Michael Jung & fischerRocana FST

Olympic champion Michael Jung (GER) takes over Kentucky lead after cross country

Even dual Olympic champion Michael Jung admitted cross country day at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, third leg of the FEI Classics™, was a tough one with Derek di Grazia’s track posing a serious challenge. However, the German maestro is yet again in pole position on FischerRocana FST, despite finishing four seconds (1.6 time penalties) over […]

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Lorenzo de Luca & Ensor de Litrange

Lorenzo tops LGCT Ranking in Shanghai sizzler

Lorenzo de Luca (ITA) rocketed to the top of the LGCT Rankings, after a stunning Grand Prix win at the Shanghai Longines Global Champions Tour today – his debut victory on the Tour. The Italian star has collected a tally of 100 points overall, knocking Martin Fuchs (SUI) from the lead and revving up the Championship […]

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Clark Montgomery & Loughan Glen

Clark Montgomery (USA) and Loughan Glen lead at Kentucky

American rider Clark Montgomery rode a superbly smooth dressage test on Loughan Glen to take the lead in front of his new home crowd at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. It’s the third leg of the FEI Classics™, a series that links the world’s six major four-star events and provides valuable cash prizes to the […]

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Cathrine Dufuour & Atterupgaards Cassidy

Horses & Dreams: Surprise Winner in the Grand Prix

Considering the starting field of the qualification for the Freestyle it is a surprise that Cathrine Dufour became the winner of the Grand Prix at the Horses & Dreams, Hagen a.T.W. However, the Danish rider and 14-year-old Caprimond son Atterupgaards Cassidy have known each other for a very long time, to be exact more than 7 […]

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Cian O’Connor Out Due to Injury

Irish show-jumper Cian O’Connor had planned to compete at the nations Cups of La Baule and Rome as well as the Global Champions Tour in Madrid. But now that will not happen. Last weekend at the CSI4* Eschweiler the rider sustained a groin injury. His doctor advised him to take a leave of absence. However, he […]

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Hubertus Schmidt’s Sammy Deluxe: Euthanised after Leg Fracture

Hubertus Schmidt’s 11-year-old Grand Prix horse, Westphalian gelding Sammy Deluxe by Sir Donnerhall/Florestan, had to be euthanised after he had broken his leg in the stable. The gelding came to Schmidt’s barn in 2012, where Marcus Hermes developed him to S-level. In 2013 Schmidt took over his ride and competed him in St. Georg competitions. […]

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Young Talent for Quentin Judge

US show-jumper Quentin Judge is prepared for the future: he has taken over the ride of 7-year-old sBs gelding Exotik Sitte by Ogano Sitte/Clinton. As yet the horse was presented by Belgian Lisa de Ridder. The mother of Exotik is Ustina Sitte, the horse that is competed internationally by Nicola Philippaerts. Further offspring of Ustina […]

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Isabel Freese Looses Horse Due to Aortic Rupture

It is a shock for every rider when their horse dies from an aortic rupture. Norwegian dressage rider Isabel Freese-Bache now had to live through this nightmare. Her 10-year-old Hanoverian gelding Sam’s Ass died unexpectedly on April, 19th, so eurodressage.com reported. The gelding was owned by Paul Schockemöhle, Freese-Bache is one of his employees. The […]

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Winningmood’s Daughter now under Luciana Diniz

Portuguese Luciana Diniz has many positive memories when it comes to grey Belgian stallion Winningmood by Carco/Cassini. The pair achieved numerous and great successes. Now Diniz will take over the ride of one of Winningmood’s daughers: 9-year-old Isabeau Van Dorperheide. As yet the Gerschwin granddaughter was competed by Louise Laer (BEL) and Viktor Daem (BEL) […]

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