U.S. Grand Prix riderCaroline Meredith (néeRoffman)has sold her rising Grand Prix horse Her Majesty TF to RS2 Dressage in The Netherlands. Read More
It was the final rider in the Grand Prix CDI5* (to qualify for the special), presented by CaptiveOne Advisors, who clinched the win in a class where the form-book was upturned. Read More
Laura Graves, who is ranked fourth in the world, came close to the magic 80% once again on Verdades, scoring 79.543% — 6% more than Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén in second place. Graves and the 16-year-old gelding by Florett As are unbeaten in their three starts this year, all of which have been at AGDF. Read More
Iron Spring Farm’s Sir Sinclair, Keur, was the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) #1 Sire of Dressage Horses for the third consecutive year (2015-2017). Sir’s offspring earned 8,669 points in dressage competitions throughout the year, more than 4,000 points ahead the second place stallion... Read More
To elite dressage horse owner PJ Rizvi, GK Elite Sport Adult Amateur riders are a crucial component to the success of the sport of dressage. Adult Amateur riders often balance their love for horses and dressage with their family obligations and full-time careers outside of the sport. Read More
“It’s always been my favorite saddle,” said Tyra Vernon, who rides in a CS Wolfgang Solo fitted by Custom Saddle Fitter Sharon Cooper from New Smyrna Beach. Vernon has relied on Custom Saddlery to meet the needs of her busy training and instruction facility for the past three years. “Custom... Read More
“That was the first time we rode that test together,” Kohmann said about their high score. “It was the first ride of the morning and windy, and she was as good as ever: quiet, calm and with me. She’s a beautiful mare and we’re a good team at the show.” Read More
When Jeanette Sassoon contacted HorsesDaily's Mary Phelps about the upcoming Big Dog Rescue Fundraiser, she jumped at the chance to finally bring her FEI driving ponies to Wellington and show the Dressage, Polo, and Showjumping crowd where she's been the past few years. Read More
“We could not be more proud to have had an amazing 46 years,” said Remley-White. “During that time, we were honored to host thousands of wonderful competitors who came to Walnut Hill Farm for the love and sport of carriage driving. Many of them came year after year, and grew to be our friends." Read More
The Dutch Masters - Indoor Brabant has made another significant step forward by joining the Rolex Grand Slam. The prizemoney for the international jumping classes has been raised to over one million euros of which 800,000 will be on offer in the Rolex Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon. Read More

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