Eros

Patrik Kittel & Fiontini Win Grote Brugel CDI3* Grand Prix for Pair’s First Big Tour Victory, Spouse Lyndal Oatley of Australia on Eros Runner-Up

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Patrik Kittel & Fiontini Win Grote Brugel CDI3* Grand Prix for Pair’s First Big Tour Victory, Spouse Lyndal Oatley of Australia on Eros Runner-Up
GROTE BRUGEL, Belgium, Sept. 3, 2021--Patrik Kittel and Fiontini won the CDI3* Grand Prix Friday for first Big Tour victory for the partnership while spouse Lyndal Oatley of Australia on Eros was runner-up on a personal best score. Read More

Lone Jorgenson Pulls Out of Australian Olympic Team Contention Citing Lack of Competition for Corinna Due to Corona

6 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Lone Jorgenson Pulls Out of Australian Olympic Team Contention Citing Lack of Competition for Corinna Due to Corona
Lone Jorgenson announced Wednesday she is withdrawing Corinna from contention for Australia's Olympic team, citing a lack of competition Down Under due to coronavirus to prepare for the Tokyo Games in just over five weeks. Read More

Lyndal Oatley & Elvive Complete Australian Olympic Team Qualifying Scores in Compiègne, France While Fellow Aussie Simone Pearce & Amandori Win Achleiten, Austria CDI4* Grand Prix

6 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Lyndal Oatley & Elvive Complete Australian Olympic Team Qualifying Scores in Compiègne, France While Fellow Aussie Simone Pearce & Amandori Win Achleiten, Austria CDI4* Grand Prix
Lyndal Oatley and Elvive completed qualifying scores at Compiègne, France for consideration for selection to Australia's Olympic team while fellow Aussie Simone Pearce rode Amandori to a personal best score to win the Achleiten, Austria, CDI4* Grand Prix Friday with less than two months to the Tokyo Game Read More

Australia’s Lineup of Team Prospects for Tokyo Deeper, Stronger than Any Previous Olympics

7 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Australia’s Lineup of Team Prospects for Tokyo Deeper, Stronger than Any Previous Olympics
Australia is heading to the Olympics less than 11 weeks away with eight rider and horse combinations already fulfilling requirements for selection, a lineup that is deeper and stronger than any of the previous Games in which the nation has competed a team beginning with Sydney in 2000. Read More