Edward Gal

Andreas Helgstrand & Jovian Win Aalborg CDI3* Grand Prix Special for Double Victory in Eight-Year-Old Stallion’s Big Tour Debut

5 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Andreas Helgstrand & Jovian Win Aalborg CDI3* Grand Prix Special for Double Victory in Eight-Year-Old Stallion’s Big Tour Debut
Andreas Helgstrand rode Jovian to victory in the Aalborg CDI3* Grand Prix Special Friday for a double victory in the Big Tour debut of the eight-year-old two-time world young horse champion. Read More

Sunrise Ridden by Imke Schelleken-Bartels for Netherlands at 2004 Olympics, two World Games Including Gold in 2010, is dead at 27

10 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Sunrise Ridden by Imke Schelleken-Bartels for Netherlands at 2004 Olympics, two World Games Including Gold in 2010, is dead at 27
Sunrise, that Imke Schelleken-Bartels rode for the Netherlands at the 2004 Olympics and two World Equestrian Games including team gold at Lexington, Kentucky in 2010, is dead at the age of 27. Read More

Catherine Dufour on Bohemian Moves to World No. 2 for Rider’s Highest Ever Ranking Behind Jessica von Bredow-Werndl on Dalera at Top for 2nd Month

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Catherine Dufour on Bohemian Moves to World No. 2 for Rider’s Highest Ever Ranking Behind Jessica von Bredow-Werndl on Dalera at Top for 2nd Month
Cathrine Dufour of Denmark climbed to her highest ever world ranking at No. 2 on Bohemian, her Olympic and European Championship partner, with Germany's Jessica von Bredow-Werndl on TSF Dalera BB at the top of the global standings for the second month 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