12

24

7,000 €

[nb 1]

8

17px Switzerland

Niklaus Schurtenberger Cantus

0

12

Jane Richard Zekina Z

8

8

Janika Sprunger Uptown Boy

4

8

Pius Schwizer Ulysse X

4

4

8

20

28

5,000 €

2

9

22x20px Sweden

Jens Fredricson Lunatic

4

4

Malin Baryard-Johnsson Actrice W

8

8

Daniel Zetterman Glory Days

0

12

Helena Lundbäck Erbblume

4

retired

8

24

32

4,000 €

1

10

22x20px Netherlands

Eric van der Vleuten Utascha SFN

0

Leopold van Asten Santana B

9

Albert Zoer Uraya

12

Leon Thijssen Tyson

8

17

-

0

11

22x20px Poland

Andrzej Lemanski Castiglione L

1

Jan Chrzanowski Just Cruising

12

Krzysztof Ludwiczak Torado

8

Aleksandra Lusina Ekwador

12

21

-

0

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

  1. team are no Official competitor of the 2010 Meydan FEI Nations Cup

Grand Prix Loro Piana

The Grand Prix was the mayor competition of the Piazza di Siena 2010 horse show. The sponsor of this competition is Loro Piana. It was held at Sunday, May 30, 2010 at 4:00 pm.

The competition was a show jumping competition with two rounds, the height of the fences was up to 1.60 meters. It is endowed with 200,000 €.

Rider

Horse

Round 1

Round 2

prize
money

Penalties

Penalties

Time
(s)

1

Flag of the United States McLain Ward Sapphire

0

0

41.24

50,000 €

2

Flag of United Kingdom John Whitaker Peppermill

0

0

43.92

40,000 €

3

Flag of Brazil Rodrigo Pessoa Rebozo

0

0

45.09

30,000 €

4

Flag of Germany Rebecca Golasch Lassen Peak

0

0

47.86

20,000 €

5

Flag of Spain Julio Arias Cueva Victory Da

1

0

53.60

14,000 €

(Top 5 of 50 Competitors)[3]

References

  1. history
  2. result 2010 FEI Nations Cup of Italy
  3. result 2010 Grand Prix Loro Piana, Roma

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