Davinia la Douce

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7 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on british equestrian federation
Newly crowned Dutch Champion Dinja van Liere and Hermès have climbed into the top 10 in the world, the highest ranking for the partnership in the year since making a first appearance on the standings Read More

Anna Buffini Making Fiontini “Lady’s Ride” in Pursuit of Top Sport Partnership On Championship Horse Competed Only by Men–Part

7 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Anna Buffini Making Fiontini “Lady’s Ride” in Pursuit of Top Sport Partnership On Championship Horse Competed Only by Men–Part
Anna Buffini is making Fiontini a "lady's ride" as she pursues a top sport partnership on the triple world champion youngster that has been ridden only by men in seven years of the mare's international competition career Read More

Anna Buffini Fulfills Lifelong Dream of Competing for USA at World Championship, World Cup Final–Part 1 of 2

8 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Anna Buffini Fulfills Lifelong Dream of Competing for USA at World Championship, World Cup Final–Part 1 of 2
With her lifelong dream now fulfilled of competing for the United States at a world championship, Anna Buffini is determined to improve the performance on Davinia la Douce in Saturday night's World Cup Freestyle, the favorite expression of her equestrian life. 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

Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Bluetooth Post Personal Best Score to Win Wellington World Cup Short Grand Prix

11 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Bluetooth Post Personal Best Score to Win Wellington World Cup Short Grand Prix
WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 13, 2022--Germany's Frederic Wandres rode Bluetooth OLD to a personal best score to win the Global Dressage Festival World Cup Grand Prix Thursday, the first international dressage competition in the world this year with some premier European events canceled because of coronavirus Read More
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