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Olympic Dressage Teams, Individuals–Lineup as of July 8

3 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Olympic Dressage Teams, Individuals–Lineup as of July 8
The 15 teams to compete at the Olympic Games in Tokyo beginning with two days of Grand Prix Saturday July 24 and Sunday July 25. Each team will have three riders and horses, with no drop score Read More

Simone Pearce Posts Double Victories at Pilisjászfalu, Winning World Cup Grand Prix on Destano, Taking CDI4* Grand Prix on Double Joy to Qualify 3rd Horse for Australian Olympic Team

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Simone Pearce Posts Double Victories at Pilisjászfalu, Winning World Cup Grand Prix on Destano, Taking CDI4* Grand Prix on Double Joy to Qualify 3rd Horse for Australian Olympic Team
PILIJÁSZFALU, Hungary, June 18, 2021--Simone Pearce on Destano won the World Cup Grand Prix Friday after capturing the CDI4* Grand Prix on Double Joy to dominate Big Tour at this Budapest area competition. Read More

Australia’s Kristy Oatley on Du Soleil Win Verden CDI3* Grand Prix Freestyle with Germany’s Carina Scholz & Tarantino Posting Personal Best to Capture Special

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Australia’s Kristy Oatley on Du Soleil Win Verden CDI3* Grand Prix Freestyle with Germany’s Carina Scholz & Tarantino Posting Personal Best to Capture Special
VERDEN, Germany, May 9, 2021--Australia's Kristy Oatley on Du Soleil won the CDI3* Grand Prix Freestyle Sunday while Carina Scholz of Germany on Tarantino posted a personal best score to capture the Special. Read More

Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Zaire Win Doha CDI5* Freestyle, Helen Langehanberg & Damsey Runner-Up in Final Competition for Stallion Aged 19

5 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Zaire Win Doha CDI5* Freestyle, Helen Langehanberg & Damsey Runner-Up in Final Competition for Stallion Aged 19
DOHA, Qatar, Feb. 27, 2021--Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and Zaire-E won the Al Shaqab CDI5* Grand Prix Special Saturday night with Helen Langehanenberg riding the American-owned Damsey FRH to runner-up in the final competition for the 19-year-old Hanoverian stallion. Read More

Luxembourg’s Nicolas Wagner & Quater Back Junior FRH Win CDI3* Grand Prix Special to Make it 2-for-2 at Mariakalnok

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Luxembourg’s Nicolas Wagner & Quater Back Junior FRH Win CDI3* Grand Prix Special to Make it 2-for-2 at Mariakalnok
MARIAKALNOK, Hungary, June 28, 2020--Luxembourg's Nicolas Wagner and Quater Back Junior FRH won the CDI3* Grand Prix Special Sunday to make it two victories in two starts in the first international dressage competition after a 3 1/2-month coronavirus lockdown. Read More

Hof Kasselmann 1st Online Auction of 12 Youngsters Brings €1.4/US$1.5 Million, Top Price to Germany, 2nd to USA

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Hof Kasselmann 1st Online Auction of 12 Youngsters Brings €1.4/US$1.5 Million, Top Price to Germany, 2nd to USA
Hof Kasselmann's first online auction ended Saturday with 12 young dressage horses sold for a total of €1.4/US$1.526 million with the top price going to Germany and the second highest to the United States. Five of the 12 horses stayed in Germany, four heading to the U.S. and one each to Australia, Brazil and Luxembourg. Read More

Joëlle Beier Kinnen, International Steward , 2006 World Games Dressage Competitor, Hospitalized With Cerebral Hemorrhage

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Joëlle Beier Kinnen, International Steward , 2006 World Games Dressage Competitor, Hospitalized With Cerebral Hemorrhage
Joëlle Beier Kinnen, a dressage and jumping steward and individual competitor at the 2006 World Equestrian Games for Luxembourg, was in the hospital in Trier, Germany Wednesday after an operation for a cerebral hemorrhage. Read More

Austria, France Among 15 Teams, Individuals from 15 Nations Earning Starts at 2020 Tokyo Olympics

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Austria, France Among 15 Teams, Individuals from 15 Nations Earning Starts at 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Austria and France are assured of team starts at the Tokyo Olympics with the end of qualifying competitions Sunday while unofficial results indicate the tiny nation of Luxembourg will get an individual place for the first time ever and Bermuda since 1996. Read More