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Totilas Dies at 20 Years Old

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Totilas Dies at 20 Years Old
Totilas, the black stallion that became a global superstar, has died at the age of 20. Read More

Edward Gal Rides Toto Jr. to Dutch Championship Gold, Hans Peter Minderhoud/Dream Boy Silver, Emmelie Scholtens/Desperado Bronze

6 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Edward Gal Rides Toto Jr. to Dutch Championship Gold, Hans Peter Minderhoud/Dream Boy Silver, Emmelie Scholtens/Desperado Bronze
ERMELO, Netherlands, Sept. 20, 2020--Glock's Toto Jr. was ridden by Edward Gal to Dutch Championship gold Sunday with a victory in the Grand Prix Freestyle in performances the rider declared may be better than his world-beating father, Totilas, a decade ago. Read More

Dane Rawlins Stops Running Dressage at Hickstead After 27 Years Organizing a Premier European Event

7 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Dane Rawlins Stops Running Dressage at Hickstead After 27 Years Organizing a Premier European Event
Dane Rawlins announced Tuesday that he will stop running events at Dressage at Hickstead that for 27 years has been a premier European show hosting top sport near London such as Nations Cups and European Championships, including the open version in 2003. Read More

Totilas Dies at 20 Years Old

10 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Totilas Dies at 20 Years Old
Totilas, the black stallion that became a global superstar, has died at the age of 20. Passing of Totilas was reported Tuesday by Eurodressage. Read More

Total Hope, Totilas Son, Ridden by Norway’s Isabel Freese to Nürnberger Burg-Pokal Title

1 year ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Total Hope, Totilas Son, Ridden by Norway’s Isabel Freese to Nürnberger Burg-Pokal Title
Total Hope, a Totilas son by embryo transfer to Weihegold OLD, was ridden by Isabel Freese to victory Saturday in the Nürnberger Burg-Pokal, the German championship for Prix St. Georges horses aged seven to nine years and the world's most prestigious event of its level Read More

d’Avie Wins World Young Horse Championship for Seven-Year-Olds, Ridden by Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez for Second Straight Title

2 years ago StraightArrow Comments Off on d’Avie Wins World Young Horse Championship for Seven-Year-Olds, Ridden by Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez for Second Straight Title
By KENNETH J. BRADDICK ERMELO, Netherlands, Aug. 4, 2019–d’Avie, the Hanoverian stallion, was ridden by Spain’s Severo Jurado Lopez to the World Young Horse Championships for seven-year-olds Sunday, a year after claiming gold as a six-year-old. Hasselhoej Donkey Boy, a Danish Warmblood stallion, claimed silver and Total Hope, an Oldenburg stallion sired by Totilas, took Read More