On Wednesday morning, Maria Rasmussen rode Corporate Way LLC's With Honors into the winner's circle, claiming the championship title in the Green 3'6"/3'9" Hunter division. The pair's ribbons from Tuesday's classes, combined with their high-scoring rounds this morning, secured their division... Read More
More dreams are certain to become realities again this season, when the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League kicks off its third season this Sunday (6 August) at Quebec’s Bromont International. Read More
Exhibitors enjoyed clear skies and exciting competition at the start of the second week of the Chicago Festival of the Horse as classes got underway in both the hunter and jumper divisions. Read More
Rinaldi is no stranger to the winner's circle, having won countless hunter championships and grand prix titles during her time competing at Lamplight over the years. Rinaldi took to the ring with a new mount Sunday afternoon, Always Me, to receive the first place and add yet another win under her... Read More
Returning to the Smart Pak Grand Prix arena after a second-place finish on Thursday, Holly Shepherd was ready to take away the win. And she did just that aboard Triompf. Read More
Harriet Nuttall headed a female one-two in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup, a prestigious national championship held on Ladies’ Day at Hickstead. Read More
As Triple Crown® Nutrition scouted the arenas at The Colorado Horse Park for the most deserving candidate for the Triple Crown Excellence award, 15-year-old Annabella Sanchez and her 13-year-old KWPN mare Zersina quickly stood out. Read More
On the third day of the Chicago Festival of the Horse, Holly Shepherd continued her strong start at Equifest with an impressive victory in the $5,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby presented by CWD in the main WEC hunter ring. Read More
Todd Minikus wrapped up the final week at Tryon in a blaze of glory by catching a ride on Caron Stuckey’s Luigi and riding him to victory. Read More
Brazil has never won the FEI Nations Cup™ of Great Britain presented by Longines, but today they were the clear winners of this historic two-round showjumping class, winning by an impressive margin of 10 faults. Read More

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