Dominican Republic Loses Protest Against Brazil Olympic Qualifying, May Appeal to CAS

9 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Dominican Republic Loses Protest Against Brazil Olympic Qualifying, May Appeal to CAS
The Dominican Republic has lost its protest against the staging of Olympic qualfying competitions in Brazil that led to Brazil’s Luíza Tavares de Almeida becoming the top ranked individual in Latin America to compete at the Olympic Games in London in three months Read More

Carl Hester & Uthopia Post British Record Grand Prix Score at Addington CDN

9 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Carl Hester & Uthopia Post British Record Grand Prix Score at Addington CDN
ADDINGTON, England, May 2--Carl Hester and Uthopia posted a new British record with a score of 83.2 per cent at Grand Prix in the Premier League Dressage CDN at Addington Wednesday, in the first competition of this Olympic year for the world's second ranked combination Read More

Totilas, Valegro & Mistral Hojris at Hagen Horses & Dreams CDI4*

9 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Totilas, Valegro & Mistral Hojris at Hagen Horses & Dreams CDI4*
The few minutes it took for Totilas and Matthias Alexander Rath to ride the Grand Prix at the Horses & Dreams CDI4* in Hagen, Germany, wiped out eight months of wild speculation and hype and elevated the black stallion to close to the level that made the horse a legend. A photo report from Hagen's Horses and Dreams CDI4* Read More

Decision Weeks Away on Steffen Peters & Ravel to be Excused from Olympic Selection Trials

9 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Decision Weeks Away on Steffen Peters & Ravel to be Excused from Olympic Selection Trials
Steffen Peters, the top ranked American rider, will have to wait for another three weeks to find out whether Ravel will have to fly 2,400 miles (3,860km) across the United States to compete head-to-head over two weeks for a place on the team for the Olympics in London Read More