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
Most equestrians dream of riding under the guidance of the sport’s superstars, but few are able to turn that dream into reality – but thanks to Triple Crown® Nutrition, Custom Saddlery, and Dressage Today, the dream is coming true for one lucky rider at the end of this month. Read More
What goes on in our body is more often than not reflected in our horse when we ride. From a weak left side through to tight hips on the otherside. Read More
The energy level is high at the United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation Headquarters riders earn the first scores for the coveted national championship titles. In the large Prix St. Georges class, it was Jane Cleveland and Monique who came out on top Read More
Janet Del Castillo does it her way. She keeps her horses on her farm in Florida, gallops them through orange groves, and is confirmed in her moral convictions. "I will not train a horse that I know is is pain. Nor will I train a horse that is unaware of the pain he has. If the owner feels... Read More
Stem cells are immature cells with the potential to become any type of connective tissue cell (bone, tendon, muscle, etc.) and their use in equine veterinary medicine is becoming increasingly more common. Read More
Cardenas Jr. and his own Valentine Car excelled around the difficult track set by Manuel Esparza (MEX), which saw rails drop throughout the course from numerous trying combinations. In only Valentine Car's second grand prix event, Cardenas Jr. was ecstatic with the performance of the 2009... Read More
It was an emotional final day at Royal Windsor Horse Show as the crowds took to their feet to witness Show Jumping legend, Nick Skelton and his gold medal winning horse, Big Star, stand together in the arena for the last time. Read More

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