Two-time Olympic gold medalist McLain Ward (USA) rode with perfection, clearing every fence through four rounds of jumping to win the LONGINES FEI World Cup™ Finals at the CenturyLink Center. Read More
On his seventeenth attempt at the trophy, USA's McLain Ward and HH Azur take the 2017 FEI World Cup Jumping Title! Stay Tuned for more updates Read More
Team USA finished strong in Omaha at the FEI World Cup Dressage Final. Laura Graves and Verdades scored a personal best Grand Prix Freestyle while Kasey Perry-Glass and Goerklintgaards Dublet and Steffen Peters and Rosamunde closed out the competition in the top 10. Read More
Nicola Philippaerts (BEL) and H&M Harley vd Bisschop jumped to victory in the International Omaha Jumping Grand Prix on Saturday evening at the FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017. Italy's Lorenzo de Luca was second on Limestone Grey and four-time Olympic gold medalist Ludger Beerbaum (GER) was... Read More
When she’s got her game face on, you ain’t messin’ with this lady. The pair cruised through a fabulous Freestyle full of grace, poise and elegance for the winning mark of 90.704 clinching her third FEI World Cup™ Dressage title. Read More
Isabell Werth of Germany, the most decorated dressage rider in Olympic history, performed in the main arena at the FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017 on Friday afternoon, but in a different capacity. Read More
That longed for Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping title is only one more competition away for America’s McLain Ward (41) who, for the second night in a row, rocketed to victory at the Centurylink Center in Omaha. Read More
Fifty-two entries contested the Six-Year-Old Classic, with 14 clear rounds, and four double clear over Petersen's short course. Kocher and G Star clocked the winning time of 39.10 seconds. Read More
Eighteen entries showed in the class and five qualified for the jump-off. Coyle and Khaleesi jumped the faster of two double clear rounds. Their time of 41.78 seconds took top prize. Yannick Patron (FRA) rode Valhalla Equestrian Centre's Inshalla V.A. to second place in 42.69 seconds Read More
It was Daniel Coyle's time of 38.46 seconds that took the win riding Farona for Ariel and Susan Grange. Mario Deslauriers (USA) and Lisa Deslauriers' Cooper Royal finished a very close second in 38.47 seconds. Ramiro Quintana (ARG) and Auer Sport Horses' Ceitasi placed third in 38.98 seconds. Read More

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