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Millione, At 19, Gives Jennifer Williams Top Money Earning Rank Opening Week of Wellington’s Global Dressage Festival

4 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Millione, At 19, Gives Jennifer Williams Top Money Earning Rank Opening Week of Wellington’s Global Dressage Festival
Victories on 19-year-old Millione in the CDI4* gave Jennifer Williams the money earning title in the opening week of Wellington's Global Dressage Festival with European riders making up five of the top 10 places. Read More

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

Sweden’s Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén Rides Devanto to Personal Best Score to Win Wellington CD4* Grand Prix Special, Susan Pape of Great Britain on Harmony’s Giulilanta Capture CDI1* Int. 1

6 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Sweden’s Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén Rides Devanto to Personal Best Score to Win Wellington CD4* Grand Prix Special, Susan Pape of Great Britain on Harmony’s Giulilanta Capture CDI1* Int. 1
Sweden's Tinne Vilhelmson Silfvén rode Devanto to a personal best score to win the CD4* Grand Prix Special while Susan Pape of Great Britain on Harmony's Giulilanta captured the CDI1* Intermediate 1 Saturday to underline strong European presence the opening week of the winter-long Global Dressage Festival 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 & Millione Post Another Personal Best in Wellington CDI4* Freestyle to Make it 2 for 2 at Global’s Opening

1 week ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Jennifer Williams & Millione Post Another Personal Best in Wellington CDI4* Freestyle to Make it 2 for 2 at Global’s Opening
Jennifer Williams and her 19-year-old Millione posted a personal best score for the second day in a row to win the Global Dressage Festival CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle Friday following victory in the Grand Prix. Great Britain's Susan Pape debuted Harmony's Eclectisch in a musical performance for runner-up just 0.17% back 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

Wellington’s Global Dressage Festival 11th Year Opens This Week, 1st International Dressage Event of 2022

2 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Wellington’s Global Dressage Festival 11th Year Opens This Week, 1st International Dressage Event of 2022
The Global Dressage Festival this week begins the 11th year of the winter-long Florida outdoor circuit as the first international dressage competition in the world in 2022 with spectators permitted to watch riders from around the globe. Riders representing Germany, Great Britain, Sweden, Spain and Israel join North Americans competing in the opening week Read More

New Owners of Palm Beach Equestrian Center “Working Hard” to Buy Global Dressage Festival

2 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on New Owners of Palm Beach Equestrian Center “Working Hard” to Buy Global Dressage Festival
WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 4, 2021--Andreas Helgstrand, who heads up the European group that owns Palm Beach International Equestrian Center and its world leading winter jumper circuit, disclosed Tuesday he is "working hard" to take over the Global Dressage Festival and the dressage show grounds. 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