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Niko Goyette Tops Young Horse Series at Beaulieu

The third event in the eastern region of the 2011 Jump Canada Young Horse Series was held June 29 to July 3 at Beaulieu’s Summer Classic II in Ste-Justine-de-Newton, QC.   In the Seven and Eight-Year-Old Division, Francois Lamontagne of…

Preparations Advance for Dressage at Devon

With summer in full blossom across the Delaware Valley, preparations move into high speed for the annual International Dressage at Devon (DAD) Horse Show  (http://www.dressageatdevon.org/), a premier North American equestrian event, hosting top Olympic equestrians, more than 700 horses and…

The American team have the unenviable task of of being first into the ring when the FEI Nations Cup™ 2011 resumes at Falsterbo, Sweden tomorrow afternoon.  The draw took place this evening, and the order of go for the competition…

Great Britain’s Piggy French held firm to scoop the honours in the Greenwich Park Eventing Invitational (CIC**) today with a fabulous double-clear jumping performance from DHI Topper W. Germany’s Michael Jung (River of Joy) finished second ahead of Britain’s Pippa…

Canadian Dressage Teams Named for the 2011 NAJYRC

The Dressage Selection Committee is pleased to announce the selected athletes who will represent Canada at the 2011 Adequan FEI North American Junior & Young Rider Championships. Presented by Gotham North, these Championships will be held July 25–31, 2011 at…

William Shatner Supports FEI Award

Canadian actor, musician, recording artist, author and horse-lover William Shatner, is supporting the HSBC Rising Star category of the FEI Awards, the scheme organised annually by the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the governing body of horse sport, to celebrate equestrian…

French Stays in Front After Cross-Country in London

Great Britain’s Piggy French and DHI Topper maintained the lead they established in the dressage arena yesterday with a superb cross-country run at the Greenwich Park Eventing Invitational (CIC**) in London (GBR) today. They go into tomorrow’s final jumping phase…

Iain Ritchie learned at the forge of a true master – a seventh-generation farrier who kept the Ritchie family’s horses on solid footing east of Edinburgh, Scotland. And if Ritchie didn’t appreciate the tradition, the honour, or the pride involved…



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