Bella Rose

Bella Rose, Isabell Werth’s “Heart” Horse, Retires in Emotional Ceremony at Aachen

5 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Bella Rose, Isabell Werth’s “Heart” Horse, Retires in Emotional Ceremony at Aachen
Bella Rose, the mare that was Isabell Werth's "heart" horse in Olympic, world and European championship gold medal performance was retired in an emotional gala before 6,500 spectators packed into Aachen's Deutsche Bank stadium that has been the scene of many of their top performances Read More

Cathrine Dufour & Bohemian to No 2 in World, Charlotte Fry’s Big Rankings Jump on Glamourdale Gives Rider 3 Horses in World’s Top 30

8 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Cathrine Dufour & Bohemian to No 2 in World, Charlotte Fry’s Big Rankings Jump on Glamourdale Gives Rider 3 Horses in World’s Top 30
Cathrine Dufour of Denmark on Bohemian edged up to No. 2 in the world while Charlotte Fry on Glamourdale skyrocketed up almost 100 places to give the British rider three horses in the top 30 in the latest global rankings Read More

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Dalera Into 2022 at World No. 1, Charlotte Dujardin & Gio Climb to No. 2 As Partnership Ends

11 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Dalera Into 2022 at World No. 1, Charlotte Dujardin & Gio Climb to No. 2 As Partnership Ends
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSF Dalera BB, after capturing an unprecedented single year's haul of five Olympic and championship gold medals, are into 2022 retaining world No. 1 ranking while Charlotte Dujardin and Gio claim the second spot for the highest standing by the British rider since the retirement of Valegro Read More

Isabell Werth & Bella Rose Still No. 1 After Olympics, Charlotte Dujardin & Gio up to No. 9, Edward Gal & Total US to 13th

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Isabell Werth & Bella Rose Still No. 1 After Olympics, Charlotte Dujardin & Gio up to No. 9, Edward Gal & Total US to 13th
Charlotte Dujardin on Gio shot up 100 places to ninth in the world in the post-Olympic rankings while Edward Gal on Glock's Total US skyrocketed to 13th from 592. Isabell Werth on Bella Rose remained No. 1 after the Tokyo Games, the horse's last competition. Read More

Bella Rose Retired After Ridden by Isabell Werth to Olympic, World, European Gold on Return from Near Career-Ending Injury

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Bella Rose Retired After Ridden by Isabell Werth to Olympic, World, European Gold on Return from Near Career-Ending Injury
Bella Rose, THE horse of Isabell Werth's life, goes into retirement after historic Olympic, world and European championship gold medal performances despite 3 1/2 years out of competition to overcome a career-threatening injury. Read More
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