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Chuchle Arena Prague Will Host International Competitions for Children and Young Riders

Due date: 17/03/23

An international show jumping competition for children, juniors and young riders up to 25 years old will take place in Chuchle Arena Prague at the end of May. The event will be an important qualification test before the European Championship, as the trainers will nominate the Czech national team there.

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Published 17. 3. 2023 9:19

Brilliant Aleš Opatrný and Gentlemen shine in the CSI2*-W World Cup Prague Arena

Czech fans could not have asked for a better ending of the CSI2*-W Prague Arena international jumping competitions. Aleš Opatrný on Gentlemen vh Veldhof secured a thrilling victory in the Grand Prix after winning the jump-off.

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Published 2. 5. 2021 20:36

Skrzyczynski takes the Gold Tour on Sunday. Papoušek second, Opatrný third

For a long time it looked like the Czech Republic would win the Gold Tour on Sunday. Aleš Opatrný was the leader, then Kamil Papoušek surpassed him. In the end, however, Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski from Poland showed an even faster ride and deservedly won in the time of 58.29 seconds.

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Published 2. 5. 2021 20:35

Hoekstra's second victory in Prague. Zvára was second in the Silver Tour

Hessel Hoekstra from the Netherlands celebrated his second victory at the CSI2*-W Prague Arena on Sunday. After winning the Gold Tour on Friday, he dominated on the gelding Irocco Blue S also the Silver Tour. Second and third place went to the Czechs.

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Published 2. 5. 2021 20:33

Czech joy in the Chuchle Arena: Kristina Vítek wins

Another Czech victory at the CSI2*-W Prague Arena was secured by Kristína Vítek on Kamirez Van Orchid's. She finished the opening competition of the CSI1* Big Tour on Sunday in the best time of 59,27 seconds. She underlined this achievement adding a fifth place with Chico 419.

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Published 2. 5. 2021 20:32

Polish domination in Saturday’s Gold Tour CSI2*-W

Day 3 at Chuchle Arena Prague had a grand finale with the CSI2* Big Tour competition. Polish riders showed the best form on the 140 cm fences and took the first three positions. Dawid Kubiak on Szuler was the fastest clear rider with 63,44 seconds, followed by fellow team members Msciwoj Kiecon and Jaroslaw Skrzyczynski.

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Published 1. 5. 2021 21:34

Kamil Papoušek: Close beaten on Friday, a winner on Saturday

On Friday Czech rider Kamil Papoušek missed a win by only eight hundredths. One day later he proved his class as he won the Silver Tour on Charlyn. In the two-phase competition he beat the opposition by almost two seconds. The second place goes to Ezequiel Andres Ferro Menendez from Argentina. The third Jiří Skřivan, fourth Anna Marie Vítek and sixth Marek Klus completed the Czech success.

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Published 1. 5. 2021 21:32

Anna Marie Vítek already celebrated some nice results at the CSI2*-W

Czech young talent Anna Marie Vítek already celebrated some nice results at the CSI2*-W Prague Arena. On Saturday she added another win with Mama Mia Picobello Z and third place on Chacco’s Amke in the Big Tour CSI1*. The winning time was 34,31 seconds. The second Eliza Cholak from Bulgaria was more than 1 second slower.

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Published 1. 5. 2021 21:31

Skrzyczynski wins once again, Opatrný takes fourth place

Jaroslaw Skrzyczynsky and the 6-year-old Kentucky are hard to beat at Chuchle Arena Prague. The Polish rider again proved his great form on Saturday, as he won the CSIYH finals with the fast time 38,91 seconds. 11 riders were clear in the first round and in the jump-off. Bulgary’s Angel Niagolov took the second place, followed by Molly Hay.

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Published 1. 5. 2021 21:30

Day 3 at Chuchle Arena started with Czech joy

Local rider Viktor Skutecký was the hero of the last competition of the Small Tour. He achieved the fastest clear round on his mare Loreta and was the leader of an all-Czech winners ceremony. Emma Sophia Španko provied the second best performance was shown by Emma Sophia Španko. The top 3 was completed by Kristína Vítek.

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Published 1. 5. 2021 21:29