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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

1 year 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

West Coast Dressage Festival Expands to Six Events in 2019, Global’s Big Money Circuit Shuffles Calendar to Boost Nations Cup

1 year ago admin Comments Off on West Coast Dressage Festival Expands to Six Events in 2019, Global’s Big Money Circuit Shuffles Calendar to Boost Nations Cup
The West Coast Dressage Festival that debuted with a circuit of four shows in California this year has scheduled a similar circuit for next winter and added two late-year CDIs in 2019. The winter-long Global Dressage Festival in Wellington, Florida. has shuffled its six international big money events in a move to boost participation in the only Nations Cup offered outside Europe Read More

Robert Dover Horsemastership Week Set for Wellington Jan. 3-6

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Oct. 5, 2018--The ninth annual Robert Dover Horsemastership Clinic Week will be staged inm Wellington, Florida Jan. 3-6, aimed at identifying and developing the next generation of American equestrian team talent Read More

Laura Graves & Verdades Make History: Their Journey and Where it Goes Next–Part 1 of 2

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Laura Graves is waiting to see what Verdades decides to do while taking a break from the competition arena after making dressage history as the first American combination to rank No. 1 in the world and achieving the best ever finish at an Olympics or global championship with two silver medals Read More

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

1 year 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

Juan Matute Guimon & Yeguada de Ymas End Sponsorship, 20-Year-Old Rider to Base Himself in Spain Instead of Florida

1 year ago admin Comments Off on Juan Matute Guimon & Yeguada de Ymas End Sponsorship, 20-Year-Old Rider to Base Himself in Spain Instead of Florida
Juan Matute Guimon and Yeguada de Ymas have ended their highly successful relationship of more than six years so the 20-year-old can base himself in Europe to develop into an elite competitor after he rode on the Spanish team at the World Equestrian Games that qualified his homeland for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo Read More

Adrienne Lyle & Salvino: Making of USA Championship Team Partnership

1 year ago admin Comments Off on Adrienne Lyle & Salvino: Making of USA Championship Team Partnership
When Adrienne Lyle saw the stallion with the tongue-twisting name Sandronnerhall on first arrival in the United States 3 1/2 years ago she glimpsed the potential but saw a long road ahead to develop an international Grand Prix mount. Read More

Robert Dover at WEG, His Last USA Coaching Championship, His Hopes & Future

1 year ago admin Comments Off on Robert Dover at WEG, His Last USA Coaching Championship, His Hopes & Future
When Robert Dover heads to Tryon in the next few days for the World Equestrian Games, it will be his last coaching assignment for an American championship team that he hopes will be high on the medals podium as the crowning achievement of a career that has spanned a half century with medals from four Olympics Read More