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Cameron Hanley continues battle with major injury problems

Cameron Hanley has undergone 17 operations during the last eight months, four of which he has spent in hospital. The Irish show jumper is unlikely to be back in the

Horse Racing News

The speed of the Thoroughbred derives from the Shetland

The speed of the Thoroughbred derives from the Shetland. It reveals a recent study by two professors at the University of Dublin and Cambridge. The study shows that the 'gene

Driving News

Top class lineup for World Cup Driving Final in Bordeaux

Driving fans will be treated to a thrilling finale of the FEI World Cup™ Driving 11th season in Bordeaux (FRA) on 3 and 4 February. Six drivers – Boyd Exell

Dressage News

Steffen Peters Does it Again at the World Dressage Masters Palm Beach

Steffen Peters of the United States successfully defended his World Dressage Masters Palm Beach title on Saturday evening when he rode Ravel to his second consecutive Exquis Grand Prix Freestyle

News Show Jumping

Rolf-Goran Bengtsson claims the Green & Gold

Swedish show jumper Rolf-Goran Bengtsson has claimed the coveted Green & Gold armband from Canadian rider and Rolex Testimonee, Eric Lamaze, after he was crowned the Number One rider in

Education News

6th European Workshop on Equine Nutrition in Lisbon

The 6th EWEN will be held in Lisbon (Portugal) between the 20th and 22nd of June 2012 and it will take place at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Technical University

News Show Jumping

René Tebbel & Shalva Gachechiladze – The Rolex One to Watch riders for January 2012

The Rolex One to Watch for January 2012 is jointly awarded to René Tebbel (GER) and Shalva Gachechiladze (GEO). The pair both jumped from number 304 to 238 during December

Dressage News

Holger Schmezer to resign as German Dressage Coach after Olympics

According to St.George Magazine, the German dressage team coach Holger Schmezer will resign after this year’s London Olympics. Schmezer has headed the German team since 2000 and his coaching job

Breeders News

Hanoverian Winter-Auction finished with a sound result

Customers invested an average of Euro 13,271 in the 92 Hanoverian riding horses put up for the Winter Auction in Verden. Top-priced horse became the four-year-old mare Sunshine for whom

News Show Jumping

Ahlmann takes the win at Leipzig

Defending champion, Germany’s Christian Ahlmann, returned to the scene of his 2010/2011 triumph to win the ninth qualifying round of the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2011/2012 series at Leipzig,