Marilyn Little Not Able to Compete for US Eventing Team

According to the federation of the United States Marilyn Little will not be able to compete at the World Equestrian Games in her home country. Her horse RF Scandalous sustained a slight injury during training. The rider said her horse had a slight inflammation of the leg after the last training. “I am sad to […]

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Sam Griffiths Not to Attend WEG

Not only the German but also the Australian eventing rider have to do without one of their most experienced pairs at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon.  Sam Griffiths had to withdraw Paulank Brockagh, who sustained a slight injury during the preparation and is not fit enough to travel. “Brocks” therefore will be prepared for […]

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Michael Jung & fischerRocana FST

World Equestrian Games in Tryon Without Michael Jung

The World Equestrian Games in Tryon (USA) will take place without the participation of two-times Olympic winner and former world champion Michael Jung and fischerRocana FST. “The mare compressed the left front leg,” Jung’s father and trainer Joachimg Jung  (Horb) explained. “The good news is that in the long run the prognosis is positive.” A […]

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Anna Siemer’s Chloe to Chris Burton

German eventing rider Anna Siemer has to let go her horse to Australian Chris Burton. After six years, the 11-year-old Holsteiner mare leaves the stable of the trainer and rider. “Saying farewell to Chleo is hard for me,” Siemer writes. “On the other hand I am proud that after Lennox (Michael Jung) and Aiden (Little […]

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Strong Australian Eventing Team

The Australian eventing team for the WEG in Tryon has been announced. Sam Griffiths and 2014 Badminton winner Paulak Brockagh will be part of the team for the third consecutive time. In Rio the pair won bronze. The other nominated pairs ware Chris Burton with Cooley Lands, Andrew Hoy -who participates at a championship for […]

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British Federation Announces Eventing Team for Tryon

The British Equestrian Federation has announced its team for the World Equestrian Games. Ros Cantar will fly to the USA with Allstar B, Tina Cook with Billy The Red, Piggy Frenz with Quarrycrest Echo, Tom McEwen with Toledo De Kerser and Gemma Tattersall with Arctic Soul. Canter and Allstar B as well as Tina Cook […]

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After Strzegom: German Team for Tryon Announced

This weekend in Strzegom, Poland, the last sighting of the German eventers for the World Equestrian Games took place. After the event the AG Spitzensport of the DOKR’s eventing committee announced the team for the WEG in Tryon. The team consists of the pairs that already were in the first group after Luhmühlen: Andreas Dibowski […]

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Blyth Tait is back at the Championship Squad

14 years ago Olypic winner of 1996, Blyth Tait, announced his retirement from the eventing sport. Now the 57-year-old New Zealander is part of a championship team again. He is one of the five riders to represent New Zealand in Tryon. He will ride 14-year-old gelding Dassett Courage and even has a reserve horse, Havanna. […]

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Damien Haelterman Losses Hooligan de Laubry.

In the future Damien Haelterman will have to do without his best horse. The BWP stallion Hooligan de Laubry by Clinton was recently sold by Stephan Conter. Previously the pair finished eighth in the 1,50m in Knokke and they were part of the Nations Cup team in Lisbon. Before being Damien Haelterman’s ride the horse […]

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