The United States PRE Association (USPRE) is pleased to announce this year’s winners of its annual Breeder’s Cup for FEI-level PRE competitors, the 2016 Copa USPRE. The Copa USPRE is an annual competition for FEI-level horses and riders, who compete across the United States at their declared level for a national ranking among other Copa participants.
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Dressage is set to return to the CHI Geneva. On 8 - 11 December 2016 some of the world's top dressage riders will gather in Geneva for a World Dressage Masters competition. Isabell Werth, Kristina Bröring-Sprehe and Beatriz Ferrer-Salat are confirmed to compete in this renowned indoor jumping event, which will feature dressage, eventing and driving classes this year.
Young riders Antonia Arl and Caroline Dufil and small tour riders Saskia Maertens and Jessica Leijser became the winners of the 2* international dressage classes held at the Salon du Cheval on Monday and Tuesday 28 - 29 November 2016 before the big international show jumping competition kicks off there on the weekend.
An eighth leg has been added last minute to the 2017 FEI Nations Cup Dressage Series. The CDIO Hickstead will return to the calendar in 2017 hosting a 3* CDI competition alongside a Nations Cup. Hickstead is scheduled as final leg of the series on 27 - 30 July 2017.
Russian Inessa Merkulova and British Laura Tomlinson swept the big tour classes at the 2016 CDI Oldenburg indoor competition on 25 - 27 November 2016. Merkulova and her shining star Mister X claimed the Grand Prix and Kur to Music, while Tomlinson steered Rosalie B to personal best scores and won the Grand Prix Special.
Danish Rikke Svane and Spanish Beatriz Ferrer-Salat became the winners of the two CDI 4* big tour classesheld at the 2016 Madrid Horse Week on 25 - 27 November 2016. Twelve Grand Prix riders from Denmark, France, Germany, Luxemburg, Portugal and Spain came to Madrid for this major indoor competition.
In her regular column in the Dutch mainstream newspeper De Telegraaf on 23 November 2016, triple Olympic champion Anky van Grunsven disclosed her views on the future of dressage sport and stressed the importance of keeping dressage modern and attractive to the public. She believes dressage needs...