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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 →

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 →

Rio 2016: William Fox-Pitt in the Top Spot After Day 1 of Olympic Competition

Day 1 of Eventing competition has wrapped in Rio and, just ten months after suffering a brain injury from a fall at the World Young Horse Championships in Lion D’Angers, British rider William Fox-Pitt and Chilli Morning sit atop the… Continue Reading →

Jung’s “Taki” Out of Rio Contention with Infection - Sam Steps up

According to a post on Michael Jung’s Facebook page, his Rio mount fischerTakinou picked up an infection in Aachen and will no longer be able to travel to South America for the Olympic games. Jung expressed his devastation at the… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: The Finalized List of Eventers

Here’s the finalized list of eventers heading to Rio. Can Michael Jung be stopped or will he add another gold to his collection? Either way, looking forward to some exciting cross country action! Australia Christopher Burton – Santano II Sam… Continue Reading →

Australia Upsets Germany in Aachen

On the eve of the Rio Olympic Games, a confident, new-look Australian team put up a brilliant performance to take their first FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing victory and break Germany’s winning run at their home leg at Aachen (GER), the… Continue Reading →

2015 Champion Michael Jung Tops Leaderboard After Dressage at Rolex

Michael Jung of Germany emphatically grabbed the lead at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, presented by Land Rover, riding Fischerrocana FST to an outstanding dressage score of 34.4 penalties. Elisabeth Halliday-Sharp rode Fernhill By Night to a distant second place… Continue Reading →

A Win for Germany in the opening leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ at Fontainbleau

Olympic and European champion Michael Jung and his wonderful 16-year-old horse La Biosthetique Sam FBW led the German team to victory in the competitive opening leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Eventing 2016 at the weekend at Fontainebleau (FRA). Jung… Continue Reading →

Eventing Faces Major Overhaul

The following article by Eventing Nation’s Jenny Autry outlines the major changes proposed by the FEI prior to the FEI Sports Forum in April. The changes would dramatically overhaul eventing rules and alter the Olympic and WEG formats beginning in… Continue Reading → | © 2020 The Inside Rein — Powered by WordPress

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