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EUROPEAN DOMINATION CONTINUES IN RIDERS MASTERS CUP
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In a concept unique to the Longines Masters, the Riders Masters Cup pits five-member teams from Europe and the United States in a head-to-head battle. Riders USA was looking to break the streak and take a home a win on home soil, but it was not to be as Riders Europe swept the fourth edition of the Riders Masters Cup. 

At the end of the first round Riders Europe was out in front with a total of 40 points after duel wins for Pius Schwizer, Darragh Kenny, and Edward Levy, while Riders USA were still well within striking distance with 30 points after Kristen Vanderveen and McLain Ward were victorious. 

Tactics came into play with the team captains strategizing about their match-ups for the second round, which is run in a speed format with double points on the line. Again it was close after the first three battles. While Riders Europe won the first two from Schwizer and Levy, Riders USA’s Lillie Keenan took the third duel. But despite a refusal in the fourth duel, Darragh Kenny took the top points for Riders Europe, sealing the win for his team. Harrie Smolders won the final duel to leave Riders Europe on 130 points to 90 points for Riders USA. Riders Europe maintained its supremacy, remaining unbeaten in the fourth battle to date. 

 

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PIETER CLEMENS SCORES STYLISH WIN IN SAM EDELMAN 1.50M

Pieter Clemens put his best foot forward to win Saturday evening’s Masters One Sam Edelman 1.50m. The list of riders who moved forward to the 10-horse jump-off read like a who’s who of international show jumping but the 25-year-old Belgian was undeterred, taking a daring inside turn to solidify his position among the best of the best. 

“I didn’t plan to do it but John Madden came to me just before I was about to go in and told me to take a look, he thought it was possible to go inside there,” explained Clemens, who has worked for 2006 World Champion Jos Lansink for the past four years. “So, I went to take a look and it worked!” 

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ITALIAN HORSE POWER PREVAILS IN LAMBORGHINI MASTERS POWER SIX BAR

Italian Olympian Emanuele Gaudiano showed the crowd what it takes to clear a height of 2.01 meters and win the Lamborghini Masters Power Six Bar competition on Saturday afternoon. As the fences rose with each round so did the excitement level in the NYCB LIVE coliseum. As riders attempted to jump ever increasing fence heights, one by one they fell by the wayside until there was only one man left standing. 

“This horse has a lot of scope so he was a good choice for this class,” said Gaudiano of Chalou, a 10-year-old Oldenburg stallion owned by Equita Kft that will also be his mount for Sunday’s grand finale, the Longines Masters of New York Grand Prix. “He was very powerful because I gave him a nice long break before the show. He has had one month of relaxing and doing flat work. 

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YOUNG TALENT SHOWCASED IN MASTERS TWO LAMI-CELL U25 1.45M

Riders looking to make the leap into the grand prix ranks found the perfect stepping stone at the Longines Masters of New York. The Masters Two Lami-Cell U25, open to competitors aged 25 and under, showcased the talent of tomorrow. 

California’s Natalie Dean prevailed in a five-horse jump-off by posting the only clear round to take the win aboard Don’s Diamant, an 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion. Coco Fath, 18, riding Exotik Sitte and Canada’s Dannie Murphy,19, riding Isabeau de Laubry both incurred four faults in the jump-off with Fath’s time of 34.30 seconds giving her the edge over Murphy, whose time was 34.79 seconds. 

“I think it’s really nice for us to have the U25 division where we are not always competing against the pros that have had longer experience,” said Dean, 20, of Palo Alto, California. “I think it helps us to have something to aim for during the week, and it’s a really special class.”

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LADY LIKE MOMENT IN STUD FOR LIFE 1.40M

Cara Raether Carey raced to the win with Lady Like 46 in the Masters Two Stud For Life 1.40m to kick off international show jumping competition on Saturday, April 27, at the Longines Masters of New York taking place at NYCB Live. Based in nearby Bedford, NY, Raether Carey had the support of the home crowd as she galloped home in a time of 23.15 seconds with her 10-year-old Westphalian mare. 

“It was a fast class!” said Raether Carey, 39, who noted her appreciation for having a top-caliber international show jumping competition so close to home. “I think I got good turns, especially to the last jump. There weren’t a lot of places to make up time, but she’s got a big stride and that helped me to cover the ground easily. I saw Katie coming up and thought, ‘oh no, she’s going to beat me!’

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CRYSTAL CLEAR VICTORY FOR SIMA MORGELLO IN BACCARAT 1.15M

New York’s own Sima Morgello made her second trip to the winner’s circle at the 2019 Longines Masters of New York. Having opened the show on Thursday with a win in the Masters Two EEM.TV1.15m, Morgello and her partner of eight years, Zopala, reigned victorious in Saturday’s Masters Two Baccarat 1.15m. 

A total of 13 horse and rider combinations jumped clear over the opening track set by German course designer Frank Rothenberger to advance to the jump-off. Nine again posted clear rounds making time the deciding factor. Morgello was the fastest of the fast, stopping the clock in 29.07 to claim victory over Sandra Zimmerli whose time of 29.23 left her in second place riding Chardonay Haras des Barrages. Ariana Tucker riding Scarlet stopped the jump-off clock in 29.64 seconds to take third.

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