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Dressage News

Historical European team gold for the Dutch

Today history was written and the German hegemony after 42 years from the first European championship in 1965 was broken by the Dutch. After very strong, clear and faultless rides

Dressage News

Torino: Ellen Schulten-Baumer takes the lead at the European Championship

The regional park of La Mandria, covering some 3,000 hectares and located some 20 kilometres from the historical centre of Turin, provides the spectacular backdrop of the 2007 FEI European

CCE, Polo & Others News

World's best eventers head to Burghley

The world's leading riders will battle it out to scoop the top honours at eventing's Autumn classic, The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials which start tomorrow in Stamford, Lincolnshire. The

News Working Equitation

2007 European Working Equitation Championships

Great Britain will be hosting the European Working Equitation Championships at the superb newly constructed International Arena at Hartpury College, Gloucestershire. Teams from Spain, Italy, France, Portugal and Great Britain,

Dressage News

Torino: Dressage under the flag of wellness

In the afternoon the first official step towards the FEI European Championship Dressage scheduled at La Mandria was overcome, in the magnificent frame of the Sabaudian estate right outside Turin.

Dressage News

Expanding horizons as the FEI European Dressage Championship attracts the best

No less than 13 teams will compete in the 2007 FEI European Dressage Championship from 30 August to 2 September at La Mandria, Torino (ITA). After a series of failed

International News

Equestrian explorers to meet in Hungary

Two of the greatest living equestrian explorers, Scottish Long Rider Gordon Naysmith and Australian Long Rider Tim Cope will meet on horseback in Hungary at the conclusion of the Cope’s

International News

Michael Stone to Leave the FEI

The FEI has announced the departure of its Secretary General, Mr Michael Stone. Today Mr Stone tendered his resignation to the President, and the First and Second Vice Presidents in

Animal Health News

Equine Influenza in Australia could affect Melbourne Cup

The spread of equine influenza in Australia may cause the country's most prestigious race, the Melbourne Cup (Aust-I), to be run two weeks later than its customary date for the

Breeders News

Cryozootech announces the birth of Poetin's Clone

CRYOZOOTECH is happy to announce the birth of the clone of 2003 dressage world champion POETIN 2, a Brandeburg mare that died prematurely in 2005. Now CRYOZOOTECH enters the dressage