8-year-old Stallion for Hans Peter Minderhoud

Dutch dressage rider Hans Peter Minderhoud has a new talent in his stable – 8-year-old KWPN stallion Ferdeaux by Bordeaux/Ferro. His breeder G. van Esterik has joint ownership of the horse with Joop van Uytert. As yet the stallion was trained by Kirsten Brouwer. In 2015 he was placed tenth at the World Championship of […]

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Gregory Wathelet & Coree

Wathelet and Coree unbeatable in LGCT Grand Prix of Shanghai

Belgium’s Gregory Wathelet and the gallant grey Coree set a jaw-dropping pace early in a 12 rider jump-off, seizing victory in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of Shanghai. The pair nailed the feature class with a Formula-1-fast round that simply couldn’t be beaten, finishing 1.69 seconds ahead of their closest rival in the field. “I knew […]

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Apollo Van de Wendi Kurt Hoeve Retired from the Sport

The 18-year-old gelding’s farewell ceremony is going to take place at the Nations Cup event in Vairano on April 22. The Polidiktus Van de Helle son and his rider were among the top ten in 19 out of 25 international competitions. Apollo became known as a good dressage horse, his often was one of the […]

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Beezie Madden & Breitling LS

Paris was Last Competition for Reveur de Hurtebrise

It certainly was the right decision: when Reveur de Hurtebise and French Kevin Staut had 20 penalties in the first of the final competitions of the World Cup Final in Paris it was decided that the Kashmir van Schuttersdorf son will be retired from the sport. The owner and his rider have put an end to […]

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WEG: Ingrid Klimke Relies on Hale Bob

Ingrid Klimke has only one horse for this year’s World Equestrian Games. She announced that Die Weisse Düne, who became World Champion of the young eventing horses in 2016, was injured. SAP Escada FRH was retired from the sport last year. Therefore she has only Hale Bob left. He will start this year’s season with […]

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Kevin Staut & Reveur de Hurtebise

Paris was Last Competition for Reveur de Hurtebrise

It certainly was the right decision: when Reveur de Hurtebise and French Kevin Staut had 20 penalties in the first of the final competitions of the World Cup Final in Paris it was decided that the Kashmir van Schuttersdorf son will be retired from the sport. The owner and his rider have put an end to […]

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Winningmood’s Last Round

Winningmood is one of the most successful show-jumping horses of the last years. Now Luciana Diniz’ 19-year-old stallion retires from the sport. This weekend at the World Cup Final in Paris the Darco/Cassino offspring will be presented for the last time. Originally the grey horse came to the sport under Belgian Ludo Philippaerts. He then […]

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Olympic Winner Weltall Has Died

Hanoverian gelding Weltall has died aged 24. In 2004 the Weltmeyer son won Olympic team gold. Weltall had a colic and could not be saved. Once Weltall was discovered by Martin Schaudt at the Hanoverian elite auction in 1988. Later they set world records: in 2003 80,92 percent in the Grand Prix Special and one […]

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Switzerland: Two Five-Star Events Less in 2018

The organisers of the Longines Horse Show in Lausanne have canceled the event this year. They named the World Equestrian Games in Tryon as well as financial problems as the reason. The five-star event in St. Moritz that should have taken place in August will also pause for a year.

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Patrick van der Meer Replaces Emile Faurie

Another withdrawal for the World Cup Final in Paris: British Emile Faurie will not compete Delatio since the 14-year-old Hanoverian stallion by De Niro/Rubinstein sustained a slight injury. In order not to compromise the horse’s future use it was decided not to attend the competition. The replacement would have been Marcela Krinke from Switzerland, but […]

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