Articles - Dressage

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Equestrian Canada Announces Several New Rule Changes

Equestrian Canada has announced rules changes affecting General Regulations, Dressage and Para-Dressage and Vaulting, which are effective immediately.

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Vet Liable for $277,000 Damages Following Death of Swarovski Horse

The grand prix dressage mare Donna Asana owned by Evelyn Haim-Swarovski died from anaphylactic shock after receiving a homeopathic treatment.

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Endurance Rider Suspended for Kicking Horse ‘27 times’ at the Finish

The FEI Tribunal rules that kicking a horse is ‘not a normal natural aid,’ and criticizes officials who turn a blind eye to abuse.

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Isabell Werth Claims Salzburg Dressage World Cup Qualifier

Germany’s Isabell Werth continued her march to the 2020 Final, winning the FEI Dressage World Cup™ 2019/2020 Western European League qualifier.

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Top horse Dakota de l’Ardrais sells for €560,000 at The Auction by Arqana

Bringing together yearlings and performers of a quality never seen before at auction, The Auction by Arqana, Act II proved a commanding success.

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World’s Best Dressage and Driving Stars Heading to Olympia

Charlotte Dujardin and Boyd Exell are among world’s best dressage and driving stars heading to the London International Horse Show.

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Christoph Koschel named Meggle Champion of Honor in Munich

Matthias Bouten and Meggle's Boston win Meggle Grand Prix Freestyle at Indoor Munich but Christoph Koschel named Meggle Champion of Honor

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FEI World Championships, World Cup Finals cities announced

Host cities for the FEI World Championships 2022 and other major events up to 2023/2024 were allocated today by the FEI Board at its in-person meeting in the Russian capital Moscow. FEI World Championships in four disciplines: Jumping, Dressage, Para

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Jill Irving’s Mentorship Program Gives Canadian Youth a Leg Up

The Canadian Youth Equestrian Mentorship Program is designed to inspire Canadian equestrians age 16-21 in the hunter/jumper and dressage world by providing them with opportunities to interact with leading Canadian riders during the Winter Equestrian

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GRIT Program with Christilot Boylen launched by Ontario Equestrian

Over the past year, Ontario Equestrian has been creating an Athlete Development Program for riders in the three Olympic disciplines – eventing, jump and dressage, with the goal of providing resources and a pathway to success on the national and

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