Thursday, May. 30, 2024


Charlene Strickland

From her first compulsory test, U.S. vaulter Megan Benjamin sprang to the lead of women's vaulting at the FEI World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany,
He's instructed riders in the past four Olympic Games. He's coached the Danish dressage team. He's trained dozens of Grand Prix horses. But Rudolf Zeilinger's


For some dressage trainers, a sabbatical in Europe becomes a lifelong investment in their profession.

Why would a young professional give up
Fifth-seeded Auburn University moved steadily up the brackets but ultimately couldn't conquer the University of South Carolina Gamecocks (second seed), which effortlessly secured their second

You find the perfect stallion for your mare, and he happens to live across the pond. So FedEx delivers a shipping container, and your mare

His canter was outstanding--a perfect 10. In fact, Florencio 2 earned the only mark of 10 at the World Championships of Young Dressage Horses in

Dressage experts can select horses for performance by observing a foal's gaits at walk, trot, and canter. But choosing prospects for jumping demands a different
With the last two Varsity National Equestrian championship titles to their name, the Georgia Bulldogs were favored to win again this year, April 15-17 in
Their accidents occurred at different dates, in different states. Yet both Pam Henline and Karen Nord suffered cervical fractures in auto accidents, en route to

The question is, can the Competition Date Approval Task Force resolve the mileage rule after nearly two decades of--somtimes heated--debate?

Its five members have

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