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FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping: French Win Last Qualifier in Gijon

Team France won today’s last qualifying leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 2 series in Gijon, Spain where, in a roller-coaster of a competition, The Netherlands finished second ahead of Ireland in third. The French were… Continue Reading →

Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam Victorious in the $50,000 Longines Cup at the Hampton Classic

Ireland’s Shane Sweetnam led a six-horse foot race to the finish Saturday at the Hampton Classic, coming out on top in the $50,000 Longines Cup. His partner was Main Road, owned by Sweet Oak Farm and Seabrook LLC. Forty-six started… Continue Reading →

Gallery: Saturday at the 2017 Hampton Classic

Daniel Bluman Wins $86,000 Douglas Elliman Grand Prix Qualifier at the Hampton Classic

For the second day in a row, Daniel Bluman heard the Israeli anthem played in the grand prix ring at the Hampton Classic Horse Show. Winners in Thursday’s $40,000 SOVARO® Speed Stake, Bluman and Bacara d’Archonfosse flew to the top… Continue Reading →

Conor Swail Wins Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier at Langley

Ireland’s Conor Swail and Flower did nothing but win at the Thunderbird Show Park, as the pair completed the sweep by topping the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Langley, kicking off the west coast sub league of the series. Although… Continue Reading →

Longines FEI European Championships: Dream Win for Local Hero, Peder Fredricson

It was a dream come true for all of Sweden as Peder Fredricson (45) and H&M All In claimed individual Jumping gold in front of Her Royal Highness Queen Silvia and over 15,000 noisy fans at Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg… Continue Reading →

Longines FEI European Championships: Team Gold for Irish Show Jumpers

It was Jumping team gold for Ireland at the Longines FEI European Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden tonight where Shane Sweetnam (36), Denis Lynch (41) and Cian O’Connor (37) clinched victory with three superb clear rounds. Fourth team member Bertram Allen… Continue Reading →

Longines FEI European Championships: Peder Fredricson Wins Opener, Swiss Take the Lead in Team Standings

As if scripted to perfection, Sweden’s Rio Olympic individual silver medallists, Peder Fredricson (45) and the 11-year-old gelding H&M All In, galloped to victory on the opening day of Jumping at the FEI European Championships 2017 in Gothenburg (SWE) today…. Continue Reading →

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 →

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