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2014 World Equestrian Games - France Endurance News

FRANCE TEAM:


Chef d'Equipe - Benedicte Emond Bon
Nicolas Ballarin - Lemir de Gargassan, Naelle du Fonpeyrol
Robin Cornely - Rusty James
Jean-Phillippe Frances - Salim la Majorie, Secret de Mon Coeur
Franck Laousse - Niky de la Fontaine
Denis Le Guillou - Otimmins Armor


France Rates Chances in WEG Endurance Contest

Horsetalk.co.nz - Full Article

The home team of France is among the favourites for the 160km endurance competition at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, and its riders took to the sandy Kairon beach on Monday as they work to peak their horses for Thursday’s contest.

The race will start from Sartilly and will feature five loops, which is slightly different for a modern race. For French team rider Jean-Philippe Frances, having five instead of six loops will add some extra excitement...

Read more here:
http://horsetalk.co.nz/2014/08/26/france-rates-chances-weg-endurance/#ixzz3BVXRHuye