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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 →

World Cup Interview Series: Romain Duguet

Switzerland’s Romain Duguet comes into the final day of the FEI World Cup™ Final Omaha 2017 in prime position, sitting third behind McLain Ward and Gregory Wathelet, with just 4 penalties separating the three. Duguet began riding at 5 years… Continue Reading →

Isabell Werth Caps Off Dominant Season with FEI World Cup Final™ Win

What a ride! An electric atmosphere and stellar performances by previous riders pushed Isabell Werth and Weihegold OLD to their utmost best resulting in an amazing winning score of 90.704. Werth’s technical scores soared as she performed difficult movements with… Continue Reading →

World Cup Interview Series: Germany’s Marcus Ehning

The German horseman’s website says it best: “Marcus Ehning is to German show jumping like the stirrup to the saddle.” The decorated equestrian boasts an Olympic gold medal, is tied for a record three World Cup Final wins with Meredith… Continue Reading →

Educational Horse Expo Highlights FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017

The FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017 promises to be one of the most exciting events ever in the city and with the addition of the FREE Educational Horse Expo, it will also be the most fun! This unprecedented addition… Continue Reading →

Quarantine Lifted After Retest of One Horse Proves Negative at FEI World Cup™ Finals Omaha 2017

Omaha, Nebraska – March 27, 2017 – There was a questionable result on the blood test on one of the horses that arrived from Europe on Saturday for the FEI World Cup Finals in Omaha. The USDA learned of the… Continue Reading →

Isabell Werth Proves Unstoppable with Fourth FEI World Cup™ Qualifier Win of the Season

With consummate ease, and more than a little style, Germany’s Isabell Werth claimed her fourth victory of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2016/2017 Western European League at Neumunster (GER) today, scoring 82.455. She already had a hat-trick under her belt… Continue Reading →

Germany’s Deusser wins Longines FEI World Cup™ qualifier in Lyon

A brilliant bit of last-minute decision-making helped Germany’s Daniel Deusser clinch victory in the third leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/2017 Western European League at Lyon in France today. The 35-year-old rider who won the World Cup… Continue Reading →

Smolders Steals a Win in the WIHS President’s Cup

Saturday night’s $125,000 Longines FEI Word Cup Grand Prix in Washington D.C. left beltway spectators in awe. There was no shortage of pomp and circumstance at the posh event, a staple on the D.C. calendar since 1958. While it’s tough… Continue Reading →

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