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The stage is set, as horses and riders settle in for an important weekend leading which will begin to reveal the still undetermined teams as well as individuals who have put their heart and souls into the ultimate goal in Equestrian sport. Read More
Simpson and The Dude are no strangers to the winner's circle at CHP, recently claiming victory in the $20,000 Open Welcome Stake with a jump-off time of 37.335 seconds. Simpson and The Dude have a storied history together, collecting numerous grand prix victories along the West Coast. The Dude,... Read More
Andrew Kocher and Laura Chapot dominated Wednesday's action at the 47th annual Lake Placid Horse Shows, presented by Sea Shore Stables LLC, with Kocher winning two classes and Chapot one. In the day's featured event, Kocher rode Uppie De Lis to victory in the $5,000 WPTZ News Channel 5 1.40-meter... Read More
The second section of the $190,000-added National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Non Pro Derby qualifier closed the show at the Oklahoma State Fair Park this evening. An exciting competition determined the finalists who will make their way back to the Jim Norick Arena on Friday, July 1, when... Read More
In Verden, something is always going on! No matter summer, winter, spring or autumn. The Verden Auctions that take place every other month already make the “Rider-Town” Verden, as the Northern city the Hannoveraner Verband calls its home is commonly called, to a go-to destination for every horse... Read More
Check out the large image gallery of photos of Steffen Peters with Legolas and Rosamunde from Rotterdam 2016. As Peters prepares for yet another Olympic competition, he keeps his favorite tack and equipment on hand. “Custom saddles are simply the best saddles on the market,” Peters says. Read More
Check back to for up to date results, Our own Mary Phelps will be on the Scene! The 22nd Manfred Swarovski Memorial Tournament from July 1 to 3 already focuses on the Olympic rings. For the Paralympic Dressage team spearheaded by Pepo Puch, the Austrian Championships are decisive... Read More
The third day of competition at the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Derby, held at the Oklahoma State Fair Park, Oklahoma City, welcomed the first go, section 1 of the $190,000-added Non Pro Derby. Riders from Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Czech Republic, Great Britain, Israel,... Read More
As competition heats up and the final Olympic qualifying events wrap up across the world, some of the top contenders for the 2016 Rio Games are entrusting the connection between their hand and their horse’s mouth to the Tota Comfort System. Read More
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named four athlete-and-horse combinations to the U.S. Olympic Dressage Team and one traveling reserve athlete-and-horse combination for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. One direct reserve horse has also been named. A direct reserve horse would be an... Read More