No Comeback for Olivier Robert’s Five-Star Horse Quenelle Du Py

It has been one year since Anglo-Arabian mare Quenelle Du Py has been presented at an event. Olivier Robert (FRA) competed the Trésor du Renom daughter at the World Cup in Bordeaux and then she sustained an injury. Now the mare will come back to Bordeaux, but not for a comeback in the sport but for […]

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Simon Delestre & Sultan de Beaufour

Simon Delestre’s Five-Star Horse to Jérome Guery

Belgian show-jumper Jérome Guery has reason to be pleased: he has taken over the ride of Simon Delestre’s Sultan de Beaufour. The French rider and the 13-year-old Selle Francais gelding received some five-star placements last year after Delestre the owner Inigo Lopez de la Osa Escribano provided him with the horse’s ride. Previously the owner himself had ridden […]

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New Year, New Horse

Belgian top rider Gregory Wathelet has reinforced his team with another horse. This weekend in Oliva, Spain, he will present 7-year-old Dark Moon De Greenbay Z, a Diarado son. Previously the Zangersheide stallion was ridden by French Nicolas Delmotte, who was able to celebrate many international successes in young rider classes in Knokke, Maubeuge and […]

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Walter Gabathuler & Chagrannus

Walther Gabathuler’s Chagrannus Could not be Helped

On Saturday afternoon, Walter Gabathuler’s 13-year-old OS stallion sustained an injury in the timed show-jumping class at the CSI Basel and could no longer walk. The horse was examined by a veterinarian on the spot and then brought to the animal clinic in Zurich. There he was diagnosed with a comminuted fracture without a chance […]

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Laura Graves & Verdades

Laura Graves and Verdades Wow Spectators with Freestyle Victory in First “Friday Night Stars” of the AGDF Season

The Adequan® Global Dressage Festival concluded its second day of competition on Friday, January 11, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL, with the “Friday Night Stars” FEI Grand Prix Freestyle CDI-W, presented by Wellington Agricultural Services. Laura Graves (USA) and Verdades wowed the crowd with their freestyle and won the class. […]

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New Dressage Coach for the Netherlands

Last August, just before the World Equestrian Games, Rien van der Schaft had resigned as Dutch Bondscoach dressage. The team went to the USA without a coach. Now a new Bondscoach has been announced: In the future the Dutch riders will be trained by Alex van Silfhout. Over the last years he has already been coach […]

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Alexandra Francart & Volnay du Boisdeville

Alexandra Francart’s Championship Horse to the USA

French show-jumper Alexandra Francart will have to do without her championship horse Volnay du Boisdeville in the future. The 10-year-old Selle Francais stallion by Winningmood and the rider had an outstanding season, won the Nations Cup of St. Gallen – they delivered two clear rounds and they also had two clear rounds at the Nations […]

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Tom McEwen’s Four-Star Horse Dies From Colic

The “broken-hearted” team around British eventing rider Tom McEwen announced on Facebook the death of four-star horse Strike Smartly, called Paddy. At age 12 he died from a colic attack after he had had complications on the weekend. In 2017 McEwen and the grey Irish horse won the CIC3* in Chatsworth as well as the CCI3* of […]

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Luciana Diniz in Abu Dhabi with Two New Horses

After having retired her two top horses Fit For Fun and Lennox, Portuguese show-jumper Luciana Diniz is back with two new horses. This weekend she will present her new additions in the CSI4* in Abu Dhabi: Airelle Flamingo Z, a daughter of her previous horse Lady Lindenhof who previously was ridden by Pénélope Leprévost, and […]

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