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Germany Recovers to Capture Aachen Nations Cup Over USA, Kasey Perry-Glass & Dublet May Have Lost Grand Prix Special Top Spot by Single Low Score

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AACHEN, Germany, July 21, 2018--A powerful German team recovered from a shaky start to capture the World Equestrian Festival Nations Cup over the United States Saturday, while a single judge's low score may have knocked America's Kasey Perry-Glass on Dublet from the top of the individual Grand Prix Special Read More

Helen Langehanenberg Back Just Like Before in First Competition Since Baby, on Germany’s Nations Cup Team at Aachen CDIO5*

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AACHEN, Germany, July 19, 2018--Helen Langehanenberg, 29 days after giving birth to a daughter, competed for the first time Thursday, riding Damsey FRH to the top three in the World Equestrian Festival Nations Cup Grand Prix. Read More

Laura Graves & Verdades Win Aachen Grand Prix Showdown, USA Leads Midway through Nations Cup

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AACHEN, Germany, July 19, 2018--Laura Graves and Verdades won the Grand Prix showdown Thursday as the clear winner and to lead the United States to the top of the standings midway through the CDIO5* Nations Cup and less than two months to the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina. Read More

Showdown for USA & Germany at Home as Nations Get Ready to Compete at Aachen

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AACHEN, Germany, July 17, 2018—This week is crunch time for the United States, Denmark and other nations with a shot at being on the World Equestrian Games medals podium as they compete head-to-head in the Nations Cup while host Germany displays the depth of its lineup by being able to shuffle starting combinations. 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WARENDORF, Germany, July 13, 2018--Cosmo, world No. 5 ranked horse with Sönke Rothenberger, has been withdrawn from the World Equestrian Fstival CHIO at Aachen next week, but German team coach Monica Theodorescu expects the horse to be fine for the World Equestrian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

Desperados Out of Aachen, Final World Equestrian Games Trial for Germany

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WARENDORF, Germany, July 10, 2018--Desperados FRH, Olympic team and individual medal mount for Kristina Bröring-Sprehe, will not start at the World Equestrian Festival CHIO in Aachen, the last opportunity to earn a place on Germany's team at the World Equestrian Games in two months Read More

Maternity Leave Rule Introduced for Dressage World Rankings Effective 2019

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, July 5, 2018--A change in dressage world ranking rules to enable riders--male and female--on maternity leave from competition to keep some points will be implemented by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) beginning next year. Read More

Britain is Back! Past, Present, Future (?) Performances Heading to Tryon World Games

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Britain is Back! Past, Present, Future (?) Performances Heading to Tryon World Games
Great Britain's back! The success of Charlotte Dujardin on Mount St. John Freestyle and Carl Hester partnered with Hawtins Delicato at the Royal Windsor Horse Show has roiled the World Equestrian Games medal prospects exactly four months before the first horse rides down the centerline in the Grand Prix at Tryon, North Carolina. Read More