On the first day of November, the Swedish rider Juliette Ramel, student of Nicole Werner, surprised everyone with her fabulous Grand Prix debut in Ermelo. She scored a whopping 76.45% with her nine-year-old big bay powerhouse Buriël KH (by Osmium). And last week, the pair scored 75,23% in their second appearance in the Grand Prix. Piet and Corrie Bakker bred...
Trakehners were ‘hot’ in the autumn of 2010. Totilas enjoyed his glory days and his sire Gribaldi deceased in the...
- Claus Schridde ‘Germany’ has to watch out, not to get more and more average in breeding’
- Wim van der Linde ‘There’s a story behind each mare’
- Dubbeldam: ‘I relied on the quality of the horses’
- Markus Beerbaum ‘Knowing your horses well, leads to success’
- Enda Carroll: ‘Work hard, take risks and don’t be afraid of failure’
- Maikel van der Vleuten: ‘It’s good to have horses from a young age’
- Opinion Climate change
- Brash Sweeps Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping
Kim Boyer By KENNETH J. BRADDICK WELLINGTON, Florida, Dec. 6, 2015–Kim Boyer, active in international horse sports as the owner...
- Fasine, German 6YO Champion, Highest Priced Dressage Horse at €1.3/US$1.4 Million at PSI Auction
- Tommie Visser & Vingino Repeat as Double Winners at Roosendaal CDI4* Grand Prix Freestyle
- Isabell Werth & Don Johnson Post Personal Best Score to Capture Salzburg World Cup Freestyle for 8th Win of Year
- Denmark’s Cathrine Dufour & Cassidy Win CDI4* Grand Prix Special for Double Victory at Roosendaal
- Isabell Werth & Don Johnson Win Salzburg World Cup Grand Prix
- Beatrice Buchwald & Weihegold Win Salzburg CDI4* Special, 4th Straight Victory
- FEI President clarifies Federation’s position remains unchanged on GCL
- Horsemanship at Spanish Riding School confirmed as cultural treasure
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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.