Isabell Werth & Emilio

Aachen: Werth with Emilio and Bella Rose – Weihegold Stays at Home

Today the German FN has announced that Weihegold OLD will not be competed in Aachen. Instead, Isabell Werth will bring Emilio to the sighting for Tryon. The dressage committee, so it is said, wants to use the CHIO to see Emilio and Bella Rose. After Bella Rose’s successful comeback in Fritzens she will now be competed […]

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Maikel van der Vleuten & IDI Utopia

Dutch win against all the odds at fabulous Falsterbo

It wasn’t all smooth sailing as the Dutch swept to victory in the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ of Sweden at Falsterbo (SWE) today. Reduced to a three-man team following first-round drama for Michel Hendrix (31) and Baileys, and only making the cut into the jump-off after a successful appeal against four faults at the […]

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Course Designer Luc Musette Has Died

Course designer Luc Musette has died at age 61. The Belgian had suffered from a chronic illness for some time, to which he now succumbed. He and his brother Jean-Paul Musette led two riding schools in Belgium The experienced course designer was responsible for course design at the highest level- Among others he built the courses for […]

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Sönke Rothenberger & Cosmo

Sönke Rothernberger and Cosmo to Miss Aachen

After having spoken with the DOKR Sönke Rothenberger has withdrawn Cosmo from Aachen. The reason is an infect of the 11-year-old gelding. “We deeply regret this, ” so national coach Monica Theodorescu said. “But it is the correct decision to go easy on the horse because the pair is one of our top favourites for […]

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WEG without Springsteen

US show-jumper Jessica Springsteen has withdrawn from the sightings for the World Equestrian Games (WEG). She decided together with the owners of her horse RMF Swinny Du Parc and the team that her horse was not ready for the games. Therefore RMF Swinny Du Parc’s programme will be redirected in order to have her gain […]

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Christian Ahlmann & Clintrexo Z

Optimal from A to Z: Christian Ahlmann and Clintrexo Z

Christian Ahlmann has won the Grand Prix of Wiesbaden for the first time. “As yet the others somehow were better,” the rider from Marl said and laughed. This year he wanted to know it. He already had a top result with only 9-year-old Zangersheide stallion Clintrexo Z in Hamburg and he was able to increase […]

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Dorothee Schneider & Faustus

Fit, Happy and with a Smile: Faustus and Dorothee Schneider

In the Grand Prix she was  second, but in the special she finished in first place: Dorothee Schneider with 10-year-old Falsterbo offspring Faustus. The Hanoverian gelding was warmed up “intentionally sparse” since the sun was very warm. “During the warm up I had the feeling that he was 100 percent with me,” so the winner […]

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Peter Thomsen’s Former Top Horse Dies During Birth

Horseware’s Cayenne, with whom Peter Thomsen was placed fifth at the EC in Malmö in 2015 and successfully competed in four-star events has died during the birth of her first daughter. The 17-year-old Holsteiner mare bred by FN president Breido Graf zu Rantzau and her foal had to be euthanized due to complications during the […]

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Forward with a Good Feeling: Douglas Lindelöw and Zacramento

Swedish Douglas Lindelöw has perfected victory in the price of the Hesse Ministerpräsident at the Wiesbadener Pfingstturnier. In the jump-off he won against Daniel Deußer with Holsteiner stallion Cassini Bay by Cassini. Irish Denis Lynch and Fairview Aliquidam finished third. “Zacramento gets better and better,” the winner said. “The feeling I currently get from him […]

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