Christine Traurig Gets New Mount, “Best” Since Her 2000 Olympic Mount

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A recent chance encounter with a horse Christine Traurig admired as a youngster several years ago led to a Thanksgiving reunion and a prospect she describes as the "best" she has had since competing Etienne on the United States bronze medal team at the Olympics in Sydney in 2000 Read More

Hayley Beresford Becomes Partner in Jaybee Alabaster She Competes in Europe

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Hayley Beresford, the Germany-based Australian trainer and competitor, confirmed Sunday that she has become a partner in the ownership of Jaybee Alabaster, the 14-year-old Hanoverian gelding that was trained and competed by Rachel Downs. Read More

Don Jospeh Stays With Aussie Ilse Schwarz “To Reach His Full Potential”

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 20--The seven-year-old Don Joseph will stay with Australian Ilse Schwarz who built a successful young horse competition record with the Oldenburg gelding that was bred and is owned by Gaye Scarpa of Wellington, Florida. Read More

Katherine Bateson Shows Alcazar in Florida for 1st USA Competition

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Jan. 20--Katherine Bateson-Chandler rode Alcazar in the first American competition for the eight-year-old KWPN gelding on Sunday, at Prix St. Georges in a CDN that confirmed the horse's "very good brain" in handling his first covered arena at a busy show grounds and changing weather. Read More

Bromont Appears to Win 2018 World Equestrian Games by Default

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The Canadian city of Bromont appears to have won the right by default to host the World Equestrian Games in 2018 after Vienna, the last competing city for the world championships of seven international horse sports, failed to submit a signed host agreement on time. Read More

Linda Zang Awarded US Equestrian Federation Pegasus Medal of Honor for Lifetime Achievement

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LOUISVILLE, Kentucky, Jan. 19--Linda Zang was awarded the United States Equestrian Federation Pegasus Award Medalof Honor Saturday for lifetime achievement that includes competing at the 1980 alternate Olympic Games and becoming an International Equestrian Federation (FEI) 5* judge Read More

Adrienne Lyle & Wizard Move Into World Cup Contention with Florida Result

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Jan. 19--Adrienne Lyle and Wizard on Saturday performed their first Freestyle in almost a year and the United States Olympic partnership moved into contention to win a place in the World Cup Final in Gothenburg, Sweden in April Read More

Sweden’s Patrik Kittel & Scandic Win Florida World Cup, Adrienne Lyle & Wizard Runnerup

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Jan. 19--Patrik Kittel and Watermill Scandic H.B.C. claimed their first ever World Cup Freestyle victory when the Swedish Olympic team partnership won the Gold Coast Dressage Opener Saturday while the United States Olympic combination of Adrienne Lyle and Wizard placed second in their first Freestyle competition in almost a year Read More