Breeding News
Impeccable breeding, handling and riding are what it takes for the highest title in the Hunter Breeding award in the country. Read More
In the city of equestrian sports and auctions, on Friday, October 12, visitors can look forward to a varied program about horses. Read More
Craig Stanley and Habanero CWS (Idocus x Caliente DG) continued to impress the judges with their development. As the champions in the 2016 USEF Young Horse Four-Year-Old division, he and his KWPN gelding earned a score of 8.98 in the USEF Six-Year-Old Preliminary Test. Read More
Endel Ots of Wellington, Florida, rode Max Ots’ 8-year-old Hanoverian gelding Lucky Strike to the blue ribbon in the Prix St. Georges for the Markel/USEF Developing Horse Prix St. Georges Dressage National Championship with a score of 72.794 percent. Read More
Alice Tarjan and Fairouz (Frazoslis–Diva, Don Frederico) took the lead in the USEF 5-Year-Old Preliminary Test on Wednesday, accumulating impressive scores from the judges to take the first place prize at the Markel/USEF Developing Horse Dressage National Championships. Read More
Competition for the Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse Dressage National Championships began in the Dunham Ring at the Lamplight Equestrian Center. In the USEF 4-Year-Old Test, it was Emily Miles riding Sole Mio who impressed the judges to secure the victory. Read More
This is a program and a goal that requires total dedication for all involved. We recognize and appreciate the support of the our National Coach Christine Traurig, the riders, owners, breeders and grooms making the jouney to Lamplight each year. Read More
Dressage at Devon is the host of the largest open breed show in the world. This year, the Individual Breed classes (IBC) have been moved to the first day of the show, Tuesday September 25 instead of Thursday. This change will allow for a more relaxed time schedule and also will give the IBC... Read More
Many have commented this was the finest demonstration of young horse dressage talent since thie program began. "It is of utmost importance for the future of our sports, that we continue to breed better horses and that top riders develop their talent.” Mariette Sanders, Ground Jury President. Read More
With pony fever sweeping the nation, Dressage at Devon has now announced the addition of an all-new sport horse breeding division devoted to showcasing the talents of ponies. Read More

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