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Sabrina Arnold reigns in Brussels at BEEM

Bois de la Cambre, Brussels, Belgium. Sunday 20 August 2017.
Held last year for the first time the BEEM (Brussels Equestrian Endurance Masters) gained importance with a European and a World Championship in the second edition of the event. The budget increased from Euro 250,000 to Euro 500,000. – and the slogan of the organisers doesn’t hide their ambition: Brussels Capital of Europe, Capital of the Endurance.

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Largest endurance event in Europe at UK Endurance Masters

Euston Park, Thetford, Suffolk, Great Britain. Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 August 2017. The HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Endurance Cup Festival UK Endurance Masters was widely announced as the biggest event in Europe and it delivered the anticipated numbers.

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Akhmed Pshunov takes national title in Imbil, Australia

Stirling’s Crossing Endurance Club, Imbil, Mary Valley, Queensland, Australia. Friday 18 and Saturday 19 August 2017.

On Friday, the CEI1* 80km was scheduled and the region was celebrating with four out of the top five riders being local.

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Joint victory in 2017 Mongol Derby

Mongolia. Wednesday 16 August 2017.
This year’s Mongol Derby, quoted to be the world’s longest and toughest horse race, has been jointly won by 29-year-old Ed Fernon, an Olympic pentathlete from Sydney, Australia, and 51-year-old Barry Armitage, a former professional sailor turned adventurer, from South Africa.

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Boudheib initiative supporting the Persik Trail in Camprieu

Camprieu, Cevennes, France. Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 August 2017.
70 endurance specialists & amateurs from seven countries (Iran, Belgium, Oman, Holland, Switzerland, Spain & France) took great pleasure traversing the Persik Trail, organised by Christele de Rosch and her team, in the region of the Cevennes in Southern France.

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Great variety of races in the Toscana Endurance Lifestyle 2017

San Rossore, Pisa, Italy. Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 August 2017.
The first day of the Toscana Endurance Lifestyle 2017 second round, was all about young riders with the Italian Under-14 championships. The classification is made on a point system and in all races we saw female victories.

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Ninth edition of Mongol Derby started

The Mongol Derby recreates Chinggis Khan’s ancient horse messenger system in epic fashion riding 1,000km across Mongolia on semi-wild horses. This year features 13 men and 29 women from eight countries who started on 9 August and the first riders are expected to finish on 18th August.

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High Speed Competitive races in Trinidad, Flores

Trinidad, Flores, Uruguay. Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July.
This was the seventh race on the Uruguayan endurance calendar with 11 CEI races in the year, including the Pan American Games next October.

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July turns into a busy month for Copa Chevaux in Brazil

During July, riders from all over Brazil had two races to choose from, both organised by Chevaux.
On Saturday 15 July is was an important day for the endurance riders living in the state of Paraná with the event held at Fazenda Capao Da Anta in Palmeira – PR. For the first time, Chevaux organised a race of its national championship in this region. Riders from different states came down and the CEN 80km saw ten starters, a number that we had not seen in this region for a long time.

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Challenging and demanding tracks at Marbach

Marbach State Stud, Swabian Alb, Germany. Friday 21 July 2017
Marbach State Stud is situated in the hills of the Swabian Alb in Southwest Germany and is the perfect venue for a demanding and challenging endurance competition. Here, rides are known to include steep hills, tough going due to the stony underground, and hardly any straights. This combined with beautiful sunshine, temperatures around 25 °C make for perfect conditions.

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