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In an effort to strengthen their growing partnership, Vanderveen felt the class gave her an opportunity to test Bull Run's Faustino De Tili, as the pair have not contested many speed classes together. She explained, "Actually, it was great I got to do a speed. I haven't had a real chance to... Read More
No German rider has won the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials (GBR), fourth leg of the FEI Classics™ 2015/2016, in its 67-year history, but two of them are currently heading the leaderboard after the first day of Dressage and few would bet against this being the year that history is made.... Read More
Tina and Jaimey Irwin enjoy training Young Riders and Junior riders for competition and their success at polishing future dressage stars was evident during the recent winter show season in Wellington, Florida. Read More
Andrew Bourns, owner and operator of Bourns Sport Horses, sets extremely high standards for the top-of-the-line Grand Prix show jumping horses that he and his family produces to compete on the world stage. Read More
In modern times, Olympic champions Mark Todd (NZL), Matt Ryan (AUS), Blyth Tait (NZL), David O’Connor (USA), Leslie Law (GBR) and Hinrich Romeike (GER), along with many other Olympic medalists had all won, or been highly placed, at the world’s oldest CCI4*. As Event Director Hugh Thomas says: “No... Read More
The so called “green” season, meaning the outdoor season is starting in Europe. Over the past couple of month, most horses and riders have been training indoors due to the cold and rainy German winters. Read More
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named nine athlete-and-horse combinations to the squad for the European Observation Events as part of the selection process for the 2016 U.S. Read More
Michael Jung of Germany became the second rider to win the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Rolex, on the same horse in two consecutive years by riding Fischerrocana FST to a 13.3-point victory. His winning score (39.2) easily bested Lauren Kieffer on Veronica (52.5) and Maya Black on... Read More
With only three teams in action it was a short and snappy affair, but once again the much-loved Nations Cup format produced spell-binding sport. Winners at the opening leg in Ocala (USA) two months ago, it was Team USA that started as firm favourites. But the home side just proved too good for... Read More
The iconic saddle manufacturing and fitting company Custom Saddlery returned this year as a platinum sponsor of the 2016 Intercollegiate Dressage Association (IDA) National Championships. Read More

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