Brentina

Debbie McDonald On USA Success at Tokyo Olympics–Part 1 of 2

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For Debbie McDonald, the Olympic team silver medal caps the most illustrious era of American dressage so far, beginning as a rider on  Brentina leading USA to silver at 2002 World Games, in 2003 first American to become World Cup champion, coach of three of four riders on the silver medal team at 2018 world championships and coach of Tokyo squad Read More

Brentina’s History-Making Career with Rider Debbie McDonald

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Brentina and her partner Debbie McDonald strode across the globe in a decade of appearances that included two Olympics, two World Equestrian Games, the first U.S. partnership to win the World Cup and along the way become beloved not only to Americans but horse lovers everywhere. Read More

Brentina, America’s Sweetheart, Olympic, World Championship Medalist Ridden by Debbie McDonald, Euthanized at the Age of 31

5 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Brentina, America’s Sweetheart, Olympic, World Championship Medalist Ridden by Debbie McDonald, Euthanized at the Age of 31
Brentina, the mare that became America's sweetheart when ridden by Debbie McDonald in two Olympics, two world championships and the first United States World Cup champion, has been euthanized at the age of 31 after the horse had difficulty standing. Read More

World Cup Series Shaping Up as One of Most Competitive Moves to Higher Gear in Western Europe With North America’s Top Qualifiers Set for Winter

3 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on World Cup Series Shaping Up as One of Most Competitive Moves to Higher Gear in Western Europe With North America’s Top Qualifiers Set for Winter
A World Cup series that could be one of the most competitive ever moves into higher gear next week with the start of an expanded Western European League, the last of the four geographic groups around the globe to launch competitions for a final in Gothenburg, Sweden next April that will be the freestyle deferred from the washed out Tryon World Games. Read More