Top Judge Stephen Clarke of Britain on Olympics & State of Dressage

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As one of the world's top internatonal judges, Stephen Clarke gets the highest marks in what are sometimes opposing attributes--respect and popularity--enhanced by his role as president of the ground jury at the summer Olympic Gamess that may have been the most successful showcase ever for dressage. Read More

Emeici, formerly Etoine, 2012 KWPN Licensing Champion, in USA

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Oct. 14--Emeici, the 2012 champion of the KWPN licensing when named Etoine, has arrived in Florida and Caroline Roffman has begun training the three-year-old stallion for his competition career Read More

Memorial Service for Patsy Albers Set for Wednesday

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A memorial service for Patsy Albers will be held at St. David's Episcopal Church, 2320 Grubb Road, Wilmington Delaware, at 4 p.m. Wednesday Oct. 17, the family said Sunday. A reception will follow Read More

Lyndal Oatley & Sandro Boy Claim Likely Highest Ever Score for Aussie at Int’l GP

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Lyndal Oatley and Sandro Boy won their first ever CDI Grand Prix and posted what is likely a record Grand Prix score for Australia in international competition when the Olympic combination won the Kaposvár World Cup Grand Prix with 72.277 per cent in Hungary Saturday Read More

Steffen Peters & Legolas to Compete at 2 Florida CDI5*s, Top German Shows in 2013

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Steffen Peters will skip the 2013 World Cup circuit with Legolas but compete in California, at two CDI5* events in Florida as well as a homecoming to Horses & Dreams at Hagen, Germany to kick off the first European swing for America's top horse and rider combination Read More

Patsy Albers, Dressage Manager, Chef, Volunteer Extraordinaire, Dies Suddenly

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Patsy Albers, one of the best known figures at dressage competitions throughout the United States as a manager, young rider official and volunteer, died suddenly at her home in Chesapeake City, Maryland, on Friday. She was 76 years old Read More

Heather Blitz On Her Olympic and Pan American Games Experiences

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Heather Blitz spent the better part of a year training, competing and waiting on the sidelines in case she and her Paragon were needed by the United States. As an owner and rider with no deep-pocketed sponsor she had to keep her business going even when she was off representing the United States at the Pan American Games in 2011 and was the traveling reserve at the Olympics in... Read More

INTERNATIONAL POLO’S JOHN GOODMAN BACK IN JAIL

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Oct. 11-John Goodman, whose International Polo Club was the main sponsor of the World Dressage Masters Palm Beach, was back in jail Thursday after he allegedly tampered with his electronic ankle bracelet while under house arrest awaiting an appeal against a 16-year prison sentence for driving under the influence manslaughte Read More