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Frederike Hahn & Die Fürstin Capture Opening Leg of Nürnberger Burg-Pokal, German St. Georges Championship Series

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HAGEN, Germany, April 28, 2018--Frederike Hahn and her eight-year-old Oldenburg mare Die Fürstin on Saturday captured the opening leg of the Nürnberger Burg-Pokal starting its 27th year as the German championship series for seven to nine-year-old Prix St. Georges horses Read More

Kristina Bröring-Sprehe & Desperados Win Hagen CDI4* Freestyle, Edging Out Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez Riding Deep Impact to 1st 80%

2 years ago admin Comments Off on Kristina Bröring-Sprehe & Desperados Win Hagen CDI4* Freestyle, Edging Out Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez Riding Deep Impact to 1st 80%
HAGEN, Germany, April 28, 2018--Kristina Bröring-Sprehe and Desperados FRH won the Horses & Dreams CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday, edging out Spain's Severo Jurado Lopez riding Deep Impact to their first result of 80 per cent Read More

Japan’s Masanao Takahashi & Rubicon Unitechno Earn Score at Hagen CDI4* to Qualify for Tryon World Games

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HAGEN, Germany, April 29, 2018--The 2016 Olympic rider Masanao Takahashi and Rubcon Unitechno on Saturday earned the second qualifying score for the World Equestrian Games, providing Japan with enough qualified combinations to field a full team of four at Tryon, North Carolina in September Read More

Isabell Werth & Emilio Post Personal Best Score to Win Hagen Horses & Dreams CDI4* Grand Prix

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HAGEN, Germany, April 28, 2018--Isabell Werth rode Emilio to a personal best score to capture the Horses & Dreams CDI4* Grand Prix Saturday, while the much anticipated return of Sönke Rothenberger and Cosmo was marred by mistakes that put the Olympic team gold pair in third place Read More