Olympics

Juan Matute Guimon Awake, Off Respirator, Sitting in Chair

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Juan Matute Guimon Awake, Off Respirator, Sitting in Chair
Juan Matute Guimon was reported Sunday to be awake, off the respirator, knowing those around him and sitting in a chair in the Madrid hospital where he underwent brain surgery three weeks ago. Read More

Plans Proceeding for USA Festival of Champions, Young Horse Championships in August

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Plans Proceeding for USA Festival of Champions, Young Horse Championships in August
The U.S. federation is proceeding with plans to stage the dressage Festival of Champions and young horse championships in the Chicago area Aug. 18-23 while international events in America except for World Cup qualifiers in Tryon, North Carolina and two in California have been canceled for the rest of this year. Read More

Steffen Peters’ Renewed Drive to Coach, Compete After Successful Florida Circuit Helped Deal with Depression

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Steffen Peters’ Renewed Drive to Coach, Compete After Successful Florida Circuit Helped Deal with Depression
Steffen Peters is convinced that competing Suppenkasper at Florida's Global Dressage Festival was the best thing to help recover from depression and success of the partnership reinvigorated his enthusiasm to provide riding clinics and to continue competing at the top of the sport. Read More

FEI Tribunal Dismisses Appeal by Schmidt Family, Ulrike Prunterhaller Against FEI in Case Involving Austria’s Elisabeth Max-Theurer

2 months ago admin Comments Off on FEI Tribunal Dismisses Appeal by Schmidt Family, Ulrike Prunterhaller Against FEI in Case Involving Austria’s Elisabeth Max-Theurer
n appeal by Edda M. and Maximilian-Emanuel Schmidt, owners, and rider Ulrike Prunthaller against the International Equestrian Federation over its decision to reject complaints against Austrian national federation president Elisabeth "Sissy" Max-Theurer has been dismissed by the FEI Tribunal Read More