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Isabell Werth Rides Bella Rose to Victory at Cappeln CDI4* In First Grand Prix Freestyle in Four Years

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Isabell Werth Rides Bella Rose to Victory at Cappeln CDI4* In First Grand Prix Freestyle in Four Years
Isabell Werth rode Bella Rose to victory at the Cappeln, Germany CDI4* Saturday in only the second Grand Prix Freestyle of the mare's Big Tour career of more than five years to give the pair a shot at being selected for the German team for the World Equestrian Games opening in a month Read More

Patrik Kittel & Well Done de la Roche Win Cappeln CDI4* Grand Prix in One of Last World Equestrian Games Qualifying Shows

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Patrik Kittel & Well Done de la Roche Win Cappeln CDI4* Grand Prix in One of Last World Equestrian Games Qualifying Shows
CAPPELN, Germany, Aug. 10, 2018--Patrik Kittel rode Well Done de la Roche CMF to victory in the CDI4* Grand Prix Friday, leading a contingent of three possible Swedish team combinations preparing for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina in a month Read More

USA Dressage Development Coach Sought as Successor to Debbie McDonald

12 months ago admin Comments Off on USA Dressage Development Coach Sought as Successor to Debbie McDonald
LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Aug. 9, 2018--A Dressage Development Coach is being sought by the United States Equestrian Federation to succeed Debbie McDonald who becomes Dressage Technical Advisor and Chef d’Equipe following the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, opening a month from now. Read More

With German World Games Team Undecided, Isabell Werth To Compete Bella Rose at Cappeln CDI4* Friday

12 months ago admin Comments Off on With German World Games Team Undecided, Isabell Werth To Compete Bella Rose at Cappeln CDI4* Friday
CAPPELN, Germany, Aug. 9, 2018--With the German team undecided for the World Equestrian Games just a month away, Isabell Werth is scheduled to compete Bella Rose at the CDI4* Friday, in the third competition since returning from a break of almost four years in a bid to earn a start in Tryon. Read More

FEI President Ingmar de Vos Appointed to Influential International Olympic Committee Legal Affairs Commission

12 months ago admin Comments Off on FEI President Ingmar de Vos Appointed to Influential International Olympic Committee Legal Affairs Commission
Ingmar de Vos, president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has been appointed a member of the six-member Legal Commission that wields considerable influence including devising policies on the awarding of Olympic Games. Read More

USA’s Anna Weniger & Don Derrick Win North American Young Rider Championship Gold, Canada’s Chase Robertson & Winsome Take Junior Title

12 months ago admin Comments Off on USA’s Anna Weniger & Don Derrick Win North American Young Rider Championship Gold, Canada’s Chase Robertson & Winsome Take Junior Title
NORTH SALEM, New York, Aug. 5, 2018--The USA's Anna Weniger on the American-bred Dutch riding horse Don Derrick won the North American Young Rider Championship Freestyle gold Sunday while Canada's Chase Robertson and Winsome took the Junior Rider title Read More

D’Avie Ridden by Severo Jurado Lopez to World Breeding Six-Year-Old Championship Gold

12 months ago admin Comments Off on D’Avie Ridden by Severo Jurado Lopez to World Breeding Six-Year-Old Championship Gold
ERMELO, Netherlands, Aug. 5, 2018--The Hanoverian stallion d'Avie was ridden by Severo Jurado Lopez of Spain to World Breeding Six-Year-Old Championship gold with Villeneuve competed by Germany's Laura Strobel taking silver and Hermes ridden by Dinja van Liere of the Netherlands the bronze Read More