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London Olympia’s “Short” Grand Prix–What Was Intended & How Did it Work?

4 months ago admin Comments Off on London Olympia’s “Short” Grand Prix–What Was Intended & How Did it Work?
LONDON, Dec. 18, 2018--Simon Brooks Ward has developed major international horse events with a special allure--at Windsor Castle where the Queen and other "Royals" have been known to stop by and the Olympia indoor in a Victorian era behemoth in the heart of London that hosts World Cup qualifiers in dressage, driving and jumping. Read More

Stockholm Top 10 World’s Richest Dressage Competition

5 months ago admin Comments Off on Stockholm Top 10 World’s Richest Dressage Competition
STOCKHOLM, Nov. 26, 2018--The Saab Top 10 has received a big boost in total prizemoney to almost a quarter million Euros/US$275,000, making it the richest single dressage competition in the world and to be staged in Stockholm this week Read More

Brexit Talks Underway to Deal with Impact On Horse Sports

5 months ago admin Comments Off on Brexit Talks Underway to Deal with Impact On Horse Sports
With Brexit just four months away, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) reports it is involved in high level discussions to deal with what could become "unacceptable" waiting time for competition horses moving between Great Britain and European Union countries Read More

World Cup Series Shaping Up as One of Most Competitive Moves to Higher Gear in Western Europe With North America’s Top Qualifiers Set for Winter

6 months ago admin Comments Off on World Cup Series Shaping Up as One of Most Competitive Moves to Higher Gear in Western Europe With North America’s Top Qualifiers Set for Winter
A World Cup series that could be one of the most competitive ever moves into higher gear next week with the start of an expanded Western European League, the last of the four geographic groups around the globe to launch competitions for a final in Gothenburg, Sweden next April that will be the freestyle deferred from the washed out Tryon World Games. Read More

Kasey Perry-Glass Aiming Dublet for World Cup Final After Being Denied World Games Freestyle Competition

7 months ago admin Comments Off on Kasey Perry-Glass Aiming Dublet for World Cup Final After Being Denied World Games Freestyle Competition
Kasey Perry-Glass is bummed she didn't get to ride Dublet in the World Equestrian Games freestyle to keep up the momentum that this year vaulted the American pair to the top tier in the world. Not to be denied, she has set sights on next year's World Cup Final, the annual global championship focused on musical performance. Read More