Charlotte Dujardin & Mount St. John Freestyle

Mount St Freestyle and Quantico Not in London

British dressage rider and third place winner of the WEG Charlotte Dujardin has announced that she will not compete her top horse Mount St. John Freestyle at the Olympia International Horse Show in London on December, 17 and 18.  The Fidermark daughter already was supposed to  be shown in Stuttgart, but had a cough. The […]

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Isabell Werth & Weihegold OLD

Werth does it again in the Saab Top 10

Isabell Werth rode her star horse Weihegold OLD to victory in the Saab Top 10 Dressage Grand Prix. A confident, third straight win in Stockholm for the German World Champion gold medalist. Fellow German rider Dorothee Schneider with Sammy Davis Jr. placed second at her first competition at Friends Arena. – The Saab Top 10 is […]

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Sönke Rothenberger & Cosmo

No Stockholm for Rothenberger

Originally Sönke Rothenberger had planned to compete for Germany alongside Isabell Werth/Weihegold OLD, Dorothee Schneider/Sammy Davis jr. and Helen Langehanenberg/Damsey FRH at the Top 10 event. But already in the beginning of November, Rothenberger, so announced, had to cancel his plans. The reason: Rothenberger currently is a student in Brussels and is doing his […]

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Technical Director Dressage Luis Lucio Retires

The Spanish dressage team is looking for a new trainer. Luis Lucio, as yet technical director dressage, has decided not to continue. Originally the plan was to renegotiate his contract at the general assembly of the Spanish equestrian federation, but according to the Spanish decided against it. Lucio was the technical director for six […]

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Spanish Team Horse Sold to the US

Spanish dressage rider Severo Jurado Lopez will have to do without his championship horse Deep Impact in the future. The Hanoverian gelding, previously owned by Andreas Helgstrand, was sold to Charlotte Jorst from the USA. The Danish has already bought several horses from Helgstrand. The 15-year-old De Niro son once was the present for the […]

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Morgan Barbancon & Painted Black

Morgan Barbançon Back Home

Spanish-French dressage rider Morgan Barbançon is back in her home country Switzerland. For eight years Barbançon was based in the Netherlands, where she trained first with Anky van Grunsven and then with Andreas Helgstrand, Ton de Ridder and Alex van Silfhout. Now the 26-year-old wants to spend more time with her family again. She told […]

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Danish WEG Horse sold to Korea

The WEG horse of Danish Betina Jaeger – Belstaff- has been sold to Dong Seon Kim in Korea. The Hanoverian stallion by Brentano II/De Niro previously was owned by American Rowan O’Riley and was sold by Jaeger’s employer Andreas Helgstrand. In 2015 Betina Jaeger had taken over the ride of the horse and first competet […]

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Anabel Balkenhol & Dablino

Olympic Horse Dablino Officially Retired

In 2017 De Niro son Dablino had his last competitions in Hagen and Rotterdam – Anabel Balkenhol, rider of the tall chestnut gelding never said if she would compete her horse for the 2012 Olympic Games again. Now, however, it is clear: The now 18-year-old Hanoverian will not be back in the arena. Dablino, who […]

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Cathrine Dufour & Atterupgaards Cassidy

Cathrine Dufour to Work for Helgstrand Dressage

Danish dressage rider Cathrine Dufour is to transfer to the team of Helgstrand Dressage. However, the 26-year-old will not give up her own stable in Roskilde, but will become a new sales stable for Helgstrand Dressage and train his horses. Helgstrand Dressage owns more than 300 horses, 250 of which are ridden every day. The […]

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Jorinde Verwimp & Tiamo

Hospitalised after Accident: Jorinde Verwimp

Belgian Olympic rider Jorinde Verwimp had to be brought to a hospital after a riding accident. According to Verwimp fell from a client’s horse when it was spooked and stumbled. The rider lost consciousness. For a short time Verwimp was in a coma but now she is conscious again. The dressage rider can remember […]

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