Crucial starting positions decided for FEI World Cup™ Finals in Paris Apr11

Crucial starting positions decided for FEI World C...

The magnificent setting of City Hall in Paris played host tonight to the draws for both the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2018 Finals. Guests were greeted by the arresting music of the world-famous band from La Guarde Republicaine (The Republican Guard) and the atmosphere was electric as defending champion, Isabell Werth from Germany, and French rider Ludovic Henry matched the starting numbers and names for Friday’s first leg of the Dressage finale. A total of  18 riders from 13 nations will contest the Dressage title. It’s going to be a battle of the giants and no quarter will be given, but Frenchman Henry,...

Faurie withdrawn from FEI World Cup™ Final Apr10

Faurie withdrawn fro...

Delatio, ridden by Emile Faurie and owned by Elena Knyaginicheva, has unfortunately sustained an injury which will prevent him from competing at this week’s FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in Paris (13 – 14 April 2018). Emile commented: “Delatio’s been going brilliantly and we’ve been very much...

The statistics are stacked against them, but the five male athletes competing at next week’s FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2018 Final in Paris (FRA) won’t be intimidated by that…. Apr05

The statistics are s...

Defending champion, Germany’s Isabell Werth, may be clear favourite to reclaim the title with her fabulous mare Weihegold, but as the lady herself so often says, “with horses you just never know what’s going to happen!”, and there isn’t an equine expert in the world who will argue with that....

Yvonne Losos de Muñi...

The Dominican Republic’s Yvonne Losos de Muñiz left her best performance with her own Aquamarijn to their last test, pulling off a 71.596% victory in the Grand Prix Special CDI3*, presented by Grand Prix Services. It was the final class on the last day of the 12-week 2018 Adequan® Global...

Records Tumble as Ad...

Every single one of the top four combinations in the FEI Nations Cup™ Grand Prix Freestyle CDIO3*, presented by Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center, posted a personal best. But it was the last rider down the center line during “Friday Night Stars” under the floodlights that took the gold...

All-Female American ...

The all-female American team dominated the Vinceremos Therapeutic Riding Center FEI Nations Cup™ CDIO3* team competition in the 12th and final week of the 2018 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, Florida.   In the...

FEI President welcomes delegates to IF Gender Equality in Leadership Forum Mar29

FEI President welcom...

Ingmar De Vos, President of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), equestrian sport’s global governing body, focused on the power of sport to promote gender equality as he welcomed delegates to the opening of the third IF Gender Equality in Leadership Forum in the Olympic capital,...

Team USA in Control ...

Young riders came to the fore as the tussle for the under-25 Nations Cup team title unfolded in the Intermediate II CDIOU25, presented by Diamante Farms.   The team result is decided solely on the results from the under-25 inter II class, and it was Spain’s young talent that shone...

Pirouetting to Paris for the Final showdown – bring it on!! Mar27

Pirouetting to Paris for the Final showdown –...

 It has been an amazing qualifying season filled with exciting newcomers, old favourites, big clashes and some magical moments. Now it’s down to the wire, with 18 horse-and-rider combinations from 13 countries chasing down the 2018 title. The 33rd FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final is going to be a classic… “It’s good for our sport that they are all trying to beat me!” Paris, the City of Lights, will welcome 18 horse-and-rider combinations from all around the globe for the 33rd FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in two weeks time, but can any of them stop Isabell Werth from winning her fourth title? The 2018 Final looks set to...

W.E.L. finalist for Paris Mar10

W.E.L. finalist for ...

FEI World Cup™ Dressage Western European League standings, after last leg in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NED): 1 Patrik Kittel SWE 74 2 Dorothee Schneider GER 72 3 Jessica von Bredow-Werndl GER 62 4 Madeleine Witte-Vrees NED 56 5 Edward Gal NED 55 6 Daniel Bachmann Andersen 54 6 Tinne Vilhelmson...

Werth wins and Gal glitters as Final line-up is decided in Den Bosch Mar10

Werth wins and Gal glitters as Final line-up is de...

Young horses shine on thrilling afternoon; six WEL nations will be represented in Paris. With the biggest smile on her face that said it all as she strutted down the centreline for the final time, defending series champion, Germany’s Isabell Werth (48), nailed her fourth win of the season at the last qualifier of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League in ’s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands today. On an afternoon when many of the early starters were hampered by spooky moments in the ring, the second-half contestants really raised the bar, and once Werth and Emilio took their turn when fifth-last to go, her score of 87.405...

Laura Graves Sets New AGDF Record High Score with Astonishing Freestyle at the 2018 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival Mar02

Laura Graves Sets Ne...

The USA’s number one dressage combination Laura Graves and Verdades proved their prowess beyond doubt with an astonishing performance in the Grand Prix Freestyle CDIW, presented by U.S. Trust & Bank of America Merrill Lynch. They scored 84.975% during “Friday Night Stars” under the...

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