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Malin Baryard-Johnsson beats Rolf-Göran Bengtsson

The far north triumphed on Friday in southern Germany – Swedes Malin Baryard- Johnsson and Rolf-Göran Bengtsson took the top two places in the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER competition at the

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Alves races to victory in Stuttgart

A big step on the way to participating in the MERCEDES GERMAN MASTER was made by the Brazilian Bernardo Alves on Thursday evening in the Prize of the Ingenieurbüro Hauser.

Horse Racing News

Deep Impact disqualified from Arc

Japanese thoroughbred Deep Impact has been disqualified from a third-place finish in last month's Arc de Triomphe, after testing positive for a banned substance. The horse's trainer Yasuo Ikee has

Driving News

Freund again the one everybody is chasing in Stuttgart

The 52-year-old German, who won his fourth gold medal with his country’s team at the World Equestrian Games in Aachen, appeared to be in irresistible form in the arena where

Dressage News

Lingh sold to Karin Reid Offield

One of the most inspiring dressage horses in the world has been sold to USA’s Karin Reid Offield: Lingh. The charismatic 13 year old Dutch bred approved stallion owned by

CCE, Polo & Others News

Gabriel Donoso Chile's top polo player dies in Argentina

Chile’s number one polo player, Gabriel Donoso Rosselot, died in Buenos Aires early on Friday morning from injuries sustained in an accident during training the previous weekend. Donoso was training

News Working Equitation

Golegã: German claims the I Traditional Costume Equitation Championship

After four qualifying events during the year, German born Sabine Rolfs residing in Portugal for a couple of years, claimed on Sunday, 12th November, at the Horse Fair in Golegã,

International News

HK revises Equestrian Quarantine Rule

The government of China has revised its quarantine requirements after some of the world's top riding countries threatened not to send their best horses for the 2008 Olympic events in

Horse Racing News

Champion steeplechaser Desert Orchid dies at 27

Desert Orchid, one of the most popular and famous racehorses in Britain, died in his stable on Monday at the age of 27. The flamboyant grey steeplechaser, affectionately known as

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Tina Lund took a hard spill at Syracuse

Tina Lund from Denmark, an international open rider, was thrown from her horse Zamiro at the last obstacle in a triple combination jump. Witnesses say Lund lay motionless for several