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Jan Brink claimed the World Cup Qualifier

Jan Brink of Sweden claimed this week-end the World Cup Qualifier in Stockholm, Sweden. With his Swedish warmblood stallion Briar (Magini x Kroket), the suede earned a score of 77,083&

Dressage News

Anky at her best in Maastricht

Anky van Grunsven and Edward Gal this week-end, gave to the enthusiastic home crowds at Maastricht CDI-W, Holand, outstanding performances. Anky with Keltec Salinero, won the 3rd qualifier for the

International News

Athina and Doda’s marriage scheduled for December…

Heiress Athina Roussel, 20, and equestrian Álvaro Alfonso de Miranda Neto «Doda», are to be married on the 3rd December 2005 in São Paulo, Brasil. The couple have been dating

National News

ENE organizes courses for assistant Monitors

The National Equitation School (Escola Nacional de Equitação) will be conducting the following courses for assistant monitors commencing January 2006: • 06/01/06 – 1º Fractioned Course for Assistant Monitor –

International News

Archaeologists discover ancient horse skeletons

Israel Antiquities Authority archaeologists conducting a salvage dig in the Armenian monastery in Jaffa expected to find artifacts connected to the ancient fortifications of the city. However, a few days

News Show Jumping

20.000 visitors expected at Equus

The International Horse Show is approaching at full gallop and Porto International Fair is finishing preparations to welcome many great equestrian events, especially the Porto International Show Jumping Championship, which

International News

Rodrigo Costa Matos conducts a clinic in Brasil

The portuguese dressage rider Rodrigo Costa Matos, from the The Portuguese School of Equestrian Art and responsible for the Centro Equestre Morgado Lusitano, will be conducting a two day clinic

Horse Racing News

China: 600 horses had to die…

A massive investment in Beijing´s racetrack, with the hope of making more millions from a gambling-obsessed nation. But the Chinese government was never persuaded, and some of the losers had

News Show Jumping

Jean-Claude van Geenberghe riding for Ukraine

Following in the footsteps of Gregory Wathelet, Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe will be riding for the Ukraine in the future. Alexandre Onischenko (UKR) has recruited his next top rider in the

News Show Jumping

Lord´s Classic change of owners

The 8 year old mare, Lord´s Classics, ridden to much success by Marcus Ehning´s younger brother Johannes this year, has been travelling this past week. It looked like the talented