Olympia Horse Show German Olympian Marco Kutscher riding Cornet’s Cristallo produced a typically virtuoso display of smooth horsemanship to triumph in a thrilling Longines FEI World Cup Qualifier presented by H & M at Olympia, The London International Horse Show. The 2003 European Champion snatched victory by just 0.78 seconds from his fellow countryman Daniel Deusser on Carriere. Appropriately for H & M...
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- KWPN first round viewing Committee invites 7 Numero Uno sons
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- Jessica Kürten puts her showjumping career on hold
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- Ian Millar and Star Power Top $25,000 ESP Holiday II Grand Prix
- Beatrice Buchwald Captures Louisdor Prize for German Young Grand Prix Horses
- Law Named USEF Eventing Developing Rider Coach
- Matthias Alexander Rath On Samba King Wins Nürnberger Burg-Pokal & 3rd on Danönchen
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Many competition horses don’t become fitter and stronger, but, on the contrary, end up being injured as a result of their training. A series of articles allow the reader to take a look through the eyes of two experienced equine veterinarians: Jan Greve and Jacques Maree.