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2018 Big Tour Tests With Rider Only Collective Mark Published

11 months ago admin Comments Off on 2018 Big Tour Tests With Rider Only Collective Mark Published
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Dec. 8, 2017--New dressage Grand Prix judging tests dropping three of the four "collective marks" as approved by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) were published Friday ahead of the first CDI in 2018, at Temecula, California the first week of January Read More

Judges’ Huts Off Limits to All But “Officiating People” Under New Rule

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Judges’ Huts Off Limits to All But “Officiating People” Under New Rule
The practice of new international judges sitting with more experienced ground jury members during a competition will not be allowed under a rule adopted by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) to come into effect Jan. 1, 2018 Read More

Zum Glück, 4YO Stallion, Sold for $1 Million at PSI Auction to Netherlands, Mare Florette Bought by USA’s Harmony Sporthorses for $830,000

12 months ago admin Comments Off on Zum Glück, 4YO Stallion, Sold for $1 Million at PSI Auction to Netherlands, Mare Florette Bought by USA’s Harmony Sporthorses for $830,000
ANKUM, Germany, Dec. 3, 2017--Zum Glück, a four-year-old Oldenburg stallion, was sold to the Netherlands for the top price of €850,000 (US$1 million) at the P.S.I. Auction and the USA's Harmony Sporthorses paid the second highest price of €700,000 (US$830,000) for the four-year-old mare Florette. Read More

Netherlands’ Alex van Silfhout & Zep Win Roosendaal CDI4* Grand Prix Special In Duo’s 1st Big Tour Event

12 months ago admin Comments Off on Netherlands’ Alex van Silfhout & Zep Win Roosendaal CDI4* Grand Prix Special In Duo’s 1st Big Tour Event
ROOSENDAAL, Netherlands, Dec. 2, 217–Alex van Silfhout rode Zep to victory in the Den Goubergh CDI4* Grand Prix Special Saturday in the first Big Tour event for the Netherlands’ pair. Alex and the 13-year-old KWPN gelding scored 69.412 per cent in the first CDI for Alex in six years. Zep was competed by his son, Read More