Olympics

Heather Blitz’s Return to Big Tour & Stable Full of Young Talents

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Heather Blitz will return to Big Tour competition next month for the first time in almost four years, likely with two Grand Prix mounts to compete for a place on the United States team for the Pan American Games next summer. Read More

USA Riders, Owners of Don Principe & Horizon Settle With FEI 2017 Banned Substance Case

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A settlement has been reached in the case of American Under-25 rider Kaitlin Blythe and Don Principe and Olympic and World Games competitor Adrienne Lyle and Horizon and the International Equestrian Federation over the finding of a banned substance in their horses almost two years ago Read More

Verdades, Laura Graves’ “Horse of a Lifetime,” Not Ready for Retirement After Historic 2018, Will Pursue World Cup–Part 3 of 3

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Verdades, refreshed from a break, is "clearly not ready for retirement" following historic 2018 World Equestrian Games performances that led to the pair becoming the first Americans to be ranked No. 1 in the world and lifetime partner Laura Graves will pursue a World Cup title the duo has twice been runner-up Read More

Hans Peter Minderhoud & Glock’s Dream Boy Win London Olympia World Cup First “Short” Grand Prix

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LONDON, Dec. 17, 2018--The 2016 World Cup champion Hans Peter Minderhoud rode Glock's Dream Boy to victory in the debut of the "short" Grand Prix Monday night that averaged at least one minute shorter than the standard test and some of the riders suggested some refinements to make it flow more smoothly. Read More

Isabell Werth Slams FEI “Short” Grand Prix to Debut at London Olympia World Cup

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FRANKFURT, Germany, Dec. 17, 2018—Isabell Werth, the German dressage superstar and the most decorated Olympic equestrian in history, dismissed as making no sense shortening the Grand Prix that will have its first experiment at the World Cup event at London Olympia on Monday Read More

Charlotte Bredahl, Olympic Team Bronze Medal Rider, FEI 4* Judge, Selected as USA Development Coach

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Dec. 11, 2018--Charlotte Bredahl, a 1992 Olympic team bronze medalist and FEI 4* judge, on Tuesday was named United States Development Coach, to continue building a sustainable system to produce combinations for the Dressage Elite Athlete Program Read More