Canadian Olympic Medalist Has Died

At age 22 Ole, once highly successful show-jumping horse under Canadian flag, has passed away on November, 23rd. The career of the Dutch gelding by Burggraaf started in 2008 under Mac Cone, when the pair won the Grand Prix of the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington. In the same year the pair was part of the […]

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Smolder’s Top Horse to Jennifer Gates

Jennifer Gates, show-jumper from the US, has taken over the reins of one of her trainer Harrie Smolder’s horses: Capital Colnardo. The 13-year-old stallion by Colman and his new rider had their debut in Lier this month. Smolders and Capital Colnardo were highly successful in the Nations Cup competition in Hickstead, won in New York […]

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Steve Guerdat & Bianca

Hofgut Albführen Buys Bianca for Guerdat

Hofgut Albführen in Dettighofen near the Swiss border has made a perfect deal for their great rider: they have bought 12-year-old mare Bianca, with whom Steve Guerdat won individual bronze at this year’s WEG in Tryon. Furthermore, the Balou du Rouet daughter and the Swiss rider were placed second in the five-star Grand Prix of Lyon […]

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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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Lorenzo de Luca & Irenice Horta

Top 10 WEG Horse for Cian O’Connor

rish show-jumper Cian O’Connor has a new horse in his stable: in the future he will ride 10-year-old BWP mare Irenice Horta by Vigo d’Arsouilles/Diamant de Semilly, who was placed seventh under Italian Lorenzo de Luca at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon. Daniel Deußer introduced the mare to the international sport when she was […]

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Montender Has Died

KWPN stallion Montender by Contender/Burggraaf h as died at age 24. Once Montender was the top horse of German Marco Kutscher, The pair won individual and team gold at the 2003 EC in San Patrignano as well as individual and team bronze at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens and the German championship. Montender also […]

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Daniel Deußer & Tobago Z

Germany’s Deusser makes it a double in Madrid

Germany’s Daniel Deusser (37) rocketed up to third on the Western European League leaderboard and booked his ticket to the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final in Gothenburg, Sweden next April when posting his second win of the 2018/2019 qualifying season at Madrid in Spain today. He topped the line-up with Calisto Blue in Verona, […]

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Philippe Guerdat No Longer Coach for France

Philippe Guerdat was coach of the French show-jumpers for six years. Since the French team was not able to achieve a qualification for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo the the federation has decided to reorganise its system. Guerdat is not part of the plan; therefore the French are looking for a new coach.

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Simon Delestre Without Sultan

French Simon Delestre has to give up the ride of 12-year-old Cardento son Sultan de Beaufour. He is to go back to his previous rider Inigo Lope de la Osa Escribano, who is looking forward to riding the horse again. Delestre took over Sultan in February, before that the Selle Francais had been competed by […]

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Roger-Yves Bost & Pegase du Murier

Bosty Retires Two Top Horses

French show-jumper Roger-Yves Bost has decided to retire two horses from the sport: 15-year-old stallion Pegase du Murier by Adelfos and 14-year-old stallion Quod’cour by Idéal de la Loge. Bosty and Pegase du Murier won numerous competitions at five-star events, among them Aachen, Monaco, Paris and Stuttgart. With Quod’cour de la Loge he won the […]

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