Wednesday, December 18, 2013

FEI Endurance Rankings: USA Horses and Riders Top Young Rider Lists


Germany's Sabrina Arnold retained the FEI Open Riders World Endurance Ranking in first place as of 11/30/2013. France's Virginie Atger is second, and UAE's Abdulla Ghanim al Marri is in third. USA's Cheryl Van Deusen ranks in the top ten in 7th place.

Sweden's Maria Hagman-Eriksson and Al Tayar top the Open Combination World Endurance Ranking, with Toshiaki Hirohashi and Lucky in second. Cheryl Van Deusen and EBS Regal Majjaan rank third.

In the Open Horse World Endurance Ranking, Maria Hagman-Eriksson's Al Tayar is in first place, followed by WT Diego (ridden by Japan's Hiromi Kitaike), with Japan's Lucky in third. Cheryl Van Deusen's EBS Regal Majjaan is ranked 5th.

Uruguay's Maria Pereira tops the Young Riders World Endurance Ranking, with Argentina's Manuela Basombrio in second, and Uruguay's Joaquin Stirling third. Three USA Young Riders are in the top ten: Christina Kimery in 6th, McCamey Kimbler in 7th, and Taylor White in 8th.

In the Young Riders Combination World Endurance Ranking, USA's Taylor White and Hoover the Mover (owned by Cheryl Van Deusen) rank first. Chile's Paula Llorens Clark and Sandek are second, with Uruguay's Frederic Maidana and JQ Zarial third. USA's Christina Kimery and Rohara Royale+ are ranked fifth.

USA horses hold the first two spots in the Young Riders Horse World Endurance Ranking. Rohara Royale+ is first, and Hoover the Mover is second. Chile's Sandek is in third.

For complete rankings, see

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