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More than 2,500 fans watched eagerly at 8:30 a.m. as the Ground Jury for the 2016 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover, evaluated the fitness to continue of the horses that had completed the previous day's cross-country phase. Members Ernst Topp of Germany, Sandy Phillips of... Read More
Jung, 33, gave spectators and his fellow competitors a lesson in how to ride confidently and accurately around one of the world's most difficult cross-country courses, designed by Derek di Grazia. Seeming oblivious to the conditions, he rode aggressively forward to every jump, often appearing to... Read More
The world number one gave a masterclass in brave, accurate riding in difficult conditions, as pouring rain and wind made Derek di Grazia’s course a true test of horsemanship. Jung took the most economic lines and encouraged his gallant mare all the way, finishing the course with a flourish and... Read More
Mark Bellissimo, managing partner of WEP, commented, "We are honored to become the stewards of this important venue and are inspired to take Wellington to a new height of world-class equestrian sport, equestrian lifestyle, and community engagement." The strategic acquisition creates a network of... Read More
While Jung has a wide scoring gap between him and Springer and Little, they don't have much of a gap behind them: There are 27 horses between Little's mark of 42.5 and the 50 penalties scored by Landmark's Monte Carlo and Lauren Kieffer. Another 15 horses are crowded between 50.0 penalties and 55... Read More
Devon Heir is a gorgeous, elite, AHS registered, Hanoverian stallion with impeccable bloodlines! High scoring Hanoverian at his 100 day Test in 2004, and winner of the American Hanoverian Society Licensing, West Coast. Read More
Tim and Cathy Jennings of Flashpoint Bloodstock, LLC, and Sporthorseauctions.com are pleased to announce that the unveiling of their new, mobile friendly online auction in the April Internet Auction was a huge success. Read More
“On Friday, Basje and I were lucky enough to be last to go in the jump-off, so I knew what I had to do,” said Chopping of his winning ride in the $25,000 Brook Ledge Grand Prix. “This time, we were on the opposite end of things, going first in the first round and in the jump-off.” They blazed... Read More
After months of thorough investigation and consultation with all parties involved, the organisation of Outdoor Brabant made the decision to add the national jumping and dressage competitions, that normally take place during Outdoor Brabant, as side events to the FEI World Driving Championship... Read More
Michael Jung of Germany took dead aim on becoming only the second rider win the Rolex Grand Slam by emphatically grabbing the lead at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover, riding Fischerrocana FST to an outstanding dressage score of 34.4 penalties. Read More

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