Stephen Clarke On Results in Europe & Rest of World

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Stephen Clarke, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Dressage Judge General, has given an explanation for differences in scoring non-Europan combinations when they compete in Europe compared with their homeland. Read More

Rio de Janeiro’s Drug Testing Lab License Revoked for 2016 Olympic Host City, for Humans Not Horrses

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The laboratory that was to conduct drug testing of athletes at the 2016 Olympic Games has had its license revoked by the World Anti-Doping Agency but the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) said Wednesday it will not affect drug testing of horses that was planned to be done elsewhere Read More

Korean Olympic Hopeful Dong Seon Kim Sued for Alleged Unpaid Commission on Purchase of Bukowski

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Aug. 27--A lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Korea's Olympic hopeful Dong Seon Kim alleging the rider failed to pay a commission on his purchase of the horse Bukowski for €1,325,000 ((US$1,775,000) nine months before the London Games last summer Read More

Three American Dressage Riders Launch Effort to Rescue Horses at John Byrialsen’s Danish & Polish Farms

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Three American dressage riders have launched what may be the first international effort to rescue severely neglected horses at the Danish and Polish farms of John Byrialsen and Viegaard Stud by buying as many horses as possible and rehabilitate them in Europe Read More

Vitalis Wins USA Six-Year-Old Championship, Wakeup Captures Developing Prix St. Georges

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WAYNE, Illinois, Aug. 25--Vitalis, as expected after competing with Charlotte Jorst just two weeks ago in the World Young Horse Championships, became the United States six-year-old champion Sunday while Wakeup ridden by Emily Wagner took the developing Prix St. Georges title to add to their six-year-old championship two years ago. Read More

Charlotte Dujardin & Valegro Score Personal Best of 91.250% for European Championship Freestyle Gold

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HERNING, Denmark, Aug. 25--Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro won the European Championship Freestyle gold medal Sunday with a personal best score of 91.250 per cent in an event charged with emotion that brought tears, laughter and perhaps some of the best sport ever both in and out of the competition arena Read More

Fashion Design Ridden by German Nadine Buberl is USA 5-Year-Old Champion

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WAYNE, Illinois, Aug. 24--Fashion Design OLD, ridden by the American-based German Nadine Buberl, became the United States five-year-old champion Saturday while DG Dancing Queen ridden by the 19-year-old California amateur Ashlyn De Groote was reserve champion Read More

Vitalis is Prelim US 6-Year-Old Winner, Wakeup Captures Developing Horse Prix St. Georges

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WAYNE, Illinois, Aug. 23--Vitalis, who represented the United States at the World Young Horse Championships in Germany two weeks ago, moved a step closer to becoming America's six-year-old champion when ridden by owner Charlotte Jorst to a dominating performance in the preliminary competition Friday Read More

Championship Judging May be Changed

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HERNING, Denmark, Aug. 23--Big differences in dressage judges' scores that may have affected the award of medas will be reviewed by the International Equestrian Federation, with Dressage Committee Chairman Frank Kemperman saying Friday consideration will be given to the long-standing proposal to drop the highest and lowest scores at championships. Read More