Carolina Villanueva en el Club de Campo

Carolina Villanueva en el Club de Campo

Puesto Atleta Caballo  Sexo / Libro Registro / Capa / Nacido / Padre x Padre de la Madre / Criador / Propietario Puntos Tiempo
1 Voice De ChenaieDesconocido / / / 2009 0 63.90
2 Cadum De Champloue 0 65.33
3 Conan De TauteCastrado / SF / Alazán / 2012 / Mylord Carthago / / Juan Riva Francos 0 66.01
4 Cosmo 77Entero / HOL / Tordo / 2009 / Clintord / / Alejandro Jorda Candelas 0 68.98
5 Yoly De CousoYegua / CDE / Castaño / 2009 / Centauer Z / Inversiones Vilpa, S.L / Inversiones Vilpa, S.L. 0 69.79
6 Luter De Villafranca 0 70.44
7 Rainbow De MoensCastrado / SF / Castaño / 2005 / Galoubet Du Marais / / Jose Maria Sanchez-Arcilla Muñoz 0 70.57
8 Iskander H 0 73.62
No clasificado
9 Casper De Luxe 0 74.52
10 HeartbeatYegua / KWPN / Tordo / 2012 / / / Pablo Dominguez 0 76.65
11 An CassiusCastrado / SD / Alazán / 2013 / Cabachon / Anja Og Niels Jorgen Nielsen / Ignacio Moreno Vicente 0 76.97
12 Donna Granada 1 80.54
13 Esperanza D’Esquelmes 1 81.61
14 Una Du Keske ZYegua / ZAN / Gris / 2008 / Ultimo Van Ter Moude / Keske / Carolina Villanueva Suarez 4 67.60
15 Olita De BuzalenYegua / CDE / Castaño / 2011 / Sirioso / / Iñigo De Heredia Diaz Del Riguero 4 70.4
Mario Villapalos en la grande de Villafranca

Mario Villapalos en la grande de Villafranca

Posición Participante CCAA Punt. Tiempo Premio
1 VILLAPALOS RODRÍGUEZ, Mario – IROKO V/D BROUWERSHOEVE

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 69.54 450,00 €
2 MARSA LAFARGE, Diana – QUIDAMME

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 69.98 300,00 €
3 SÁNCHEZ SÁNCHEZ, Jorge – WELL FIER

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 71.3 200,00 €
4 CERDIDO CALDERON, Angel – QUARTAGO DE VILLAFRANCA

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 74.4 175,00 €
5 RAVELO ACOSTA, Rolando – QUIZAS CC

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 74.49 125,00 €
6 LASAOSA ASTIER, Sonsoles – TRESOR DE LAUME

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 76.22 100,00 €
7 FERNÁNDEZ GIL-FOURNIER, Luis – IBON

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 77.64 90,00 €
8 VERDEJO ANDOSILLA, Vicente – DIX DEDER

 
flag 0 (0+0T) 78.81 80,00 €
9 LASQUETTY ALONSO, Juan Ignacio – PRINCESA DES FABRIES

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 68.42 70,00 €
10 LASQUETTY ALONSO, Juan Ignacio – BRIGITTE

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 69.76 60,00 €
11 URRUTIA COBALEDA, Fernando – NENA CC

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 70.31
12 GARCIA-TORRES SOLANO, Emilio – UNDIGO VANNETAIS

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 76.84
13 HASSEY MOROS, Andrea – ALLEGRIA DU VAL HENRY

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 77.93
14 TAMAMES YRAOLA, Adolfo – FISCUS

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 78.02
15 GARCIA-TORRES SOLANO, Carmen – CYBELLE DE LA LANDE

 
flag 4 (4+0T) 78.74
Por primera vez en la historia una mujer gana el Grand National

Por primera vez en la historia una mujer gana el Grand National

Hoy en el Grand National de Aintree se ha hecho historia: por primera vez una mujer ha sido la vencedora de esta gran carrera: Rachel Blackmore.  

Mi enhorabuena al cubo.

