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August 20, 2015

Nicholson Returns Home From Hospital After Fall

Top New Zealand eventer Andrew Nicholson is out of the hospital and back home following a fall at the last fence on course at the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park CIC*** (Great Britain) on Aug. 9. Nicholson’s mount, Cillnabradden Evo, was not injured. 

July 26, 2015

Martin Lands On Top At Inaugural Rebecca Farm CCI***

July 26—Kalispell, Mont.

Move over, Boyd; there’s a new Martin in town.

U.S. eventing has a new CCI*** titlist in Kurt Martin, whose clear show jumping round today at The Event at Rebecca Farm aboard Delux Z clinched the biggest win of the rider’s career thus far and gave the selectors who awarded him a USEF Land Rover Competition Grant to make the long trip from Virginia to Montana's Flathead Valley a sigh of relief.

July 25, 2015

The Apprentice Becomes The Master At Rebecca Farm CCI***

July 25—Kalispell, Mont.

Buck Davidson is the most experienced rider entered in the inaugural Rebecca Farm CCI***, and he imparted an important piece of wisdom to his fellow riders on Friday night: This course was going to be harder than they expected.

July 24, 2015

Linstedt Storms Into The Lead At Inaugural Rebecca Farm CCI***

July 24—Kalispell, Mont. 

It’s been three months since Revitavet Capato proved himself a four-star horse at the Rolex Kentucky CCI****, but that doesn’t mean his rider Jordan Linstedt will be resting easy tonight. Her status as the dressage leader (43.7) in the inaugural CCI*** division at The Event at Rebecca Farm gives her only the slightest breathing room over second-placed Buck Davidson with The Apprentice (44.1).

December 15, 2014

Untacked Earns Two National Magazine Honors

The Chronicle of the Horse’s supplementary lifestyle magazine, Untacked, was named as a finalist for two national awards at the 2014 FOLIO: Eddie and Ozzie Awards, held Dec. 11 in New York City.

July 20, 2014

Totilas Withdraws, Valegro Bounces Back, And Graves Gets Noticed At Aachen

Aachen, Germany—July 20

Olympic champions Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro finally got to lead an honor round at the Aachen CHIO today, but their victory was a rather hollow one for British dressage fans. The dragon the pair had been trying to slay all weekend—comeback kid Totilas, with German rider Matthias Rath, withdrew from the Grand Prix freestyle and thus denied their British rivals a third chance to finally beat them.

April 21, 2014

Lace On Helmets? Camo Breeches? A Tour Of The World Cup Trade Fair

Gold bridles? Check. Camo breeches? Double check. Macarons? If I must.

April 20, 2014

Valegro's Victorious In Reem Acra FEI Dressage World Cup Final

Lyon, France—April 20

Once. Again. Now go earn a World Cup title.

It’s a feat only the best could pull off: riding a brand-new freestyle for only the third time ever and winning the Reem Acra FEI Dressage World Cup in front of thousands. But Britain’s Charlotte Dujardin is the best.

April 19, 2014

It's Going To Be A Battle Of The Titans In The Reem Acra FEI Dressage World Cup Final

April 19—Lyon, France

They’ve set world records, swept the gold at the 2012 London Olympic Games and conquered their foes yet again at the 2013 European Championships (Denmark). But there are two major titles Valegro and British rider Charlotte Dujardin still need to capture to make their dressage dominance complete, and one is up for the taking this weekend in Lyon.

April 7, 2014

Genecand Announces Bid For FEI Presidency

It still remains to be seen whether members of the Fédération Equestre Internationale will vote to change the organization’s statutes to allow two-term incumbent president HRH Princess Haya to run for a third time, but no matter the outcome when they convene for an extraordinary general assembly on April 29 in Lausanne, Switzerland, Pierre Genecand says he’ll be running in the next election for FEI president. 

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