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There are two sides to the human and equine athlete combination, and both play and equally important part if they are to reach for success at the highest level.
There are two sides to the human and equine athlete combination, and both play and equally important part if they are to reach for success at the highest level.
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The Stephex Stables has sold their 10-year-old BWP mare Happiness van’t Paradijs to Mexico. Under Daniel Deusser, the mare was very successful in 5* classes, including Valkenswaard, Stuttgart and Doha, and also won the Longines Master of Hong Kong this year. The Obourg daughter was schooled by Jonna Ekberg, another Stephex Stables rider, before Deusser took over the reins. Ekberg rode the BWP mare into the spotlight at the World Championships for six-year-olds, making it into the final.

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