Robert Dover HorseMastership Week Jan. 5-9 Open to Auditors

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Dec. 22, 2015--The Robert Dover HorseMastership Week of leading American trainers, riders and other industry experts scheduled for the Global Dressage Festival show grounds Jan. 5-9 is open to auditors Read More

$10,000 In Grants Awarded to US Dressage Instructors

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LINCOLN, Nebraska, Dec. 21, 2015--The Dressage Foundation announced $10,000 in grants to dressage instructors through the Major Anders Lindgren Scholarship program Read More

Grand Prix Results in USA & Europe Virtually Interchangeable for Most Americans & Europeans

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Dec. 20, 2015--Grand Prix competitions in the United States and Europe have become virtually interchangeable with the growing number of riders crossing the Atlantic in both directions mostly being awarded scores about the same no matter the continent Read More

Dorothee Schneider & Santiago Win 2015 Nürnberger Burg-Pokal Final

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FRANKFURT, Germany, Dec. 19, 2015--Dorothee Schneider and Santiago, an eight-year-old Hanoverian gelding, won the 2015 Nürnberger Burg-Pokal final Saturday, the first victory in the prestigious event for the German Olympic rider Read More

Beatrice Buchwald & Weihegold Post Personal Best to Win Frankfurt CDI4* Grand Prix Special

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FRANKFURT, Germany, Dec. 19, 2015--Beatrice Buchwald and Weihegold OLD claimed the CDI4* Grand Prix Special Saturday with the highest score for the pair so far and at the same show where the pair won both the German championships for Small Tour and developing Grand Prix horses in the past two years Read More

Canada Drops Olympic “Bonus” Selection for Dressage in Favor of Best Results

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Equine Canada is dropping a controversial Olympic qualifying plan awarding "bonus" points to combinations credited with earning individual places at next summer's Rio de Janeiro Games and to replace it with a format aimed at giving high performance riders an equal chance. Read More