Back by popular demand, the National Dressage Pony Cup (NDPC) is proud to announce that its upcoming Championship Show being held July 7-9, 2017 in Lexington, Ky. will once again be available to thousands of dressage fans around the world. Read More
The United States Dressage Federation is pleased to announce that the 2017 USDF Sport Horse Seminar will be held August 5-6, at Iron Springs Farm in Coatesville, PA, with USEF 'S' and DSHB 'R' Judges Kristi Wysocki and Susan Mandas. Read More
This July, the Jacksonville Equestrian Center will welcome the area’s newest batch of superior Belgian Warmblood horses as the southernmost stop on the Belgian Warmblood North American Division’s Keuring Inspection Tour. Read More
The number 1 in the world was not to beat in the Freestyle! Isabell Werth won Sunday’s Grand Prix Freestyle with Don Johnson FRH. The best dressage rider in the world won the Manfred & Hilde Swarovski Challenge Cup for the show’s best athlete for the second time in a row. Read More
The question is repeatedly posed: What makes the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, which begins the weekend after next, so special and unique? Read More
Our office get calls every day from people who want information about Equine Insurance so I have compiled a list of 9 of the most frequently asked questions. If your question is not covered or you may require further information or assistance, please give us a call! Read More
The number 1 in the world came, saw and conquered! Isabell Werth won the Grand Prix of the Freestyle Tour on Saturday with Don Johnson FRH and ahead of her German team colleague Fabienne Lütkemeier. Read More
After winning the Prix St. Georges, the US duo Ashley Holzer and Radondo also succeeded in taking the triumph in today's Intermediaire I. Read More
Implement these safety best practices to help celebrate Independence Day with the greatest display of all – a safe, injury-free horse. Read More
The US duo Ashley Holzer and Radondo won the opening test at Schindlhof with 72.605 percent. Christian Schumach, Wolfgang Himsl, Renate Voglsang and Florian Bacher placed behind with their respective promising 8- and 9-year-old young horses. Read More

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