EQUESTRIAN: Britain's show jumpers scored a timely triumph in the Samsung Super League Nations Cup at the Dublin International Horse Show last night.
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SSL stands for Samsung Super League (jumping competition)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The duo are on the British squad due to take part in the second round of the 2008 Samsung Super League series, which takes place at the Piazza di Siena in the Italian capital of Rome.
Robert Whitaker, 22, from Cumberworth has been selected to compete for Great Britain at the 2005 Samsung Super League Nations Cup Final.
Claverdon's Nick Skelton is part of the British team at the Aachen Show in Germany this week where he will be competing in the Samsung Super League Nations Cup team competition.
Britons hit back EQUESTRIAN: Britain's showjumpers went some way to repairing their dented reputations by winning the Aga Khan Challenge Trophy, Ireland's round of the Samsung Super League, at Ballsbridge, Dublin, yesterday.
Highlights include the Samsung Super League Nations Cup in association with Failte Ireland, the Samsung International Grand Prix and the Land Rover Puissance.
Yorkshire's first lady of show jumping, Ellen Whitaker, 18, shone in her Samsung Super League debut at La Baule, France.
At the Nations Cup in Athens, the team ensured Britain's qualification for the new Samsung Super League which comes into effect in 2003.