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This afternoon Vitalis convincingly won the Stallions of the Year Prix St. George class with his Norwegian rider Isabel Freese (74.298%). The chestnut stallion, sire of Victoria’s Secret, the talented winner of the qualifications for the five-year-olds yesterday, showed where the mare got her... Read More
To make it a complete final of 15 three more 5-year-old finalists have qualified through the consolation final today at the FEI/WBFSH Young Horse Championships! Read More
Twofold world champion Sezuan succeeded to impress the judges that granted him the ultimate grade for his perspective as a dressage horse at the Longines FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses! Read More
"I think that this competition is invaluable. When you have an opportunity to compete against people who are riding at your level, but then have a chance to ride against people from different countries at the same time, you form bonds that you have for the rest of your life," said Hansen. "To... Read More
The team to beat was Laura Chapot of Neshanic Station, New Jersey, and Out of Ireland, owned by The Edge. After an eight-place finish in last week’s Brook Ledge sponsored class, the two captured a major upgrade with the Week V blue ribbon. Chapot also reaped the red ribbon piloting Umberto, owned... Read More
The quality of this group was very good, which became clear as the top 12 all scored more than 80%. Chairman of the judges Francis Verbeek: “We have seen fantastic horses that possess lots of quality. Gorgeous horses that in general showed three good gaits. The top distinguished themselves today... Read More
The light-footed trot gets a 9. The canter is like a textbook example: since we are not allowed to grade an 11, he receives a 10. Severo presented the stallion in a fantastic manner and as the test proceeded, the harmony improved even more: a 9.5. What a talented horse, for his prospectiveness we... Read More
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Sophie Simpson (18, Westlake, Calif.) and Why Not, capitalized on their first trip around the International Ring, capturing the win with a total score of 37.72, while loftier goals lie ahead of the duo in the team and individual portion of the competition. Read More
The Region 1 Young Riders took to the top podium, earning the Gold medal, while the combined team from Canada, composed of riders from Ontario, Manitoba, and Alberta, took the Silver medal. The team of three individuals representing Region 4/5/7 for the U.S. received the Bronze medal. Read More

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