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Hazel Shannon & Clifford win Adelaide leg of FEI Classics™

When it came down to the final jumping phase of today’s FEI Classics™ at the Australian International 3 Day Event in Adelaide (AUS), Hazel Shannon (AUS) had considerable room to move with Clifford, the powerful thoroughbred. They could have knocked… Continue Reading →

Hazel Shannon & Clifford lead after Adelaide cross country

Hazel Shannon (AUS) felt the benefit of a Thoroughbred when she rode Wendy Ward’s Clifford to add just 0.4 of a time penalty to take the lead in today’s cross country phase of the FEI Classics™ at the Australian International… Continue Reading →

Steuart Pittman: Giving thoroughbreds a second chance

The $100,000 Thoroughbred Makeover, sponsored by Thoroughbred Charities of America, gets underway tomorrow at The Kentucky Horse Park. We thought this would be a good time to repost our interview with the man behind Retired Racehorse Project and The Makeover,… Continue Reading →

French Rider Maxime Livio Thwarts Michael Jung at Pau

To the delight of the French crowd, Maxime Livio (FRA) scored his first CCI4* victory by Jumping clear on Qalao Des Mers at Les 4 Etoiles de Pau, the first leg of the FEI Classics™ 2016/17, to finish on his… Continue Reading →

Germany Wins 3rd FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing Title, Britain Wins at Boekelo

Germany has won a third FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing title in five years, beating Great Britain, the winners of the ninth and final leg at Boekelo (NED), by 20 points. The two countries have been close rivals since the FEI… Continue Reading →

Christopher Burton Leads at Burghley After Cross Country

Christopher Burton (AUS) further staked his claim on a first Land Rover Burghley title today with a blistering round across the country on Nobilis 18, which leaves him a staggering 11 penalties ahead of his nearest rivals. Experience told on… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Michael Jung and Sam are Back-to-Back Olympic Champions

Michael Jung and Sam FBW are gold medal winners yet again! Jung is just the third rider to win back-to-back gold medals and Sam the first horse to do so since Mark Todd’s Charisma in 1988. And to think Sam… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Rookie French Team Steals Eventing Gold!

For a team of rookies, the French riders put on an Eventing clinic the last few days in Rio – usurping veteran riders to land on the top podium. The final day of Eventing competition in Rio saw both thrills… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Results After Cross Country Phase

Today’s cross-country course was not for the faint of heart. The 33 effort, 3.6 mile track was so difficult even Boyd Martin said he’d “never ridden a tougher course”- which is certainly saying something! And for those watching, there were… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Eventing Standings After Day 2 of Dressage

Day 2 of dressage is complete with William Fox-Pitt and Chilli Morning maintaing their place atop the leaderboard with a penalty score of 37 in an amazing post-injury comeback story. Christopher Burton of Australia maintains his hold on second place… Continue Reading → | © 2020 The Inside Rein — Powered by WordPress

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