Australian jockey Michelle Payne inspired a nation and women all over the world when she won the Group 1 Emirates Melbourne Cup in 2015, making her the first woman to do so in the Cup’s 155-year history. Aboard 100-1 shot Prince Of Penzance, Michelle made a statement that would resonate with an... Read More
The hard-working show jumper continues to build her career and has given back to the equestrian community by sharing her own experience in the US Equestrian’s Learning Center project, which aims to provide educational content for fans and athletes. Read More
Professional American rider Georgina Bloomberg was a recipient at the prestigious 2017 Longines Ladies Awards, presented on an elegant evening in Washington DC. Read More
Before the Intermediate I class got underway on the third day of The U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions, selected riders and spectators were given an educational “Olympian Experience” presented by Dressage Today with Robert Dover and Laura Graves. Read More
The $5,000 Johnson Horse Transport Open Welcome Class on Wednesday, May 17 at Showplace Spring Classic II was won by sixteen-year-old Annabella Sanchez of Glencoe, Illinois, who rode her mare Zersina to victory over a field of seasoned competitors. Read More
On the second day of The Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions,Olivia LaGoy-Weltz and Lonoir, a 13-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding, rode into first place in the Grand Prix Special. Read More
Natalie Pai returned to the ring at the USET Foundation’s headquarters focused and determined to win riding Unlimited. “I usually ride a little conservatively, but today I just asked him to go a little more. I’ve been really struggling with my [flying] changes all season and this is the first... Read More
To kick-off the first class of the U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions at the historic venue, Olympian Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet, a 14-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding, were victorious in the FEI Grand Prix class. Read More
At The Dutta Corp. U.S. Dressage Festival of Champions, Molly Paris won the Intermediate II 16–25 aboard Countess. "My mare came out as well as she could,” Paris said. “There is still room for improvement, but I am super thrilled with how today went.” Read More
The Longines Masters shares the glitz and glamour from its origin city of Paris around the world as it has expanded into three of the world’s most luxurious, bustling capital cities: Paris, Hong Kong, and now New York. Previously held in Los Angeles, the American leg of the competition will now... Read More

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