The class was Alden's first major class at TIEC and she hopes to continue moving forward with Charlie in the bigger classes. "Charlie was on it. He handled it all so well," said Alden. "The jump-off was all him!" Read More
It was a clear-cut victory for The Netherlands on a thrilling night at the Longines FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Final at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona (ESP) tonight where a fused floodlight failed to spoil the party. Read More
US Equestrian (USEF) is pleased to announce the dates for the eighth annual Robert Dover Horsemastership Clinic Week (RDHMW) from January 2-5, in Wellington, Fla. Designed to identify and develop the next generation of U.S. equestrian team talent, participants will receive instruction from... Read More
The Hermès U.S. Show Jumping Team rode determined in Thursday's preliminary round to advance to the Final Competition against the top eight teams on Saturday, September 30. Lauren Hough and McLain Ward both delivered clear rounds, allowing the U.S. team to finish on a mere four faults. Read More
Chester Weber offers no rest for his rivals. Keeping the welfare of his and Jane Clark’s horses foremost, and sure that all of them were feeling their best, Weber rolled through the three phases of competition in Donaueschingen, emerging the definitive winner of the Combined Driving Four-In-Hand... Read More
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
From the 15 countries contesting the fifth annual FEI Nations’ Cup Final, only Canada produced a perfect score of zero over the track set by course designer Santiago Varela of Spain. The top eight countries following Thursday’s opening round move forward to Saturday night’s €1,250,000 Final. Read More
When your country has never competed at the Final of the toughest team showjumping series in the world, then being drawn first to go on the opening day is definitely not ideal. But Chef d’Equipe Helena Stormanns was gung-ho this evening after New Zealand was allocated the number one starting spot... Read More
The WDAA World Championship Show will feature four days of competition, with one day of rail classes and three days of Western dressage tests. Several classes for physically challenged riders and “Heroes on Horses” are offered. The focus of the show will not only be on top competition but on a... Read More

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