Christoph Koschel

Nine riders from Four Nations Earn Over $10,000 Prize Money In Four Weeks of Wellington’s Adequan Global Dressage Festival

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Nine riders from Four Nations Earn Over $10,000 Prize Money In Four Weeks of Wellington’s Adequan Global Dressage Festival
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 25, 2019–Nine riders from four nations have won more than $10,000 in prize money after four Adequan Global Dressage Festival international weeks with Canada's Brittany Fraser still atop the standings although taking a break with her child due in 3 1/2 months. Another 30 riders from six other countries have earned amounts ranging from $8,300 to $1,000 Read More

Adrienne Lyle on American-Bred Harmony’s Duval Wins Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix Special in Tie Break With Charlotte Jorst & Kastel’s Nintendo

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Adrienne Lyle on American-Bred Harmony’s Duval Wins Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix Special in Tie Break With Charlotte Jorst & Kastel’s Nintendo
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 23, 2019--Adrienne Lyle rode Harmony's Duval to victory in the Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDI3* Grand Prix Special Saturday, breaking a score tie with fellow American Charlotte Jorst on Kastel's Nintendo. Read More

Germany’s Christoph Koschel Hospitalized After Spinal Nerve Issue Prevents Walking Gets Back in Saddle to RIde Ballentines to 3rd Place in Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix Special

3 weeks ago admin Comments Off on Germany’s Christoph Koschel Hospitalized After Spinal Nerve Issue Prevents Walking Gets Back in Saddle to RIde Ballentines to 3rd Place in Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix Special
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 23, 2019--Germany's Christoph Koschel spent five hours in the hospital Saturday morning to be treated for a spinal nerve issue that prevented him from walking then made his way back to the Adequan Global Dressage Festival to ride his Ballentines to third place in the CDI3* Grand Prix Special. Read More

Canada’s Brittany Fraser Tops Florida’s Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Rankings With Whopping $42,200 Ahead of “Baby” Break

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Canada’s Brittany Fraser Tops Florida’s Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Rankings With Whopping $42,200 Ahead of “Baby” Break
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 11, 2019–Brittany Fraser began a break from competition to prepare for the birth of a baby with a big pay check for the Canadian's victory on All In at the Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDI5* that boosted the rider to the top of the prize money rankings after the third of seven weeks of international events over winter. Read More

Australia’s Kelly Layne & Livio Felluga Win Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series Wellington Qualifier

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Australia’s Kelly Layne & Livio Felluga Win Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series Wellington Qualifier
WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 9, 2019–Florida-based Australian Kelly Layne and Livio Felluga won the Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series third round Saturday in the eight-year-old Hanoverian gelding's debut performance at Prix St. Georges level. Read More

Canada’s Brittany Fraser & All In Win Grand Prix Freestyle, USA’s Adrienne Lyle & Salvino Take Special in Wellington CDI5*

1 month ago admin Comments Off on Canada’s Brittany Fraser & All In Win Grand Prix Freestyle, USA’s Adrienne Lyle & Salvino Take Special in Wellington CDI5*
By KENNETH J. BRADDICK WELLINGTON, Florida, Feb. 8, 2019–Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu rode All In to win the Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDI5* Grand Prix Freestyle under lights Friday night, to complete a double Big Tour victory in what she said may be the last competitions for Canada’s top ranked pair before taking a baby break. Adrienne Read More

Germany’s Christoph Koschel & Shakespeare Win Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series Wellington Qualifier

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Germany’s Christoph Koschel & Shakespeare Win Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series Wellington Qualifier
WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 26, 2019--German team rider Christoph Koschel and the nine-year-old Shakespeare won the Iron Spring Farm Future Stars Performance Series second round Saturday, a victory that he declared as exciting as competing as a teenager in the famed Nürnberger Burg-Pokal German Small Tour championships on which the new American event is based Read More