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July 15, 2016

Michael Jung Takes Over CIC Lead In Aachen

Aachen, Germany—July 15  

In a result that these days seems inevitable, German eventing phenom Michael Jung took over the lead in the CIC at the Aachen CHIO with a clear show jumping round aboard fischerTakinou. 

Michael Jung on fischerTakinou, jumping clear to go into the CIC lead at Aachen. Photo by Shannon Brinkman

July 15, 2016

Throwback Thursday: Lucy Davis Started As A Horse-Crazy Girl

Show jumper Lucy Davis might be living out every horse-crazy girl’s dream by making her first Olympic team this year, but as she showed on her Instagram account recently, she definitely hasn’t forgotten her roots.

Davis, 23, was recently named to the U.S. team for the Rio Olympic Games with her Barron and jumped for the U.S. team at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (France), but it was less than 10 years ago that she jumped her first 1.60-meter jump. She commemorated the occasion with a #tbt Instagram post…

July 15, 2016

Hannah Sue Burnett Leads U.S. Charge As Bettina Hoy Dominates Dressage At Aachen CIC

Aachen, Germany—July 15  

She's not even named to the German team for the CICO*** team competition at the Aachen CHIO, but Bettina Hoy is making her presence known with some stunning dressage tests to lead after the first phase.

Bettina Hoy on Seigneur Medicott. Photo by Shannon Brinkman

July 11, 2016

Watch Why They Won: Charlotte Dujardin Wins At Hartpury To Warm Up For Rio

Reigning Olympic and World Games champions Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro made their first foray into the show ring in amost a year as they topped the Grand Prix and Grand Prix freestyle at the Hartpury Festival of Dressage CDIO*** (England) on July 8-9.

Dujardin and Valegro's last outing had been at the 2015 Aachen CHIO (Germany) where they won the Grand Prix, Special and freestyle. 

July 6, 2016

Ukrainian Team Questionable For Rio Olympic Games

The possibility of the Ukrainian show jumping team participating in the Rio Olympic Games has been called into question as Oleksandr Onyshchenko, the organizer and funding behind the team, has been charged with fraud in Ukraine.

June 30, 2016

Throwback Thursday: Anne Kursinski And Michael Matz Led The Way To The Olympic Games 20 Years Ago

As the team for this year’s Rio Olympic Games was named this week, I thought it might be interesting to look back at the selection of the team for the Games 20 years ago.

Back in 1996, before the Atlanta Olympic Games, the U.S. selection was hard and fast objective trials. Riders and horses had to jump in eight rounds of competition over the course of three months in Wellington, Fla., Paoli, Pa., North Salem, N.Y., Devon, Pa., and Gladstone, N.J.

June 26, 2016

Diniz Dares And Wins In Rotterdam

Rotterdam, the Netherlands—June 26  

When 17 of the world’s best horses and riders qualified for the jump-off of the Longines Grand Prix of Rotterdam, everyone knew it was going to be a fast and furious race for the top check.

And when the dust cleared, it was the charismatic Luciana Diniz from Portugal who ended up on top with her athletic Fit For Fun. Diniz made a particularly daring turn in the jump-off to take the win—a turn that got the best of some.

June 23, 2016

U.S. Dressage Team Moves Into Second In Rotterdam Nations Cup

Rotterdam, the Netherlands—June 23  

"Everything went as I had hoped," said the Dutch chef d’equipe John Rockx after his riders vaulted the team from the Netherlands into the lead in the CDIO Nations Cup at Rotterdam with their Grand Prix scores. 

June 12, 2016

Watch Why They Won: Colvin And Perez Make The Turns Work At Upperville

Eugenio Garza Perez knew he'd have to go flat-out in the jump-off for the $216,000 Upperville Jumper Classic after watching Aaron Vale blaze around. You can read all about the class in the COTH coverage, and watch Perez's winning jump-off round here...

June 11, 2016

Clark Montgomery Ends Up Second At Bramham ERM CIC***

West Yorkshire, England—June 11  

Clark Montgomery had been leading after the dressage, but finished the ERM CIC*** at the Bramham International Horse Trials with second place aboard Loughan Glen after pulling one rail and then jumping faultlessly on cross-country. China’ Alex Hua Tin took the win on Don Geniro, moving up from second after the dressage with clean jumping rounds.

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