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Dr. Wilfried Bechtolsheimer Passed Away

Dr. Wilfried Bechtolsheimer Passed Away

Dr. Wilfried Bechtolsheimer has passed away in Ascona, Switzerland, on 8 April 2020 following a short illness. He was 71 years old

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Posted by Peter | Apr 23, 2020


Olympic Games in Tokyo Postponed

Olympic Games in Tokyo Postponed

IOC President Thomas Bach and the Prime Minister of Japan, Abe Shinzo, have concluded that the Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo must be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021. This has been decided after a conference call between Bach and Shinzo, held this morning 24 March 2020, to discuss the constantly changing environment with regard to Covid-19 and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. The decision to postpone to 2021 has been made to safeguard the health of the athletes, everybody involved in the Olympic Games and the international community.

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Posted by Peter | Mar 27, 2020


Desperados is lost

Desperados is lost

German Olympic medal winning Grand Prix rider Kristina Bröring-Sprehe is mourning the sudden loss of her number one horse, Desperados.

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Posted by Peter | Feb 28, 2020


Charlotte Dujardin FEI Dressage World Cup™

Charlotte Dujardin FEI Dressage World Cup™

Charlotte Dujardin produced a superb victory with Mount St John Freestyle before an ecstatic home crowd at the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2019/2020 Western European League qualifier in the Grand Hall at Olympia, London (GBR). And to put the icing on the British Christmas cake, her compatriots Carl Hester and Charlotte Fry lined up in second and third.

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Posted by Peter | Jan 07, 2020


Great Britain’s Emma Hindle & Romy Del Sol Win Munich Indoor CDI4* Grand Prix Special

Great Britain’s Emma Hindle & Romy Del Sol Win Munich Indoor CDI4* Grand Prix Special

MUNICH, Germany, Nov. 24, 2019–Great Britain’s Emma Hindle and Romy del Sol won the Munich Indoor CDI4* Grand Prix Special Sunday for the third victory for the pair this year.

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Posted by Peter | Dec 02, 2019


Charlotte Dujardin & Mount St. John Freestyle Beat Isabell Werth & Emilio in Lyon World Cup Grand Prix

Charlotte Dujardin & Mount St. John Freestyle Beat Isabell Werth & Emilio in Lyon World Cup Grand Prix

LYON, France, Oct. 31, 2019–Charlotte Dujardin and Mount St. John Freestyle, competing for the first time since the European Championships two months ago, posted a clear victory over Isabell Werth on Emilio in the World Cup Grand Prix Friday.

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Posted by Peter | Nov 05, 2019


2019 European Dressage Championships

2019 European Dressage Championships

Germany claimed the team title for a staggering 24th time at the European Dressage Championships 2019 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands today where the hosts scooped silver and Sweden snatched the bronze.

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Posted by Peter | Aug 23, 2019


The Passing of Karl Mikolka

The Passing of Karl Mikolka

Karl Mikolka, former Chief Rider at the Spanish Riding School and renowned Classic Dressage trainer in the U.S.A., has passed away. He was 83 years old.

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Posted by Peter | May 16, 2019


Florida nations Cup

Florida nations Cup

WELLINGTON, Florida, Mar. 12, 2019–Mexico, competing in the Florida Nations for the first time, leads off the CDIO3* competition of five teams beginning Wednesday and kicks off a year with more events than the previous seven years of the trans-Atlantic series

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Posted by Peter | Apr 09, 2019


New Rules for Dressage Nations Cup Series

New Rules for Dressage Nations Cup Series

Inaugurated as an official six-series contest on 2016, the Dressage Nations Cup has now dropped the traditional best of three results, in favour of a points system based on placings in the three levels. The team with fewest points would win irrespective of scores.

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Posted by Peter | Mar 09, 2018