Oliver Townend’s Cooley SRS Sold

British eventing rider Oliver Townend has to say farewell to his 11-year-old partner Cooley SRS. The Irish sport horse was sold to Terry Snow, who will give his ride to Australian Hazel Shannon. At his first four-star in Badminton event, Cooley SRS finished second. The Ramiro B son came to Townend when he was four […]

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Fox-Pitt’s Idalgo Has Died

At age 22 William Fox-Pitt’s Idalgo had to be euthanised. Last Friday the French gelding fell ill so suddenly that another decision could not be made. In 2009 Idalgo, called “Frog” was part of the successful EC team, and Fox-Pitt and he were placed second in Badminton. The gelding was retired from the sport in […]

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Four-Star Winner Retired

This weekend Astier Nicholas’ four-star winning horse Piaf De B’Neville had his farewell ceremony in Pau. The 15-year-old gelding and his rider won individual silver and team gold at the Olympic Games in Rio. Ben, so Nicholas’ long-standing partner was called, did not have any mistakes in 20 international cross country courses and finished 13 […]

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Olympic Winner Entebbe De Hus Has Died

13-year-old Entebbe de Hus, under Karim Laghouag part of the gold-winning French team has died from a colic. On Sunday, the Hanoverian Embassy I son was released from the clinic but then he had a second colic, causing him to die. “He has been and will remain my faithful friend,” so the rider said. “I am […]

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Michael Jung

Michael Jung: Break Due to Humerus Fracture

Michael Jung will have to take a break. The two-times Olympic winner fell in Le Lion D’Angers at the World Championship of the young eventing horses with Choclat at a ditch before a hedge. While the horse was fine, the rider from Horb felt pain in his shoulder. Today in the hospital Jung was diagnosed […]

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Anna Freskgard & Box Qutie

Statement on Box Qutie (SWE)

It is with great regret that we confirm that the horse Box Qutie (FEI ID 103ZC00), ridden by Sweden’s Anna Freskgård (FEI ID: 10047105) in the Eventing Championship at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018, was euthanised at 16.21 this afternoon.   The 12-year-old mare pulled up lame after the finish of the cross […]

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Ingrid Klimke & SAP Hale Bob

Germany With Record Result into the Cross Country

There has never been such a good result at a world championship: After dressage and before the cross country, Germany leads the competition with only 73,4 points at the WEG in Tryon. Yesterday Kai Rüder and Colani Sunrise as well as Julia Krajewski with Chipmunk FRH delivered a good result and today Andreas Dibowski with FRH Corrida […]

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