Fabienne Humanely Euthanized at Age 29

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HEINBERG, Germany, Jan. 26--Fabienne, Isabell Werth's mount for her victorious 1992 World Cup Final, has been humanely euthanized at the age of 29 Read More

Matiné Euthanized After Breaking Leg in Field

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RANDBØL, Denmark, Jan. 25--Blue Hors Matiné, the gray mare that was a star of the 2006 World Equestrian Games, was put down Monday after breaking her leg in the field Read More

Raleigh CDI-W Canceled for 2010

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RALEIGH, North Carolina, Jan. 25--The 2010 Raleigh CDI World Cup qualifier scheduled for June 4-6 has been suspended, further reducing the number of competitions that U.S. riders can compete in to win a place in the World Equestrian Games selection trials Read More

Ashley Holzer & Pop Art Win Florida World Cup Qualifier

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Jan. 24–Canada’s Ashley Holzer and Pop Art, veterans of Olympic and World Cup competitions, won the Gold Coast Dressage Association’s World Cup qualifying Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday night to keep the combination atop of the North American League (NAL) standings. The score of 76.400 per cent in a field of only Read More

Debbie McDonald Named US Developing Dressage Coach

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Jan. 23--Debbie McDonald, Olympic and World Equestrian Games medalist and World Cup champion, has been named the U.S. Developing Dressage Coach Read More

Gal & Totilas Win Amsterdam World Cup Qualifier, Bechtolsheimer 2nd

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AMSTERDAM, Jan. 23--Moorlands Totilas easily won the World Cup qualifying Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday and shot to the top of the series leaderboard, but the other top placegetters surprised the sport's longtime champions, Anky van Grunsven and Isabell Werth Read More

Totilas Wins–Again! Laura Bechtolsheimer Beats Anky & Isabell

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AMSTERDAM, Jan. 22--Moorlands Totilas ridden by Edward Gal won the Jumping Amsterdam Grand Prix at the World Cup qualifying event Friday, but the Britain's Laura Bechtolsheimer on her Olympic mount Mistral Hojris came second ahead of Anky van Grunsven and Isabell Werth Read More

Dressage Canada Announces 2010 Short and Long Lists

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OTTAWA, Ontario, Jan. 21-- The 2010 Dressage Short and Long Lists for Canada, based on criteria that considered 2009 competition results, were announced Thursday by Dressage Canada’s Senior High Performance Committee Read More

NEW CLEAN SPORT INTERNET WEBSITE LAUNCHED BY FEI

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, July 18--The FEI today launched A new Internet website dedicated to the Clean Sport Campaign was launched Monday by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Read More