The FEI World Cup™ Dressage and Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017 Finals bring together the world’s top horses and riders in Omaha. “Winning it is always difficult, and we’ve got so many of the best riders in the world here.” Read More
Olaf Petersen, Jr. (GER) is the course designer in the International Arena at PBIEC for week 12 competition. Petersen set the speed track for 55 starters in Wednesday's 1.45m and saw 19 clear rounds. Sellon and her 13-year-old Zangersheide mare laid down the winning time of 56.65 seconds early in... Read More
The much anticipated FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017 celebrated its first day with fans filling the CenturyLink Center. Spectators had the opportunity to watch demonstrations in the Colorado State Demonstration arena as well as show jumpers and dressage horse training in the main arena. Read More
The main arena and the Colorado State Demonstration arena at the CenturyLink Center were in a flurry of action on Tuesday in preparation for the FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017. Read More
Spectators filed into the grandstand at HITS Post Time Farm to witness a world-class line-up of national and international riders battle for the blue in the fourth-annual Great American $1 Million Grand Prix. Read More
Switzerland's Beat Mändli emerged victorious riding Grant Road Partners' Simba in the $50,000 Engel & Völkers Grand Prix CSI 2* to conclude competition for week eleven of the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival. The duo stopped the clock and took the win in 43.66 seconds. Read More
Olympian Sergio Alvarez Moya (ESP) was the big winner in the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5* riding Charmeur on Saturday, March 25, at the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) in Wellington, FL. Moya beat out two-time Olympic team gold medalist McLain Ward (USA) aboard veteran partner Rothchild... Read More
It was an emotional win for Chile's Samuel Parot in Friday's $35,000 Illustrated Properties 1.45m CSI 5* at the Winter Equestrian Festival, as the rider was competing his mount Couscous van Orti for the final time. Read More
Course designer Guilherme Jorge (BRA) saw 55 starters over his first round course for the WEF Challenge Cup and 16 clear rounds. Just ten of the16 clear entries chose to return for the jump-off, where Paulo Santana and his veteran mount Taloubet stopped the clock in 37.47 seconds winning the $35... Read More
Springsteen and Stone Hill Farm's Davendy S sprinted around the second phase of the course, crossing the timers in 24.609 seconds, over a second and a half ahead of Derbyshire and Lady Maria BH, who left a stride out in the final line to take over the leading time just four trips earlier in 26... Read More

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