world equestrian games

Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu & All In Could Face Olympic & World Cup Dilemma

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 16, 2020--Brittany Fraser-Beaulieu could face a dilemma with All, her international partner for the past seven years--whether to compete at her first World Cup Final or focus on making her Olympic debut. Read More

Jill Irving Sets Early Tone for Canada’s Olympic Team Selection

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Jill Irving’s double victory at Florida’s Global Dressage Festival set the tone for Canada’s Olympic dressage selection series with at least another six shows in the United States before the wrapup at home in Canada in five months. Read More

Steffen Peters Talks About Daily Mental Therapy as he Seeks Place on 5th USA Olympic Team

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Six months after Steffen Peters disclosed mental health issues sustained after a quarter century among the world's elite competitors, the rider reports he works daily on recovery, imprinting images of his 2009 World Cup victory on Ravel to control his thoughts and emotions as he seeks a place on what would be his fifth Olympic team for America. Read More

Elmegardens Marquis Competed by Georgia’s Joanne Vaughan at Age 21 at Wellington, One of World’s Oldest Active Big Tour Horses

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 12, 2020--Emegardens Marquis, loaned to Great Britain for the 2011 team that won its only European Championship gold medal, is competing in Florida at the age of 21 as one of the oldest active Big Tour horses in the world. Read More

Jill Irving & Degas Win Wellington World Cup Freestyle With Personal Best Score to Lead Canadian Sweep

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Canada's Pan American Games team gold medal partnership of Jill Irving and Degas posted a personal best score to win the Adequan Global Dressage Festival World Cup Freestyle Friday night and lead a Canadian sweep of the top three places for the second day. Read More

Steffen Peters & Suppenkasper Win Wellington CDI3* Grand Prix, Canadian Team Riders Sweep World Cup Grand Prix

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WELLINGTON, Florida, Jan. 9, 2019--Steffen Peters and Suppenkasper won the CDI3* Grand Prix Thursday in the first competition in almost six months for the American world championship team silver medal pair, while Canadian team riders swept the World Cup Grand Prix. Read More

Cesar Hirsch, Pan American Equestrian Confederation New President, Sets as Priority Upgrading Pan Am Games Dressage

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Cesar Hirsch, newly installed as president of the Pan American Equestrian Confederation, has set as a top priority upgrading Pan American Games dressage after another country with a team of mixed levels earned a reservation for Tokyo Olympics but fell short of meeting required scores at Grand Prix. Read More

Isabell Werth Into 2020 Ranked Top With Bella Rose and First Rider as Year-End No. 1 on 2 Different Horses

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Isabell Werth starts 2020 ranked top in the world with Bella Rose and becomes the first rider as year-end No. 1 on two different horses since the current format of ranking rider/horse combinations was begun in 2006. Great Britain's Charlotte Dujardin on Mount St. John Freestyle produced the most dramatic change in the standings, skytocketing to No. 6 in the world from 48th. Read More