2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games

Come along with the Chronicle as we travel to France for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games! We'll be covering dressage, show jumping and eventing with in-depth reporting and spectacular photos from Aug. 23 - Sept. 6. Don't miss a thing!

Who’s going to beat the Germans? Anyone? How will the U.S. team fare with veteran Steffen Peters and rookie Laura Graves? Read all of Chronicle’s online coverage of the dressage to find out.
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum predicts in the Chronicle's World Games Preview issue that the battle for team gold will come down to Germany and the United States. Check in here to find out if she's right!
Karen O'Connor says "the depth in the quality of horses and riders will be like nothing we've seen before," in the Chronicle's World Games Preview Issue. She predicts that the Germans will be the ones to beat again, but the U.S. team will be in the hunt for sure. See how it all plays out in our online coverage.
U.S. driver Chester Weber is on a roll and very well could win it all, according to Hardy Zantke in the Chronicle's World Games Preview Issue. Find out if he can beat the reigning World Champion Boyd Exell.
The U.S. team is for sure the one to beat in reining, and this year the team has its first female rider, Mandy McCutcheon. See how she does and if the European nations can threaten for the gold.
The sport of endurance has been fraught with controversy recently, but in the Chronicle's World Games Preview Issue, Emmett Ross and Becky Hart highlight the improvements made. They point to the French team as the ones to beat, with an ever-improving U.S. squad also a strong force. Read all about it here!
The British team will be the ones to beat, but in the Chronicle's World Games Preview Issue, Lindsay McCall says the German, Dutch and Irish will be in the medal hunt, too. Keep up with the Chronicle's coverage!
In the Chronicle's World Games Preview Issue, Alicen Divita says that a young U.S. team could very well be in the medal hunt, though Germany is still the favorite. Read how the U.S. teenagers fare against the best.
Five days of competition, nine rounds of jumping, and in the end the individual championship at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games came down the smallest of margins.
Often the cones phase is filled with penalties and leaderboard switches. But at today’s conclusion of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games driving event, the top nine finished the overall competition in the same placing as when they ended the marathon phase. Boyd Exell took individual gold, while U.S. rider Chester Weber was silver and Theo Timmerman bronze.
Boyd Exell takes the driving lead from U.S. driver Chester Weber on marathon day, but there's still one phase to go.
If you’re looking at the scores from today’s jumping at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, you’ll see Beezie Madden finished second. But starting tomorrow, it’s a whole new game. The top four come back, the scores are wiped, and they all trade horses to fight for individual show jumping medals. How do you prepare for something like that?

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