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German Dressage News

Helen Langehanenberg has lost the ride on her rising Grand Prix horse Suppenkasper. The 9-year old Dutch warmblood gelding has been sold to Akiko Yamazaki, long-time sponsor of American Grand Prix rider Steffen Peters

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What's Happening in the Dressage World?

Young professional dressage duo Brecht d'Hoore and Dominique van der Horst got married in Hoogerheide, The Netherlands, on 7 July 2017. The Belgian D'Hoore, who was a former young rider team member, and Dutch Van der Horst run their own sales and training facility in The Netherlands. The wedding ceremony took place in the local church, while the evening dinner and dance party was in their dressed up indoor school.


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.


Trakehner Breeding News

Following the 2017 Trakehner Dressage Championships in Hanover, the Trakehner breed society announced the riding horses that have qualified to compete at the 2017 Bundeschampionate in Warendorf, Germany, the first week of September.


Veterinary News

Tracy Wyngard-Gill is based in the United Arabic Emirates and the hot climate is not ideal for horses. She has been able to keep them in peak condition with Equine 74 Gastric, a safe and effective alternative to treat horses for recurring ulcers. Gastric ulcers are a common place problem for stabled horses and as a believer in the best horse care, Tracy went in search of a natural product for long-term ulcer management.

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