The gladiators of show jumping will descend on the world famous port of Antwerp from 22nd to 25th April for the second leg of the 2015 Longines Global Champions Tour series.
World No1 and reigning Longines Global Champions Tour Champion Scott Brash (GBR) and Hello Forever won the feature class of the day, the historic American Invitational.
One of the world’s largest clothing retailers H&M will become a new sponsor of Longines Global Champions Tour of Hamburg.
Emanuel Andrade of Venezuela was honoured with the Hermes Talented Young Rider Award at the close of the 2015 Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.
Lucy Deslauriers, 15, of New York, NY, emerged victorious in the Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series, presented by The Dutta Corp. in association with Guido Klatte, following the final event held Sunday, March 22, at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.
Canada’s Eric Lamaze scored his fifth win in the Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Series, setting a record for the most wins in one season. Riding Fine Lady 5, the 2008 Olympic Champion won the $34,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round XI on Thursday, March 19, at the 12-week Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.
Following an intensive season of competition at the Winter Equestrian Festival, the top-ranked riders in the Artisan Farms Under 25 Grand Prix Series, presented by The Dutta Corp. in association with Guido Klatte, are set to compete in the Final on Sunday, March 22.
For the second week in a row, Angel Karolyi of Venezuela stood in the winner’s circle following the Grand Prix at HITS Ocala in Ocala, FL.
For the second time this season, Venezuela’s Emanuel Andrade won the $15,000 High Amateur-Owner Classic during the 12-week Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL. And for the second time, Andrade was wearing SSG ‘Digital’ riding gloves to claim a $1,000 bonus in the SSG Gloves “Go Clean for the Green” promotion.
Competitors asked for it, and the Vermont Summer Festival delivered. 350,000 pounds of new footing, that is! In a major overhaul, Kruse Cushion Ride (KCR) will be installed prior to the 2015 Vermont Summer Festival, covering 334,000 square feet of ring surface including all competition arenas, warm-up rings, and lunging areas. The six-week 2015 Vermont Summer Festival takes place from at Harold Beebe Farm in East Dorset, VT.
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