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Ryojiro Tanaka - Japan - Eventing Ryojiro Tanaka



Ryojiro Tanaka
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Kazuki Sado


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Shiho Mannami


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Erina Yamabe


Erina Yamabe is a showjumping rider from Japan, below you can watch Erina Yamabe in action. We have limited information on Erina Yamabe and the horses competed, if you can help please email us at riders@stableexpress.com

Erina Yamabe Horses

Vagabond King (King of Diamonds, 1984)

Erina Yamabe Competition Results

10 - La Baule, Nations Cup - 06/05/1998 - Vagabond King


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Tomoko Nakamura


Tomoko Nakamura - Japan - Dressage Rider / Horses competed by Tomoko Nakamura include Djazz F, Pacific B & Tamara

Kanae Ishita


Kanae Ishita - Japan - Endurance Rider / TYCKER TAPE (Arab Horse, sired by Tyx out of the mare Dune Bunny who is a daughter of Brusally Orzelost)

Taizo Sugitani


Taizo Sugitani is a Japanese rider who represented his country at the six consecutive olympic games from 1996 through to 2016. Taizo Sugitani comes from an equestrian family, his father Masayu Sugitani also represented Japan at the Olympics. Taizo Sugitani is based in Holland and trained by Dutch champion Henk Nooren. As well as the Olympics Taizo Sugitani also represented Japan at six world equestrian games and two world cup finals, in 2014 Taizo Sugitani won a team and induvial bronze at the Asian games.

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Taizo Sugitani Horses

Caitano, Countryman (Showjumper), Lamalushi, Mania Jolly, Obelix, Oberon (Celano, 1996), Shamira

Taizo Sugitani Competition Results

74 - World Equestrian Games, Round 2 - Team final and 2 indiv. Two rounds - 31/08/2006 - Obelix
01 - World Equestrian Games, Round 1 - Team final and 2 indiv. Two rounds - 30/08/2006 - Obelix
60 - World Equestrian Games, Team and individual Speed and handiness - 29/08/2006 - Obelix
5 - Modena, 1.40m Accumulator - 29/04/2006 - Oberon
9 - Modena, 1.50 Two phases - 29/04/2006 - Caitano
24 - Aachen, Grand Prix - 01/04/2006 - Obelix
6 - Modena, 7 Years Two phases - Fei Reg. 274.5.3 - 30/03/2006 - Shamira
6 - Modena, DoDo Speed Master - 1.40 Two rnd - 30/03/2006 - Oberon
13 - Olympics, Team - 27/08/2004 - Lamalushi
16 - Olympics, Individual - 27/08/2004 - Lamalushi
21 - World Equestrian Games, Individual - 23/08/2002 - Lamalushi
20 - World Equestrian Games, Team - 23/08/2002 - Lamalushi
11 - Olympics, Team - 27/07/2000 - Mania Jolly
25 - Olympics, Individual - 27/07/2000 - Mania Jolly
39 - World Equestrian Games, Individual - 23/08/1998 - Mania Jolly
14 - World Equestrian Games, Team - 23/08/1998 - Mania Jolly
12 - Aachen, Nations Cup - 12/07/1994 - Countryman (Showjumper)
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Atsushi Katayama


Atsushi Katayama - Japan - Showjumping Rider

Mitsuko Masui


Mitsuko Masui - Japan - Endurance Rider / Horses competed by Mitsuko Masui include Fax De Sky (Sirocco Sky x O`ara)