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1 2 Julia Hargreaves In 2011, Julia rode on the winning Australian team in the annual jumping Test Event against New Zealand. In her first international start Julia delivered an excellent round but for the clock – a time fault, in the second round Julia and Vedor did all the hard work but just a small lapse at the second last Liverpool oxer saw 4 faults and the clock stopped just over the 88sec mark for another time penalty. 3 Julia and Vedor also won the Sydney Royal CSI1*-W. They then headed to Europe and made their debut on the Global Champions Tour circuit competing at the Valkenswaard (NED) CSI5* Bill Levett Andrew Hoy Bill and One Too Many NJ headed to Saumur CCI3* where Andrew Hoy and Rutherglen’s first outing for 2011 they jumped clear in the Show Jumping phase to secure resulted in a fourth place at the Wiesbaden (GER) CIC3*. second position overall. The combination produced a faultless round in the show jumping phase to finish the event in fourth. Bill also won a division of the CIC3* at Hartpury (UK), as well as the CCI2*. Bill, 48, and One Too Many NJ led from Outings at Luhmuhlen CIC3* and Barbury Castle CIC3* start to finish in a field of 69 horses the CIC3* (Division resulted in the pair finishing in 22nd position on both D). Their impressive dressage score of 39.8 (the only occasions. From there they headed to the Blair Castle sub 40 of the class) put them 2.5 points ahead of Zara CIC3* where they finished in third position. Phillips on Lord Lauries. Kadi Eykamp Krystle Lander US based Kadi Eykamp and Double Rivers Dillon finished Krystle Lander was the sole Australian Vaulting competitor third in the Temecula CA CCI3*. The combination finished at the 2011 World Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany. on their Dressage score of 61.80. The Illawarra based rider achieved an overall score of Other notable performances include a first in the CIC2* 3.319 in the CVIO to finish in 22nd position. and seventh in the CIC3* in Richland MI. Boyd Exell Boyd successfully defended his FEI World Cup Driving title in a thrilling finish in Leipzig (GER) to become only the second driver to score a hat trick of World Cup victories. Boyd also claimed his third consecutive CHIO, World Equestrian Festival title for Driving in Aachen, Germany. Exell has actually won the title four times in his career, first in 2003 and then 2009, 2010 and 2011. 1) Krystle Lander at the 2011 World Equestrian Festival - credit Petra Seiffert 2) Opening Competition - World Cup Final Leipzig Boyd Exell 4 - credit Kit Houghton FEI 3) Andrew Hoy and Rutherglen - credit Peter Nixon FEI 4) Edwina Tops- Alexander - credit Kit Houghton FEI 55


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