The tall, lean New Zealander, 61, who last triumphed at Burghley in 1999, made an elegant picture on the German-bred 13-year-old, the bay gelding remaining obedient yet lively and light in his paces as well as beautifully supple. Read More
The Anne Aspinall ring saw a number of hunter champions crowned Friday. Read More
For the second day in a row, Daniel Bluman heard the Israeli anthem played in the grand prix ring at the Hampton Classic Horse Show. Read More
When sport writes history, then an athlete has become a hero, a victory turns into a triumph, a venue into a symbol. In this respect Spruce Meadows is legendary. Read More
World number one Michael Jung (GER) has yet again set the target with a beautifully ridden dressage test on his old friend La Biosthetique Sam, now 17, to take an early lead at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. Read More
Representing Israel, Bluman had the luxury of a late draw starting 46th out of a field of 57, over the sprawling course designed by Alan Wade of Tipperary, Ireland. Read More
It’s been nothing short of a banner year for Custom Saddlery’s “Most Valuable Riders (MVRs)”. At the Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse Dressage National Championships held at Lamplight Equestrian Center in Wayne, Illinois many Custom Saddlery MVR’s enjoyed a victory gallop Read More
Most horse owners are dog owners too. Smart horse owners know that having dogs around their equine facility provide more than companionship. A dog is a multi-faceted talent and consequently many of us have more than just one. Read More
Sweeping across the Gulf Coast of Texas as a Category 4 hurricane over the past weekend, Hurricane Harvey’s catastrophic flooding has put the Houston and surrounding area equine community in a state of distress. Read More
Matthew Metell may have been away from the Hampton Classic for the past two years, but he made himself right at home Tuesday morning in the grand prix ring. Read More

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