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Belgians in pole position in Mechelen

It was a total whitewash for the home side in Mechelen, Belgium tonight when Dirk Demeersman, Jos Lansink, Judy-Ann Melchior and Patrick McEntee filled the top four places in the

Driving News

Michael Freund an excellent performance at Mechelen

Germany’s Michael Freund has fixed it again. The four times FEI World Cup™ Driving winner received a wild card to start in Mechelen after his wild card win in Stuttgart.

Driving News

CAI-W Windsor 2007 only by invitation

The international driving competition at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, which takes place from 10 to 13 May 2007, has been put under pressure to reduce the number of competitors.

Dressage News

Harmony secures second World Cup win for Imke

Prayers for peace on earth seem to bring her victories in dressage! After her wonderful first ever win of a World Cup™ qualifier recently in London, Dutch national champion Imke

News Show Jumping

Jos Lansink new ambassador to Al Kaheel

In September 2006, Jos Lansink confirmed his international superstardom by being crowned the new Champion of the World in Equestrian Jumping. In a sport closely followed by millions of enthusiasts

CCE, Polo & Others News

Zara Phillips named in New Year honours

World and European eventing champion Zara Phillips is to receive an award in the New Year's Honours list. Phillips, who is 11th in line to the throne, was nominated after

Animal Health News

Fifth horse dies in equine herpes outbreak

A fifth horse in Florida died on Friday of equine herpes (or EHV-1, Equine Rhinopneumontis) at Payson Park, a 500-horse facility in Martin County which is now under state quarantine.

News Show Jumping

Eugenie Angot steals the show in London GP

A wonderful display of bravura galloping and jumping brought the 2006 show to a fitting climax when the stylish French rider Eugenie Angot flew across the arena to clinch The

News Show Jumping

Julien Epaillard claims the Grand Prix Telefonica in La Corunna

Thirteen combinations with clear rounds went through to the second round of the GP Telefonica, the most important class of the CSI***** La Corunna. After many exciting rounds, Julien Eppaillard

Dressage News

Gold for Valentina Truppa – Frankfurt

“This Young Riders FEI World Cup” has been of a high standard”, Mariette Withages commented. I am sure riding in this atmosphere with those crowds will really help to develop