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Abraham Pugh & USA-Bred Trakehner Stallion Elfenperfekt Win Tryon World Cup Grand Prix, First CDI in Americas Since March

7 days ago admin Comments Off on Abraham Pugh & USA-Bred Trakehner Stallion Elfenperfekt Win Tryon World Cup Grand Prix, First CDI in Americas Since March
MILL SPRING, North Carolina, Oct. 23, 2020--Abraham Pugh and the American-bred Trakehner stallion Elfenperfekt won the World Cup Grand Prix Friday for the pair's first Big Tour victory and at the first CDI in the Americas since the coronavirus-triggered suspension of horse sports in mid-March. Read More

World Cup Western Europe Opening Leg in Denmark With 5 of Top 20 Ranked Combinations

2 weeks ago admin Comments Off on World Cup Western Europe Opening Leg in Denmark With 5 of Top 20 Ranked Combinations
The World Cup's coronavirus-shortened Western European League series launches in Aarhus, Denmark Saturday with five of the top 20 ranked rider and horse combinations in the lineup including the 2019 winning partnership of home nation stars Cathrine Dufour and Bohemian. Read More

21 CDIs for USA in 2021, Includes 3 at New World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida

1 month ago admin Comments Off on 21 CDIs for USA in 2021, Includes 3 at New World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida
Twenty-one international dressage events have been set for the United States in 2021, including three at the newly constructed World Equestrian Center in Ocala, Florida just four hours from the lineup of seven events at Wellington's Adequan Global Dressage Festival Read More

Two New CDIs Set for Wellington, Florida in November & December

3 months ago admin Comments Off on Two New CDIs Set for Wellington, Florida in November & December
Two new international dressage competitions--in November and December--have been added in Wellington, Florida ahead of the planned winter-long Adequan Global Dressage Festival beginning in January Read More

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

6 months ago admin 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

Coronavirus Updates – USA Extends Suspension of Shows to May 2, FEI Sets Up Task Forces to Deal with About 360 Canceled/Postponed Horse Shows Stretching to Year End

7 months ago admin Comments Off on Coronavirus Updates – USA Extends Suspension of Shows to May 2, FEI Sets Up Task Forces to Deal with About 360 Canceled/Postponed Horse Shows Stretching to Year End
UPDATES--USA Extends Suspension of Shows to May 2, FEI Sets Up Task Forces to Deal with About 360 Canceled/Postponed Horse Shows Stretching to Year End Read More