Helen Langehanenberg and Horses Ranked in World Top 30

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, April 10--The success of Helen Langehanenberg over the winter has propelled the rider and her two top horses to join fellow Germans Isabell Werth and Ulla Salzgeber and Holland's Hans Peter Minderhoud with more than one horse among the top 30 in the latest world individual rankings Read More

Spy Coast Farm Young Sporthorse Show Series for Lexington May 21

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, April 9--The next stage of the Spy Coast Farm Young Sporthorse Show Series will be held in Lexington, Kentucky May 21, following three events during Florida's Winter Equestrian Festival Read More

Dressage Foundation to Award Record $240,000 in 2011

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LINCOLN, Nebraska, April 7--The Dressage Foundation will award $240,000 (€168,000) in scholarships and grants in 2011, a record for the organization that was founded 11 years ago in this city in the American heartland to help grow and develop dressage in the United States Read More

CAN ADELINDE CLINCH WORLD CUP TITLE?

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The Netherlands' Adelinde Cornelissen is firm favorite to take the 2010/2011 title at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in Leipzig, Germany in three weeks. Read Louise Parkes' Preview. Read More

Alex McLin Resigns as FEI Secretary General, Replaced by Ingmar De Vos of Belgium

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, April 5--Alex McLin has resigned as secretary general and chief executive officer of the International Equestrian Federation and is being replaced by Ingmar De Vos of Belgium, who also headed up the recently formed European Equestrian Federation Read More

Florida’s Dressage Initiative Gets Big Thumbs Up in California as Great for Sport in USA

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Glenda McElroy, who probably has run more dressage competitions, including all the World Cup Finals in Las Vegas, than any other show manager in the United States, is excited about the initiative to create a dressage stadium in Palm Beach, Florida as are the top riders competing at her shows Read More

Jan Ebeling & Rafalca Win Burbank, Last World Cup Qualifier

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BURBANK, California, April 3--Jan Ebeling and Rafalca won the last World Cup qualifier Sunday with their second best ever Freestyle score to clinch a place at the Final in Leipzig, Germany at the end of the month Read More

Shannon Peters Turns Chore Into “Shiny” New Business

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BURBANK, California, April 2--Shannon Peters has become legendary for her shiny boots in more than three decades of riding and is sharing her secret and turning what for many is a chore into a business Read More