The business world remembers Leon Melchior as a dynamic and successful entrepreneur. In the world of equestrian sports, he was a pioneer and one of the first to turn the breeding of Jumping horses into a science. An enterprise that began as a Jumping stables in the 1970s was transformed by Leon... Read More
Well-respected international dressage trainer and rider for Canada Neil Ishoy passed away on November 4, 2015 at the age of 56. In lieu of flowers, donations to Equine Guelph would be appreciated by Neil’s family. Donations can be made online at www.equineguelph.ca. Partner, husband and coach to... Read More
"Lloyd was a dedicated volunteer who devoted invaluable time and expertise in his service to the sport and the U.S. Equestrian Federation. As a creative and tireless competition manager, he greatly influenced the advancement of dressage competitions in our country. Lloyd's generous spirit and... Read More
Lloyd considered his friends and colleagues in dressage as his “family”. He valued loyalty and dependability and would support his friends financially and emotionally when they were in need. He provided for education, show supplies, and sometimes living expenses if a friend was in need. He... Read More
The manager of Dressage at the Alltech/FEI World Equestrian Games. Important information to follow soon with a charity in his name. Please refrain from flowers and messages at this time. Read More
Hansi Wallmeier (GER), one of the most well-respected people in national and international equestrian sport, has passed away. He died on 8 September, the day before his 74th birthday, in Bielefeld after a long battle with cancer. Internationally known for his role as an FEI Steward, Wallmeier was... Read More
Details on services etc coming soon. Tony De Groot a native of the Netherlands was a true example of all that is good, and pure, loving and holy, and his legacy will carry on in the generations he created, the horses he bred, and the family and friends who loved and looked up to him. He proved 80... Read More
It is with great sadness that the Classic Company announces the death of its long-time Official Charleston Summer Classic Veterinarian, Dr. John Anthony Malark of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Dr. Malark passed away Sunday, September 6, 2015 with his family by his side. Read More
The United States Equestrian Team Foundation sadly reports the loss of long time friend and trustee Karen Stives... Read More
Lamaze credits Creed with giving him his start in show jumping sport Read More

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