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USA Festival of Champions Draws Over 175 Entries for Next Week’s 12 National Championships, 2 Finals

4 months ago admin Comments Off on USA Festival of Champions Draws Over 175 Entries for Next Week’s 12 National Championships, 2 Finals
More than 175 horse and rider combinations from across the continental United States have officially entered the Festival of Champions of 12 national championships and two medal seat finals near Chicago next week, close to 90 per cent of the pairs that qualified. Read More

Qualification Eased for North Americans Seeking World Cup Final Start

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North American riders seeking to earn a start at the dressage World Cup Final next year will have to complete in only two qualifiers and not three as initially required, an impact of coronavirus reducing the number of competitions. Read More

US Olympic & Paralympic Committee Launches Covid Athlete Assistant Fund

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, July 23, 2020–The United States Olympic & Paralympic has launched a Covid-19 Athlete Assistance Fund to make a one-time payment to eligible American athletes. In partnership with the Athletes’ Advisory Council and national governing bodies–of which the U.S. Equestrian Federation is one–the USOPC said the fund is intended to ease financial disruption Read More

Laura Graves Looks Back to Her Birthday Celebration in Aachen, Germany on This Day 3 Years Ago

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One of the most memorable events for Laura Graves on Verdades was three years ago to the day when she beat German superstar Isabell Werth on her world No. 1 horse Weihegold OLD at the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany, watching the American flag raised and the crowd singing "Happy Birthday." Read More