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Swiss victory at the Mechelen CAI-W

Ulrich Werner of Switzerland, claimed the 5th qualifyer at the Mechelen CAI-W, leaving the second place for Ijsbrand Chardon from Holand followed by Jozsef Dobrovitz of Hungary. Results (27.12.05) CAI-W

National News

Portugal will host in 2006 the World Working Equitation Championship

The World Working Equitation Championship in 2006 will be organized by the APSL and will probably take place in Cascais (approximately 35km from Lisbon) between end of August and September.

News Show Jumping

Italian shines in the Mechelen 6 Bars event

Juan Carlos Garcia with the 12 year old SF stallion Feor de Rhodes, claimed victory in the six bars at the Mechelen CSI-W (0/0/0/0). He was followed by his compatriot

News Show Jumping

Belgium victory in Mechelen

James Peeter from Belgium on the 12 year old KWPN mare, Lami Cell Le General, jumped the two faultless phases to beat his compatriot Christophe van der Haselt on Nico

News Show Jumping

CNEMA International Horse Show 2006

Organized by Alubox and the CNEMA, the third Iberian Show jumping Cup will be held at CNEMA's exhibition hall in Santarém (20.01-22.01.06). As part of the programme, an auction of

Bullfighting News

Andy Cartagena's loss…

The spanish «rejoneador» Andry Cartagena has lost one of his top horses, the Lusitano Quito. The horse was rushed too late to the veterinary hospital in Alicante and underwent emergency

Bullfighting News

«El Califa» may return to the bullfighting arenas

According to José Diaz Flores “Pepe Flores”, an agreement has been reached in Madrid with the Spanish matador José Pacheco “El Califa”, may return to the bullfighting arenas after a

Driving News

Victory for Ijsbrand Chardon in the Mechelen Warm Up

The triple champion of the World, Ijsbrand Chardon from Holand, won this monday, the Warm up of the CAIW of Mechelen, followed by his compatriot Koos de Ronde. Werner Ulrich

Dressage News

Pia Aragão wins the Brazilian Olympic Prize

For the third consecutive year, the Brazilian Pia Aragão, who rides for the Interagro Stables, has been elected the best dressage rider for 2005. The awards ceremony was held last

Animal Health News

Play Time!

Research published this year suggests that children who play often are likely to grow up more intelligent than those who play less. Could this also be true for horses? Have