US Seeks to Halt Sharp Decline in World Cup North American League Qualifiers

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A sharp decline in qualifying competitions in North America for the World Cup Final has led to the U.S. Equestrian Federation to seek ways to increase the number of shows, especially in California where there are no qualifiers for the second year in a row. Canada also has no scheduled qualifiers for the 2011 Final Read More

Totilas Moves to PSI in Germany, No Rider Yet Named

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Totilas was moved to Paul Schockemöhle's Performance Sales International barn in Germany Monday with Edward Gal wishing "every success" for the future of the 10-year-old stallion Read More

Sven Holmberg Announces Campaign Ticket

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Sven Holmberg of Sweden has selected Catherine Weber de Rize of Guatemala to be his 1st vice president if he is elected as president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) where he now serves as 1st vice president. He named New Zealand's Chris Hodson to be second vice president Read More

ISABELL & SATCHMO CAPTURE 1ST WEST EUROPEAN WORLD CUP QUALIFIER

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ODENSE, Denmark, Oct. 24--Isabell Werth and Satchmo, the German team Olympic gold medalists, turned the tables on local favorite Nathalie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein and Digby on Sunday to capture the first West European League World Cup qualifier for the 2010/2011 worldwide series Read More

Princess Nathalie on Digby Win Opening West European League World Cup Qualifier Grand Prix

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ODENSE, Denmark, Oct. 23--Nathalie zu Sayn-Wittgenstein rode Digby to victory Saturday before a home crowd in the Grand Prix of the first World Cup qualifier of the 2010/2011 winter season, squeaking out the win over Germany's Isabell Werth and Satchmo at the JBK Horse Show Read More

All Human Athletes Drug Tested at WEG Clean

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Oct. 22--All human athlete samples from the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky were negative for prohibited substances, the International Equestrian Federation announced Friday Read More

International Dressage Officials to Conduct In-Depth Analysis of WEG Judging

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ANTWERP, Belgium, Oct. 22-The International Dressage Officials Club which includes top judges, announced Friday it will conduct an in-depth analysis of judging at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, but did not indicate it found problems with the scoring Read More

USA’s David O’Connor Backs Rottinghuis for FEI Presidency, Agrees to Serve as 1st VP

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David O'Connor, U.S. Equestrian Federation President and Olympic gold medalist, will serve as 1st vice president if Dutch candidate Henk Rottinghuis is elected as chief of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) in next months's election. New Zealand's Christopher Hodson would be the 2nd vice president, a post he currently holds Read More