Netherlands

Sweden’s Patrik Kittel & Delaunay Win Budapest World Cup Grand Prix

3 months ago admin Comments Off on Sweden’s Patrik Kittel & Delaunay Win Budapest World Cup Grand Prix
BUDAPEST, Aug. 6, 2020--Patrik Kittel and Delaunay won the World Cup Grand Prix Thursday in the first international competition for Sweden's top ranked rider since coronavirus pandemic caused suspension of horse sports almost five months ago Read More

Memories of Totilas on 20th Birthday of Black Stallion

5 months ago admin Comments Off on Memories of Totilas on 20th Birthday of Black Stallion
Totilas became a superstar for equestrians of all stripes and perhaps millions more enthralled by the horse's athleticism and entranced by the charisma the black stallion displayed. Live prime time television, adoring crowds and a fascination that brought tears and some carping that it was more circus than classical dressage. Read More

Half of International Dressage Shows for Year Already Canceled in Coronavirus Pandemic

6 months ago admin Comments Off on Half of International Dressage Shows for Year Already Canceled in Coronavirus Pandemic
Re-scheduling the world famous Future Champions Nations Cups in Hagen, Germany and cancellation of a second World Cup qualifier in the United States due to the coronavirus pandemic has led to about half of international competitions being dropped or postponed for the entire year. Read More

Rotterdam Dressage, Jumping CHIO Canceled Amid Growing Moves to Postpone Olympics

7 months ago admin Comments Off on Rotterdam Dressage, Jumping CHIO Canceled Amid Growing Moves to Postpone Olympics
CHIO Rotterdam, a major international dressage and jumping competition scheduled for June 18-21, has been the latest equestrian event to be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic while the Tokyo Olympic organization on Monday reported it has delayed the final payment deadline for accommodations by four weeks Read More