Andrew Nicholson

Sensation for Swiss Eventers: Nicholson Takes Over as Coach

The Swiss federation states on their homepage that it had been one of their dreams – and now it will come true: eventing star Andrew Nicholson will take over as coach of the Swiss eventers. The riders, the chef d’équipe, the federation: everyone is looking forward to the co-operation with the New Zealander. Their goals […]

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Eventing Stud Ramiro B Has Died

Ramiro B was said to be one of the most successful studs for great eventing horses. Now the horse has died at age 24 due to acute renal failure. The BWP stallion by Calvani/Wendekreis serviced numerous mares in Great Britain and sired among others the successful eventing horses Ballynoe Castle (Third place in the CCI4* […]

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Carsten Rotermund New Marketing Manager of the Westphalian Studbook

A surprising personnel change has taken place in Westphalia: Carsten Rotermund, leader of the service department at the FN, will change jobs and go to the Westphalian studbook, where he will lead auctions and marketing. This change will take place between the years 2019 and 2020. Long-standing leader of the auctions, Bernd Richter, will go […]

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Ulrich Kirchhoff & Ferrero van Overis

Misunderstanding Regarding Prinzenberg Stud Farm in Pfungstadt

Last week, double Olympic winner Ulrich Kirchoff gave an interview in which he felt misunderstood. The 51-year-old now told Ludwigs Pferdewelten that he did not take over the Prinzenberg stud farm in Pfungstadt together with his student Rebecca Pohl. The stud farm still was owned by the Dieter Hofmann foundation, but the lease was new. Kirchoff will […]

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Philippe Guerdat

Philippe Guerdat’s Successor Announced

Two weeks ago it became known that Philippe Guerdat will have to step down as French national coach even though many riders spoke in his favour. The federation, however, was looking for an alternative since the qualification for the Olympic Games was not achieved in Tryon. According to a successor has been found: French […]

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Frederic Wandres & Duke of Britain

Germany’s Wandres pips Britain’s Dujardin in incredibly tight contest in London

Germany’s Frederic Wandres (31) and the aptly-named gelding, Duke of Britain, created a major sensation when reigning supreme in the sixth leg of the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2018/2019 Western European League at the London International Horse Show in Olympia (GBR) tonight. Not just because the man who rides for the world-famous Hof Kasselmann produced […]

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Max Kühner & PSG Final

Max Kühner’s Loss, Edwina Tops-Alexander’s Gain

He was said to be a hope for the future, perhaps even a horse for the Olympic Games for Max Kühner: PSG Final. But in the future the 8-year-old Italian stallion by Toulon/Cassini I will no longer be seen under the Austrian. Jan Tops has bought the stallion for his wife Edwina Tops-Alexander. PSG Final showed […]

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Lucas Porter & Cassina

Lucas Porter’s Top Horse Sold

21-year-old US American Lucas Porter, who successfully attended the Festhallen Reitturnier in Frankfurt this weekend, has sold his 9-year-old Cassina by Collado. Jeroen Dubbeldam’s pupil developed Cassina up to international 1,55 level. This season they won a 1,55m competition in Münster.

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Marc Houtzager & Sterrehof's Baccarat

Marc Houtzager’s Baccarat to Mexico

In the future, Marc Houtzager will have to do without his top horse Sterrehof’s Baccarat. The 12-year-old Padinus son, who had been with the Dutch rider for six years, was sold to Mexico with the help of Hank Melse. “Sometimes a horse has to be sold,” so Houtzager told “It is for us as […]

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Edward Gal & Glock's Zonik

Edward Gal Withdraws from London Olympia

Edward Gal (NED) has withdrawn from London Olympia. His 10-year-old stallion Glock’s Zonik at home and developed a fever – therefore the Dutch did not want to risk a longer journey. Last year the Blue Hors Zack son had won the Grand Prix in London. At the WEG in Tryon they were placed seventh in […]

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