world equestrian games

Super Nova II, Ridden by Spencer Wilton for Great Britain for Olympic and World Games Medals, Retires

2 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Super Nova II, Ridden by Spencer Wilton for Great Britain for Olympic and World Games Medals, Retires
Super Nova II, the British-bred Hanoverian gelding ridden by Spencer Wilton on Great Britain's silver medal team at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro and bronze at the 2018 Tryon World Equestrian Games, has been retired from the sport at the age of 18. Read More

Debbie McDonald On USA Success at Tokyo Olympics–Part 1 of 2

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For Debbie McDonald, the Olympic team silver medal caps the most illustrious era of American dressage so far, beginning as a rider on  Brentina leading USA to silver at 2002 World Games, in 2003 first American to become World Cup champion, coach of three of four riders on the silver medal team at 2018 world championships and coach of Tokyo squad Read More

Bella Rose Retired After Ridden by Isabell Werth to Olympic, World, European Gold on Return from Near Career-Ending Injury

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Bella Rose Retired After Ridden by Isabell Werth to Olympic, World, European Gold on Return from Near Career-Ending Injury
Bella Rose, THE horse of Isabell Werth's life, goes into retirement after historic Olympic, world and European championship gold medal performances despite 3 1/2 years out of competition to overcome a career-threatening injury. Read More

USA Dressage Team Riders, Horses Accustomed to Florida-Type Weather Ready for Tokyo Olympic Grand Prix Without Spectators in Two Days

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on USA Dressage Team Riders, Horses Accustomed to Florida-Type Weather Ready for Tokyo Olympic Grand Prix Without Spectators in Two Days
United States Olympic dressage team riders Adrienne Lyle, Steffen Peters and Sabine Schut-Kery said Thursday their horses that were accustomed to the Florida-type subtropical weather were fit and ready for the Grand Prix beginning in two days in Tokyo in the stadium they described as "stunning." Read More

Glock’s Zonik, 13-Year-Old Stallion Competed by Edward Gal & Hans Peter Minderhoud, Euthanized After Accident While Recovering from Surgery

3 months ago StraightArrow Comments Off on Glock’s Zonik, 13-Year-Old Stallion Competed by Edward Gal & Hans Peter Minderhoud, Euthanized After Accident While Recovering from Surgery
Glock's Zonik, competed by Edward Gal and Hans Peter Minderhoud who are in Tokyo preparing for the Olympics, was euthanized after the 13-year-old stallion injured himself after surgery Read More