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Daniel Bachmann Andersen on Blue Hors Zack Wins Den Bosch World Cup Freestyle to Beat Isabell Werth & Emilio

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Daniel Bachmann Andersen and Blue Hors Zack posted a personal best score Saturday to win the final World Cup qualifying event and beat Isabell Werth for the first time on one of the German superstar's top ranked horses. Helen Langehanenberg on the American-owned Damsey FRH was only slightly behind the Danish combination but also finished ahead of Isabell and Emilio. Read More

Daniel Bachmann Andersen & Don Olymbrio Do It Again–Wins Indoor Brabant CDI3* Freestyle to Beat Isabell Werth for 2nd Time

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‘s-HERTOGENBOSCH, Netherlands, Mar. 16, 2019–Denmark’s Daniel Bachmann Andersen and Blue Hors Don Olymbrio posted a personal best score to win the Indoor Brabant CDI3* Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday, beating Isabell Werth on Don Johnson FRH for the second day. Daniel and the 11-year-old KWPN stallion scored 84.195 per cent for the win that came a Read More

Canada’s Tina Irwin & Laurencio Complete Sweep of Three CDIO3* Nations Cup Competitions, USA’s Jennifer Baumert on Handsome Returns to Top Form

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 15, 2019--Canada's Tina Irwin on Laurencio won the Intermediate 1 Freestyle Friday to complete a sweep of the three Global Dressage Festival CDIO3* Nations Cup competitions while the USA's Jennifer Baumert on Handsome shucked off the pressure trying not to let her team down and returned to the top form they produced the past two years. Read More

Carl Hester Rides Nip Tuck to Triumphant Return to Win Keysoe CDI3* Grand Prix

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KEYSOE, England, Mar. 15, 2019–Carl Hester rode Nip Tuck to a triumphant return with victory in the CDI3* Grand Prix Friday in the first competition since 2017 for the British Olympic and World Games medal combination. Carl and the 15-year-old KWPN gelding were awarded 74.457 per cent for the win. Charlotte Dujardin on Erlentanz was Read More

Denmark’s Daniel Bachmann Andersen & Don Olymbrio Win Indoor Brabant CDI3* Grand Prix, Isabell Werth & Don Johnson Runner-up

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s'HERTOGENBOSCH, Netherlands, Mar. 15, 2019--Daniel Bachmann Andersen rode Blue Hors Don Olymbrio to a personal best score to win the CDI3* Grand Prix Friday for the Danish combination to start the second year of Big Tour competition. Read More

USA Wins Wellington CDIO3* Nations Cup, Canada Small Tour Success Unable to Hold Off American Power, Germany Bronze

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 14, 2019--The United States won the Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDIO3* Nations Cup Thursday night with powerful Big Tour performances that overwhelmed Canada's Small Tour successes while Germany took bronze. Read More

Canada’s Jill Irving & Degas Post Personal Best Score to Win Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 13, 2019–Canada’s World Equestrian Games team combination of Jill Irving and Degas won the Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDI3* Grand Prix with a personal best score Wednesday. Jill and the 17-year-old Hanoverian gelding which have been partnered at Big Tour for exactly seven years scored 72.565 per cent for the victory, the Read More