A typically thrilling jump-off ride gave German maestro, Marcus Ehning, maximum points at today’s sixth leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/2017. His mount Comme Il Faut showed off his cat like jumping techniques which not only delighted the crowd but helped secure a win. Read More
The annual Paris qualifier got off to a dramatic start with several vaulters taking unexpected tumbles from their horses in the first competition, making the second vital for securing World Cup points, and this led to a fascinating two days. Read More
Boyd Exell (AUS) has proved once again to be in a class of his own in the FEI World Cup™ Driving competition in Stockholm. “My horses were very excited when they came from the warm up arena into the main arena. I tried to slow them down, but they wouldn’t let me, so I just went very fast. In the... Read More
The World Cup returned to Madrid Horse Week after its début last year to provide an incredible spectacle headed up with a top-class vaulting line-up, including multiple medal winners from past series. “In Madrid the competition is wonderful, the organisation is fantastic and the arena is beautiful.” Read More
Germany’s Isabell Werth and the lovely mare Weihegold showed exactly why they are the no. 1 partnership in the world rankings when sweeping to their second consecutive victory in the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2016/2017 Western European League on home turf at Stuttgart today. Werth produced a... Read More
After an exciting battle in the nearly sold out Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart (GER), reigning World Cup Champion IJsbrand Chardon (NED) beat his rival Boyd Exell (AUS) in the first FEI World Cup™ Driving competition of the season. Chardon set the time to beat in the second round, in which the top... Read More
The stands in the Schleyer Halle in Stuttgart were filled with enthusiastic spectators as the 16th FEI World Cup™ Driving season got underway this evening. The organization and the drivers could not have wished for a better start as they witnessed a closing battle between reigning World Cup... Read More
All the right decisions, and perhaps a good dose of Las Vegas luck, led Germany’s Christina Heineking to victory in the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Las Vegas. “It was a great course that was challenging enough,” Heineking said. “I’m very happy. The time was really close and luck was... Read More
After an exciting outdoor season with thirteen qualification competitions all over Europe, 10 top four-in-hand drivers will battle it out over eight Legs. As Chester Weber (USA, placed 4th), Michael Brauchle (GER, placed 6th) and Christoph Sandmann (GER, placed 10th) withdrew their participation,... Read More
McLain Ward (USA) and his 2016 Olympic mount HH Azur captured the win. The current World No. 4 rider delivered the only double clear effort of the evening, besting a five-man jump-off to clinch his fourth consecutive World Cup™ Jumping Toronto win. Read More

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