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Olivia LaGoy-Weltz Rides Lonoir to Personal Best Score to Win Wellington World Cup Grand Prix, Just One Performance from Invitation to World Championship Final–VIDEO CLIP

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 5, 2021--Olivia LaGoy-Weltz rode Lonoir to a personal best score to capture the Global Dressage Festival World Cup Grand Prix Friday to be one Freestyle performance away from the American partnership's first world championship. Read More

With Equine Herpes Virus in Europe, US Delays Announcement of Observation Events for American Olympic Team Short List

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The equine herpes virus outbreak in Europe has delayed announcement of observation events for the short list for the American team for the Tokyo Olympics to the end of March, the U.S. Equestrian Federation notified riders Thursday. Read More

Nick Wagman Rides Don John to Personal Best Score to Win Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix–VIDEO HIGHLIGHT

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 4, 2021--Nick Wagman rode Don John to a personal best score to win the Global Dressage Festival CDI3* Grand Prix Thursday, the rider conquering his show nerves to be back in Florida for a second year seeking a place on America's Olympic team. Read More

Strengthened EHV Counter Measures Imposed at Wellington’s Dressage & Jumping Show Grounds

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Strengthened requirements have been imposed at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center dressage and jumping shows, including barring entries for horses that have not shown this year at the Global Dressage and Winter Equestrian Festivals, to protect against possible Equine Herpes Virus. No cases of EHV-1 have been reported at the show grounds. Read More

Equine Herpes Virus Detected in One Horse in Ocala, Florida Shows Impose BioHazard Measures

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The Equine Herpes Virus that has forced closure of horse events in 10 Continental European countries has spread to the United States with a single horse at a farm in Ocala, Florida found to be infected leading to organizers of the Florida shows to impose biosecurity measures and clamp down on horses being shipped in. As of Wednesday afternoon no cases of the virus known as EHV-1 were reported... Read More

No Equine Herpes Virus Infections Found in USA

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Mar. 2, 2021--The United States Equestrian Federation reported Tuesday that no outbreaks have been detected in the U.S. of the equine herpes virus EHV-1 that has led to immediate cancellation of horse events in 10 countries in continental Europe until Mar. 28. Read More

Europe’s Equine Herpes Virus Outbreak Spreads, World Cup Concerns for 2nd Year

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Plans to stage the World Cup Finals of jumping and dressage at Gothenburg, Sweden the end of March were thrown into doubt Tuesday by the cancellation of equestrian events in several European nations for a month in response to the spread of an aggressive form of equine herpes virus. Since imposition of the horse show ban, new cases have been reported in other countries, including Sweden. Read More

All Horse Events in 10 European Nations Shut for Month to Deal with Equine Herpes Virus Outbreak Declared by FEI as “Probably Most Serious in Decades”

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Horse events in 10 European nations ordered shut down for a month to deal with an outbreak of aggressive Equine Herpes Virus EHV-1 that the International Equestrian Federation declared Monday as "probably the most serious" on the continent in decades. Read More