dressage-news

Kasey Perry-Glass Aiming Dublet for World Cup Final After Being Denied World Games Freestyle Competition

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Kasey Perry-Glass Aiming Dublet for World Cup Final After Being Denied World Games Freestyle Competition
Kasey Perry-Glass is bummed she didn't get to ride Dublet in the World Equestrian Games freestyle to keep up the momentum that this year vaulted the American pair to the top tier in the world. Not to be denied, she has set sights on next year's World Cup Final, the annual global championship focused on musical performance. Read More

Juan Matute Guimon & Yeguada de Ymas End Sponsorship, 20-Year-Old Rider to Base Himself in Spain Instead of Florida

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Juan Matute Guimon & Yeguada de Ymas End Sponsorship, 20-Year-Old Rider to Base Himself in Spain Instead of Florida
Juan Matute Guimon and Yeguada de Ymas have ended their highly successful relationship of more than six years so the 20-year-old can base himself in Europe to develop into an elite competitor after he rode on the Spanish team at the World Equestrian Games that qualified his homeland for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo Read More

Steffen Peters, Top American Rider for Most of Past Two Decades, Inspired by World Games Silver Medal Team Mates

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Steffen Peters, Top American Rider for Most of Past Two Decades, Inspired by World Games Silver Medal Team Mates
TRYON, North Carolina, Sept. 19, 2018--Steffen Peters admits he was inspired by the performance of his three team mates to win silver at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina where he was the drop score for the first time in his Olympic and international championship career as the top American rider for most of the past two decades. Read More