Bob Anderson

“It is with profound sadness and sense of loss that I inform you of the passing of Robert (Bob) M. Anderson, on Sunday, November 7, 2010,” advised David S. Willmot, Chair of Woodbine Entertainment Group. “Bob succumbed to the effects

Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping: Dubbeldam Delivers in Verona

The Netherlands’ Jeroen Dubbeldam broke the German stranglehold on the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series when delivering a sensational victory in Verona, Italy this afternoon.  German riders dominated at the first three legs at Oslo (NOR), Helsinki (FIN)

The Netherlands’ Jeroen Dubbeldam steered BMC Van Grunsven Simon to victory in the fourth leg of the 2010/2011 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series in Verona, Italy. Photo by Kit Houghton.

Verona CSI-W 4*: Simon Says Go Faster

Jeroen Dubbledam and BMC Van Grunsven Simon added an FEI Rolex World Cup Qualifier, presented by SNAI, to his already impressive recent winnings. In front of a sell out packed house, the Dutchman held off another nine riders in the

Strike Oil Strikes Coronation Gold

John Oxley’s Strike Oil broke his maiden in stakes style by taking Sunday’s $250,000 Coronation Futurity at Woodbine. The Mark Casse trainee rallied wide from well off the pace to prevail by three-quarters of a length over Charlie’s the Man

Verona CSI-W 4*: Brazilian Speed and Italian Style

At Jumping Verona 2010 the riders had another opportunity to win a share of Euro50,000 prize fund when competing in today’s headline class, the Premio Antonio Carraro Small Grand Prix. Fences fell all over Rolf Luedi’s course in the first

Les Etoiles de Pau: William Fox-Pitt Playing it Safe

The current world n°1, British William Fox-Pitt, took the lead in Pau with the cross-country on Saturday that he started off without taking any risks: “I might have taken chicken ways, but my priority was to return home in one

Les Etoiles de Pau: Women Take the Lead

This is no news; women always were entitled to one’s say in eventing competitions. Once again, they proved their talent by taking the lead on Friday’s dressage test. But the biggest challenge is yet to come. With 41,8 points, Belgian