Harrie Smolders (NED) celebrated a “diamond day” in Chantilly after winning the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix and the Global Champions League team competition with his super stallion Emerald. Read More
It always seemed that things would come right for The Netherlands sooner or later this season, and today was the day when the 2014 series champions claimed maximum points in the sixth leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017. Read More
Hamburg Diamonds' formidable pairing of John Whitaker and Harrie Smolders sparkled in a split-second victory against Miami Glory in one of the closest GCL finishes to date. Shock results from fellow teams at the sharp end of the grid means the Championship race is wide open, with the 10th leg of... Read More
An interview with the current Grand Slam contender, Pedro Veniss from Brazil, about childhood dreams come true, a summer in Calgary and the most loveable horse in the world. Read More
The Rolex Grand Prix from the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen will be broadcast live on Horse & Country TV in the UK, Ireland, Sweden and The Netherlands on Sunday, July 23rd. Read More
The company kicked off a weekend of fun activities by hosting a Triple Crown pizza party offering busy equestrians a break from the horse show bustle with free pizza, drinks, and relaxing steel drum music. Read More
This year the World Equestrian Festival not only traditionally kicks off the cycle of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping, but is at the same time a new milestone in the biggest challenge of the equestrian sport. Read More
A group of 18 athletes to represent the U.S. across five featured disciplines at the 2017 World Equestrian Festival CHIO Aachen, July 14-23, in Aachen, Germany. Read More
The big names of show jumping will be competing at the CHIO Aachen from July 14th-23rd. Seventeen of the top 20 will be making an appearance. Read More
“Most of these horses are young and gaining experience. This summer at Tryon is all about bringing them up the levels. It is so rewarding to see them come into their own and fulfill their potential,” explained Minikus. Read More

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