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American Dressage News

The 25-year old American FEI rider Jhesika Wells has received an 800$ grant from Renee Isler Fund to receive training from Spanish Grand Prix rider Severo Jurado Lopez in Vodskov, Denmark.

What's Happening

What's Happening in the Dressage World?

Dutch Grand Prix rider Tommie Visser has left Shirley Wilaras' Platinum Stable in Riel, The Netherlands. Visser was appointed head dressage trainer on 29 May 2014, but left the position already in August 2014. 


Eurodressage F.O.C.U.S.

Competing at the 2014 CDIO Aachen felt like a homecoming for Belgian Grand Prix rider Julie de Deken who keeps this prestigious show close to her heart.  The international Grand Prix career of the 27-year old Belgian was launched in Aachen in 2010, when she and her first GP horse Fazzino won the inaugural Aachen Under 25 competition. Julie has returned to the "capital of horse sport" two more times as member of the Belgian team for the CDIO Nations' Cup.


Hanoverian Breeding News

The 4-year old Hanoverian breeding stallion Danciano has been sold by its owners Andreas Helgstrand and Paul Schockemohle to France. The stallion will remain in Germany to stand at Schockemohle's station in Muhlen.


FEI News

Over 120 government representatives, veterinarians, equestrian sport and racing experts from across the Middle East, Africa and around the world, embraced the High Health, High Performance Horse (HHP) concept at a three-day Regional Conference for the Middle East and North Africa on the Facilitation of International Competition Horse Movement, which concluded today at The Meydan Hotel in Dubai

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