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Australia’s Mary Hanna & Calanta Out of Paris World Cup, Steffen Peters Turns Down Last-Minute Invite for Rosamunde

3 months ago admin Comments Off on Australia’s Mary Hanna & Calanta Out of Paris World Cup, Steffen Peters Turns Down Last-Minute Invite for Rosamunde
Australian Olympian Mary Hanna pulled an injured Calanta out of the World Cup Final but America's Steffen Peters that the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) tried to enlist as a last-minute replacement on Rosamunde turned down the invitation as too much of a strain on the mare Read More

Judges, Code of Points as Described by British Olympian Richard Davison of Dressage Judging Working Group

3 months ago admin Comments Off on Judges, Code of Points as Described by British Olympian Richard Davison of Dressage Judging Working Group
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, April 3, 2018--British Olympic rider Richard Davison gave an update at the recent International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Sport Forum of the Dressage Judging Working Group, including a pilot study of a defined code of points Read More

USA’s Adrienne Lyle on Salvino Jumps to Highest Ever World Ranking, Laura Graves & Verdades Head to Paris World Cup as No. 5

3 months ago admin Comments Off on USA’s Adrienne Lyle on Salvino Jumps to Highest Ever World Ranking, Laura Graves & Verdades Head to Paris World Cup as No. 5
Adrienne Lyle has achieved her highest ever world ranking at No. 19 with Salvino after a sweep of Florida's Global Dressage Festival Nations Cup while Laura Graves and Verdades head to the World Cup Final in Paris as No. 5 and the top American pair for the 20th month Read More

New Global Dressage Festival Show Grounds Begin Construction at Wellington’s International Polo Club

3 months ago admin Comments Off on New Global Dressage Festival Show Grounds Begin Construction at Wellington’s International Polo Club
WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 31, 2018--New show grounds for the Global Dressage Festival are under construction at the International Polo Club in Wellington and are expected to be completed in time for the 2018 winter circuit of 12 weeks, including seven international competitions Read More