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Apr 23, 2014
Here are some photos from the jumping competition took place at the International Equestrian Sports Complex in Ashgabat on April 23d. The horses went two rounds, the first at 110cm and then 120cm.
Bori ridden by B. Garrajayew took first place, next was Gokdere ridden by D. Atayew, and third was Yedigaya ridden by A. Ballyyew.
You can see all of the photos in the Turkmen Horse Holiday 2014 gallery.
Baydak ridden by R. Nurberdiyew:
Ekstrim ridden by D. Kanayew:
Gokdere ridden by D. Atayew:
Yedigaya ridden by A. Ballyyew:
Bori ridden by B. Garrajayew:
Toplum ridden by B. Sanazarow:
Matlap ridden by C. Ballyyew:
Yerbent II ridden by F. Zaripowa:
The judges, including Mino Denti from Akhal Teke Italia:
And another of my favourite Turkmen jumper, F. Zaripowa on Yerbent II:
You can see all of the photos in the Turkmen Horse Holiday 2014 gallery. I used a D4 with a 50mm 1.4 lens for all these shots.
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