The Longines FEI World Cup Final takes place in Las Vegas on the 15-19 of April 2015, and the different leagues are well on their way with their qualifications.
Three leagues have concluded, and the league winners have been announced. The Central Asian League was won by Rinat Galimov, while Daniel Zhao won the China League and Camilo Rueda the South American North League.
The rest of the leagues still have qualifiers remaining and the standings in the different leagues are as follows:
Abdelkebir Ouaddar is on top of the Arab League, ahead of Hamad Ali Mohamed A Al Attiyah, Ahmad Saber Hamcho, Bassem Hassan Mohammed and Abdullah Al Sharbatly.
The Australian League sees Clem Smith on top, ahead of Billy Raymont, Matthew Afford, Shane Davidson and Tim Clarke.
The Caucasian League has only had eight competitors so far and Kanan Novruzov is in the lead.
Andrius Petrovas is in the lead of the Central European League – Northern Subleague with 75 points. Right behind him with 74 point is Michal Kazmierczak and with 73 points Kristaps Neretnieks.
When it comes to the Central European League – Southern Subleague it is Tomaz Laufer that is in pole position ahead of Sencer Can, Omer Karaevli, Angel Niagolov and Urh Bauman.
Yoshimasa Hayashi is in the lead of the Japan League with 52 points – the same amount of points as second placed Tae Sato.
The New Zealand League is another league with few competitors so far – only ten. Here Bridget Hansen is in the lead ahead of Katie McVean and Helen McNaught.
Todd Minikus, Richie Moloney, Leslie Burr-Howard, Beezie Madden and Candice King is the top five in the North America East Coast League.
The North America West Coast League’s nr one is Rich Fellers ahead of Vinton Karrasch, Susan Artes, Tiffany Sullivan and Eduardo Menezes.
Nicole Horwood is rank nr one in the South African League followed by Barry Taylor and Shaun Neill.
Artemus De Almeida is ahead on the score board in the South American South League – a league with 53 competitors so far. Rank two is held by Sergio Henriques Neves Marins and rank three by Marcelo Chirico Ferreira.
Only five competitors has so far competed in the South East Asian League and Siengsaw Lertratanachai is in the lead with 9 points.
In the last league – the Western European League – Steve Guerdat is in the lead ahead of Jur Vrieling, Kevin Staut, Reed Kessler and Marlon Modolo Zanotelli.