Category Archives: Dressage

Dressage

Dressage at Devon: What’s New in 2012

By | October 9, 2019

While the show will maintain its tradition of a world-class dressage competition combined with the world’s largest open-breed show outside of Europe, changes provide new opportunities. Young horses can now receive more recognition and people can increase their knowledge about horses and dressage. This year Dressage at Devon is channeling funds generated from the show into equine education… Read More »

Dressage at Devon 2012 Day 3: Individual Breed Classes and the Start of the Performance Division

By | October 9, 2019

Francheska AH (Fielding/SPS Malena) Sarah Campbell and Sophie Ghedin In the Hanovarian – Age 2 and under, Francheska AH (Fielding/SPS Malena), bred and owned by Kate Palmquist, took home the blue. In the 3 year old and older KWPN‐NA class, Toraya (Goodtimes x Lora), bred by J. Boorsma and owned by Iron Spring Farm, Inc., won first place.… Read More »

David Marcus Top Canadian at World Dressage Masters

By | October 8, 2019

In a 15-horse starting field that featured riders from Canada, Denmark, Italy, Sweden, The Netherlands, and the United States, Marcus placed seventh in Friday’s Grand Prix test.  Marcus and Chrevi’s Capital, 13-year-old Danish Warmblood gelding (Chrevi’s Cavallo x Weinberg) owned by Deborah Miculinic, earned a score of 70.66% from the panel of five international judges and qualified to… Read More »

Olympians Guenter Seidel Steffen Peters Score Big Wins at 2013 Mid-Winter Dressage Fair CDI 3*/Y/J

By | October 8, 2019

During the Grand Prix competition, all eyes were on Guenter Seidel with his new partner "Coral Reef Wylea" (Weinberg x Saluut) in their much anticipated CDI debut, and they did not disappoint.  A solid performance earned a winning score of 70.021% from judges Gary Rockwell (5* USA), Jeanne McDonald (4* USA), Eddy de Wolff (4* NED), Brenda Minor… Read More »

The “White Ballet“ of the Spanish Riding School Dances Into the New Autumn Season

By | October 6, 2019

During the performances, the visitors witness the result of years of training of horse and rider in the dignified setting of the baroque Winter Riding School – from the young, boisterous stallion to the fully trained School Stallion, who enchants the audience with his performance in the School Quadrille, in the Schools on and above the Ground and… Read More »

A Chance to Learn From the Best During the Upcoming KWPN-NA Annual Meeting in California

By | October 6, 2019

The KWPN-NA Annual Meeting is a highlight each year for members; but with an impressive roster of world-renowned speakers and practical demonstrations together with evaluations of real horses and FEI-level competition, this event combines a dynamic atmosphere of education with live international horse sport in the stunning setting of the Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park, offering something for… Read More »

Omega Alpha Healthy Horse Award Salutes Fritz San Tino

By | October 6, 2019

“The show season has been going really well for the most part,” the Junior/Young Rider told Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals, Inc. while accepting her Omega Alpha Healthy Horse Award commemorative ribbon and prize basket filled with Omega Alpha equine supplements and health products. Pai shared that the radiant good looks and fitness level of the 17-hand black Hanoverian (Falkenstern… Read More »