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Mollie Bailey

August 9, 2016

Leading Her Country Into Uncharted Territory

When most people think of Zimbabwe, they don’t think of four-star eventers. But Camilla Kruger’s changing all that.

At the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games Kruger became the first Zimbabwean equestrian in any discipline to compete at the Olympic level, and she’s holding her own in tough competition.

August 7, 2016

Bullet That Entered Olympic Games Equestrian Venue Apparently Intended For Police Blimp

Rio de Janeiro—Aug. 7

Director of Communications for the Rio Olympic Games Mario Andrada issued an update on the bullet that entered the media center yesterday, Aug. 6, at the Olympic Games Equestrian Venue at the National Equestrian Center in Rio de Janeiro.

August 7, 2016

France Leads The Way In Eventing Dressage At The Lunch Break On Day 2, Fox-Pitt Still Leads The Pack

Rio de Janeiro—Aug. 7 

No one could catch William Fox-Pitt in this morning’s eventing dressage competition, but French rider Thiabaut Vallette helped boost his nation into the lead.

He and Qing du Briot scored a 41.0 to slot into individual fourth in the standings, allowing France to occupy three spots in the top 10 and the overall lead. Germany currently sits second and Great Britain’s in third.

August 6, 2016

Germany’s Auffarth Leads Olympic Eventing Dressage At The Lunch Break, Martin Sits Seventh For Team USA

Rio de Janeiro—Aug. 6

Reigning eventing world champion Sandra Auffarth started out her second Olympic Games in excellent style, laying down a lovely test on Opgun Louvo to take the lead before the break on the first day of eventing dressage. A mistake in the flying changes kept the German rider from breaking into the 30s, but she sits on a mark of 41.6.

The competitors at the Olympic Games ride a modified version of the FEI eventing four-star test B.

August 5, 2016

All Olympic Eventing Horses Accepted At The First Horse Inspection

Rio de Janeiro—Aug. 5

All eventing horses presented at the Olympic Games passed the first horse inspection, though there have been some changes in rosters since then.

June 20, 2016

The Chronicle Wins 17 AHP Awards

The Chronicle of the Horse, Untacked, and their contributors won 17 awards for excellence in equine journalism in the 2016 American Horse Publications awards contest. The awards were presented during the annual AHP seminar, held in Orlando, Fla., June 16-18.

Notably, The Chronicle of the Horse and Untacked writers swept the personality profile single article category in its circulation section.

The awards include:

June 5, 2016

Arbor Hill Repeats His Best Young Horse Victory

Devon, Pa.—June 5

This morning someone pulled Richard Taylor aside and commented that he was in the pressure cooker today. After all, Taylor was presenting last year’s Best Young Horse, Arbor Hill, in the 3-year-old stallions and geldings class, and his Venture Stables had already earned the Best Young Pony, Papillon, last weekend. But Taylor didn’t look at it that way.

“You got a great horse,” he said “What you really hope is that he shows great, and he showed great today.”

June 4, 2016

Matz Makes It Happen At Devon

Devon, Pa.—June 4

Alex Matz has been a bit of a bridesmaid this season, but he redeemed himself at Devon, riding Quinta to the top prize in the $20,000 Show Jumping Hall Of Fame Classic. That win secured the amateur-owner jumper championship and boosted Matz to the leading amateur-owner jumper rider title.

June 4, 2016

Empire Continues A Grand Family Tradition At Devon

Devon, Pa.—June 4

A week ago, Evermore came center ring at the Dixon Oval to accept the grand junior hunter championship, and on amateur weekend it was his father’s turn. Empire earned the amateur-owner hunter, 36 and over, and the grand amateur-owner hunter title with Becky Gochman, who also earned the leading amateur-owner hunter rider title.

Susan Baker and Q won today’s handy and the stakes classes to claim reserve.

May 28, 2016

Jobs Makes Her First Devon Extraordinary

Devon, Pa.—May 28

When Eve Jobs headed into the ring for the jump-off of the $20,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior Jumper Classic, she knew she had her work cut out for her. The jump-off track was proving tough, and only Emma Sargent and Winchester laid down a clean-and-clear second go.

But Jobs and Sandor de la Pomme sliced all their corners on their way around Kelvin Bywater’s short course and galloped up a line in one less than her plan to stop the clock ahead of Sargent and Winchester and claim blue.

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