Buriel K.H.

World Cup Series Shaping Up as One of Most Competitive Moves to Higher Gear in Western Europe With North America’s Top Qualifiers Set for Winter

3 months ago admin Comments Off on World Cup Series Shaping Up as One of Most Competitive Moves to Higher Gear in Western Europe With North America’s Top Qualifiers Set for Winter
A World Cup series that could be one of the most competitive ever moves into higher gear next week with the start of an expanded Western European League, the last of the four geographic groups around the globe to launch competitions for a final in Gothenburg, Sweden next April that will be the freestyle deferred from the washed out Tryon World Games. Read More

Germany Leading World Equestrian Games Dressage Team Standings After Day 1, Sweden 2nd, USA 3rd

4 months ago admin Comments Off on Germany Leading World Equestrian Games Dressage Team Standings After Day 1, Sweden 2nd, USA 3rd
TRYON, North Carolina, Sept. 12, 2018--With the big guns still to come, Germany took an early lead Wednesday in the World Equestrian Games team medals Grand Prix with Sweden in second place and the United States lying third. Elsewhere at the combined world championships of eight horse sports, a bizarre series of events triggered by International Equestrian Federation (FEI) officials sending some of the 130 endurance horses on different... Read More

Patrik Kittel & Well Done de la Roche Win Cappeln CDI4* Grand Prix in One of Last World Equestrian Games Qualifying Shows

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Patrik Kittel & Well Done de la Roche Win Cappeln CDI4* Grand Prix in One of Last World Equestrian Games Qualifying Shows
CAPPELN, Germany, Aug. 10, 2018--Patrik Kittel rode Well Done de la Roche CMF to victory in the CDI4* Grand Prix Friday, leading a contingent of three possible Swedish team combinations preparing for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina in a month Read More