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Four wins for German eventers at Rendswoude

German eventing riders were hughly successful at the Coral Estate Horse Trials in Holland, taking four class wins. Talent Group Member Julia Krajewski won with Samourai du Thot in the international CIC***, also taking second…

Thomas Carlile heads French eventing series

Thomas Carlile is the current leader of a five leg eventing series following the completion of three events in 2016. The Championship of France Pro Elite Master is held over five competitions throughout the season,…

Peter Thomsen withdraws from German team selection

  German event rider Peter Thomsen has withdrawn his horse from the selection process for the Olympic team due to injury. The rider had been in consideration for the team which will represent Germany as…

Ride Safe Joins USEA as Intercollegiate and AEC Sponsor

  The United States Eventing Association (USEA) has announced a new partnership with Ride Safe, which will see the organisation become a Contributing Level Sponsor of the 2016 USEA Intercollegiate Championship and Prize Level Sponsor…

Entries Flowing in for The Land Rover Great Meadow International

Many of the nation’s best event riders are filing their entries and finalising their plans to compete in the Land Rover Great Meadow International presented by Adequan® on July 8-10. The 2016 Great Meadow International…

USEA Introduces the Roger Haller Education Fund

The United States Eventing Association Board of Governors has approved the creation of the USEA Roger Haller Education Fund to honour the memory of Roger Haller, who passed away March 31st. Roger made immense contributions…

Alliston and Vaden Top Preliminary Challenge at Woodside

The heightened atmosphere of the Horse Park at Woodside’s Grand Prix arena, with crowds packed all around, gave the competitors in the Preliminary Challenge divisions at the Spring Event at Woodside the feeling of the…

University of Georgia Crowned 2016 USEA Intercollegiate Champions

The Inaugural USEA Intercollegiate Championship came down to a nail-biting finale with first and second place teams separated by less than a point. It was The University of Georgia (UGA) Red Team who hunkered down…

Burton triumphs in Saumur

Australia’s Christopher Burton continued his recent good form, winning the CCI*** at Saumur with Santano II, and in the process bolstered his chances of making a second consecutive Australian Olympic Team. The event was the…

Klimke wins at Wiesbaden

Double Olympic team champion Ingrid Klimke got her campaign to make the German team in Rio underway with victory at Wiesbaden CIC***. Riding Horseware Hale Bob, who she withdrew from Badminton after her first Olympic…