Competitors representing 23 different states from Maine to Texas competed in the first of two rounds of classes in pursuit of a stunning array of NDPC awards in Open, Adult Amateur, and Junior/Young Rider divisions, and showed off their pony power at all levels of competition from walk/trot at... Read More
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Canadian riders wishing to compete in Austria CDI4* from June 30 – July 4 would be required travel to Toronto, Europe, and then back to New York for pre-departure quarantine before flying to the Olympic Games Venue in Rio de Janiero within 10 days. "I just couldn't not give it a try." Read More
The prestigious Longines FEI/WBSFH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses from July 28-31, 2016 will be held at the National Equestrian Centre in Ermelo, The Netherlands. Read More
The Kentucky Horse Park will experience an abundance of pony talent this weekend as host of the 2016 National Dressage Pony Cup (NDPC) Championship Show, being held in conjunction with the Kentucky Dressage Association (KDA) Summer Classic and Breed Show I & II on July 8-10 in Lexington. Read More
In an historic development, the American Hanoverian Society (AHS) now recognizes and approves stallions for breeding based on their success as show hunters. Read More
“Greece won first place in all team competitions, and in the individual - gold in the Juniors all three first places in the Seniors, gold in the Young Riders and silver and bronze in the Children's class - I am extremely proud of all my riders! They all gave their best and rode well. The team was... Read More
The evaluation of the exterior of horses has always played a significant role in the breeding. It presents valuable conclusions about the quality and the use already in young horses and thus gives an indication on the value of the horse (and its offspring) as a riding horse in the respective... Read More
As Isabelle Werth and Emilio stood in the awards ceremony, she could only looking awe as Klaus Haim handed her the brilliant Manfred Swarovski Trophy. Read More
It is my sad duty to report that my brother, Uwe Steiner, has made the ultimate transition to greener pastures. The dressage world has lost a quiet - and sometimes not so quiet! - gentleman of the sport. Read More