FEI Secretary General elected President of new Paralympic Association Sep04

FEI Secretary Genera...

Sabrina Ibáñez (SUI), Secretary General of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), has been elected as President of the newly-founded Association of Paralympic Sports Organisations (APSO). The vote took place at the founding General Assembly of the Association in Abu Dhabi (UAE) today....

Gothenburg 2017: Werth takes Freestyle gold Rothenberger a great silver Aug26

Gothenburg 2017: Werth takes Freestyle gold Rothen...

Compatriot Rothenberger pushes the legend to the limit; Denmark’s Dufour boldly takes bronze. Isabell Werth (45) secured her third Dressage gold medal of the week when topping today’s individual Freestyle at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden. But she had to pull out all the stops to pin German team-mate Sonke Rothenberger (22) into silver medal position while, mirroring the result of yesterday’s Grand Prix Special, Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour (25) took bronze. Multi-medalled Werth was under no illusions about the quality of the performance she needed to produce. “We all pushed each other today. When I...

Gothenburg 2017: It’s double-gold for Werth and Weihegold as they win the Dressage Grand Prix Special Aug25

Gothenburg 2017: It’s double-gold for Werth and We...

German legend sees off serious challenge from team-mate Rothenberger; young horses and riders sparkle under the spotlight. Germany’s Isabell Werth (45) and her lovely mare Weihegold waltzed their way to gold in the Grand Prix Special at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden today. But the doyenne of world Dressage was chased to the line by compatriot, Sonke Rothenberger (22), who joined her on the top step of the team podium on Wednesday, while Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour (25) produced a brilliant performance to claim bronze. This was Werth’s third FEI European Championships Grand Prix Special title, her first...

Gothenburg 2017: Team gold for Germany once again Aug24

Gothenburg 2017: Team gold for Germany once again

Reigning Olympic champions are in a class of their own; Danes pip host nation Sweden for silver. They may have been thrown slightly off course a few times in recent years, but Team Germany showed that they most definitely have the bit between their teeth once again when following up their Rio 2016 Olympic team victory to claim their 23rd Dressage team title at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg, Sweden tonight. “This is the latest press conference I’ve ever been at in my life, and the driest, so I hope we can go to the bar and have a little party soon! We really couldn’t expect at the beginning of the year that...

Gothenburg 2017: Gre...

For the second day running Denmark went head-to-head with Para-Equestrian Dressage powerhouse Great Britain as the two nations dominated a compelling final day of Freestyle to Music action in Gothenburg’s Heden Arena at the Longines FEI European Championships 2017. Once again Great Britain...

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