Dorothee Schneider

Isabell Werth & Bella Rose Move to World No. 2 to Edge Ahead of America’s Laura Graves & Verdades, But Behind Weihegold No. 1 for 29th Month

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Isabell Werth & Bella Rose Move to World No. 2 to Edge Ahead of America’s Laura Graves & Verdades, But Behind Weihegold No. 1 for 29th Month
Bella Rose, ridden by Isabell Werth in a miraculous recovery from almost four years away from top sport, is now ranked second in the world behind only the German superstar's three-time World Cup and Olympic mount, Weihegold OLD, No. 1 for 29 months. Read More

Dorothee Schneider & Showtime Win Magna Racino CDI4* Grand Prix Special to Complete Successful Return to Competition

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Dorothee Schneider & Showtime Win Magna Racino CDI4* Grand Prix Special to Complete Successful Return to Competition
EBREICHSDORF, Austria, April 14, 2019–Dorothee Schneider rode her Olympic team gold medal horse Showtime FRH to victory in the Magna Racino CDI4* Grand Prix Special Sunday completing a successful return to competition after a nine-month injury timeout Read More

Canada’s Jill Irving Recovering from Injury on Degas Ride Horse to Victory in Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix, Jessica Kozel & Denzello Take Other Grand Prix for 1st Win

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Canada’s Jill Irving Recovering from Injury on Degas Ride Horse to Victory in Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix, Jessica Kozel & Denzello Take Other Grand Prix for 1st Win
WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 28, 2019--Jill Irving of Canada rode Degas to victory in the Adequan Gobal Dressage Festival CDI4* for the Special 12 days days after breaking a rib when thrown from the horse in an honor round in the same arena. Big Tour newcomer Jessica Kozel on Denzello posted their first victory by taking the CDI4* Grand Prix for the Freestyle Read More

World Cup Final Lineup for Gothenburg, Sweden

2 months ago admin Comments Off on World Cup Final Lineup for Gothenburg, Sweden
The lineup for the World Cup Final was announced by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Wednesday with reigning champion Isabell Werth on Weihegold OLD to defend against America's Laura Graves on Verdades as runner-up the past two years and 16 other horses and riders. Read More