Michael Barisone Named Horse International’s Unofficial Sportsman of Year

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EINDHOVEN, The Netherlands, Jan. 13--Michael Barisone, the U.S. dressage rider, has been named "unofficial Sportsman of the Year" by the magazine Horse International for giving up his place in the 2009 Exquis World Dressage Masters Grand Prix Freestyle in Palm Beach to Anky van Grunsven Read More

Isabell Werth On Mission to Qualify for World Cup Final

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NEUMÜNSTER, Germany, Jan. 13--Clearly determined to win a start in the FEI World Cup Final, Isabell Werth will compete at Neumünster in February, which will be the third straight qualifier since returning to competition after the birth of her baby in October Read More

Minderhoud & IPS Tango Win Grand Prix Kür at Zwolle CDI3*

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ZWOLLE, The Netherlands, Jan. 9--Hans Peter Minderhoud rode the stallion IPS Tango to victory in the Zwolle International CDI3* Saturday, reversing the placings with Edward Gal and Sisther de Jeu in the Grand Prix. Both classes were a sweep for Dutch riders and horses Read More

Robert Dover Leading Ambitious Dressage Program for Canada, Sees Canadians on WEG Medals Podium

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WELLINGTON, Florida, January 8--Robert Dover, the six-time U.S. Olympian who has been coach of Canadian dressage for three months, is spearheading an ambitious development program that he believes could see Canada on the medals podium at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky Read More

Lusitano Stallions Training as WEG Prospects by Lisa Wilcox Withdrawn from Competition

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 6–Two Lusitano stallions that were being trained toward seeking a place on the U.S. team for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Kentucky have been withdrawn from competing by Lisa Wilcox, Olympic and WEG medalist. The Lusitano stallions, Queba HM and Quemacho HI, both aged 14,were owned by Ingred Lin, who Read More