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Horse & Hound 02-May-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Every week Horse & Hound brings horse lovers up-to-date with the latest news and event reports and provides expert equestrian advice on subjects including training and horse care, the latest equine products and feed. The weekly features inform and entertain inspiring readers to go out and ride to improve their horsemanship in every discipline from eventing to show jumping, dressage to showing, polo and hunting. It is also the must read for anyone wanting to buy or sell a horse.

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badminton time

IN last week’s issue, the statisticians predicted Ingrid Klimke would win this year’s Badminton. And a few days later, she withdrew. So little is certain in horse sport, but we are at least guaranteed an exciting competition at Badminton this week. It’s like Groundhog Day for Oliver Townend, returning from Kentucky with a win on Cooley Master Class and heading straight on to Badminton. He is surely a favourite to lift the three-horse trophy on Sunday, which would see him having a crack at the Rolex Grand Slam again come Burghley. An equal chance this week sits with our horse hero (p28), Laura Collett’s ride Mr Bass — a horse once destined for a very different career having failed the vetting on X-rays. Hope, then, for anyone who needs the inspiration…

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opinion divided on official film and flag rule

OLYMPIC disciplines have clashed over whether unofficial video evidence should be allowed in appeals. The use of video evidence was raised at the FEI sports forum (15-16 April). Panellists from the Olympic disciplines were divided over whether unofficial video recordings, such as smartphone clips, should be considered by officials when riders challenge their decisions. It has been a particularly hot topic in eventing, where appeals over the controversial flag rule (news, 11 April) have hinged on one camera angle. FEI deputy legal director Áine Power said “a lot has changed” since the video rule was introduced in 2012. “We all walk round at an event with basically a high-definition video camera in our pockets,” she said, referring to mobile phones. She added the FEI has been discussing updating its rules to “keep with the times”…

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horses in the news

RUBINS NITE Hayley Watson-Greaves’ ride is to return to work after an accident when his bridle and fly veil slipped at Doha CDI (8-10 March), causing him to bolt. He will miss Windsor, but will campaign for Europeans selection. ALTIOR The National Hunt hero scored his 19th consecutive victory, at Sandown under Nico de Boinville on 27 April. Trained by Nicky Henderson, he has set a world record for consecutive wins by a jumps racehorse. CHIARA 222 Ludger Beerbaum’s double European silver medal-winner has been put down aged 16 after colic surgery. She won many CSI5* grands prix and helped Germany to fourth at the 2014 World Equestrian Games.…

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measuring of ponies is in for major overhaul

PONY measuring faces an overhaul following a high-profile dispute at an international competition last summer. The FEI has revealed plans for a new system, which it hopes will be fairer and lead to less heartbreak as a result of equines “measuring out” at competitions. A dispute over a pony’s height and the measuring area at Hagen in Germany escalated to two FEI tribunals (news, 6 September). Under current rules, ponies can be measured at events and may be up to 150cm unshod. “It is stressful for children, parents, chef d’equipes, trainers and not to mention the measuring vets,” said FEI veterinary director Dr Göran Akerström at the FEI sports forum (15 to a6 April). “The height tolerance of 2cm at shows has created a drift towards too-large ponies. It’s also a bit irrational as if…

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in brief

CARL AND PETER TEAM UP FOR DEMO DRESSAGE superstars Carl Hester and Peter Storr are teaming up for a masterclass at this year’s Bolesworth International (12-16 June). Following Carl’s demonstrations over the past two years, he will join rider, trainer and four-star FEI judge Peter on the evening of 12 June for the event, “80% is the new 70% — through the eyes of the judges”. The pair will cover what judges look for, how attention to detail can up marks, and “turning good into amazing”. Wednesday and Thursday will feature a CDI3* grand prix and freestyle respectively, while CSI4* showjumping starts on the Thursday. RUN AT HICKSTEAD IN TIM’S MEMORY TEAMS of up to 10 people are invited to enter a run in memory of Tim Stockdale at the Royal International Horse Show this summer. The…

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national hunt season heroes named

THE 2018/2019 jumps champions have been crowned on the final day of the National Hunt season at Sandown on 27 April. Paul Nicholls took the champion trainer title for the 11th time, having won £3,307,573, including a win at the Cheltenham Festival with Frodon and success in the King George VI Chase at Kempton with Clan Des Obeaux. Richard Johnson was named champion jockey for the fourth time following 200 wins this season, including with La Bague Au Roi at Kempton on Boxing Day and two five-timers at Perth on 18 August and 27 September. JP McManus was champion owner with 94 winners. Bryony Frost, who missed the Grand National with a broken collarbone, was champion conditional jockey, her 50 winners including Frodon at Cheltenham. She said: “I’m beyond lucky to say I’ve joined…

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