Olympics

USA Bred & Owned Mejorano Ridden for Spain, No American Flags at World Breeding Championships

2 months ago admin Comments Off on USA Bred & Owned Mejorano Ridden for Spain, No American Flags at World Breeding Championships
Mejorano, a P.R.E. stallion bred and owned by Hampton Green Farm in Florida and Michigan, was ridden by Jose Daniel Martin Dockx for Spain in the World Breeding Dressage Championships in Ermelo, Netherlands Friday. There were no American flags in the young horse event for the first time in 10 years. Read More

Great Britain’s Short List For Tryon World Equestrian Games Team Named, Mostly Olympic/Championship Riders, Rookie Horses

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Great Britain’s Short List For Tryon World Equestrian Games Team Named, Mostly Olympic/Championship Riders, Rookie Horses
Great Britain announced Friday the short list for its team for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina less than six weeks away, made up mostly of Olympic or championship medal riders on mostly rookie championship horses Read More

Isabell Werth Fills Latest Top Two World Ranking Spots, Entire USA Team in Top 25, Charlotte Dujardin Skyrockets to No. 10

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Isabell Werth Fills Latest Top Two World Ranking Spots, Entire USA Team in Top 25, Charlotte Dujardin Skyrockets to No. 10
Isabell Werth claimed the top two places in the latest world rankings posted Wednesday while the entire United States team was inside the top 25 for the first time and former No. 1 Charlotte Dujardin skyrocketed to 10th, all less than six weeks to the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina. Read More

Ashley Holzer After First American Team Experience Outside USA Wishes She’d Made Switch Sooner

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Ashley Holzer After First American Team Experience Outside USA Wishes She’d Made Switch Sooner
Ashley Holzer, despite having lived in the United States for many years and with a husband and two children Americans, dragged her feet to switch from riding for Canada. After her first competition with an American squad outside the U.S. she wishes she'd made the switch sooner. Read More

Edward Gal & Zonik Easily Win Dutch Championship Grand Prix, No Surprises in World Games Team Contender Placings

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Edward Gal & Zonik Easily Win Dutch Championship Grand Prix, No Surprises in World Games Team Contender Placings
ERMELO, Netherlands, July 28, 2018--Edward Gal and Glock's Zonik easily won the Netherlands Championships Grand Prix Saturday with no surprises in the placings of contenders for the Netherlands team for the World Equestrian Games in six weeks. All of the top placing riders are experienced at Olympics or championships Read More

British World Games Team Contender Super Nova II Withdrawn by Spencer Wilton from Hickstead CDI3* Grand Prix Special

2 months ago admin Comments Off on British World Games Team Contender Super Nova II Withdrawn by Spencer Wilton from Hickstead CDI3* Grand Prix Special
HICKSTEAD, England, July 28, 2018--Super Nova II ridden by Spencer Wilton for Great Britain's on the 2016 Olympic silver medal team was withdrawn from the CDI3* Grand Prix Special Saturday, possibly ending chances of the pair being considered for the World Equestrian Games in six weeks Read More

Spencer Wilton & Super Nova Win Hickstead CDI3* Grand Prix, Richard Davison & Bubblingh Post Personal Best for 2nd

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Spencer Wilton & Super Nova Win Hickstead CDI3* Grand Prix, Richard Davison & Bubblingh Post Personal Best for 2nd
HICKSTEAD, England, July 27, 2018--The Olympic team silver medal partnership of Spencer Wilton and Super Nova II won the CDI3* Grand Prix Friday in the final competition ahead of Great Britain naming its four combinations for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina in six weeks Read More