Brazil

Brazil’s João Victor Marcari Oliva & Escorial Win Oldenburg CDI4* Grand Prix Special for Rider’s First Big Tour Double Victory Outside South America

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OLDENBURG, Germany, Oct. 31, 2021--Brazil's João Victor Marcari Oliva and Escorial Horsecampline won the CDI4* Grand Prix Special Sunday for the first double Big Tour victory for the Olympic partnership outside South America Read More

Olympic Dressage Teams, Individuals–Lineup as of July 8

5 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Olympic Dressage Teams, Individuals–Lineup as of July 8
The 15 teams to compete at the Olympic Games in Tokyo beginning with two days of Grand Prix Saturday July 24 and Sunday July 25. Each team will have three riders and horses, with no drop score Read More

Brazil Olympian Leandro Aparecido Da Silva Suspended from International Competitions & Events for Mistreatment of Pony

12 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Brazil Olympian Leandro Aparecido Da Silva Suspended from International Competitions & Events for Mistreatment of Pony
Brazil Olympic rider Leandro Aparecido Da Silva is not allowed to participate in any international competitions or events under a suspension imposed as a result of mistreating a pony in an incident that drew condemnation when shown on social media Read More

Hof Kasselmann 1st Online Auction of 12 Youngsters Brings €1.4/US$1.5 Million, Top Price to Germany, 2nd to USA

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Hof Kasselmann 1st Online Auction of 12 Youngsters Brings €1.4/US$1.5 Million, Top Price to Germany, 2nd to USA
Hof Kasselmann's first online auction ended Saturday with 12 young dressage horses sold for a total of €1.4/US$1.526 million with the top price going to Germany and the second highest to the United States. Five of the 12 horses stayed in Germany, four heading to the U.S. and one each to Australia, Brazil and Luxembourg. Read More

South Africa Fails to Qualify Team for Tokyo Olympics, as Did Brazil–Austria, France, Belgium Battle for Starts

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on South Africa Fails to Qualify Team for Tokyo Olympics, as Did Brazil–Austria, France, Belgium Battle for Starts
South Africa failed to qualify a team for the Tokyo Olympics when the last remaining combination did not achieve a required minimum score in the Jumping Mechelen World Cup Grand Prix Saturday, with no more chances before the year-end deadline. Brazil had already dropped its bid, leaving two team places open with Austria, France and Belgium leading in the battle for tickets to Tokyo in July. Read More

Hanna Karasiova of Belarus & Zodiak Win Moscow CDI3* Grand Prix, 3 Brazil Combinations Fall Short of Minimum Olympic Scores

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Hanna Karasiova of Belarus & Zodiak Win Moscow CDI3* Grand Prix, 3 Brazil Combinations Fall Short of Minimum Olympic Scores
MOSCOW, Nov. 30, 2019–Hanna Karasiova of Belarus and Zodiak won the CDI3* Grand Prix Saturday but with time running out three Brazilian combinations did not add to qualifying scores to confirm a team slot at next year’s Tokyo Olympics. Hanna and the 11-year-old Latvian Warmblood gelding that competed at the 2018 World Cup Final in Read More

Olympic Berths for Brazil & South Africa Down to Wire, Austria & France in Wings

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Olympic Berths for Brazil & South Africa Down to Wire, Austria & France in Wings
With barely a month and only a handful of hard-to-enter qualifying competitions left, Brazil and South Africa are in danger of losing 2020 Olympic dressage team berths that would hand Austria and France the chance of filling the spots with composite squads Read More