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Held at the beautiful Florida Horse Park February 17-19, The Florida Spring Fling welcomed drivers from around the state and country. A fantastic weekend was had by all! Read More
The Purebred Spanish Horse Stud Book (LG PRE ANCCE) registered 2850 new breeder codes—including national and international breeders—. More than 10,000 new horses were registered with the PRE Stud Book. Read More
The renowned Gothenburg Horse Show in Sweden will play host this weekend to the Final of the 16th season of the FEI World Cup™ Driving, one of the highlights on the international equestrian calendar, for the first time again since 2009. Read More
The 50th anniversary of Indoor Brabant will be celebrated with a spectacular programme on Thursday 9 March. The programme will start with an competition for eventing riders (7 pm) which was introduced last year. The competition is followed by a nostalgic journey through 50 years Indoor Brabant... Read More
Suzan Pape (GBR) and Harmony's Fiorano, a 2005 Hanoverian gelding topped the FEI Grand Prix on Saturdays with a score of 74.900%. "We scored a personal best which makes me very happy. I am very much looking forward to future challenges after I return to Europe in the beginning of March." Read More
With a little luck, and a lot of skill, O’Connor returned as the final contender in the three-horse jump-off to once again take the victory under pressure. Read More
The rider to beat would be hometown hero, Aaron Vale riding Quality on Top. The crowd gasped as they zoomed toward the finish, the lead imminent by their quick speed. They passed the timers in 38.43, a time no other could catch. Read More
Ecuador's Diego Vivero and Bijoux concluded week six of the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) with a win in the $50,000 National Grand Prix. "I have been coming to Wellington for three years," Vivero noted. "I am very happy to win because it is very competitive here and there are the most... Read More
Thirty of the country's top professionals, juniors, and amateurs tackled the two-round course, which is offered at three heights (3'6", 3'9", and 4') and designed by Patrick Rodes. For the second year in a row, Scott Stewart and Catch Me won the WCHR Peter Wetherill Palm Beach Hunter Spectacular. Read More
In our new series, which began last week; we will provide ideas each week on ways to protect people, horses, and property on your farm. Read More

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