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1 FEI European Eventing Championships for Young Riders & Juniors 2016 - Presented By Saudia Airlines PRESS KIT INDEX Main Hosting Nations.…………………………………………………………….………PAG.2 Italian venues…………………………………………………………………………………PAG.2 History overview……………….……………………………………………………………PAG.3 All Time European medal table/count……………………………………………PAG.4 Defending champions…………….………………………………………………………PAG.4 Italian European Junior medals.……………………………………………………PAG.5 Italian European Young Riders medals…………………………………………PAG.8 Military Equestrian Centre-Montelibretti: Facts and Figures…….…PAG.9 Course Designer Giuseppe Della Chiesa - Identikit…………….…….PAG.14

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    FEI European Eventing Championships

    for Young Riders & Juniors 2016 - Presented By Saudia Airlines

    PRESS KIT

    INDEX

    Main Hosting Nations..PAG.2 Italian venuesPAG.2 History overview.PAG.3 All Time European medal table/countPAG.4 Defending champions.PAG.4 Italian European Junior medals.PAG.5 Italian European Young Riders medalsPAG.8 Military Equestrian Centre-Montelibretti: Facts and Figures.PAG.9 Course Designer Giuseppe Della Chiesa - Identikit..PAG.14

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    MAIN HOSTING NATIONS

    GREAT BRITAIN: 16 editions (9 juniors/7 young riders) GERMANY: 14 editions (8 juniors/ 6 young riders) FRANCE: 14 editions (10 juniors/4 young riders)

    ITALIAN VENUES

    Pratoni del Vivaro 1974, Juniors

    Pratoni del Vivaro 1983, Juniors

    Pratoni del Vivaro 1987, Juniors

    Torino 1991, Young Riders

    Pratoni del Vivaro 1994, Juniors

    Pratoni del Vivaro 1997, Young Riders

    Pratoni del Vivaro 2000, Juniors

    Pratoni del Vivaro 2004, Juniors

    Montelibretti 2016, Young Riders and Juniors

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    HISTORY OVERVIEW

    Junior European Championships The very first edition of the Eventing Junior European Championships should have taken place in Italy in 1966 (Monza), but the event was cancelled due to an outbreak leaving Eridge (Great Britain, 1967) to host the inaugural show the following year. In 1967 competitors were fighting for individual glory only. France had a good start thanks to Alain Dominique Souchon who took top honours riding Roi dAsturie. France was also the very first nation to conquer a team gold medal. French riders (Jean-Claude Lemignier/Oke B, Elizabeth Pellegrin/Armistice, Philippe Giraud/Gallax, Gerald Hovelacque/La Chatte) conquered the title on home ground in Craon, in 1968, the very first time the team competition was introduced. 2016 will be the 51st edition of the Junior European Eventing Championships as the event wasnt held in 1975 due to another outbreak. Young Rider European Championships Eventing young riders had their first European Championship back in 1981 in Achselschwang (Germany). Although Great Britain took team gold, France captured yet another gold medal with Olivier Depangne and Destrier being the best individual combination. The 2016 Young Riders edition is the 38th.

    ALL-TIME CONTINENTAL MEDAL TABLE/COUNT

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    Juniors

    GREAT BRITAIN: 32 gold medals (16 individual/16 team) GERMANY: 30 gold medals (15 individual/15 team)

    FRANCE: 16 gold medals (9 individual/7 team)

    Young Riders GREAT BRITAIN: 31 gold medals (12 individuals/19 teams)

    GERMANIA: 23 gold medals (14 individuals/9 teams) FRANCIA: 7 gold medals (3 individuals/4 teams)

    DEFENDING CHAMPIONS

    Juniors In 2015 (Bialy Bor, Poland) Germany took both individual (Johanna Zantop on FBW Santanas Boy) and team gold (Johanna Zantop/FBW Santanas Boy, Hanna Knueppel/Carismo 22, Romina Engelbert/High Speedy, Lara Schapmann/Quinzy Royal). Young Riders In 2015 (Strzegom, Polonia) Great Britain took both the individual and the team title (Will Furlong/Livingstone, Ella Hitchman/Rocky Rockstar, Isabella Innes Ker/Carolyn, Emily King/Loxley). Individual gold went to Will Furlong aboard Livingstone.

