“I think this is a team that can consistently go clear and, hopefully, will be good enough to get us on the medal podium in Tryon in September. I hope they’ll be my FEI World Equestrian Games team,” Chester Weber said. Read More
Lauren Tisbo took top honors in Saturday’s $35,000 CSI3* Longines World Ranking Competition aboard Tequestrian Farms’ Jeleena de Muze, beating a field of 21 international show jumpers for the blue ribbon. Read More
Scott Adcox, Sarasota, FL, piloted Nupafeed Auto Pilot and Pepe to the Intermediate Pair Horse title at Live Oak International. Looking to gain experience for his pair, Adcox had three cones faults and 10.44 time faults for a weekend score of 185.39. Read More
Jennifer Thompson, Lodi, WI, carefully maneuvered her own Funnominial C.G. to take home the Intermediate Single Horse Championship title at Live Oak International. Her 0.21 time penalties brought her to a three-day result of 140.94. Read More
After taking over the lead of the Intermediate Pair Pony Championship on Marathon day, Katie Whaley, Paris, KY, solidified her win with a faultless trip around the cones course at the Live Oak International earning the inagural Intermediate Pair Pony Championship. Read More
Single Pony overnight leader Jennifer Keeler, Paris, KY, piloted her own Zeppo to victory, adding nothing through the Obstacles phase for a final result of 144.7. "It's the most incredible fairy tail possible," Keeler smiled. "I think it's safe to say if you had asked anyone, they would have... Read More
Devin Ryan had no one to beat but himself when he entered the arena on his second ride of Friday’s $35,000 CSI3* Longines World Ranking Class at Live Oak International, but he still managed to deliver an improved performance, stealing the top spot with his own Cooper on a time of 65.76. Read More
Kristen Vanderveen decisively won the $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Qualifier Grand Prix, presented by Golden Ocala Golf and Equestrian Club Sunday at Live Oak International, guaranteeing herself a trip to Paris for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Final, April 11-15. Read More
Leading from start to finish, Weber and his team earned an impressive 40.11 in dressage, blazed brilliantly around the marathon with just 123.58 points added, and had only one ball in the third phase to win. Weber also earned the Jean Keathley Perpetual Memorial Trophy for the best FEI dressage... Read More
After topping the leaderboard on the first day of 2* Single Horse dressage competition at this week's Live Oak International combined driving event, Suzy Stafford made the difficult decision to withdraw her Morgan mare PVF Peace of Mind from the remainder of the show. Read More

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