The victory in the “Credit Suisse Grand Prix” on Thursday evening went to the French rider, Roger Yves Bost, the European Champion in 2013. He was thus able to qualify directly for the “Rolex Grand Prix” on Sunday afternoon. But he won’t be the only one in the Final, the best 24 riders from this... Read More
The 2015 Breeders' Cup at Keeneland truly was a homecoming for the ages. We invite you to look back at the dream set forth by Keeneland's founders more than 80 years ago, and to celebrate the unforgettable moments created at Keeneland this fall. Read More
The 2015 National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Futurity held its fourth day of competition on Sunday including the first go, fourth section of more than $500,000 added Open Futurity, plus ancillary classes for Novice Horse Non Pro riders. The excitement climaxes at the 50th running of the... Read More
Following their win in Sacramento, the successful pair also notched up a CSI4* win at the Del Mar International Horse Show before Parot and his horses made their way to Calgary. During the ten days of the Royal West, Parot on Atlantis and his two other mounts, Couscous Van Orti (Nabab de Reve x... Read More
“I think the first time I was here was 2006 and that year I also won the (President’s) Cup, so I am very pleased to be back and to do it over again,” Smolders stated. “Emerald is 11 now, and I have had him since he was six years old. He has always been a fantastic horse with a lot of talent, but... Read More
Keeneland will offer the complete dispersal of the late Jerre Paxton's Northwest Farms at the 2015 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Mr. Paxton was a leading breeder and owner in Washington and one of the Northwest's most successful horsemen. Read More
Nat Rea's Regis Farms, a world-class breeding farm and racing operation, will offer a complete dispersal consigned by Three Chimneys Farm at the 2015 November Breeding Stock Sale. Read More
"Dylan needed a job this year, but he didn’t need to work hard. He just needed to do something,” Lohman detailed. “It was the beginning of a phenomenal year the first time I sat on him. I feel very fortunate and I feel accomplished, because if we don’t win, it is because I did something stupid.... Read More
The horse industry has many routines, memories and TV appearances to celebrate, but if there is one sport that continues to draw the emotion, passion and demonstration of the human and horse connection, it is reining. Always explained as ice skating on dirt, demonstrating the impossible and the... Read More
The Belgian team came out on top in the super-tough first round of the €2.3 million Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final 2015 at Real Club de Polo in Barcelona (ESP) today. With only eight places up for grabs for Saturday’s second and deciding round, there was a ferocious battle between the... Read More