Today on #MartyMonday let’s listen to what Harrie Smolders of The Netherlands had to say after his win in the World Cup Qualifier at the Las Vegas National Horse Show that earned him big points toward qualifying for next April’s Longines FEI World Cup Finals in Las Vegas.

Today, Inside the World Cup with Marty Bauman recaps the top jumping officials announced for the the 2015 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Finals. For more, please visit http://bit.ly/11gZxOI.

Although it won’t be announced until later this week, for this week’s #MartyMonday we’re happy to share with you the impressive slate of Officials that Las Vegas Events, Inc. has put together for the 2015 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Finals, next April in Las Vegas. President of the Ground Jury is Kim Morrison of Canada, who will be joined on the Ground Jury by David Distler, Neil O’Connor, and Jack Robson, all of the U.S., and Sven Holmberg of Sweden. The Course Designer will be Anthony D’Ambrosio of the U.S., while Leopoldo Palacios of Venezuela will serve as Technical Delegate. President of the Appeal Committee will be Cesar Hirsch of Venezuela. Maria Hernek of Sweden is Overall Chief Steward, Debbie Sands of the U.S. is Chief Jumping Steward, and Kate Horgan of Ireland will be the EU Steward. The Final will be managed by Stephanie Wheeler of Blenheim EquiSports. Outstanding officials for an outstanding global event! Pictured here are Anthony D’Ambrosio (top), Leopoldo Palacios (bottom left) and Kim Morrison (bottom right).

Big news for tonight in Las Vegas. World Cup Finals Champion and Olympian Rich Fellers, Olympian Reed Kessler, World Equestrian Games Medalist Lucy Davis are HERE in VEGAS competing TONIGHT in the #VegasNational at the South Point Equestrian Arena. Forty plus show jumpers will vy for the top prize in the grand prix. Plus a RAFFLE for FEI WORLD CUP FINALS TICKETS and more... The fun begins at 7:30p.m. ADMISSION IS FREE. See you there!

In today's #FlashbackFriday we celebrate the legendary show jumping horse Shutterfly, who competed in a total of seven FEI World Cup Finals (2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2011). Ridden by Germany’s Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum, Shutterfly won three World Cup Finals (2005, 2008, and 2009) of which two came in Las Vegas (2005 and 2009). Their three victories together are historic, as Meredith remains the only woman rider to have won three FEI World Cup Jumping titles!

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