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Great Britain’s Emile Faurie & Dono Di Maggio, Finland’s Henri Ruoste & Roccabar Each Win Grand Prix at Aachen CDI3*

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Great Britain’s Emile Faurie & Dono Di Maggio, Finland’s Henri Ruoste & Roccabar Each Win Grand Prix at Aachen CDI3*
AACHEN, Germany, April 17, 2018–Great Britain’s Emile Faurie rode Dono Di Maggi to a personal best score to win the Aachen Dressage Days CDI3* Grand Prix for the Special while Finland’s Henri Ruoste debuted Roccabar to capture the Grand Prix to qualify for the Freestyle. Emile and the 11-year-old Oldenburg gelding scored 73.283 per cent in Read More

Two Japanese, One Israeli Combinations at Aachen CDI3* Earn 1st Required Scores, Palestine Completes Qualifying for Tryon World Equestrian Games

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Two Japanese, One Israeli Combinations at Aachen CDI3* Earn 1st Required Scores, Palestine Completes Qualifying for Tryon World Equestrian Games
AACHEN, Germany, April 17, 2018--Two Japanese and one Israeli combinations at Aachen Dressage Days CDI3* Grand Prix Tuesday earned the first of two scores required to qualify for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina in September Read More

Australia’s Kristy Oatley Dominates Zakrzów CDI3* With Du Soleil & Swagman

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Australia’s Kristy Oatley Dominates Zakrzów CDI3* With Du Soleil & Swagman
ZAKRZÓW, Poland, April 16, 2018--Australia's Kristy Oatley dominated the Zakrzów CDI3*, posting personal best scores in both the Grand Prix and Special with her Olympic mount Du Soleil and on Swagman won their debut Grand Prix Freestyle. Read More

Laura Graves Makes History at Paris World Cup Final

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Laura Graves Makes History at Paris World Cup Final
PARIS, April 15, 2018--When Laura Graves and Verdades completed the World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle, the score of 89.082 per cent became the highest for a reserve champion in the 33 years of the individual final Read More

High Tech Changes to Grow Audience for Dressage Supported by Riders, Spectators, Organizers, Judges

11 months ago admin Comments Off on High Tech Changes to Grow Audience for Dressage Supported by Riders, Spectators, Organizers, Judges
Increasing application of high technology is bringing changes to dressage to make the sport more engaging and easily understood by both devotees and occasional fans unfamiliar and uninterested in small details and generating almost none of the opposition triggered by some recent officially sanctioned proposals. Read More

New Global Dressage Festival Show Grounds Begin Construction at Wellington’s International Polo Club

12 months ago admin Comments Off on New Global Dressage Festival Show Grounds Begin Construction at Wellington’s International Polo Club
WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 31, 2018--New show grounds for the Global Dressage Festival are under construction at the International Polo Club in Wellington and are expected to be completed in time for the 2018 winter circuit of 12 weeks, including seven international competitions Read More

Powerful USA Team Wins Wellington Nations Cup, Canada Takes Silver, Australia Bronze

12 months ago admin Comments Off on Powerful USA Team Wins Wellington Nations Cup, Canada Takes Silver, Australia Bronze
WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 29, 2018--A powerful United States team led by Adrienne Lyle and Salvino posting another personal best score dominated two days of Nations Cup competition to claim the Global Dressage Festival CDIO3* gold Thursday and avenge defeat by Canada in 2017. Canada won silver and Australia bronze, the first medal for the team from Down Under in any Nations Cup in the world. Read More