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Breed: 
Hanoverian
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1999
Sire: 
Donnerhall
Dam: 
Papagena
Size: 
16.2 hands
Don Principe has proven to be a remarkable Grand Prix competitor. He has competed at the FEI levels with five different riders and at age 17 is still scoring in the 70’s at Grand Prix. Don Principe has won multiple USDF Regional Championships, has many USDF All-Breeds Awards, and has competed at both the USDF and USEF National Championships.
Breed: 
Zweibrucker
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2009
Sire: 
Galant du Serein
Dam: 
Rohmanie
Size: 
16.1 hands
A handsome stallion with an abundance of charm, Gallant Reflection impresses even further when you watch him compete. Gallant Reflection was the USEF Six-Year Old National Champion. As a seven-year old, he placed in the Top 6 at the USEF Developing Prix St. Georges National Championships, and finished in the Top 20 for USDF Horse of the Year standings for both Prix St. Georges and Intermediate I.

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Isabell Werth and Emilio​ ©Mary Phelps

Isabell Werth and Emilio​ ©Mary Phelps

Robert Dover and Shelley Francis celebrate her Grand Prix Special win

Robert Dover and Shelly Francis celebrate her Grand Prix Special win.©Shannon Brinkman

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Maddie Kanda and her Morgan/Holsteiner gelding B-Squared were one of many competitors celebrating their success on the second day of the 2018 National Dressage Pony Cup & Small Horse Championships. Photo by Jennifer M. Keeler.

Isabell Werth and Bella Rose take the Lindt Prize at the CHIO Aachen 2018

Isabell Werth and Bella Rose take the Lindt Prize at the CHIO Aachen 2018

Julie Madriguera of Pilot Point, Texas rode Beth Sorensen’s Haflinger mare Stevie Nicks to the win in the First Level Open division for Small Horses on Day One of the 2018 National Dressage Pony Cup & Small Horse Championships.  Photo by Jennifer M. Keeler

Julie Madriguera of Pilot Point, Texas rode Beth Sorensen’s Haflinger mare Stevie Nicks to the win in the First Level Open division for Small Horses on Day One of the 2018 National Dressage Pony Cup & Small Horse Championships. Photo by Jennifer M. Keeler

Bram Chardon took the Obstacle Driving Competition, where the drivers can choose their own course through the obstacles.

Bram Chardon took the Obstacle Driving Competition, where the drivers can choose their own course through the obstacles.

The winner is congratulated by Anja Heeb-Lonkwitz, managing director of Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Stiftung, and Stefanie Peters, member of the ALRV advisory board.

The winner is congratulated by Anja Heeb-Lonkwitz, managing director of Liselott and Klaus Rheinberger Stiftung, and Stefanie Peters, member of the ALRV advisory board.

US Para Team for FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018

US Para Team for FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018

Golden Boy by Terri Miller

Golden Boy by Terri Miller, inspired by the National Dressage Pony Cup

Laura Graves and Verdades

Laura Graves and Verdades ©Mary Phelps

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