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

2 weeks 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

Isabell Werth On Weihegold Enters 2019 at No. 1 for 3rd Year, Laura Graves & Verdades Match USA Record for Top 2 Placings

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Isabell Werth On Weihegold Enters 2019 at No. 1 for 3rd Year, Laura Graves & Verdades Match USA Record for Top 2 Placings
Isabell Werth on Weihegold entered 2019 at No. 1 for the third year while Laura Graves on Verdades matched the American record of eight months of top two placings held for more than 13 years by her personal trainer and newly appointed USA team coach Debbie McDonald Read More

Hans Peter Minderhoud & Dream Boy Claim Mechelen World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle With Personal Best Score

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Hans Peter Minderhoud & Dream Boy Claim Mechelen World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle With Personal Best Score
MECHELEN, Belgium, Dec. 29, 2018–Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glock’s Dream Boy won the World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday in only the second Big Tour musical performance for the Dutch pair and with a personal best score for the second day Read More

Hans Peter Minderhoud & Glock’s Dream Boy Win Mechelen World Cup Grand Prix

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Hans Peter Minderhoud & Glock’s Dream Boy Win Mechelen World Cup Grand Prix
MECHELEN, Belgium, Dec. 28, 2018--The Netherlands' World Equestrian Games team combination of Hans Peter Minderhoud and Glock's Dream Boy posted a personal best score to win the World Cup Grand Prix Friday just 11 days after capturing the experimental "short" Grand Prix at London. Read More

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

3 weeks 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

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

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Verdades, Laura Graves’ “Horse of a Lifetime,” Not Ready for Retirement After Historic 2018, Will Pursue World Cup–Part 3 of 3
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

Frederic Wandres on Duke of Britain Wins London World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle, First German Dressage Victor Ever at Olympia,

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Frederic Wandres on Duke of Britain Wins London World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle, First German Dressage Victor Ever at Olympia,
LONDON, Dec. 18, 2018--Frederic Wandres on Duke of Britain produced a Big Tour career high score performance to win the World Grand Prix Freestyle Tuesday, the first German to capture the premier British event since the annual championship series was begun at Olympia 16 years ago 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