Vamos Amigos

Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour Living the Dream as She Heads to World Championships on Vamos Amigos Favorite for Gold

7 days ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour Living the Dream as She Heads to World Championships on Vamos Amigos Favorite for Gold
Aug. 1, 2022 By KENNETH J. BRADDICK When Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour rides Vamos Amigos at the world championships next weekend it won’t just be Danes rooting for success for the hometown star but dressage fans around the world and even Olympians from some other nations with finger’s crossed behind their backs that it is Cathrine’s time. Read More

World Dressage Championship (Maybe) Outlook Based on Current Best Scores

2 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on World Dressage Championship (Maybe) Outlook Based on Current Best Scores
Denmark could be at the top of the World Championship medals podium for the first time in the 56-year history of the dressage competition, according to the cognoscenti and a calculation of scores of the 20 teams that will line up in Herning, Denmark next week Read More

Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour Rides Bohemian to CDI4* Freestyle Win for Danish Rider’s 4th Victory at Aachen

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour Rides Bohemian to CDI4* Freestyle Win for Danish Rider’s 4th Victory at Aachen
Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour rode Bohemian to victory in Aachen CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle for the fourth win for the Danish rider at the World Equestrian Festival. Salvino ridden by America's Adrienne Lyle was eliminated for blood in the mouth just hours after Isabell Werth on DSP Quantaz was rung out of the Nations Cup for the same occurrence. Read More

Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour on Vamos Amigos Leads Denmark to First Ever Victory in Aachen Nations Cup

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour on Vamos Amigos Leads Denmark to First Ever Victory in Aachen Nations Cup
Cathrine Laudrup-Dufour on Vamos Amigos led Denmark to their first every victory in the 45-year history of the Nations Cup at Aachen's World Equestrian Festival, the globe's most prestigious and competitive horse show. Germany, which has dominated the event, earned silver although DSP Quantaz ridden by Isabell Werth was eliminated with blood in the mouth. Read More