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Behind the Lens: Interview with Roberto Dutesco, Photographer of Sable Island’s Wild Horses

For nearly a quarter century, Roberto Dutesco has given the world a window into the untouched beauty of Sable Island’s wild horses. His images capture the primeval essence of these animals, the prints evoking a primitive nature that lays dormant… Continue Reading →

23,000 Acres of California Land Restored for Wild Horses

A Federal Appeals Court has ordered the U.S. Forest Service to restore 23,000 acres of California land for wild horses. The land, which connects two other wild horse territories, would create one large swath of protected area for the horses… Continue Reading →

Isabelle Lapierre Wins Opening FEI World Cup™ Leg in Bromont

It was a day of firsts for Canadian Isabelle Lapierre, as the 38 year old rode her own Cescha M to her first World Cup qualifier victory and her mount’s World Cup qualifier debut at the opening leg of the… Continue Reading →

Scott Brash Tops British 1-2 at Spectacular LGCT London

Great Britain’s Scott Brash (GBR) and Hello Forever wowed a sell-out crowd with a phenomenal home win in the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London presented by Sapinda. Scott Brash and his London 2012 teammate Ben Maher took… Continue Reading →

Nicola Philippaerts Wins Opening CSI5* at LGCT London

Belgium’s Nicola Philippaerts impressed the crowds in the jump-off of Friday’s CIS5* Longines Global Champions Tour of London on his big jumping horse 11 year old Aikido Z. There was no doubt that he was riding to win as he… Continue Reading →

Ahlmann Dominates with a Double Win at LGCT Berlin

It was a fairytale weekend for home hero Christian Ahlmann (GER) who stormed to another stunning win in front of thrilled crowds at the Longines Global Champions Tour of Berlin. Ahlmann (GER) has dominated the weekend, following his spectacular Longines… Continue Reading →

Germany Takes Top Podium Spots at LGCT Berlin

Christian Ahlmann’s powerful home victory on Codex One in the Longines Global Champions Tour of Berlin Presented by Sapinda set German hearts racing and intensified the race to the finish line for the overall title. The home hero had the… Continue Reading →

FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: Brilliant Brazilians Post Historic Victory at Hickstead

Brazil’s Marlon Zanotelli, Pedro Veniss, Yuri Mansur and Pedro Junqueira Muylaert made sporting history today when winning the seventh leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 1 series at Hickstead (GBR). According to Veniss this was the… Continue Reading →

Germany’s Felix Hassmann Wins Top Podium Spot on Opening Day of LGCT Berlin

It was delight for the packed grandstand in Berlin, as local rider Felix Hassmann (GER) and Balzaci his 14 year old chestnut stallion, stormed to this evening’s CSI5* class win by three quarters of a second. The first day of… Continue Reading →

Rolex Grand Prix 2017 – A Dream Comes True for Gregory Wathelet

Two rounds, one jump-off, one goal: The Rolex Grand Prix of Aachen. Four riders had reached the jump-off. The moment to celebrate had already come for the Course Designer, Frank Rothenberger, even before the most important jumping class of the… Continue Reading →

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