German Cornelia Dyhr made the most out her trip to sunny Biarritz in France where she campaigned her two horses Fabius and Sancey Le Long in the Amateur classes at the 2015 CDI Biarritz on 9 - 11 October 2015. Though she was the sole entry in the field and had no competition, Dyhr put in the mileage in the small and medium tour. In the future she hopes more Amateurs will join in.
Ukrainian Inna Logutenkova achieved a double whammy at the inaugural Eastern European League World Cup qualifier in Siauliai, Lithuania on 9 - 10 October 2015. After winning the World Cup event in Tallinn, Estonia, last week, Logutenkova also conquered Siauliai aboard Don Gregorius.
Danish Mikala Münter Gundersen and Janne Rumbough's My Lady put in a powerful performance at the world cup qualifier at the 2015 CDI-W Devon to pick up their fourth CDI victory in a row. Gundersen and the big Danish Warmblood mare danced through their burlesque themed freestyle to the tune of 77.875 percent, giving them a clear lead over the rest of a quality field.
International Grand Prix dressage trainer Wolfram Wittig is one of the numerous keynote speakers at the 2015 Global Dressage Forum at Bartels Academy in Hooge Mierde, The Netherlands, on 26 - 27 October 2015. Wittig will present world class coaching and training techniques by featuring practical training challenges which every rider faces.
Canadian rider Belinda Trussell rode it out through terrible rain and cold at the 2015 CDI-W Devon on 2 - 4 October 2015 to win both the Intermediaire A and Intermediare B tests. With only two horses contesting the medium tour classes, the competition was far from fierce but it served as good mileage for the rising Grand Prix horse in difficult circumstances.