The crowd held their breath in round one as Madden guided Abigail Wexner’s 12-year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion clear in his very first major championship. Ryan (Long Valley, N.J.) and von Eckermann both jumped clean rounds before her, adding to the pressure heading into the final round of the... Read More
Though rising star for the United States, Laura Graves, topped the field on Friday in the Grand Prix, when it counted the most, the reigning champion Isabell Werth used her experience to jump into the lead to claim her fourth FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final title at the conclusion of Saturday’s... Read More
Laura Graves (30) has been threatening the supremacy of German superstar, Isabell Werth (48), for some time now and today, when it really mattered, the American pinned the most medalled athlete in the history of equestrian sport into runner-up spot in the Grand Prix at the FEI World Cup™ Dressage... Read More
Thirty-seven horses took part in this class that had some big surprises...good ones as well as bad ones. Among the good ones, this "comeback" of Daniel Deusser and Cornet d'Amour who was injured last year, as well as a perfect course by another German, Marcus Ehning, in ambush in fourth place... Read More
“It’s awesome to be back in Europe and I’m excited to represent the United States in the World Cup in Paris. This will be my first World Cup and I have never been to Paris!” says former USDF Grand Prix Champion Horse of the Year rider, FEI World Equestrian Games veteran and Horse of Course... Read More
German Isabell Werth starts as the big favourite at the FEI Dressage World Cup Final, especially if she chooses to saddle her "parade" mare Weihegold, which is not yet certain: "For the moment it is 50-50." Read More
The 2018 Final looks set to be a superb piece of sporting theatre, with a fascinating cast of players and the prospect of a whole series of electrifying performances when the curtain is raised at the AccorHotels Arena in the French capital city. Read More
With the biggest smile on her face that said it all as she strutted down the centreline for the final time, defending series champion, Germany’s Isabell Werth (48), nailed her fourth win of the season at the last qualifier of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League in ’s... Read More
The extraordinary ups and downs of sport were highlighted once again today when Helen Langehanenberg (35) and Damsey sealed a superb victory at the seventh leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League on home soil in Neumünster, Germany. See why she won't make it to Paris. Read More
The road to the World Cup Final Paris in April ramps up miles for US Jumper rider Beezie Madden to traveled to California to earn needed points. Read More

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