    ITALIAN EUROPEAN JUNIOR MEDALS

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    16 team medals (3 gold, 4 silver, 9 bronze)

    Francesca Banchelli/Joker dHelby, Martina Camilla Crippa/Jenga, Francesca Malaspina/Cancun, Umberto Riva/Milady de la Loge (Bad Segeberg 2010, Germania) - BRONZE

    Pietro Sandei/Romario, Umberto Riva/Ledoux Song dEt, Domiziana Cardinali/Nova Top, Carola Cenci/Val de Roches (Waregem 2009, Belgio) - BRONZE

    Filippo Tabarini/Arnoldo, Martina Sgarzani/Faramon, Evelina Bertoli/Elektra, Luca Bommino/Allegra (Pardubice 2003, CZE) - GOLD

    Carlotta Mimosa Bossi/Il Trovatore, Vittoria Panizzon/Grommet, Luca Roman/Voyage, Alice Bertoli/Sundowner (Pratoni del Vivaro 2000) - BRONZE

    Carola Giuliani/Silver Shuttel, Silvia Bazzani/Ballyneskin, Vincenzo Cinelli/Belle King, Ciro Lorenzo Maizub/Gold (Blair Castle 1996, Gran Bretagna) - BRONZE

    Lucia Vizzini/Mary Poppins, Antonio Giovannoni/Stormy Weather, Valentina Vitali/Urferilon, Mattia Ricci/Washington (Pratoni del Vivaro 1994) - SILVER

    Marco Biasia/Nobelio, Lucia Vizzini/ Quintetto, Giovanni Menchi/Artic Squire, Mattia Ricci/Washington (Loughanmore 1993, Irlanda) - ORO

    Stefano Brecciaroli/Blue J, Antonio Rusticoni/Moon Raker, Lisa Argentieri/Semy Valley, Sara Pescetto/Baby Bodigo (Langenhagen 1992, Germania) - GOLD

    Stefania Mieli/ Shannon Lass, Maria Speranza Gardini/ Beneharnum, Nicola Delli Santi/ Kub De Pic, Andrea Orelli/ Master Song (Dijon 1988, Francia) - BRONZE

    Andrea Verdina/Kub De Pic, Francesca Pozzi/Javelot de lIlle, Stefania Mieli/Shannon Lass, Allegra Giuliani Ricci/Marfil du Moulin (Pratoni del Vivaro 1987) - SILVER

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    Fabio Magni/Isotope, Giovanni Pozzi/Kub de Pic, Alberto Casolari/Woldsman, Lara Villata/Litigation (Rotherfield park 1985, Gran Bretagna) - SILVER

    Francesco Girardi/Fe Arabica, Raffaella Loi/Missile, Giovanni Pozzi/Birthday Cottage, Sara Sartori/Gabroche P (Drzonkow 1984, Polonia) - BRONZE

    Monica Martignoni/Fieldman, Cristina Piceni/Zaratustra del Terriccio, Laura Vitali/Trevor P, Geremia Toia/Zar della Minerva (Pratoni del Vivaro 1983) - SILVER

    Dimitri Paoli/Quisito, Marco de Sanctis/Alex del Giglio, Nice, Attolico/Toscanello (Saint Fargeau 1981, Francia) - BRONZE

    Marina Sciocchetti/Quadrifoglio, Anna Casagrande/Greenway, Andrea Martini/Ring Leader, Paolo Margi/Tornilo - (Lage-Siekkrug 1976, Germania) - BRONZE

    Niki Milani/Bongal, Giovanni Bossi/Flaminio, Vicky Prandoni/Sioux, Massimo Recchi/Timely (Pompadour 1973, Francia) - SILVER

