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Verdades to be Retired at Las Vegas World Cup Final, Organizers Say Event Planning Going On But Coronavirus Makes Situation “Fluid”

5 months ago admin Comments Off on Verdades to be Retired at Las Vegas World Cup Final, Organizers Say Event Planning Going On But Coronavirus Makes Situation “Fluid”
LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Mar. 9, 2020--Verdades ridden by Laura Graves to Olympic and world championship medals and the only American partnership to become No. 1 on the globe will be officially retired at the World Cup Final next month. Organizers report planning is going on but coronavirus has made the situation "fluid." Read More

Adrienne Lyle & Salvino, Kasey Perry-Glass & Dublet to Miss Wellington CDI5*, Adrienne Plans CDI4* Week Later in Bid for USA Olympic Team

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Adrienne Lyle & Salvino, Kasey Perry-Glass & Dublet to Miss Wellington CDI5*, Adrienne Plans CDI4* Week Later in Bid for USA Olympic Team
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 10, 2020--The Global Dressage Festival CDI5* will be highly competitive with riders from several nations competing to start at the Tokyo Olympics but two top American contenders are delaying runs for the team. Read More

Steffen Peters Talks About Daily Mental Therapy as he Seeks Place on 5th USA Olympic Team

7 months ago admin Comments Off on Steffen Peters Talks About Daily Mental Therapy as he Seeks Place on 5th USA Olympic Team
Six months after Steffen Peters disclosed mental health issues sustained after a quarter century among the world's elite competitors, the rider reports he works daily on recovery, imprinting images of his 2009 World Cup victory on Ravel to control his thoughts and emotions as he seeks a place on what would be his fifth Olympic team for America. Read More

Isabell Werth Into 2020 Ranked Top With Bella Rose and First Rider as Year-End No. 1 on 2 Different Horses

8 months ago admin Comments Off on Isabell Werth Into 2020 Ranked Top With Bella Rose and First Rider as Year-End No. 1 on 2 Different Horses
Isabell Werth starts 2020 ranked top in the world with Bella Rose and becomes the first rider as year-end No. 1 on two different horses since the current format of ranking rider/horse combinations was begun in 2006. Great Britain's Charlotte Dujardin on Mount St. John Freestyle produced the most dramatic change in the standings, skytocketing to No. 6 in the world from 48th. Read More