The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has allocated the 2011 World Cup Dressage Finals to Leipzig, Germany. The Finals will take place 27 April to 1 May 2011 and will coincide with the World Cup Finals for show jumping and driving.
Sweden’s biggest international dressage medal winner, Jan Brink, has decided to call it quits and is retiring from an international competition career after twenty years as a member of the Swedish national dressage team.
Five-thousand viewers, five judges, one rider and many other fans were stunned when Ulla Salzgeber's Herzruf's Erbe suddenly stood on three legs while travelling the ring in Aachen for the CDIO Grand Prix Special on Saturday 4 July 2009.
Top professional riders like Carola Koppelmann and Gina Capellmann-Lüttkemeier, Olympic riders like British Emma Hindle, Marion Engelen, member of the Junior Dressage Prospect Group and former four-times team gold medal winning European Pony Champion, and top-class amateurs like Michael Klimke
Yesterday evening, Isabell Werth was featured in the sports magazine "Das Aktuelle Sportstudio" (Sport Studio Now) on the ZDF German television channel. She opened up on her life now that she has been suspended by the FEI for a positive doping test on her small tour horse Whisper.