En un importante medio de comunicación la llamaron antes de la carrera “La Cenicienta del Grand National”, pues bien, la Cenicienta se hizo Reina del Turf.

Minella Times, un caballo irlandés de 8 años de edad, es un hijo de Oscar (Sadler’s Wells), con una  madre por Ansham, que ha hecho que el mundo-verde tenga hoy un doblete

Rackel Blackmore, hija de un granjero irlandés y una maestra de escuela, ha sido la elegida para la gloria.

Carolo López-Quesada

Falleció Heartbreaker con 32 años

Falleció Heartbreaker con 32 años

Heartbreaker ha fallecido a la edad de 32 años. La familia Nijhof lo ha comunicado oficialmente.

Este caballo fue adquirido por la familia Nijhof con 6 meses, y desde entonces ha sido un referente de nuestro deporte, tanto en el mundo de la competición como en el de la reproducción.

Como competidor, con Peter Geerink, ganó la Copa de Naciones de Falsterbo CSIO, además de estar tercero en los Grandes Premios de Hamburgo, Rotterdam o Geesteren, o cuarto en el Gran Premio del CSIO de Aachen.

Descendencia de primerísimo nivel, de un caballo que no olvidaremos.

Carolo López-Quesada

Vuelta a la competición. Fuente FEI

Vuelta a la competición. Fuente FEI

The FEI Board has approved legally binding By-Laws for the Return To Competition measures published on 30 March 2021. These By-Laws, which are available in the Forms & Downloads of the Return To Competition section, formalise the temporary provisions in the measures that are not covered by either the FEI Veterinary Regulations or the FEI General Regulations.

The By-Laws, which come into force on 12 April 2021, will remain in effect until 30 May 2021, except where indicated otherwise. This period may be extended by the FEI based on an assessment of the EHV-1 situation.

The By-Laws are applicable in the following 37 countries in mainland Europe: Albania; Andorra; Austria; Belgium; Belarus; Bosnia & Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Czech Republic; Denmark; Spain; Estonia; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Hungary; Italy; Latvia; Liechtenstein; Lithuania; Luxembourg; Moldova; Republic of North Macedonia; Monaco; Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Slovenia; Serbia; Switzerland; Slovakia; Sweden; Ukraine and Turkey.

Please note that where there is a mandatory requirement for a negative PCR test for EHV-1 – that is events with more than 400 horses and overnight stabling, and for all horses prior to being transported by plane to an FEI event – there is a change to the timeline, as agreed by the FEI Veterinary Epidemiology Working Group. The original text, as published on 30 March, required that the sample must be taken no earlier than 96 hours before arrival at the event, but this has now been amended to 120 hours due to concerns about the turnaround time for getting test results back from laboratories.

EHV-1 Return To Competition Athlete Information Seminar

The FEI hosted an athlete information seminar this evening (9 April) for athletes entered in FEI events during the first two weeks following the return to competition on 12 April, and the 66 National Federations that those athletes represent. The athletes were asked to invite their grooms to attend. The FEI Athlete Representatives, plus the International Jumping Riders Club (IJRC) and the International Dressage Riders Club (IDRC) were also invited.
Events in four FEI disciplines – Jumping, Dressage, Eventing and Endurance – are scheduled for the period 12-25 April.

The session was led by FEI Secretary General Sabrina Ibáñez, with FEI Veterinary Director Göran Akerström presenting the Return To Competition measures specifically applicable to athletes and grooms, as well as the areas of responsibility for the Organisers, such as stabling, that are particularly relevant to athletes.

FEI Information & Sports Technology Director Gaspard Dufour presented the new features on the FEI HorseApp that will allow for greater traceability, and FEI Legal Director Mikael Rentsch was also on the panel to answer questions.

The full presentation from this evening’s session is now available in the Forms & Downloads of the Return To Competition section on the dedicated EHV-1 hub. The information will also be used to create a factsheet that will be published on 12 April in English, Dutch, French, Germany, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

The FEI is also hosting a training session for Veterinarians and has initiated a series of meetings with Organisers to guide them through their obligations under the Return To Competition measures.

FEI press release

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