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August 31, 2016

Five U.S. Riders Through First Inspection At Burghley CCI****

Stamford, England—Aug. 31  

At the end of the first horse inspection 72 horse and rider combinations from 10 nations make up the start list for the Land Rover Burghley CCI****.

August 29, 2016

All Equestrian Sport Samples Test Clean From 2016 Olympic Games

The Fédération Equestre Internationale confirmed that all human and equine samples taken during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games returned negative.

“Keeping our sport clean is a central part of our daily work at the FEI, but to have back-to-back clean Games in London and Rio is something for any sport to be proud of, especially as we were testing for more substances than ever before,” said FEI President Ingmar De Vos.

August 29, 2016

Parot Races To The Top Of The $100,000 Grand Traverse Grand Prix

Traverse City, Mich.—Aug. 28  

The Great Lakes Equestrian Festival came to a close with $100,000 Grand Traverse Grand Prix CSI*** and on Sunday evening it was Chile's Samuel Parot and Quick Du Pottier who stood atop the podium, with Mexico's Eugenio Garza taking second place honors and Margie Engle of the USA rounding out the top three after a hard-fought battle in the grand prix ring. 

August 29, 2016

Kent Farrington Flies In St. Moritz

Fresh from picking up a silver medal with the U.S. team at the Rio Olympic Games, Kent Farrington headed to the Longines St. Moritz CSI***** in Switzerland, where he picked up two big wins.

Kent Farrington on Creedance.

August 29, 2016

Cook Kicks Off World Cup Season With A Win In Thunderbird

Karl Cook got the qualifying season for next spring’s Longines FEI World Cup Final (Neb.) off to a good start when he guided Tembla to a thrilling win in the $135,600 Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier, presented by Noel Asmar, at the Langley CSI3*-W. Thunderbird Show Park hosted the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League West Coast sub-league.

August 28, 2016

Tears Shed Through Smiles As Katie Ruppel Wins Philippa Humphreys Advanced Division At Richland Park

There wasn’t a dry eye at Richland Park as Katie Ruppel accepted the inaugural Philippa Humphreys Award. Michigan born and raised, Ruppel earned this award as the highest-placed woman and winner of the advanced division, which was an Adequan USEA Gold Cup Qualifier.  

August 27, 2016

Mahloch Holds Onto Her Lead At Richland Park CIC***

Richland, Mich.—Aug. 27  

Three-star rookie Whitney Mahloch remained atop the Adequan Gold Cup CIC*** division at Richland Park after the cross-country, putting in a clean round aboard Military Mind and being the only rider in the division to get within the time.

Whitney Mahloch on Military Mind. Photo by USEA/Shelby Allen

August 26, 2016

Whitney Mahloch Rises To The CIC*** Challenge At Richland Park

Richland, Mich.—Aug. 25  

The first Adequan USEA Gold Cup qualifier for the 2017 season kicked off in Richland, Mich., as competitors performed their tests alongside rows of Richland Park’s iconic cornfields. The qualifying period for this year’s Adequan Gold Cup Final ended August 22, so competitors with a smart round here will be eligible to go head-to-head for the $40,000 purse next year.

August 19, 2016

New Exhibition At The National Sporting Library Museum Features Chronicle Cover Art

The National Sporting Library & Museum will host The Chronicle of the Horse in Art, on view in the Museum from Aug. 26 through March 26, 2017. This major exhibition, with accompanying catalog, gathers a sampling of forty-six American, British and Continental oil paintings, watercolors, and sculptures to highlight the variety of material that was on the covers of the Chronicle of the Horse for nearly 70 years.

August 18, 2016

Louisiana Horses In Need Following Historic Flooding

The American Association of Equine Practitioners Foundation and other Louisiana veterinary organizations are seeking donations to assist with the rescue and care for horses impacted by the current flooding in Louisiana as well as for future preparedness planning and education for first responders.

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