Category: Dressage

Louise Saywell – British National Showjumping Champion 2020

At last sport horse competition is gathering momentum. In the UK the last week, and it’s still continuing, British Showjumping have been staging their annual but greatly enlarged National Championships. In dressage, there have been a handful of FEI 3 star CDIs. Racing has quietened down a touch with fewer major races throughout the world.

Slow Wind-up for Sporthorses – Group 1’s Continue unabated

With sport horse competitions still in wind up mode and all being conducted behind closed doors, significant news is rather thin. Racing has continued over the weekend, again behind closed doors, but with three months lost earlier in the season, the big races have been concertinaed together with a continual run of Group 1 races

Germany’s Ingrid Klimke – Successful Rider,Trainer and Mother

Throughout history, the Germans have long been associated with their horses. Over the centuries, they have brought together differing breeds throughout Europe and developed breeds such as the Hanoverians. They have always had prolific and famous riders. In more recent times, Dr Reiner and his daughter, Ingrid Klimke, Paul Schockemohle, Michael Jung, Isabell Werth, Ludger

A First for Bolesworth, Ceiren Fallon & Roger Teal

For the first time in over one hundred days, all the main disciplines in the UK were able to compete this weekend. With eventing at Barbury, normally an international competition, but this year scaled down, Twesledown and Aske, eventing started again much to the relief of the riders. In dressage, several venues held classes as

At Last – Dressage and Showjumping Stutter Back to Life

As the world of equestrianism stutters back to life, the weekend saw the running of two Group 1 races in Ireland, The Irish Derby and The Pretty Polly Stakes. In dressage the first 3 star CDI took place in Hungary and in France the first 4 star CSI Grand Prix for showjumping also took place.

A Slow but Sure Re-start to Equine Sport Happening

As the world slowly comes out of covid lock down, the first FEI dressage competition to be held will happen in Hungary this coming weekend. The CDI 3 star will be held at Mariakalnok, about 50 miles from Vienna. The event has attracted 120 riders entering with 140 horses. Among those who have said they

Racing Continues as Other Equine Sport to Resume

The main news for this week surrounds once again our old subject of corona virus. The good news is that instead of lamenting the loss of all equestrian sport, we can report firm plans for the start of most equine pursuits. Racing has been in the fore front of return to sport and with their

Nip Tuck in Grand Prix as Velegro Wins

In our archive video today, Our one hundredth post, we show the last competitive competition of two of the British Team of the Dressage Squad, Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin sent to the Olympic Games in Rio in 2016 on behalf of great Britain, and who won the Team Silver Medal.  The  footage was taken

Video -Keystone Dimaggio – World Champion on 2000

See again the complete final test which won Keystone Dimaggio and Suzanne Davies the World Young Dressage Horse Championship from Arnheim in Holland in the year 2000. Hear the judges’ comments on the test and a short comment from Suzanne after the event. Click the video tab below. In the news – just broken –

Peter Storr Takes Nationals In 2000 Video

As Covid-19 continues to decimate our lives, we present the latest video archive for your delectation from the National Dressage Championships in 2000. In the news over the weekend,  The Queen gives a very rare statement to the UK and Commonwealth and at the time of writing Boris Johnson finds himself in hospital, unable to
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