There has already been a “Walk of Fame” with the hoof prints of the horses that have written history in Aachen at the CHIO grounds at the Aachener Soers since 2011. In future, the CHIO visitors can also admire the legends of the international equestrian sport on the walls too – from Salinero, to... Read More
Holding on to first place with his Dressage leader, Felicity and Elizabeth Wischer's CP Qualified, and testing the owners’ nerves by using up his fence in hand, he claimed victory for them with a 1.50 penalty lead. He then jumped clear on Michelle Hasibar and Brett Jones' Virgil, and it was this... Read More
Despite a burst water main on course, nothing could dampen Shane Rose’s performance riding his two four-star horses today. Rose demonstrated his talent by taking first and second place after an entertaining Cross Country. Although somewhat hesitant at the start, CP Qualified got into a good... Read More
Olympian Shane Rose jumped out of the barriers and got a head start on the opposition riding Elizabeth and Felicity Wischer’s CP Qualified, as a cool change blew away the heat of the last few days at the Adelaide International 3 Day Event, second leg of FEI Classics™ 2015/2016. Early to go, Rose... Read More
The Sydney 2000 and Beijing 2008 Olympic Games course designer Mike Etherington-Smith (GBR) has signed on at Adelaide for the next three years, and as advisor to Equestrian Australia's Eventing High Performance programme he will be ensuring the cross country is a good test for those aspiring to... Read More
By combining the Nations Cup with the final outing for the U.S. Eventing team before it goes to Rio for the Olympic Games, Great Meadow continues its recent tradition of hosting the highest level of equestrian sport. The last two years saw Great Meadow host the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team in... Read More
Olympic formats were the focus of this afternoon’s session at the FEI General Assembly in San Juan (PUR), with FEI President Ingmar De Vos leading discussions with National Federations on proposed radical changes to Olympic competition formats. “Olympic Agenda 2020 is a driving force in this... Read More
Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA), a Lexington-based, non-profit organization that accredits, inspects and awards grants to approved aftercare organizations to retire, retrain and rehome Thoroughbreds using industry-wide funding, has been named the official charity of the 2016 Rolex Kentucky... Read More
Waylon Roberts rocked the full house in the Ricoh Coliseum, bringing home the win riding West River. Carefully navigating a mix of natural cross-country obstacles and delicate show jumping fences set by course designer Mark Phillips of Great Britain, Roberts cruised to victory, posting a winning... Read More
In the opening round of competition, speed was the name of the game as riders negotiated the track set by British course designer Richard Jeffery of Bournemouth, Dorset. Jill Henselwood and Farfelu du Printemps, a 10-year-old Belgian Warmblood gelding owned by John Madigan, posted one of only two... Read More