Focus

17/07/2017
Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

Grand Prix rider Hedda Droege is one of Germany's young dressage professionals who manages her own breeding and training facility at Gut Dalmer estate for the past five years. The 30-year old business economist has taken over the management of Gut Dalmer from her father Walter and is running the Lippetal based yard with great passion. Droege focuses on breeding and training of young dressage horses for the high performance level.

02/07/2017
Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

American Grand Prix team newbies Olivia Lagoy-Weltz and Rassing's Lonour made an impression at the 2017 CDIO Rotterdam by finishing third in the Grand Prix with a personal score. In a field containing Holland's strongest Grand Prix riders, Lagoy stood her own and surpassed all expectations.

27/06/2017
Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

A few years ago, the Northrhine-Westfalian police department sent several dozen uniformed police officers on foot and two officers on horseback patrolling Düsseldorf's prestigious shopping mile Königsallee to keep pickpockets at bay.

14/05/2017
Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

In 2011 Belgian young horse rider Tom Franckx and the Dutch warmblood stallion Bon Bravour made history by becoming Belgium's best scoring pair ever at the World Young Horse Championships. The elastic dark bay KWPN stallion became a favourite amongst breeders and had a short but succesful breeding career. The horse's talent did not go unnoticed and Bon Bravour moved to Anky's stable. However, within months the horse was pulled from breeding and injured himself. So where is he now?

03/04/2017
Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

Any rider who has had a horse suffer from travel sickness knows how stressful that can be. Particularly when you are usually on way to an important competition and you have enough to worry about! Flying around 5,500 - 6,000 horses every year, equine shipping company IRT has been operating for over 40 years with bases in the USA, New Zealand and Europe.

18/03/2017
Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

Former German team rider Matthias Rath swept the board in the small tour division at the 2017 CDI Valencia in Spain with Foundation and Sir Picardi. After the retirement of Totilas, the 32-year old rider has not been seen in the Grand Prix ring since August 2015. Rath disclosed to Eurodressage that his ambitions for top level sport have not waned.

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