    Fabio Giuliani/Harvest Moon, Mil Borromeo/Rosario, Flavio del Grande/Killbridge, Roberto Macinai/Cambridge (Wesel 1971, Germania) - BRONZE

    12 individual medals (4 gold, 2 silver, 6 bronze)

    Evelina BERTOLI/Elektra (Pratoni del Vivaro 2004) - BRONZE

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    Vittoria PANIZZON /Grommet (Pratoni del Vivaro 2000) - GOLD

    Lucia VIZZINI/Mary Poppins (Pratoni del Vivaro 1994) - SILVER

    Marco BIASIA/Nobelio (Loughanmore 1993, Irlanda) - GOLD

    Lucia VIZZINI/Quintetto (Loughanmore 1993, Irlanda) - BRONZE

    Stefano BRECCIAROLI/Blue J (Langenhagen 1992, Germania) - GOLD

    Marco BIASIA/Pegaso (Langenhagen 1992, Germania) - BRONZE

    Fabio FANI CIOTTI/Semy Valley (Vittel 1990, Francia) - BRONZE

    Lara VILLATA (Litigation (Drzonkow 1984, Polonia) - GOLD

    Laura VITALI/Trevor P (Pratoni del Vivaro 1983) - SILVER

    Alessandro MISEROCCHI/Friday (Pompadour 1973, Francia) - BRONZE

    Fabio GIULIANI/Harvest Moon (Wesel 1971, Germania) - BRONZE

    ITALIAN EUROPEAN YOUNG RIDER MEDALS

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    7 team medals (2 silver, 5 di bronze)

    Federico Riso/Well Measured, Mattia Luciani/Flying Brinkmann, Sara Breschi/Riva Ruel, Stella Benatti/Monarc Du Parc (Kreuth 2008, Germania) - BRONZE

    Vittoria Panizzon/Rock Model, Emiliano Portale/Subic Bay, Francesco Cerulli Irelli/Mixed Message, Francesco Zaza/Rivo del Terriccio (Bialy Bor 2003, Polonia) - BRONZE

    Valentina Vitali/Willownook Wahts It, Giovanni Menchi/Bazooka, Marco Biasia/Dow Jones, Elisa Bonella/Halley (Wiendorf 1996, Austria) - BRONZE

    Lisa Argentieri/Master Song, Marco Biasia/Dow Jones, Lavinia Guffanti/Camlin Chara, Mattia Ricci/Glitter (Achselschwang 1995, Germania) - BRONZE

    Andrea Orelli/Master Song, Andrea Delli Santi/Nobelio, Alessandro Attolico/Steal a March, Luca Gardini/ Gaio di Roncigliano (Torino 1991) - SILVER

    Andrea Verdina/Master Song, Maria Speranza Gardini/Beneharnum, Andrea Orelli/Nic De Bon Pre, Francesca Pozzi/Moreado (Rotherfield Park 1990, Gran Bretagna) - BRONZE

    Ferdinando Acerbi/Kim De Bellevue, Francesco Girardi/Moreado, Alberto Casolari/Wooldsman, Lara Villata/Rusby (Rotherfield Park 1986, Gran Bretagna) - SILVER.

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    6 individual medals (4 silver, 2 bronze)

