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July 2, 2015

USEF Names Athletes For Hermès Show Jumping Team At CSIOs In Falsterbo And Mannheim

The U.S. Equestrian Federation has announced the following athletes have been named to Hermès U.S. Show Jumping Teams competing in FEI Nations Cup events at CSIO***** Falsterbo (Sweden) and CSIO***** Mannheim (Germany). Robert Ridland will serve as the chef d'equipe at both events.

The following athletes will represent the U.S. in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Falsterbo, July 9-12:

Heather Caristo-Williams (Saugerties, N.Y.)                 

July 2, 2015

Kentucky Horse Park Transitioning To Black Fencing

The Kentucky Horse Park will soon be transitioning almost 30 miles of white plank fencing to black fencing. The white fencing has been in place since the iconic facility opened in 1978. The park, which hosts the Rolex Kentucky CCI**** every year, is making this transition due to the economic and operational realities of maintaining white fencing versus black fencing.

June 29, 2015

Brash's Young Star Takes Longines GCT Of Monaco

Monaco—June 27  

Scott Brash won the first Longines Global Champions Tour event in April in Miami, and on June 27, he added another GCT victory to his record in Monaco.


Scott Brash's young horse Hello M'Lady stepped up to win the Longines GCT Grand Prix of Monaco. Photos by Stefano Grasso/GCT

June 29, 2015

David Blake Makes The Right Call To Win The Tryon $127,000 Adequan Grand Prix

Tryon, N.C.—June 27 

Slow and steady won the race for Irish rider David Blake in the $127,000 Adequan® Grand Prix CSI 3* at the Tryon International Equestrian Center. The duo bested a class of 35 entries to take top honors. Lauren Tisbo aboard Entre Nous followed in second with Andrew Welles and Boo Van Het Kastanjehof rounding out the top three. the Tryon Stadium. The Tryon Summer Series will continue through Sunday, July 19.

June 26, 2015

Bellissimo Announces Major Grooms Initiative

Mark Bellissimo announced today that, effective immediately, shows operated at the Tryon International Equestrian Center (N.C.), Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (Fla.), Colorado Horse Park, Central Park (N.Y.), and The Trump Invitational at Mar-a-Lago (Fla.) will provide a $500 award to the groom of the winning horse in the highest-money grand prix class of the week over $25,000. 

The groom will also be mentioned in all communications of the victory and will appear in the winning photo of its press releases. 

June 24, 2015

USEF Adds Clark Montgomery To Eventing High Performance Summer/Fall Training List

The U.S. Equestrian Federation Eventing High Performance Committee approved the following addition to the high performance summer/fall world class training list for 2015. The following athlete will participate in training sessions with U.S. Eventing Team Coach David O'Connor.

Training session dates and locations will be announced at a later date.

World Class List:

Athletes that currently possess the ability to be competitive anywhere in the world.

June 23, 2015

USEF Names Ranked Alternates For The Pan American Games Eventing Team

The U.S. Equestrian Federation has named the ranked alternates for the U.S. Pan American Games Eventing Team. The alternate athlete-and-horse combinations have been ranked in the following order (pending the approval of the Ad Hoc Selection Group):

June 21, 2015

Barron Bests Them All In The Longines Grand Prix of Rotterdam

Rotterdam, the Netherlands­­—June 21

George Davis is getting quite a Father’s Day gift this year from his daughter Lucy: The Longines watch she won in today’s $233,059 Longines Grand Prix of Rotterdam.

Davis, 22, beat out 16 riders in the jump-off to take the title aboard 11-year-old Barron, her partner for team bronze at last year's Alltech World Equestrian Games. She zipped through the timers almost 0.4 seconds faster than 2014 Longines FEI World Cup winners Daniel Deusser and Cornet d’Amour of Germany.

June 20, 2015

U.S. Dressage Team Wins Bronze at Rotterdam CHIO

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The U.S. dressage team of (from left) Charlotte Jorst on Kastel's Nintendo, Tuny Page on Woodstock, Kathleen Raine on Breanna and Shelly Francis on Doktor finished on a team average of 71.01 percent to win bronze. Shannon Brinkman photo

June 20, 2015

U.S. Dressage Team Bronze at Rotterdam CHIO

The U.S. dressage team finished strong today at the Rotterdam CHIO, earning the bronze medal behind the Netherlands and Sweden.

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The U.S. dressage team of (from left) Charlotte Jorst on Kastel's Nintendo, Tuny Page on Woodstock, Kathleen Raine on Breanna and Shelly Francis on Doktor finished on a team average of 71.01 percent to win bronze. Shannon Brinkman photo

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