• FEI World Individual Dressage Ranking Number 1: Isabell Werth (GER) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

    FEI World Individual Dressage Ranking Number 1: Isabell Werth (GER) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

  • Longines Rankings Show Jumping Number 1: Kent Farrington (USA) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

    Longines Rankings Show Jumping Number 1: Kent Farrington (USA) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

  • FEI World Eventing Athlete Rankings Number 1: Michael Jung (GER) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

    FEI World Eventing Athlete Rankings Number 1: Michael Jung (GER) Photo: Hippo Foto/Dirk Caremans

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The equestrian world should look at the racing world and its broad use of syndication to get more owners involved to provide a much needed boost to the sport.

After Eric van der Vleuten relinquished his position as Chef d’Equipe for the Spanish jumping riders, the Spanish Federation has now reached an accord with his compatriot Henk Nooren, who was already training the Spanish junior and young riders. Eric van der Vleuten and Henk Nooren joined the Spanish team together in 2014, but Van der Vleuten laid down his job as trainer of the senior team when he planned to focus completely on his own sporting career once more. The main targets for the Spanish Equestrian Federation are the World Cup finals, the Nations Cup final, the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon and the qualification for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. 

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