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Lynndee Kemmet


Jan. 31, 2003

Although freestyles were a normal part of the dressage world by 2003, the debate continued over how to marry the artistic and technical

An official title like the Eastern States Dressage And Combined Training Association Memorial Weekend Dressage And Allentown CDI doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue—at least

•    Barbara Strawson, of Dickerson, Md., took the wins in the Intermediaire I (69.60%) and Intermediaire I freestyle (71.00%). She earned those titles with the

With Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel, the Lusitano stallion wins at Prix St. Georges. 

Felicitas von Neumann-Cosel has been competing in the Col. Bengt Ljungquist Memorial

The Hanoverian gelding and Sue Jaccoma take three FEI-level titles.

Susan Jaccoma may have gotten drenched while winning her open Intermediaire II class at

•    Marlee O’Neill, riding the Hanoverian gelding Leonardo, earned a score of 62.23 percent to become the junior/young rider Prix St. Georges champion. O’Neill rides

She couldn’t be happier with their progress as she makes the leap to Grand Prix.

Tosha Zubrisky is pleasantly surprised to win in New York.

As she rode up to the awards ceremony at the Great American/USDF Region 8