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6 Portuguese Drivers at the Iberian Cup in Spain

The Iberian Cup (CAI-B) is an important event in the driving calendar and heralds the start of the season and caters for both seasoned driving enthusiasts and newcomers to the

Dressage News

In April the IV Iberian Dressage Cup

Organized by Santo Adré Lusitanos, Portugal is proud to be hosting the CDI3*/CDIY/CDIJ & CDI for Young Horses as well as the IV Iberian Cup, to be held from 6th

CCE, Polo & Others News

Nicolas Touzaint a winner in Fontainebleau

‘I am extremely pleased with my horse. I knew that he was extraordinary, but I have the impression that he has progressed yet again. After the Cross-country event yesterday, he

CCE, Polo & Others News

Fontaineblelau: Nicolas Touzaint in pole position

‘Galan de Sauvagère is as perfect as ever. He is as attentive and as loyal as always. Last year, I was so quick that I could have still won even

News Show Jumping

Zetterman creates a Swedish Shockwave

Even at the final qualifying leg of the 2006/2007 FEI World Cup Jumping series at 's-Hertogenbosch there were still surprises in store as, after 12 thrilling competitions earlier in the

Dressage News

Final brings Werth and Warum Nicht FRH on top

Two qualifiers ago in Neumünster Isabell Werth rode her best Freestyle ever, rewarded with 83,60%, now at probably “the best indoor World Cup™ Qualifier ever in ‘s-Hertogenbosch” as she called

Dressage News

A Good start for Isabell Werth

““The Dutch are amazing. This Indoor Brabant is like ‘Indoor Aachen’, it’s really great!”, said today’s Grand Prix winner Isabell Werth, whose horse Warum Nicht FRH was in top form.

CCE, Polo & Others News

Fontainebleau: Nicolas Touzaint takes the lead

On Thursday morning the third qualifyer of the Eventing World Cup in Fontainebleau began with a slightly cloudy sky and a temperature of around 9° C. As usual, it was

CCE, Polo & Others News

Alex Hua Tian – China’s Olympic Eventing Prospect

By the time he is 18, Alex plans to have accomplished more than many would dream of in a lifetime. He aims to represent his country, China, at the 2008

Dressage News

Sunshine Tour: British riders dominated the Grand Prix

Anna Ross-Davies, was on good form with Liebling II winning the Grand Prix (68,00%). Runners up where Carl Hester aboard Lecantos (67,167%) and dutch Leida Colllins-Strijk and On Top (66,625%).