Paralympian Eleonore Elstone Competes in Belgium

Riding Zareno, Canadian Paralympian Eleonore Elstone earned a score of 70.450% to win the Grade 4 Freestyle at the CPEDI3* Moorsele in Moorsele, Belgium.  Full competition may be found at

Canadians Clean Up in the Intermediaire I at WEF

Canadian dressage riders David Marcus, Chris Von Martels and Diane Creech finished in first, second and third in the Intermediaire I class at the WEF Wellington Dressage Nations’ Cup CDIO3* in  Wellington, FL. Complete results are available at

FEI Honorary Vice President and Honorary President of the German Equestrian Federation Count Dieter von Landsberg-Velen has passed away at the age of 86.   Count Maximilian Dietrich von Landsberg-Velen was born on December 17, 1926 at Wocklum castle in North read more

Ireland to Help China Develop its Horse Racing Industry

It was announced over the weekend that China and Ireland have entered a partnership to develop the horse racing industry in China, which includes the establishment of its first national equine facility, based in Tianjin. The €2 billion Tianjin Equine read more

Tu Endie Wei, recently crowned Canada’s champion two-year-old filly, celebrated the honour in style with a runaway five and a half length score in Saturday’s $166,000 Star Shoot Stakes at Woodbine. The Brereton Jones’ filly, trained by Reade Baker, took read more

John Quirk, a dynamic force on the US equestrian scene as a writer, journalist, publisher and breeder, has died. Quirk had multiple careers during his life, including Navy fighter pilot, entrepreneur, novelist and owner of an automotive engineering business in read more

Amy Tryon, team bronze medallist for the USA at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, passed away yesterday (April 12th).   Born in Redmond, Washington State on February 24, 1970, Amy and her older sister got their first pony when Amy read more

George Morris to Undergo Treatment for Cancer

 U.S. Show Jumping Chef d’Equipe George Morris will be undergoing treatment for prostate cancer this spring. Morris will remain in his position of Chef d’Equipe and will stay closely involved with the program, the selection process and the riders even read more

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