Germany

Germany’s Frederic Wandres Rides Harrods to Wellington’s Lövsta Future Challenge Int. II, Australia’s Kelly Layne on Safira Takes Summit Farm St. Georges Qualifier

5 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Germany’s Frederic Wandres Rides Harrods to Wellington’s Lövsta Future Challenge Int. II, Australia’s Kelly Layne on Safira Takes Summit Farm St. Georges Qualifier
Harrods, a nine-year-old Hanoverian gelding, was ridden by Germany's Frederic Wandres to win the opening leg of the Lövsta Future Challenge Intermediate II at the Global Dressage Festival. Australia's Kelly Layne rode Safira to Summit Farm Future Challenge Prix St. Georges victory Read More

Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Bluetooth Win Wellington World Cup Freestyle with First 80% Score, USA’s Anna Buffini on Davinia la Douce Runnerup

7 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Germany’s Frederic Wandres & Bluetooth Win Wellington World Cup Freestyle with First 80% Score, USA’s Anna Buffini on Davinia la Douce Runnerup
Germany's Frederic Wandres and Bluetooth OLD posted their first score above 80% to win Wellington's Global Dressage Festival World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle under lights and before spectators Friday night Read More

Jennifer Williams Rides 19-Year-Old Millione to Personal Best Score to Capture Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix

1 week ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Jennifer Williams Rides 19-Year-Old Millione to Personal Best Score to Capture Wellington CDI4* Grand Prix
Jennifer Williams rode her 19-year-old Millione to a personal best score to  capture the Global Dressage Festival CDI4* Grand Prix for the Freestyle Thursday while Sweden's Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén and Devanto also logged a best result to win the CDI4* Grand Prix for the Special. Read More

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

1 week 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

Spectators Back for Wellington’s Winter Dressage, Jumping Shows Gearing Up for Big Season as Europe Closes Down

3 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Spectators Back for Wellington’s Winter Dressage, Jumping Shows Gearing Up for Big Season as Europe Closes Down
WELLINGTON, Florida, Dec. 30, 2021--Spectators will be back for the winter dressage and jumping shows that are gearing up for what may be the biggest ever circuit as European events shut down in the latest surge of coronavirus completing almost two years as a global pandemic Read More

Total Hope with Isabel Freese Takes Louisdor Prize, Helen Langehanenberg 1st on Straight Horse Ascenzione, 2nd on Schöne Scarlett in Nürnberger Burg-Pokal

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Total Hope with Isabel Freese Takes Louisdor Prize, Helen Langehanenberg 1st on Straight Horse Ascenzione, 2nd on Schöne Scarlett in Nürnberger Burg-Pokal
KRONBERG, Germany, Dec. 19, 2021–Total Hope OLD, the Totilas son competed by Isabel Freese of Norway, won the Louisdor Prize, the German championship for developing Grand Prix horses two years after capturing the Nürnberger Burg-Pokal, the national title for Prix St. Georges. The nine-year-old Oldenburg black stallion (Totilas x Blue Hors Don Schufro) was ridden Read More

Straight Horse Ascenzione Ridden by Helen Langehanenberg to Victory in Nürnberger Burg-Pokal Opening Round Final, Total Hope with Isabel Freese Takes Louisdor Prize Opener

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Straight Horse Ascenzione Ridden by Helen Langehanenberg to Victory in Nürnberger Burg-Pokal Opening Round Final, Total Hope with Isabel Freese Takes Louisdor Prize Opener
KRONBERG, Germany, Dec. 18, 2021--Straight Horse Ascenzione was ridden by Germany's Helen Langehanenberg to victory in the opening round of the Nürnberger Burg-Pokal and placed third on Schöne Scarlett in the national championship for Prix St. Georges horses aged seven to nine. Read More