Adrienne Lyle

New Rules Separating Riders and Horses Jumble World Rankings

2 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on New Rules Separating Riders and Horses Jumble World Rankings
New world dressage ranking rules places riders and horses into separate categories that keep some partnerships such as the top handful the same but many others such Dinja van Liere of the Netherlands ranked seventh but her world championship mount Hermes is No. 6 while America's Adrienne Lyle is ranked ninth as a rider and Salvino is eighth Read More

USA’s Adrienne Lyle & Salvino Lead Big Boosts by Several Partnerships in World Rankings

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on USA’s Adrienne Lyle & Salvino Lead Big Boosts by Several Partnerships in World Rankings
America's Adrienne Lyle and Salvino rocketed to 11th in the world with similar dramatic moves by Benjamin Werndl of Germany on Famoso OLD, Holland's Emmel Scholtens on Indian Rock and Britain's Charlotte Dujardin on Imhotep, all driven by results from the World Dressage Championships a month ago Read More

USA Young Horse 4 & 5YO Championships to Adrienne Lyle, Alice Tarjan Reserve

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on USA Young Horse 4 & 5YO Championships to Adrienne Lyle, Alice Tarjan Reserve
Adrienne Lyle, with Tokyo Olympic and 2018 world championship team silver medals on Salvino, competed in the U.S. Young Horse Championships for the first time winning both the four- and five-year-old titles while coaching assistant Quinn Iverson on Beckham to the Under-25 title and fellow team rider Katie Dueehammer on Paxton to reserve at Grand Prix Read More

Katie Duerrhammer & Quartett, Steffen Peters & Suppenkasper Reactions to Achieving World Championship Goals of Qualifying USA Team for Paris Olympics

4 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Katie Duerrhammer & Quartett, Steffen Peters & Suppenkasper Reactions to Achieving World Championship Goals of Qualifying USA Team for Paris Olympics
Ride by Katie Duerrhammer on Quartett at World Championships to help qualify USA for 2024 Paris Olympics was "an unbelievable experience" in first ever senior team experience while Steffen Peters, America's most experienced and successful competitor, disappointed to miss out riding Suppenkasper in the Grand Prix Freestyle. Adrienne Lyle on Salvino was sole U.S. combination, widely viewed as underscored but placing sixth Read More
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