Guenter Seidel is a native of Germany who moved to the U.S. in 1985 and has contributed significantly to U.S. dressage. Seidel helped the U.S. win the Team Bronze medal at three consecutive Olympic Games -- 1996, 2000 and 2004 - with three different horses. He also was on the Silver medal team in 2002 and the Bronze medal 2006 team.
Two-time Canadian Olympian Tiffany Foster has launched her own training and sales business, Little Creek Equestrian, with bases in Wellington, Florida, and Vrasene, Belgium.
A brand new type of equestrian competition premiered today at the Longines Masters of Paris, pitting the United States and Europe against each other in an exhilarating head-to-head matchup.
The horses of Blue Ribbon Days Percherons, owned by the Albert Cleve and Jim Day families and driven by Dean Woodbury, won the $25,000 Royal Six-Horse Draft Championship on Saturday, November 11, at the Royal Horse Show, held as part of the 95th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, ON.
Four-time U.S. Olympic medalist Beezie Madden won the $35,000 Brickenden Trophy on Thursday, November 9, at the CSI4*-W Royal Horse Show, held as part of the 95th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair running through November 13 in downtown Toronto, ON.
For the last two years, 28-year-old Adult Amateur competitor Taryn Anderson of Erie, Colo. has successfully qualified to represent Region 5 at the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®. And for both of those years, she also had to make the gut-wrenching decision not go to simply because she couldn’t afford it.
Ian Millar of Perth, ON, won the first phase of competition in the $125,000 Canadian Show Jumping Championship held Friday, November 3, on opening night of the Royal Horse Show, held as part of the 95th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, ON.
The $20,000 Royal Invitational Dressage Cup, presented by Butternut Ridge, returns to highlight the 2017 Royal Horse Show on Wednesday and Thursday, November 8 and 9, as part of the 95th annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair running from November 3 through 12 in Toronto, ON.
There will be something for everyone at the 2017 Washington International Horse Show (WIHS). The world’s number one and number two show jumpers, Americans Kent Farrington and McLain Ward, lead a strong field in competition. Adorable Shetland ponies will race for top billing, and charity events each night make WIHS North America’s most exciting and entertaining equestrian event.
Harrie Smolders (NED) has dramatically won the 2017 Longines Global Champions Tour title making history with victory before the final leg has even played out.