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LIfe & Style News

Problems in top Olympic Commities

The are problems between the British Olympic Comite (BOA) and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG). The BOA gets twenty percent of the possible profit of the

LIfe & Style News

Irish showjumper held on horse theft charge

An 8-year-old horse valued at €20,000 has gone missing from its Wellington stable and authorities have charged the owner's former employee with stealing it. Thirty-two-year-old Mark Reid is in jail

News Show Jumping

Sapphire Injured

McLain Ward’s best ride Sapphire has suffered an injury. The Darco-mare was meant to compete in the FTI Finale Grand Prix in Wellington last weekend, but a few days before

LIfe & Style News

Einstein, the world's smallest stallion, gets set for first birthday

He may not be able to compete in the Kentucky Derby, but he is surely as popular as the winner. And with appearances on Oprah and across the U.S. it

News Show Jumping

Kevin Staut at the Top of the Western European League

French jumper Kevin Staut, who is the number one rider of the Rolex world ranking list, is also the league winner in the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2010/2011 Western

Dressage News

Edward Gal is delighted with the invitation from Ann-Kathrin Linsenhoff

Coming second with this horse is the equivalent of a defeat – the public pressure is immense – tips for Matthias Rath. No other dressage horse has made headlines like

Dressage News

Catherine Haddad competing in Leipzig

The American dressage rider Catherine Haddad, who is based in Germany and her 11-year-old Hanoverian Winayamaro have been qualified for the World Cup Final in Leipzig. Catherine, who lives in

CCE, Polo & Others News

German Eventers Win Nations Cup / Michael Jung Outstanding Rider Of The Event

The start into the green season has been like a fairy tale for the German eventers. Michael Jung with Leopin, Andreas Dibowski with FRH Fantasia, Kai Rüder with Leprince des

CCE, Polo & Others News

British Eventer Daisy Berkeley’s Horse Died

Daisy Berkeley’s top event horse ‘Spring Along’ has died of a suspected heart attack at Gatcombe Horse Trials. The 18-year-old bay died instantly while jumping the two steps up to

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Lynch snatches last chance win at 's-Hertogenbosch

Ireland's Denis Lynch snatched a last-minute place at next month's Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping final in Leipzig, Germany with a superb victory in the final qualifier of the Western