USA's Peter Lutz opened CSIO 4* competition during week eight of the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) with a win in the $5,000 riding Cheri de Papignies. Remarking on his winning round, Lutz detailed, "He is a very talented horse. He is very scopey and very fast. He covers a lot of ground.... Read More
Internationally competitive dressage riders Adrienne Lyle and Charlotte Jorst know that accuracy and attention to detail are keys to a winning ride Read More
The grand finale of another FEI week at HITS Post Time Farm ensued on Sunday beneath a beautiful, sunny sky. Forty-three competitors turned out for a shot at the top title, including seasoned Grand Prix vets and a new blend of young, talented equestrians. Read More
Two-time Olympic team gold medalist McLain Ward (USA) and superstar mare HH Azur jumped to victory in the $380,000 Suncast® Grand Prix CSI 5* for the second year in a row on Saturday night at the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL Read More
After a breath taking competition at the renowned Gothenburg Horse Show in Sweden, Boyd Exell (AUS) won the FEI World Cup™ Driving Final for the seventh time in his career. The silver went well deserved to Jérôme Voutaz (SUI) who was the winner the day before. Koos de Ronde (NED) took home the... Read More
"My ride started off kind of interestingly," said Irwin. "We halted and saluted, and then my music stopped playing because the power went out briefly. I got the option to start again, so I did. I start with two-tempis into my halt, and I had nailed them the first time so I hoped I would do that... Read More
Peter Leone (USA) and Wayfarer concluded week seven of the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) with a win in the $50,000 Grand Prix CSI 2* on Sunday, February 26, in Wellington. Eleven entries qualified for the jump-off, where Olympic silver medalist Peter Leone completed the fastest of seven... Read More
The dressage line-up is looking good. The complete Dutch top will be present and they will defend the Dutch flag against a strong competition from, among others, Germany. Read More
This was Page's first CDI and first FEI Grand Prix Special with "Housie." "I've already discovered that the horse gets to the ring and wants to help," said Page. "He's not in any way looking to avoid doing his job." Read More
Fifty-one challengers tested the course designed by Manuel Esparza of Mexico, and nineteen would advance with first-round clears to contest the abbreviated course in the jump-off. Harold Chopping of Southern Pines, North Carolina, grabbed the win in the $25,000 FEI SmartPak Grand Prix. Read More

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