World Championship medal winners, licensed stallions, Brillantring mares and talented future stars for international show venues all over the world will be parading at the Fall Elite Auction. Read More
He has done it again! After his phenomenal triumph last year, when Scott Brash won the third Major in succession in Calgary and thus went down in history as the first winner of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, the Brit now succeeded in riding to victory again in the “CP ‘International’,... Read More
When groom Marina Lemay said “I am not a rider, so I really don’t fit your profile, but I would love to come to Germany and experience the work at the Hannoveraner Verband.” here call was heard! Read More
We would like to introduce to you a very special dressage horse in this blog – a Hanoverian with a doctorate degree. The name of the sport horse: Doktor Schiwago. Read More
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named the U.S. Driving Team for the 2016 FEI World Driving Championships for Four-in-Hand. The championship will take place August 31-Spetember 4, 2016, in Breda, The Netherlands. Ed Young will serve as Chef d'Equipe. Read More
With some clever recipes like the Burghley Bloomer and Teriyaki Steak which are enhanced by a long car journey, James Martin also has some useful tips to make sure your tailgate picnic is at its best when you arrive at an event. Read More
Not new to the winner's circle, Luzardo and Stan, a 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding, started off the year with a CSI4* win in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Valle de Bravo. Luzardo said, "Stan is absolutely amazing. I bought him in Germany when he was seven. Last year, I was able to take him... Read More
The Rolex Grand Prix at CHIO Aachen in Germany is one of the three equestrian Majors that form the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, and is one of the most prestigious grand prix on the international circuit. Re-live the excitement of the four-day competition at the world’s leading venue, as the... Read More
Normally, it is nothing usual to give horses numbers. However, in this case it is useful and makes sense. And it has nothing to do with devaluing the horse. Moreover it serves to create a good overview. Read More
Watch the video. All I can say is wow. The greatest horse dressage has ever known, had time to relax and play coming out just before the road to Rio in their finest form. Read More

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