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CCE, Polo & Others News

Girl killed in horse riding tragedy

Shannon Bloomfield, aged 12, from Bletchley, died after her horse landed on top of her at the MK Eventing Centre at Malt Hill Farm on Sunday afternoon. She was a

Horse Racing News

The Aga Khan Studs separates from André Fabre

The Aga Khan Studs has decided to withdraw their horses in training with André Fabre. Approximately 30 horses will be redistributed amongst the Aga Khan's existing trainers: Alain de Royer

News Show Jumping

Flying Finn Forsten makes History in Amsterdam…

Mikael Forsten went into the record books today when clinching Finland's first-ever Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping victory in the De Telegraaf-sponsored leg of the 2007/2008 series in Amsterdam, The

Dressage News

Special third World Cup win Anky van Grunsven

In the week before Jumping Amsterdam all Dutch press, radio and television had commented on the new Freestyle of Olympic champion Anky van Grunsven composed by Wibi Soerjadi, a Freestyle

Dressage News

Van Grunsven wins the Amsterdam Grand Prix

Yesterday in Amsterdam there was no doubt about the winner of the Grand Prix: the reigning Olympic champion Anky van Grunsven and IPS Salinero. No less than 78,042% was the

CCE, Polo & Others News

Mark Todd returns for the Hong Kong Olympic Events

Double Olympic Gold Medallist Comes Out of Retirement to Aim for Hong Kong Olympic Equestrian EventsMark Todd. The man who was declared Rider of the 20th Century by the International

Horse Racing News

Kieran Fallon gets 18-month worldwide ban from racing

Six-time champion jockey Kieran Fallon's career could be at an end after failing a random drugs test. It was revealed today that he has received an 18-month worldwide ban that

Endurance News

European endurance champion loses title for medication offence

Open European endurance champion Mubarak Khalifa bin Shafya has been stripped of his title after his horse Zakah Zahara tested positive for a banned substance at the championships in Portugal

Driving News

Christoph Sandmann claimed the FEI World Cup

In a thrilling competition, starring home driver Sandmann, Frenchman Benjamin Aillaud and Ijsbrand Chardon from the Netherlands, Sandmann wrote true history by winning the Final of the FEI World Cup™

News Show Jumping

Jessica Kürten lets Libby loose again in Leipzig….

Ireland's Jessica Kuerten secured a second sensational victory in the 2007/2008 Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping series when coming out on top in the Sparkasse-sponsored leg in Leipzig, Germany this