Winning Round Elizabeth Madden | Ocala 2016 | FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping

Get ready for Ocala, host of the first Qualifying leg of the North and Central-American and Carribean League of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping.

We take a look back at the performance of Elizabeth Madden, winner of last years’ competition in Ocala who has also a good chance to receive a ticket to this years’ final in Barcelona – but the other competitors will fight hard at well. Don’t miss any minute and join us on

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