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Denis Lynch - 2011
... The pair also took 14th prize of €1,150 in the Rolex FEI World Cup qualifier ... CSI5*-W Gothenburg, Sweden In the Rolex FEI World Cup, he and Abbervail van het Dingeshof jumped a 0/4 to finish 6th – this brought Lynch within grasp of the World Cup ... the Netherlands Going in to this final opportunity for World Cup qualification, Lynch needed valuable points to move into the top-18 to earn ...
Denis Lynch - 2010
... The opening leg of the Global Champions Tour in Valencia Although many of the worlds best riders – including Lynch – had faults in the €285,000 Grand Prix on Saturday, he was narrowly ... He beat the recently crowned World Cup Champion (Marcus Ehning on Noltes Kuchengirl) into second place by just 0.08 of a second ... In the 5th leg of the Meydan FEI Nations Cup, which was won by the home team, Ireland finished 5th on 24 faults Dermott Lennon (Hallmark Elite) 4/12 ...
Jessica Kürten - Career - 2010
... - after Castle Forbes Libertina only just returning to competition - she won the World Cup Qualifier securing her place in the final in Geneva ... Kürten had to reluctantly pull out of the FEI Rolex World Cup Final in Geneva after suffering a fall off a horse at home the weekend before ... In the 5th leg of the Meydan FEI Nations Cup, which was won by the home team, Ireland finished 5th on 24 faults Dermott Lennon (Hallmark Elite) 4/12 ...
Denis Lynch - 2012
... Contifex jumped double-clear in the Rolex FEI World Cup and took fourth prize of €15,000 ... In the final Rolex FEI World Cup leg of the season, Lynch and Lantinus finished 7th to earn 36,000SEK (€4,069) ... CSI5*-W Rolex FEI World Cup Final, 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands After five jumping rounds, Lynch and Abbervail van het Dingeshof finished 11th ...

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