After the Lambertz Nations’ Cup, Germany’s Chef d’Equipe, Klaus Roeser announced that the four CHIO riders will also represent Germany at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Hubertus Schmidt will be accompanying them as the reserve rider with Imperio, who won the CDI Grand Prix on Wednesday, the... Read More
“I could not be more proud of our team here in Aachen,” said Dover. “It’s great when you consider that there are some of the best countries in the world selecting their teams for the Rio Olympic Games here and our team placed second, a team who included our traveling reserve and other super... Read More
Florianus II is a 1998 Westfalen Stallion standing at Iron Spring Farm in Coatesville, PA. Florianus II is a stallion with an incredible work ethic. He has very supple gaits with a lot of flexibility and scope in his movement, and he excels at the collected work. Read More
He is the most powerful man in the world on the German football scene, he moves million-digit figures at FC Bayern, everyone wants his advice. At the World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is primarily one thing: A fan. He is supporting his daughter Charlotte, who... Read More
Follow along with the Young Rider International Dream Program group as they attend the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen and get the chance to learn from people like Read More
The U.S. Dressage Team got off to a solid start in Nations Cup competition Thursday at CHIO Aachen. Read More
This year the Olympic mode applies for the Lambertz Nations’ Cup of the dressage riders at the CHIO Aachen, the World Equestrian Festival. Read More
Today at the CHIO Aachen, the largest equestrian sports event in the world, the Grand Prix of the CDI4* tour kicked off with the HAVENS Horsefeed Prize. Read More
Ponies stepped up the challenges of Second Level to contend for the National Dressage Pony Cup Six-Year-Old Futurity, and Donna and Paul Skatrud’s bay Arabian Skats Magnum Star. Read More
Ever since the Markel/United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) National Young Horse Dressage Program was launched 14 years ago, the awareness, knowledge, and popularity of breeding and developing future generations of quality dressage horses in this country have increased dramatically. Read More