    Eleonora Boschi/Hotchkiss McManus (Malmo 2012, Svezia) SILVER

    Luca Roman/Fute Vergoignan Pardubice 2006, CZE) - SILVER

    Vittoria Panizzon/Rock Model (Bialy Bor 2003, Polonia) SILVER

    Corrado Montoneri/Knights Templar (Pratoni del Vivaro 1997) BRONZE

    Stefano Brecciaroli/Pinezzo (Blenheim 1994, Gran Bretagna) BRONZE

    Francesco Girardi/Moreado (Bialy Bor 1987, Polonia) - SILVER

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    MILITARY EQUESTRIAN CENTRE-MONTELIBRETTI FACTS AND FIGURES

    Brief Historical Facts

    The Military Equestrian Center (Centro Militare di Equitazione) traces its roots back to 1823 in Venaria Reale (near Turin) where, starting in 1849, it began operating in synergy with the Pinerolo Cavalry School. It is in this environment that, within the Tor di Quinto (near Rome) detachment, Army Captain Federico Caprilli (1868 1907) developed the modern style of horse riding which became common practice at the beginning of the 20th century. The Military Equestrian Center has been active since 1949 under the name National Military Horse Riding Center (Centro Militare Ippico Nazionale). 1955: It was transformed into the Pre-Olympic Military Horse Riding Center, reporting directly to the Army Chief of Staff, the Center became the fulcrum of the rebirth of horse riding in the Second Post-War. In 1969 it was renamed the Military Horse Riding School (Scuola Militare di Equitazione).

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    In 1993, the Cavalry School was re-established, and included the Military Horse Riding School. In 1998, the Cavalry School transferred to Lecce in the heel of Italy, and the Riding Centre of Montelibretti was labeled Military Horse Riding Center.

    Current Mission Training of military horses and riders. Training of young horses born at the Military Veterinary Center. Coordination of the various Military Equestrian Centers around the country. Logistics and administrative support for the Military Veterinary Center. Organizing international 3-day event competitions.

    Activities

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    Horse riding instruction and training for commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers, and enlisted personnel, as well as civilian personnel selected by the Italian Equestrian Federation (Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri, or FISE). Practicing hippotherapy, in support of Co.Ci.S. (Citizens' Committee for Integration and Solidarity) - NPO of Montelibretti. Support to the Italian Red Cross for annual conventions and charity events. Support to the Italian Red Cross for training of personnel deployed to war-torn areas, such as Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Balkans.

    Structure

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    The Military Horse Riding Center covers an area of 532 hectares.

    6 sand arenas Sapiente mt. 50 x 90

    Tokyo Joe (indoor) mt. 20 x 60 Easter Light mt. 60 x 80

    Bertolotti mt 40 x 60 Carradori mt. 40 x 50

    Lequio mt. 50 x 60 Piacentini mt. 40 x 60

    3 indoor arenas

    Caprilli mt. 24 x 62 Corsi mt. 20 x 40

    Tokyo Joe mt. 20 x 60

    2 grass arenas

    Piazza di Siena mt 54 x 156 Olimpico Mt 75 x 130

    3 galloping tracks

    Piazza di Siena 400mt (sand)

    Prato Lungo 700mt (sand) Canalone 550 mt uphill (grass)

    44 hectares destined for cross country

    250 permanent boxes

    GIUSEPPE DELLA CHIESA Identikit of the Course Designer

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    Date of birth: 14 August 1958. He lives in Rome, where he was born. Started riding at the age of 8. His father was a horse breeder and a rider and trained with Costante DInzeo (Piero and Raimondos father). First competition: age 13 (he started in racing). First eventing competition: aged 22 in Montelibretti while in the Army and Piero DInzeo was his commander.

    Currently he competes in: show-jumping. Started course-designing in 1997. Actually he is FEI Course Designer Level 3*/4* which means he is qualified to design courses for Olympic Games, World and European Championships. Only few others course designer in Italy hold the same qualification.

    CURRICULUM Show director 1998 WEG -

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    Pratoni del Vivaro (Eventing & Driving) F.E.I. - Eventing Technical Committee member (2000-2004) FEI Eventing Technical Advisor - Athens 2004 Olympic Games FEI Course Designer - European Eventing Senior Championships 2007 (Pratoni del Vivaro) FEI Eventing Technical Delegate - Beijing Olympics Games 2008 FEI Course Designer - Badminton Horse Trials (2014-2016) From 2009 he is member of FEI Bureau and acts as FEI Eventing Technical Committee President (2009-2016). Giuseppe Della Chiesas philosophy: Designing tracks comply with the level required by each event. It is the right way to respecting the identity of the competitions and to finding out the real winner.