Netherlands

London Olympia to Test Another Version of Short Grand Prix at World Cup Event

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on London Olympia to Test Another Version of Short Grand Prix at World Cup Event
The London International Horse Show at Olympia will test a new Grand Prix designed to be shorter than the current version when the World Cup qualifier is staged next Monday, an update of a similar experiment at the same event a year ago. Read More

Netherlands’ Jeanine Nieuwenhuis & TC Athene Win Exloo CDI3* Freestyle for Double Victory in Big Tour Debut

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Netherlands’ Jeanine Nieuwenhuis & TC Athene Win Exloo CDI3* Freestyle for Double Victory in Big Tour Debut
EXLOO, Netherlands, Oct. 27, 2019--Jeanine Nieuwenhuis on TC Athene won the CDI3* Grand Prix Freestyle Sunday for a double victory in the debut Big Tour event for the Dutch combination that swept the European Under-25 Championships three months ago Read More

Holland’s Anne Meulendijks & Avanti Win Zakrzów World Cup Freestyle at Central Europe’s Closeout Competition

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ZAKRZÓW, Poland, Oct. 26, 2019--Anne Meulendijks and MDH Avanti won the World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle Saturday to give the Dutch championship pair the winner's points to take back to Western Europe for the hotly contested campaign for the Final in Las Vegas next April Read More

South African Team Completes Exloo Olympic Qualifier But Still Needs Required Minimum Scores for Tokyo Start

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on South African Team Completes Exloo Olympic Qualifier But Still Needs Required Minimum Scores for Tokyo Start
Oct. 25, 2019 South Africa on Friday completed a special qualifier for a dressage team start at the Olympics next year but still needs to earn some high enough scores by year’s end to become the 15th and last nation to go to Tokyo. If successful, the dressage team would be the nation’s first in Read More