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Q&A with Brittany Cacossa, Founder of Bringing Change Equestrian Fitness

Most riders spend so much time justifying riding as a sport, explaining that we are athletes to the outside world, we sometimes drink our own Kool-Aid and forego alternative workouts. That’s not to say riding isn’t exercise – anyone reading… Continue Reading →

Sweden’s Von Eckermann Blazes to a Win in Gothenburg World Cup Qualifier

It was freezing cold outside but the temperature in the Scandinavium Arena was near boiling point yesterday when, for the second year in a row, Swedish superstar Henrik von Eckermann (36) and his brilliant mare, Mary Lou, galloped to victory… Continue Reading →

Patrice Delaveau Wins Longines Grand Prix of Hong Kong

A scintillating weekend of equestrian action at the Longines Masters of Hong Kong came to a suitably dramatic conclusion in its final and most important competition, the Longines Grand Prix of Hong Kong. The race could hardly have been closer,… Continue Reading →

Nayel Nassar and Lordan Take Top Podium Spot at Thermal World Cup Qualifier

Two years ago, Nayel Nassar (EGY) won the World Cup qualifier at Thermal (USA) with his then 12-year-old Hanoverian gelding Lordan. In 2018, the partnership returned to form with a second victory in the desert, as the duo won the… Continue Reading →

Deusser Rides to Victory on Day One of Longines Masters of Hong Kong

After an entertaining day of competition, the main event of Day 1 of the Longines Masters of Hong Kong certainly didn’t disappoint, with Daniel Deusser of Germany riding to victory on 15-year-old gray gelding Cornet D’Amour in the Hong Kong… Continue Reading →

Ireland’s Daniel Coyle Victorious at the Wellington Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier

Daniel Coyle (IRL) didn’t let up from start to finish, and the 23-year-old swiftly earned the first World Cup qualifier victory of his young career at the $220,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington (USA) aboard Ariel Grange’s Cita. Jumping… Continue Reading →

Longines FEI World™ Cup Jumping: Germany’s Christian Ahlmann and Taloubet Z Take Their Final Victory Gallop in Leipzig

In a fairytale finish to his fabulous career, the 18-year-old super-stallion Taloubet Z carried Christian Ahlmann to victory in front of their home crowd at the tenth leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017/2018 Western European League in… Continue Reading →

Merry Christmas!

Happy Holidays to all our readers! Thank you for your support – there will be much more to come in 2018! With gratitude, Ashley (and Friendly)

Longines FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final: Dutch are the Best in Barcelona

It was a clear-cut victory for The Netherlands on a thrilling night at the Longines FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Final at the Real Club de Polo in Barcelona (ESP) tonight where a fused floodlight failed to spoil the party…. Continue Reading →

[Updated]: Equine Evacuation Resources for Hurricane Irma

The latest images out of the Caribbean should be all the proof horse owners need that it’s time to evacuate if they’re in Hurricane Irma’s predicted path. Be realistic, even if you think your barn is hurricane proof, it’s probably… Continue Reading →

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