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Mariett, Brought Back from Career-Ending Injury to Go to World Games, Retires This Week

3 years ago admin Comments Off on Mariett, Brought Back from Career-Ending Injury to Go to World Games, Retires This Week
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 6, 2017--Mariett, the mare that made a miraculous recovery from a feared career-ending injury to be ridden by Lars Petersen for Denmark at World Games and World Cup Final, will be honored in a retirement ceremony at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival Friday night Read More

Boyd Martin Wins $100,000 Eventing Showcase for 3rd Straight Time at Global Dressage Festival Grounds

3 years ago admin Comments Off on Boyd Martin Wins $100,000 Eventing Showcase for 3rd Straight Time at Global Dressage Festival Grounds
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 4, 2017--U.S. Olympian Boyd Martin won the $100,000 Eventing Showcase Saturday, riding a "failed fox hunter" named Welcome Shadow to claim the third straight victory in the annual competition that was founded three years ago at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival grounds Read More

Wendi Williamson Rides Dejavu MH to World Cup Pacific/Asia League Final Victory to Become 1st New Zealander to Ever Earn Start at Final

3 years ago admin Comments Off on Wendi Williamson Rides Dejavu MH to World Cup Pacific/Asia League Final Victory to Become 1st New Zealander to Ever Earn Start at Final
FEILDING, New Zealand, Feb. 4, 2017--Wendi Williamson rode her Dejavu MH to victory with a personal best Grand Prix Freestyle score to win the World Cup Pacific/Asia League final Saturday night and become the first New Zealand rider to qualify for the global championship in 32 years of the event Read More

USA Creates New Elite Program With Olympic Riders Named to It, Debbie McDonald Returns as Development Coach

3 years ago admin Comments Off on USA Creates New Elite Program With Olympic Riders Named to It, Debbie McDonald Returns as Development Coach
LEXINGTON, Kentucky, Feb. 1, 2017--The four United States Olympic bronze medal team riders, Allison Brock, Laura Graves, Kasey Perry-Glass and Steffen Peters on Wednesday were named to the newly-created U.S. Equestrian Elite Program. Debbie McDonald, coach of two of the riders, will return as developing coach Read More