Tuesday, Apr. 16, 2024


Birgit Popp

It was a long-kept secret between Olympic gold medalist Isabell Werth and the German Equestrian Federation that Werth’s ride El Santo NRW tested positive for

While most equestrian enthusiasts know the Spanish Riding School in Vienna is a place dedicated to classical dressage, until now that education has only been


On Sept. 20, in the first ever Global Champions Tour event in Austria, U.S. show jumper Jessica Springsteen made history by winning the opening two-phase

Monica Theodorescu has been named the new head coach for the German dressage team starting Oct. 1. She will be the first woman in this

July 5, Nations Cup day of the CHIO Aachen (Germany), brought good and bad news for German dressage. The good news was that the young

Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong’s “Wonderful World” got the 9,000 spectators in the Schleyer Hall into the right mood for the emotional highlight of the 27th Stuttgart

The German Federation confirmed on Nov. 17 that Mr. Medicott, the Olympic mount of German 2008 Olympic team gold medalist Frank Ostholt, has been sold

Lauren Hough suffered a fall during the first qualifier of the Stuttgart German Masters on Nov. 17. Her 9-year-old mare Blue Angel got too close

As Totilas and Matthias Rath cantered down centerline at the beginning of the Grand Prix Special test, a sudden and complete hush fell over the

Two weeks ago, a press presentation of Totilas and his new partner Matthias Rath was canceled because the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games champion

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