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There were emotional scenes at the Olympic Equestrian Centre in Deodoro on Wednesday as Austria’s Pepo Puch and Great Britain’s Sophie Wells were crowned the latest winners of the Rio 2016 Para dressage competition. Puch won the grade Ib individual read more

Great Britain took control of the team competition at the Rio 2016 para-dressage on Monday, with London 2012 double gold medallist Sophie Christiansen winning the grade Ia team test with a massive 77.522%. Riding Athene Lindebjerg, Christiansen scored the highest read more

Robyn Andrews of St. John’s, NF made her Paralympic debut in the Grade 1a Team Test on Sept. 12 at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, BRA. After stepping into the ring, Andrews, 33, also became the read more

Tepin Posts Final Breeze Ahead of Woodbine Mile

Robert Masterson’s Tepin, currently based at Saratoga in New York, put in her final work for Saturday’s Woodbine Mile this morning covering four furlongs in :49.71 on the turf training track. “Today was an easy half-mile. All her big works read more

BLM Prepares to Euthanize 45,000 Wild Horses

The Bureau of Land Management’s National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board voted to recommend euthanasia of all unadopted wild horses and burros now in government holding facilities throughout the United States. In response, Humane Society of the United States read more

Arod, a five-year-old son of Teofilo, will take a swing at notching his first Grade 1 win in Sunday’s $1 million Woodbine Mile. Owned by Qatar Racing Limited and trained by Peter Chapple-Hyam, the Irish-bred heads into the Mile off read more

Chaplain Shawn Kennedy is a hands-on kind of man. Hands-on with horses and hands-on with horse people. The 59-year-old shepherd of the Woodbine backstretch, who has guided many a steed down victory lane while race riding earlier in his career, read more

Todd Overwhelmed After First BC Derby Victory

On one hour’s sleep, horse owner Glen Todd was back at his Hastings Racecourse stable Sunday morning wondering if life could get any better. It was 12 hours earlier when Todd had won his first BC Derby with Sorryaboutnothing, describing read more

After four days of sport, Samba Lott, Valenzio FST and Nesqu GB claimed the three titles on offer at the second edition of the FEI World Driving Championships for young horses in Mezőhegyes, Hungary. Good judging The competition took place read more

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