Stanley M. Rumbough Jr., an entrepreneur, distinguished veteran, philanthropist, activist and longtime civic leader, died Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017, at his Palm Beach home. He was 97. Read More
Kenneth William Henryson, 74, of South Elgin passed away at his home on September 6th, 2017 after a courageous battle with leukemia. He was born in Elgin to George William and Virginia Mary (nee Gregor) Henryson on January 26th, 1943. Read More
As the reality of the the loss of Ed Young begins to sink in, we have compiled just a few of the tributes on this page. A great member of the US and International Driving world, Ed Young was a mentor to many and a friend to all who knew him. Read More
Joan was a person who I always remembered being happy to see. She had a joyful spirit and a love for dressage and helping on all levels of management - She was part of the beginning which was really not that long ago. Read More
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of Charles L. Wharton Jr., 89, better known to all that were lucky enough to know and love him as Chuck. Read More
“With the death of Wim Ernes, Dutch elite sport has lost a very special coach with a personal style of working”, High Performance Director at the Netherlands Olympic Committee Maurits Hendriks said. “He was open and believed in the power of sharing.” Read More
Evie Tumlin was an integral part of her Region 9 dressage and eventing community. Throughout her years of serving and helping others, she touched many lives and helped to raise several generations of young men and women who loved horses. Among her many accomplishments, Evie was the founder of the... Read More
Parry Thomas was not simply the sharp business mastermind that revolutionized the city of Las Vegas, Nev. The equestrian community knew him as the passionate owner whose love of horses helped inspire and impact the sport of dressage. Surrounded by his supportive family, Thomas passed away... Read More
It is my sad duty to report that my brother, Uwe Steiner, has made the ultimate transition to greener pastures. The dressage world has lost a quiet - and sometimes not so quiet! - gentleman of the sport. Read More
“Frank was a legend in his own life time”, John Roche, FEI Director of Jumping said. “He was a horseman through and through, with an amazing eye for a horse. Apart from having an outstanding career as a rider, he was a very accomplished trainer. He was a passionate supporter of the Nations Cup... Read More

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