World Young Horse Championships

Maree Tomkinson & Donna Elena Win Sydney CDI3* Grand Prix Special, 2nd Victory In Duo’s Only Fourth Big Tour Competition

2 months ago admin Comments Off on Maree Tomkinson & Donna Elena Win Sydney CDI3* Grand Prix Special, 2nd Victory In Duo’s Only Fourth Big Tour Competition
SYDNEY, May 3, 2019–Maree Tomkinson and DMJ Donna Elena won the Sydney CDI3* Grand Prix Special Friday in the first Special and the second victory in only the fourth Big Tour competition for the Australian team rider and the nine-year-old mare. Read More

Kastels Zhaplin Langholt Ridden by Charlotte Jorst Midway to American Scores to Qualify for World Championships

4 months ago admin Comments Off on Kastels Zhaplin Langholt Ridden by Charlotte Jorst Midway to American Scores to Qualify for World Championships
WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 24, 2019--Charlotte Jorst rode Kastel's Zhaplin Langholt on Sunday to a second score of more than 82 per cent for the six-year-old Final test that puts the American partnership halfway toward qualifying for the World or United States Young Horse Championships. Read More

Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour & Cassidy Make Triumphant Return to Competition With Victory at Herning CDI4* Grand Prix

4 months ago admin Comments Off on Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour & Cassidy Make Triumphant Return to Competition With Victory at Herning CDI4* Grand Prix
Denmark's Cathrine Dufour and Cassidy made a triumphant return to competition after a break of almost eight months with a victory at the Danish Warmblood stallion show CDI4* Grand Prix Friday. Danish team mate Daniel Bachmann Andersen placed second on Blue Hors Don Olymbrio on a personal best score while Fiontini, winner of the hat trick of World Young Horse Championships and being competed at Big Tour for the... Read More

Aussie Simone Pearce Leaving Helgstrand Dressage After 3 “Amazing” Years to Develop Own Training Business in Germany

11 months ago admin Comments Off on Aussie Simone Pearce Leaving Helgstrand Dressage After 3 “Amazing” Years to Develop Own Training Business in Germany
Simone Pearce, an Australian who achieved success at the World Young Horse Championships and competing on both sides of the Atlantic, is leaving Helgstrand Dressage in Denmark after three years to return to Germany to develop her own training business Read More