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New World Equestrian Center in Ocala to Host First Shows in 2021

2 months ago admin Comments Off on New World Equestrian Center in Ocala to Host First Shows in 2021
OCALA, Florida, Jan. 7, 2019--A World Equestrian Center with a main stadium surrounded by a luxury hotel, four indoor and 17 outdoor arenas under construction opened for business Monday with the first horse shows to be staged in two years Read More

Benjamin Ebeling Following in Dad’s Dressage Steps but Jumping, Too–“Focus on Youth,” Presented by Back on Track

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Benjamin Ebeling Following in Dad’s Dressage Steps but Jumping, Too–“Focus on Youth,” Presented by Back on Track
WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 6, 2019--Benjamin Ebeling has spent most of the 19 years of his life in a family immersed in dressage with his father riding in the Olympics for the United States and his mother a horse owner and running the barn as a successful business in Southern California Read More

Stuart Roffman Added to Alleged Horse Deal Fraud Case Against Daughter Caroline Roffman, Son-in-Law Benjamin Meredith, Rick Rockefeller-Silvia

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Stuart Roffman Added to Alleged Horse Deal Fraud Case Against Daughter Caroline Roffman, Son-in-Law Benjamin Meredith, Rick Rockefeller-Silvia
WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Jan. 3, 2019--A lawsuit alleging a horse deal fraud by 2010 FEI "Rising Star" Caroline Roffman, husband Benjamin Meredith and Richard Rockefeller-Silvia has been amended to include Stuart Roffman, Caroline's father, who was accused in a court filing of seeking to "torpedo" a settlement Read More

Dominican Republic’s Yvonne Losos de Muñiz Back Aiming for Championships, Undaunted by Injury that Kept Her Out of Tryon World Games

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Dominican Republic’s Yvonne Losos de Muñiz Back Aiming for Championships, Undaunted by Injury that Kept Her Out of Tryon World Games
WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 2, 2019–Yvonne Losos de Muñiz, undaunted by injury that kept her out of the 2018 World Equestrian Games, has set championships and Olympics for years to come as new goals for herself. Read More

Trans-Atlantic Coach Lars Petersen Making Impact on Denmark’s Top Dressage Though Now Riding For USA

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Trans-Atlantic Coach Lars Petersen Making Impact on Denmark’s Top Dressage Though Now Riding For USA
Daniel Bachmann Andersen will enter 2019 as Denmark's highest ranked rider on Blue Hors Zack after a year placing three horses in the top 30 in the world and capturing Germany's prestigious Louisdor Prize for developing Grand Prix horses. Behind the scenes as his coach is Lars Petersen, the former Danish Olympian who is based in Florida and now rides for the USA. Read More

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

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Heather Blitz’s Return to Big Tour & Stable Full of Young Talents
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

Global Dressage Festival Prizemoney Increases to $597,700 for 7 CDIs as Richest Dressage Circuit in World

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Global Dressage Festival Prizemoney Increases to $597,700 for 7 CDIs as Richest Dressage Circuit in World
WELLINGTON, Florida, Dec. 10, 2018--The Adequan Global Dessage Festival will see a small increase in total prize money to $597,700 for seven CDIs to remain the richest dressage circuit in the world of international and national competitions over 12 weeks that begins in a month Read More

Miami Horse Quarantine Partial Closure Imposing Extra Costs, Horse Travel Time for Wellington Winter Dressage, Jumping, Polo Circuits

3 months ago admin Comments Off on Miami Horse Quarantine Partial Closure Imposing Extra Costs, Horse Travel Time for Wellington Winter Dressage, Jumping, Polo Circuits
WELLINGTON, Florida, Nov. 16, 2018--A relatively minor renovation project has closed parts of Miami International Airport's quarantine center forcing rerouting of hundreds of horses from around the world to import centers in Chicago and New York requiring expensive and lengthy land transport to their destination in Wellington Read More