Sander Marijnissen & Moedwil Win Oldenberg CDI4* Grand Prix

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OLDENBURG, Germany, Nov. 13--Holland's Sander Marijnissen and Moedwil won the Oldenburger International Horse Show CDI4* Grand Prix Saturday their first international competition in more than a year and repeating their victory from 2008 Read More

Ashley Holzer & Pop Art Win Royal Fair CDI3* Grand Prix

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TORONTO, Nov. 10--Canada's top international rider, Ashley Holzer, rode her Olympic and World Equestrian Games mount, Pop Art, to victory to defend her title in the 88th Royal Horse Show CDI3* Grand Prix Read More

Adelinde & Parzival No. 1 or No. 2 in the World?

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Nov. 9--Adelinde Cornelissen and Jerich Parzival are No. 2 in the latest FEI world rankings, but the partnership of Edward Gal and Moorlands Totilas is still in the top spot though the black stallion has been sold Read More

DRESSAGE JUDGING – NEED FOR CHANGE

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The International Dressage Riders Club and the International Dressage Trainers Club prepared a series of presentations to the recent Global Dressage Forum on dressage judging and concluded that the system needs to change Read More

FEI ANNUAL AWARDS AT CEREMONY IN TAIPEI

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TAIPEI, Nov. 7--The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) announced the winners of the 2010 FEI Awards at a ceremony in Taipei, the second year of the program recognizing outstanding dedication to horse sport in five categories Read More

Totilas’ Former Owner Talks About “THE” Sale

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Kees Visser agreed to sell Totilas after the World Equestrian Games when Paul Schockemöhle offered to pay a price the Vissers set years earlier and it would have been "ridiculous" to "tempt fate" by keeping the 10-year-old black stallion for the London Olympics in 2012 Read More

Princess Haya Re-Elected President of FEI in Landslide

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Princess Haya won a landslide victory for a second four-year term as President of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) at the organization's General Assembly in Taipei Friday, promising she had learned from mistakes and would work to unify horse sports while leading a global development effort Read More