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Isabell Werth & Weihegold OLD Win Mannheim CDI4* Grand Prix Just Hours After Returning Bella Rose to Competition & Victory

1 week ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Isabell Werth & Weihegold OLD Win Mannheim CDI4* Grand Prix Just Hours After Returning Bella Rose to Competition & Victory
MANNHEIM, Germany, April 28, 2021--Isabell Werth rode Weihegold OLD to victory in the Maimarket Turnier CDI4* Grand Prix Wednesday just hours after the most decorated Olympian in history returned Bella Rose to Big Tour competition with a win. Read More

World Equestrian Center Ocala Issues Assurances of USEF National, FEI International Dressage Shows

2 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on World Equestrian Center Ocala Issues Assurances of USEF National, FEI International Dressage Shows
The World Equestrian Center has given assurances that national and international dressage competitions sanctioned by the U.S. and International federations will continue to be staged at Ocala, Florida even though all hunter/jumper events will be approved solely by the National Snaffle Bit Association this year. Read More

Germany’s Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Dalera Post Narrow Victory Over Britain’s Charlotte Dujardin & Freestyle in Hagen’s Horses & Dreams CDI4* Grand Prix

2 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Germany’s Jessica von Bredow-Werndl & Dalera Post Narrow Victory Over Britain’s Charlotte Dujardin & Freestyle in Hagen’s Horses & Dreams CDI4* Grand Prix
HAGEN, Germany, April 23, 2021--Jessica von Bredow-Werndl and TSF Dalera posted a personal best score for a narrow victory over Charlotte Dujardin on Mount St. John Freestyle in the Horses & Dreams CDI4* Grand Prix Friday. Read More

Brentina’s History-Making Career with Rider Debbie McDonald

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Brentina and her partner Debbie McDonald strode across the globe in a decade of appearances that included two Olympics, two World Equestrian Games, the first U.S. partnership to win the World Cup and along the way become beloved not only to Americans but horse lovers everywhere. Read More

Brentina, America’s Sweetheart, Olympic, World Championship Medalist Ridden by Debbie McDonald, Euthanized at the Age of 31

2 weeks ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Brentina, America’s Sweetheart, Olympic, World Championship Medalist Ridden by Debbie McDonald, Euthanized at the Age of 31
Brentina, the mare that became America's sweetheart when ridden by Debbie McDonald in two Olympics, two world championships and the first United States World Cup champion, has been euthanized at the age of 31 after the horse had difficulty standing. Read More

Adrienne Lyle & Salvino, Olivia LaGoy-Weltz & Lonoir Ready to Compete in Wellington CDI4* Seeking Places on USA Olympic Team

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Adrienne Lyle & Salvino, Olivia LaGoy-Weltz & Lonoir Ready to Compete in Wellington CDI4* Seeking Places on USA Olympic Team
WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 31, 2021--The partnership of Adrienne Lyle and Salvino readied Wednesday for their first competition in 13 months to seek a place on the United States team for the Olympics in four months while Olivia LaGoy-Weltz re-focused Lonoir to Tokyo after their success in qualifying for the World Cup was thwarted when the championships were canceled. Read More

Frederic Wandres Back Home After Success at Wellington’s Global Circuit to Seek Place on German Teams

1 month ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Frederic Wandres Back Home After Success at Wellington’s Global Circuit to Seek Place on German Teams
Frederic Wandres has returned home to compete Duke of Britain for a place on Germany's Olympic or championship teams after the rider fulfilled a long-held dream of winter in Wellington where he successfully debuted the eight-year-old Harrods being developed as the Big Tour hope for the future. Read More

Dressage World Cup Riders in Wellington Disappointed at Cancellation of Final, But Support Protection of Horses from Equine Herpes Virus

2 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Dressage World Cup Riders in Wellington Disappointed at Cancellation of Final, But Support Protection of Horses from Equine Herpes Virus
Dressage riders invited to the World Cup Final Friday expressed disappointment the event was canceled but strongly supported measures to protect horses from the equine herpes virus outbreak that led to the Gothenburg, Sweden championship being called off. Six riders representing four nations and competing in Wellington were preparing to head to the World Cup, three for the first time. Read More