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Debbie McDonald is Back as USA Dressage Team Coach

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Debbie McDonald, one of the most successful competitors and trainers in the history of American dressage, is back as coach of the United States team Read More

Howald Pferdekaemper, German-Born Pioneer of Florida Dressage, Dead at Age 92

2 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Howald Pferdekaemper, German-Born Pioneer of Florida Dressage, Dead at Age 92
Jan 31, 2023 Howald Pferdekaemper a pioneer in staging dressage competitions including creating White Fences dressage center and The Palm Beach Dressage Derby has died at the age of 92. Howald and and his wife, Gisela, first came to Florida from Germany in 1975 with a Hanoverian stallion and 32 broodmares. After being based initially Read More

Summersby II Ridden by Alice Tarjan to Wellington’s Lövsta Future Challenge for Prospective Grand Prix Horses, Germany’s Michael Klimke and Harmony’s Fado Capture Prix St. Georges Division

4 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Summersby II Ridden by Alice Tarjan to Wellington’s Lövsta Future Challenge for Prospective Grand Prix Horses, Germany’s Michael Klimke and Harmony’s Fado Capture Prix St. Georges Division
Summersby II, eight-year-old Oldenburg mare ridden by Alice Tarjan to Lövsta Future Challenge for prospective Grand Prix horses, Germany's Michael Klimke and Harmony's Fado capture Prix St. Georges division Read More

France’s Morgan Barbançon on Habana Libre Wins Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix Special on Her Highest Special Result Since 2014 World Games

5 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on France’s Morgan Barbançon on Habana Libre Wins Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix Special on Her Highest Special Result Since 2014 World Games
Morgan Barbançon on Habana Libre wins the Global Dressage Festival CDI4* Grand Prix Special on score that highest for French rider in the Special since competing Painted Black at 2014 World Games Read More

Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Bluetooth OLD Win Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle to Maintain Dominance of Global Dressage Festival Top Sport

6 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Bluetooth OLD Win Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle to Maintain Dominance of Global Dressage Festival Top Sport
Germany's Frederic Wandres on Bluetooth OLD won the CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle on a personal best score to maintain his dominance of the Global Dressage Festival Big Tour circuit with European combinations filling the top four places on the leaderboard. Read More
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