Isabell & El Santo Score Pair’s Best in Lingen CDI4* Grand Prix Special

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LINGEN, Germany, May 22--Isabell Werth and El Santo NRW scored the pair's best just a day after setting a personal best to squeak out a win Sunday over Sweden's Patrik Kittel and Watermill Scandic H.B.C. in the Grand Prix Special at the International Dressage Festival CDI4* Read More

Helen Langehanenberg & Responsible at Lingen CDI4* Kür, Claim 1st CDI Win

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LINGEN, Germany, May 21--Helen Langehanenberg, Germany's pint-sized star, rode Responsible OLD to the pair's first ever international victory by winning the International Dressage Festival CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday Read More

EHV Update: New Cases in Los Angeles, Ventura & Marin Counties

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New equine herpes virus cases, in Los Angeles and suburban Ventura County and San Francisco suburban Marin County, were reported Saturday by the California Department of Food and Agriculture, a day after the U.S. government confirmed seven horses have died or been euthanized in the outbreak in a vast area of the western United States and Canada Read More

Germany, Sweden Share Top Finishes at Lingen CDI4* Grand Prix for Special

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LINGEN, Germany, May 21--Isabell Werth on El Santo NRW posted a personal best score to top the Grand Prix qualifier for the Special with German and Swedish combinations taking all the first eight places and all with scores above 70 per cent Read More

Construction Starts on Palm Beach’s Global Dressage Festival Grounds

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WELLINGTON, Florida, May 20--The polo field where Princess Diana watched Prince Charles kick started Florida's now world famous winter horse circuits a quarter century ago, was torn up by a bulldozer Friday as construction began of new showgrounds to host a Global Dressage Festival beginning in 2012. Read More

Update: 7 Horses Now Dead in EHV Outbreak in western USA, Canada

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Seven horses have died or been euthanized in the outbreak of the highly contagious equine herpes virus with well over 33 confirmed and another 53 suspected of the virus in a vast area of the western United States and Canada, according to the first national report prepared Friday Read More

Equine Herpes Virus Outbreak in 8 Western USA States, 2 Canadian Province

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At least 17 horses in nine western states and two Canadian provinces have been infected with the highly contagious Equine Herpes Virus-1, and at least three have died, according to state government animal health statements and news reports, leading to cancellation of many horse shows and clinics Read More

US Dressage Festival of Champions Set for Gladstone, New Jersey Sept. 8-11

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, May 18--The U.S. Equestrian Federation Dressage Festival of Champions which will also serve as the selection trials for the American team for the Pan American Games will be held in Gladstone, New Jersey, Sept. 8-11 Read More

Laura Bechtolsheimer Leading British Dresssage to Possible 1st Ever Olympic Medal

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Just three years ago, Great Britain's team and individual riders finished out of the medals at the Beijing Olympics as they had done since dressage first became an Olympic sport in 1912. No World Cup title in the 26 years of the only annual global competition. And until last year, no medal of any color at the World Equestrian Games. Read Laurs Bexhtolsheimer's interview with dressage-news.com Read More