Aachen to Decide German, Danish Olympic Teams, Complete Other Squads

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The World Equestrian Festival at Aachen, Germany, this week will decide the Olympic teams for Germany and Denmark--the gold and bronze medal winners from the Games four years ago--the last of the 10 nations seeking to be on the medals podium in London not much more than a month from now Read More

Parzival Passes Fitness Test for Dutch Olympic Team

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ERMELO, Netherlands, June 30--Parzival, ridden by Adelinde Cornelissen, passed a fitness test to confirm their place on the Netherrlands Olympic team for the London Games starting in less than a month that will be the first Olympics for the world's No. 1 rider and horse Read More

Minna Telde Joins Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén & Patrik Kittel on Swedish Olympic Team

7 years ago admin Comments Off on Minna Telde Joins Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén & Patrik Kittel on Swedish Olympic Team
Minna Telde and Santana have been selected to join Tinne Vilhelmson-Silfvén and Don Auriello and Patrik Kittel and Scandic for the Swedish dressage team at the Olympic Games opening in London next month. Rose Mathisen with Bocelli 1044 is the reserve combination Read More

19-year-old Morgan Barbançon on Spanish Olympic Team

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The 19-year-old Morgan Barbançon and Painted Black will join Olympic veterans Beatriz Ferrer-Salat and Delgado and Juan Manuel Muñoz and Fuego de Cárdenas on the Spanish team for the Olympics beginning in London in a month Read More

Growing Role of Sport Psychology in Dressage

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When riders steer their horses into the the dressage arena at the Olympics in London a month from now, they will try to focus like a laser on what may be the biggest event of their lives. What's going through their minds and how does it affect their performances? Read More

Mononucleosis for Matthias Keeps Totilas Out of Aachen

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Matthias Alexander Rath has been diagnosed with the virus mononucleosis and will not compete Totilas on the German team in the Nations Cup at the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen the first week of July, the German national federation announced Read More

Tinne & Don Auriello Win Rotterdam in 2nd Performance of New Freestyle, Standing Ovation for Anky & Salinero

7 years ago admin Comments Off on Tinne & Don Auriello Win Rotterdam in 2nd Performance of New Freestyle, Standing Ovation for Anky & Salinero
ROTTERDAM, June 23--Tinne Vilhelmsson-Silfvén rode the still developing Don Auriello to victory in only their second performance of a new Grand Prix Freestyle at the Rotterdam CDIO5* Saturday night, while Anky van Grunsven and her 18-year-old Olympic gold medal partner, Salinero were runnerup by only a tiny fraction Read More