Top grand prix show jumper Darry Lou, ridden with enormous success by Beezie Madden, has been acquired by Jennifer Gates' Evergate Stables.
Beezie Madden and Jiva won the Douglas Elliman Real Estate while Georgina Bloomberg topped the Bainbridge Companies riding new mount Balotelli 5.
Two-time Longines FEI World Cup champion Beezie Madden rode Jiva to victory in the $36,000 Horseflight 1.45m CSI3*-W FEI Speed Cup at the Split Rock Jumping Tour’s (SRJT) Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Columbus CSI3*-W at Brave Horse Show Park in Johnstown, Ohio. SRJT’s two-week stay at Brave Horse culminates Sunday with the prestigious $135,000 […]
Twice a Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final Champion, Elizabeth “Beezie” Madden (USA) has ridden some exceptional horses, but even she admitted that her expectations were exceeded when 8-year-old Garant jumped her to another Longines victory in New York (USA). Madden and the chestnut gelding topped a jump-off field of six to win the $210,000 […]
It is considered show jumping’s biggest day on the annual FEI calendar. With a $3,000,000 purse it’s no surprise why the CP ‘International’ presented by Rolex is the most prestigious Grand Prix in the sport. It is also offers the sport’s biggest, most technical and demanding test. The CP ‘International’, presented by Rolex is also […]
Friday evening’s 1.60m Tourmaline Oil Cup was contested by 28 horse and rider combinations in Spruce Meadows’ iconic International Ring, with a large majority struggling to master Venezuelan course designer, Leopoldo Palacios’s technical 16-fence challenge. Just six riders eventually went clear and progressed to the eight-obstacle jump-off, including Beezie Madden, Martin Fuchs, Mario Deslauriers, Max […]
Beezie Madden was unbeatable in the $50,000 Old Salem Farm Grand Prix CSI2* aboard Garant at the Old Salem Farm Spring Horse Show in North Salem, NY.
Fans were treated to a thrilling jump-off in the $209,000 Marshall & Sterling/Great American Grand Prix CSI 4* on Saturday, February 2, at WEF.
Fresh off a victory in Washington, defending World Cup champion Beezie Madden continued her winning streak in Lexington — this time on a new horse.
Beezie Madden, aboard her World Cup Champion Breitling LS, put on an absolute clinic to win the $135,000 Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Washington.