The FEI has released a horsemanship competence research paper, which is based on a study by Stefanie Krysiak after an in-depth literature review along with qualitative, semi-structured interviews with 105 individuals from six continents, 30 different countries, in eight equestrian disciplines and... Read More
Olympic individual silver medal winner Ulla Salzgeber has decided to say goodbye to her competition career and she will be focusing solely on training students. Read More
The 2017 CDI New York at the Central Park Horse Show on 22 - 23 September has been cancelled after the withdrawal of the two invited top riders, Isabell Werth and Carl Hester. Read More
Chase Hickok's successful whirlwind competition trip in Europe ended in distress with her Grand Prix horse Sagacious HF testing positive to glanders in quarantine. Read More
Helen Langehanenberg has lost the ride on her rising Grand Prix horse Suppenkasper. The 9-year old Dutch warmblood gelding has been sold to Akiko Yamazaki, long-time sponsor of American Grand Prix rider Steffen Peters. Read More
The 21-year old Hexagons Ollright has passed away at his home in Great Britain on Monday morning 22 May 2017. Read More
The 2016 Global Dressage Forum at Hof Kasselmann in Hagen, Germany, is approaching fast on 10 - 11 October 2016. Some of the world's best dressage riders are lined up to speak at this two-day educational event Read More
One could hardly do better. It was another exceptional test for the British rider, who performed on Sunday in the ZettaSportMusic Grand Prix Special at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art; there were no seats left around the arena and the spectators’ attention was truly caught by the... Read More
Finally, good news for Europe’s young international dressage competitors. The Oliva Nova facilities, habitual organiser of the MET (Mediterranean Equestrian Tour), will be hosting the European Dressage Championships for Young Riders, Juniors and Children in 2016. From 19th to 24th of July, the... Read More
On-form French rider, Penelope Leprevost, comes to Jumping Verona 2015 this week with the possibility of making it a hat-track of wins in the Western European League, and also of becoming only the second female rider to win the Italian leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping series. Read More


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