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  • n. Plural form of showjumper.


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  • Outbreaks of African horse sickness have in the past killed racehorses and showjumpers in large numbers.

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  • Fans will see Usain Bolt sprinting down the track in a new 80,000-seat Olympic Stadium, beach volleyball players dueling on the sand in Horse Guards Parade, triathletes splashing in Hyde Park's Serpentine, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal stepping back onto Centre Court at Wimbledon, archers firing their arrows at Lord's cricket ground and showjumpers clearing fences at Greenwich Park.

  • The Whitakers are extraordinary, boasting a long list of elite showjumpers in their lineage, and the Charltons are probably the best-known siblings to have graced a football field.

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  • Cooper's novel takes equal joy in the physical accomplishments of its heroes, two male showjumpers, whose rivalry reaches its sweaty climax at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, by when no character, of any species, has been left unstraddled.

    The Guardian World News

  • Mr Woodford, 51, and his fiance, Madeline White, are keen riders and amateur showjumpers. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • British showjumpers win right to stay in elite cup - Articles related to Japan suspends beef exports over foot-and-mouth

  • The organisers hope to beat last year's record of 70,000 visitors with even more flocking to the Balmoral Show to enjoy the sights and sounds of the countryside - everything from prize-winning cattle, sheep, pigs and horses to showjumpers and motocross stars. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • "We shall measure our success by how many foals we produce that later become international showjumpers, not by how many foals we register," said Dr Thomas Reed, Managing Director and Breeding Director of the WSI. Headlines

  • WSI's mission is to help breeders produce international showjumpers that will compete in international Grand Prix, Nations Cup, World Cup, and Championship classes. Headlines

  • The Studbook will conduct stallion and mare inspections and the focus is on breeding stock that has clear potential to produce international showjumpers. Headlines


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