It doesn’t come much better than hearing that the world’s Number One dressage rider will be heading the line-up for Great Britain ’s top Christmas sports show, Olympia, The London International Horse Show (13-19 December, 2005).
The United States Equestrian Federation has announced that Wellington, Florida will play host to its prestigious two-in-one championships, the 2006 USEF National Grand Prix Freestyle Championship/U.S. League Final.
The KWPN Stallion Competition winter circuit kicked off today with its first show in Hengelo, The Netherlands. Winners of the day were the 4-year old Uptown, the 5-year old Dream Catcher and the 6-year old Florencio.
Anky van Grunsven and Salinero won the FEI World Cup Qualifier on home ground in Maastricht this afternoon in fine style with an 82 per cent score. The reigning world cup champions had been working on improvements and fine-tuning since Aachen, and reaped the benefits here.
Laying the groundwork with a personal best in the grand prix, it was no surprise that Jan Brink and Bjorsells Briar went on to an overwhelming triumph in the FEI World Cup Freestyle, bringing the ecstatic crowd of over eight thousand in Stockholm's Globen arena to their feet.