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Dressage News

Pia Aragão wins the Brazilian Olympic Prize

For the third consecutive year, the Brazilian Pia Aragão, who rides for the Interagro Stables, has been elected the best dressage rider for 2005. The awards ceremony was held last

Animal Health News

Play Time!

Research published this year suggests that children who play often are likely to grow up more intelligent than those who play less. Could this also be true for horses? Have

National News

Radcliffe set for controversial role in Equus

The 17-year-old star is being lined up for the lead role in the powerful drama, which centres about a young stable hand who blinds six horses in a torrid ritual.

International News

«Karli» the new mascot of the WEG 2006

Karli, 2.30 meters tall, always jolly and the official mascot of the World Equestrian Games 2006, he will draw the attention to the World Championships in seven equestrian disciplines in

News Show Jumping

A double for Robert Smith at Olympia

Robert Smith has capped an amazing week at Olympia by adding the Links of London Grand Prix to his World Cup victory yesterday. Robert riding Kalusha jumped a stunning double

Horse Racing News

Hall of Fame Gary Stevens Announces Retirement

In a press conference held at historic Churchill Downs, Hall of Fame jockey and three-time Kentucky Derby winner Gary Stevens announced his retirement from riding after a 26-year career and

National News

SHP launches book on «Horsemanship in Lisbon

Approximately fifty horses and riders paraded on Sunday in the city centre to mark the 95 years of existence of the oldest riding club, the Sociedade Hípica Portuguesa. Last Friday

Dressage News

FEI World Cup Dressage Update: Frankfurt

FEI World Cup Dressage Update: Frankfrut Local rider Anja Ploenzke, from Wiesbaden, made a triumphant FEI World Cup debut in Frankfurt with her father's 12-year old Trakehner stallion Tannenhof's Solero,

News Show Jumping

Francisco Guedes a revelation in the Small GP

The Dutch rider Wim Schröder was in a hurry: he had to catch his plane to Amsterdam just after the Corunna City hall Grand Prix. It is may be why

News Show Jumping

Smith Scorches Home At Olympia…..

Britain's Robert Smith scorched to victory in the sixth leg of the 2005/2006 FEI World Cup Jumping series at Olympia in London today with a blistering performance from Kalusha in