Week two of the 2017 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF), features CPEDI 1*/2*/3* Para Dressage, presented by Mane Stream courtesy of Rowan O'Riley, Mission Control, Adequan®, and Nutrena. Competition started on Friday at The Stadium at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC),... Read More
The New England Dressage Association (NEDA) is thrilled to announce that Olympic Gold medalist Carl Hester MBE, is coming to New England for the first time to headline the 2017 NEDA Fall Symposium. Read More
Christoph Koschel (GER) and Ballentines 10, a 2008 Hanovarien gelding (Belissimo M x Weltina x Weltmeyer) owned by Hof Beckerode GmbH, ended their day with a victory in the FEI Intermediate I Freestyle. "My horse felt great today," said Koschel. "It's his first international show. I was proud of... Read More
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Suzan Pape (GBR) and Harmony's Don Noblesse take home a victory in the FEI Grand Prix Special CDI-W, presented by MTICA Farm. "It was his first Grand Prix Special ever, so I had to help him a lot. He (Harmony's Don Noblesse) was prepared on the movements and with what was coming. I'm very, very... Read More
The 2017 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) ended its second day of competition. Wowing the crowd with yet another show-stopping performance was the winning combination of Lisa Wilcox (USA) and mount Galant. Read More
Every year since the AGDF’s inception in Wellington, Florida, Piaffe Performance Farm, run by Olympic dressage rider Dr. Cesar Parra, has actively sponsored the winter horse show series. Read More
Lisa Wilcox and her mount Galant, a 2006 Belgian Warmblood gelding (Escuro x Bellisima) owned by Jacqueline Shear, came out strong in their first performance of 2017. "This past summer, we trained. I call it my 'summer of a million and one transitions'," she said. "He didn't show, he didn't do... Read More
When the word engagement was kept in the impulsion box of the collective marks for the USEF tests at Training and First Level, it wasn’t because those levels required the horse to be “weight-bearing.” Rather, it was a way for a judge to comment on a horse with a very natural uphill balance at... Read More
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