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Katie Laurie

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So long NZ: Katie’s moving to Australia.

Exclusive: NZ show jumping's golden girl, Katie Laurie, explains why she's moving across the Tasman. By Jane Thompson - July 29, 2016

http://horseandponymag.com/2016/07/29/long-nz-katies-moving-australia/

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Magic McVeans

By Jane Thompson -January 17, 2017

The McVean family have had a huge influence on New Zealand show jumping, and the World Cup show this weekend at Woodhill Sands was yet another example of this.

Click here for full article>> http://horseandponymag.com/2017/01/17/magic-mcveans/

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What It’s Really Like: To Be Married To A Cowboy

Katie talks to Noelle Floyd Style about life with Jackson.

click here>>http://nfstyle.com/what-its-really-like-married-to-a-cowboy-katie-mcvean-jackson-laurie/

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WORLD CUP LEIPZIG GERMANY

A single penalty robbed New Zealand rider Katie McVean of a higher place in the World Cup jumping final in Leipzig, Germany, overnight, leaving the Kiwi sixth equal.

Read more: http://www.horsetalk.co.nz/news/2011/05/010.shtml#ixzz4Jk8Sx6X3

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Katie McVean wins NZ’s Horse of the Year title – again.

Read more: http://www.horsetalk.co.nz/2014/03/23/katie-mcvean-wins-nz-horse-year-title/#ixzz4JkExC8CE

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KATIE MCVEAN SENDS WARNING FROM NORTH ISLAND CHAMPS
The Mystery Creek rider took three of the top six placings in the North Island Bayer Super League Championship – winning aboard Dunstan Daffodil, placing second in Dunstan Kiwi Iron Mark and fourth on Dunstan Zimorena G.
http://www.equestrianlife.com.au/articles/McVean-Sends-Warning-from-North-Island-Champs.

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Equestrian: MCVEAN HAVING A  YEAR TO REMEMBER.
http://m.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=10792979

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KATIE MCVEAN TAKES HORSE OF THE YEAR TITLE ON DAFFIDOL IN NEW ZEALAND.
Daffidol is the half sister to Katie Mcveans home-bred Dunstan Delphi who sold to Saudi Arabia.
http://www.worldofshowjumping.com/en/Archive/Katie-McVean-takes-the-Horse-of-the-Year-Title-on-Daffodil-in-New-Zealand.html

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McVean 1, 2, 3 at Woodhill
McVean took out the Bomac Super League Class on Dunstan Daffodil (Below).  Daffodil had one rail in the jumpoff but had a speedy time of 56.53.
http://www.zeus-sport.com/EQUESTRIANPRIVATE/News/News.aspx?ArticleID=3866

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NZ puissance record stays intact after brave efforts. 1st Equal with Billy Ramont.

When it came to the third round, the wall was set at 1.95m. McVean was first to go on Dunstan Zehrenland, who put in another gutsy effort to go clear.

Read more: http://www.horsetalk.co.nz/2013/02/01/nz-puissance-record-stays-intact-after-brave-efforts/#ixzz4JkdQE1wB

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