This inaugural focused track, the Equine World Stem Cell Summit, presented an exciting opportunity for an array of researchers, veterinarians, and equestrians to actively engage in the single largest conference uniting the global stem cell community. “It’s a great opportunity to get together with... Read More
“We are very happy to have two such strong official candidates for the FEI World Equestrian Games in 2022”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said. “Both the Kentucky and Samorin venues have the infrastructure in place already to host the Games, which is one of the biggest events on the global sporting... Read More
The rider to beat would be Andy Kocher of Lake St. Louis, Missouri, riding USA Today, owned by MKO Equestrian."This was my first show with USA Today, he's a really great horse and is a seasoned competitor," said Kocher. "He's very experienced and has shown all over the world. I had just sold what... Read More
Miami University is happy to announce the first study abroad program focused on the theme of equestrian sport in Europe. Framed as a six week summer program at MU’s John E. Dolobois European Center in Differdange, Luxembourg, Read More
“It’s very special to win in front of the home crowd, they were really behind us and it gives you that extra edge!” said Brash who now has the series Final in his sights. Scott Brash became the 15th British rider to come out on top in his home leg of the FEI World Cup™ Jumping series when... Read More
Derek Petersen of Archer, Florida, walked away with the blue ribbon in the first featured class of the week. Petersen was the first to show and the first to produce a double-clear round to set the tone for the class. He and Redeemed clocked in at 40.983, a round that would remain unsurpassed. Read More
I Am Nala is a sure-footed talent in Minikus' string and has proven herself throughout the 2016 competition year, completing the jump-off track in 39.846 seconds. Read More
“I thought we might finish second or third after our jump-off round today - I wasn’t expecting to win!" Colombia’s Carlos Lopez galloped to victory with Admara in the seventh leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/2017 Western European League at La Coruña in Spain Read More
“It was like a dream come true, it really hasn’t sunk in yet,” said an overwhelmed Pedro Veniss about the first Major victory in his career, which has at the same time made him the new Grand Slam contender. At the CHIO Aachen in July 2017, he will now have the opportunity to continue his personal... Read More
"It will certainly be a very difficult course, as is customary here in Geneva. The first round will be a long one and it is necessary to ride extremely fast in the jump-off. There are so many good pairs here, we already saw that in the “Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final” on Friday evening. It is definitely... Read More

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