Young Sporthorse Finals Set for Wellington Dec. 8-9

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Nov. 10--The Young Horse Show Series Year-End Championship with $10,000 in prize money will be held at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center Dec. 8-9 Read More

Totilas to Compete at World Dressage Masters Palm Beach

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida, Nov. 10--Totilas, the reigning dressage world champion, will compete at the World Dressage Masters Palm Beach Jan. 26-29, joining some of the globe's top competitors at the fourth year of the €100,000 ((US$135,000) event Read More

Maria Ines Garcia Cuellar Speaks Out on IDRC Expulsion

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Maria Ines Garcia Cuellar admits she was "very surprised" at her expulsion from the International Dressage Riders Club in an effort by the group to force the International Equestrian Federation to accept their own candidate for a post on the powerful FEI Dressage Committee Read More

WOLFGANG NIGGLI DIES AT AGE 89

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Wolfgang Niggli of Switzerland, one of the most eminent figures in international dressage, died on Sunday, Oct. 30 at the age of 89 Read More

USA Elite Pre-Olympic Training Sessions Set for Florida, California

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Nov. 8--Six Elite Dressage Pre-Olympic Games three-day training sessions/clinics with U.S. coach Anne Gribbons and Steffen Peters have been scheduled in California and Florida during winter, funded by the U.S. Equestrian Federaiton and USET Foundation Read More

“Blood” Proposal for Dressage Horses Shelved, Sources Report

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A controversial proposal to allow a horse displaying any sign of blood at a major dressage championship to be examined by veterinarians and resume the competition if there is no risk to the horse's welfare has been shelved for this year by the Internaional Equestrian Federation's (FEI) Dressage Committee, sources told dressage-news.com Tuesday Read More