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The first championship titles were awarded today for the USDF Region 2 Championships at Lamplight Equestrian Center. Eight riders came away with tricolor ribbons and a handful will be heading to the U.S. Dressage Finals in Lexington, Kentucky, in November. The 2016 USDF Region 2 Championships... Read More
“We are very proud of our efforts on clean sport at the FEI, working closely with our National Federations and all our athletes, and everyone involved should be proud of our clean Olympic and Paralympic Games record in 2016 and 2012”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said. “We actively educated our... Read More
"After the Olympics in Rio, I had intended on taking a little bit of a longer break, but I was back home and I got a text message from Thomas Baur asking what I was doing on these dates. I said, 'Nothing at the moment, what have you got in mind?' And he asked if I wanted to come to Central Park.... Read More
A major thunderstorm and torrential rain made conditions impossible and, with the safety of horses and riders as the top priority, the decision was made to call off the competition. “We had no choice but to call off tonight’s class”, FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Director John Roche said, “but it was... Read More
Tjalbert 460 has it all - great conformation, outstanding movement and a sweet personality to complete the package. His exceptional work ethic makes it very clear that he loves his job. He is a joy to ride while also carrying the ideal traits of a breeding stallion. Read More
Commenting on the Puissance class in general, Ward added, "It is a fun way to end the evening. It gets everybody into the competition, and I think the draw of this class is that it is something that everybody can easily understand - how high can you jump?" For Andrew Kocher, this was his first... Read More
Commenting on two victories in one night, Ward noted, "For me, it is a good comeback, because my record here is not so good. I think my best score is 16 and I think I have fallen off twice, so I was actually having a little nervous laugh about that on the way down to the ring tonight. "Carlos is... Read More
The picturesque showgrounds are bustling with dressage horses and riders from around Region 2 vying for championship titles with the goal to qualify for the 2016 U.S. Dressage Finals in Lexington, Kentucky, in November. Championship classes will begin on Friday so many riders took advantage of... Read More
On the third day of competition, the National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) European Derby & Pre Futurity offered the Open and Non Pro Consolation. Those riders that did not automatically qualify for the finals in the two divisions today had a last chance to fight for a spot in the draw.... Read More
The National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) is pleased to announce an exhilarating reining event to take place during the 2016 NRHA Futurity & Adequan® North American Affiliate Championship. Formally known as the NRHA World Championship Shootout, the competition falls under a new name and... Read More

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