Following the final entry deadline overnight for next week’s double FEI World Cup™ Finals (29 March - 2 April,) the confirmed definite entry lists for the horse and athlete combinations that will compete in Omaha, Nebraska (USA) are now available . Read More
Dynamite equestrian Mandy Porter, of Encinitas, California, rose to the occasion against a top-notch field of fifty-four riders, in the most popular $1 Million Grand Prix class to date! The sun set over the mountain ridge on HITS Desert Horse Park as a West Coast victor walked away with her well... Read More
Showgirl, the horse acquired for Yann Candele and the Canadian Show Jumping Team in 2013, officially retired following her last competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival. After a successful career with many medals the 17 year old chestnut selle francais mare will enjoy a well deserved... Read More
It was a win for the Irish on St. Patrick's Day, as Richie Moloney and Slieveanorra took top prize at the 2017 Winter Equestrian Festival. "He is naturally a very fast horse," Moloney said of his longtime partner. "I think I did more strides than the people before me, but his stride is so quick.... Read More
Not only did Minikus, Loxahatchee, FL, take home the top prize money, but since Live Oak International was the last chance for show jumping riders to qualify to compete at the Longines FEI World Cup Final, March 29-April 2, in Omaha, Nebraska, Minikus earned the right to compete in Omaha. Read More
Andrew Ramsay and Stranger, an 11-year-old Hanoverian gelding, posted a decisive victory in the $35,000 Sovaro CSI3*, a Longines World Ranking Competition, at the Live Oak International. Ramsay bested a starting field of 58 entries from10 countries, with 14 clear rounds to claim the win. Read More
Jessica Springsteen decisively won the $35,000 Hollow Creek Farm CSI3* on her little speedster, Davendy. Springsteen finished fault-free in a blazing time of 69.73 seconds, more than a second faster than the rest of the field. Read More
The hottest event in Florida this week is the Live Oak International, scheduled to begin Thursday and continue through Sunday. Top equestrians and equine athletes will compete in show jumping and combined driving and the stakes are high. Read More
The sun shined down on a beautiful day for show jumping during the final class of Week VI at HITS Desert Horse Park. Thirty eight competitors filled the order of go in Sunday’s $75,000 Horseware Ireland Grand Prix, but only one could take home the winning title. Read More
After winning Thursday's $35,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round 8 aboard Cobolt, and Friday's $150,000 FEI Nations' Cup riding Chaqui Z for team Ireland, Sweetnam led the round of honor ahead of teammates Conor Swail and Rubens LS La Silla in Sunday's feature event. Read More

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