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Isabell Werth & Bella Rose Top 2nd Day of Olympic Grand Prix Qualifying, Charlotte Dujardin on Gio at 80%

6 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Isabell Werth & Bella Rose Top 2nd Day of Olympic Grand Prix Qualifying, Charlotte Dujardin on Gio at 80%
Isabell Werth on Bella Rose assured Germany as hot favorite to take Olympic team gold when the world's No. 1 combination was the leading partnership Sunday, the second of two days of Grand Prix qualifying for the Grand Prix Special behind only her team mate Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSF Dalera. Read More

USA Dressage Team Riders, Horses Accustomed to Florida-Type Weather Ready for Tokyo Olympic Grand Prix Without Spectators in Two Days

1 week ago StraightArrow Comments Off on USA Dressage Team Riders, Horses Accustomed to Florida-Type Weather Ready for Tokyo Olympic Grand Prix Without Spectators in Two Days
United States Olympic dressage team riders Adrienne Lyle, Steffen Peters and Sabine Schut-Kery said Thursday their horses that were accustomed to the Florida-type subtropical weather were fit and ready for the Grand Prix beginning in two days in Tokyo in the stadium they described as "stunning." Read More

Americans in Aachen for Quarantine Before Heading to Tokyo for Olympics in Airlift This Week

3 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Americans in Aachen for Quarantine Before Heading to Tokyo for Olympics in Airlift This Week
About 70 dressage horses and riders from 30 nations are quarantined at the world famous show grounds in Aachen, Germany ready to head to Tokyo Thursday for the Olympics delayed for a year by the global coronavirus pandemic and in the wake of last winter's deadly equine herpes virus in Europe. Read More

Steffen Peters, Heading to Olympics, On American Dressage Since His First Games Quarter Century Ago

3 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Steffen Peters, Heading to Olympics, On American Dressage Since His First Games Quarter Century Ago
Steffen Peters on his way with Suppenkasper to his fifth Olympics, is "amazed" at the development of dressage in the United States that required scores equal to the gold medal performances at his first Games a quarter century ago to even be considered for the American team this year. Read More