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Netherlands’ Esmee Donkers, Daphne Van Peperstraten Capture European Young Rider & Junior Individual Championships in Fontainebleau

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FONTAINEBLEAU, France, July 14, 2018–Young Rider Esmee Donkers on Chaina and Junior Daphne van Peperstraten on Greenpoint’s Cupido claimed both European Championship individual gold medals for the Netherlands Saturday. Esmee on the 11-year-old KWPN mare Chaina scored 77.294 per cent after placing first individually in the Nations Cup competition that led her team to the Read More

Cosmo Out of Aachen With Infection, Tryon World Equestrian Games Looks OK

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WARENDORF, Germany, July 13, 2018--Cosmo, world No. 5 ranked horse with Sönke Rothenberger, has been withdrawn from the World Equestrian Fstival CHIO at Aachen next week, but German team coach Monica Theodorescu expects the horse to be fine for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina in two months Read More

Adelinde Cornelissen & Zephyr Win Falsterbo CDI3* Grand Prix, Don Auriello Withdrawn by Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén from Latest Comeback Show

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FALSTERBO, Sweden, July 13, 2018--Adelinde Cornelissen rode Zephyr to victory in the CDI3* Grand Prix Friday, the third win of the year for the Dutch pair. Don Auriello, the two-time Olympic mount for Sweden's Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén, did not start in what was to be their second comeback show after an absence of almost two years from competition Read More

Tryon World Equestrian Games Two Months to Go, an Update

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With exactly two months to the opening of the World Equestrian Games, hundreds of riders are competing over the next couple of weeks for a ticket to what is the most ambitious privately-funded championships in history and in the throes of completing facilities that could draw as many as a half million horse fans from around the world beginning Sept. 11. Read More

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Equestrian Venue Described by IOC as “Very, Very Impressive”

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TOKYO, July 11, 2018--Equestrian Park to be used for dressage and jumping at the 2020 Olympics was among the venues described as "very, very impressive" by International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission chairman John Coates during a tour of several facilities Tuesday. Read More