Helen Claire McNulty & Checkmate Take North American Junior Championship Individual Gold,

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky, July 17, 2015--Helen Claire McNulty who spent the winter with her Checkmate immersing herself in an intensive training program in Florida won the North American Junior Rider Championship individual gold Friday, the first international medal for the 15-year-old rider Read More

Successful CDI Grand Prix Debut for Carl Hester & Wanadoo Give Britain Nations Cup Lead

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HICKSTEAD, England, July 17, 2015--A successful international Grand Prix debut by Carl Hester on Wanadoo as the top scoring individual combination put Britain in the lead in the CDIO3* Nations Cup with Denmark standing second and Sweden third with two more phases to go Read More

Victoria Max-Theurer & Blind Date Win Cappeln CDI4* Grand Prix, Ireland’s Judy Reynolds & Vancouver 2nd in Highest Placing

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CAPPELN, Germany, July 17, 2015--Austria's star Olympian Victoria Max-Theurer posted a personal best score on Blind Date in winning the Dressur Cappeln International CDI4* Grand Prix Friday while Judy Reynolds on Vancouver K was runner-up with the highest placing in their Big Tour career so far Read More

New York Central Park Horse Show to Return With Bigger Dressage Component

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NEW YORK, July 17, 2015--The Rolex Central Park Horse Show will return to New York City with expanded dressage performances at the end of September after the inaugural event in 2014 won plaudits as a spectacular to raise the profile of horse sports around the world Read More

Sabine Schut-Kery Receives Apology from FEI Officials For Pan Am Individual Start Confusion

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PALGRAVE, Ontario, July 14, 2015--Sabine Schut-Kery of the United States dressage team at the Pan American Games received an apology Tuesday that was personally made by the highly respected regional official Carmen Berrera and Trond Asmyr, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) dressage director, for uncertainty that eventually led to her being removed from the Freestyle that decided individual medals Read More

Steffen Peters & Legolas Win Pan Am Individual Gold, Laura Graves & Verdades Silver, Canada’s Chris von Martels & Zilverstar Bronze

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PALGRAVE, Ontario, July 14, 2015--Steffen Peters squeezed every ounce of strength from himself and Legolas to win Pan American Games individual gold Tuesday with gold medal team mate Laura Graves on Verdades taking silver and Canada's Chris von Martels on Zilverstar the bronze Read More

Pan Am Games Individual Medal Freestyle Start List Changed After On-Again, Off-Again Negotiations

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PALGRAVE, Ontario, July 13, 2015--A rider from the United States and one from Canada that ranked fourth on their teams were dropped from the Pan American Games individual Freestyle medals competition to be replaced by riders from two other nations when the competition is held Tuesday Read More

Venezuela Files Protest Over Pan American Games Individual Dressage Competition

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PALGRAVE, Ontario, July 12, 2015--Venezuela has filed a protest over the Pan American Games individual dressage competition that aims to cut Canada and United States combinations to three instead of four with other nations filling the places as a display of more "flags" contesting the medals. Read More