Roger Haller (USA), cross country course designer for the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games and the 1978 FEI World Championships course in Kentucky (USA), passed away peacefully at home in Georgia on 30 March 2016 following a battle with cancer. Read More
Ron Southern, founder and Co-Chairman of Spruce Meadows, and iconic Alberta entrepreneur and businessman passed away Thursday morning at his home. He was 85. Read More
General Om Prakash (OP) Malhotra, PVSM (Retd), former President of the Equestrian Federation of India (EFI), a founding member and former President of the Asian Equestrian Federation (AEF) and former Chief of Army Staff, Indian Army has passed away at his home in Gurgaon. He was 93. “We really... Read More
“It is with the deepest sadness that we have to announce that Andres Rodriguez and his passenger Sophie Walker suffered a tragic car accident on Monday morning in Wellington, Florida,” it read. “Circumstances of the accident are still unclear. Sophie Walker passed away in the accident and despite... Read More
The equestrian world has suffered a significant loss with the passing of Douglas Leatherdale on his 79th birthday, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015. The owner of Leatherdale Farms along with his wife, Louise, Doug Leatherdale was highly regarded in the dressage and sport horse breeding communities for his... Read More
Swiss Jumping champion from 1960, he competed on more than 50 FEI Nations Cup™ teams for Switzerland. But he was far more than just a top athlete, he was also a highly respected trainer and was brilliant at talent-spotting horses that could make their mark at the highest level of the sport.“Max... Read More
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 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


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