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Kalee Chandler was a keen barrel racer from Butler, Missouri... [Lees meer]
It was a little bit cloudy today in Chantilly as the first CSI5* show jumping riders took the start in the opening 1.45m class. A total of 53 combinations took a chance at winning the 6,250 Euro first prize. Against the clock it was South-America’s speed devil, Daniel Bluman who took the win, finishing clear in 67.76 seconds. Aboard the 10-year-old Belive (by Ukato)Bluman stopped the clock ... [Lees meer]
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist assesses why she thinks some horses "make it" while others do not... [Lees meer]
The tenth leg of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2016 season will take place at Lisbon (POR) tomorrow, Friday 27 May, attracting a field of 8 teams. The starting order was determined by a draw held in Lisbon this evening, and the order-of-go will be as follows: 1. Brazil 2. Ireland 3. Italy 4. Portugal 5. Spain 6. Great Britain 7. Belgium 8. France ... [Lees meer]
Hovis is feeling particularly well at the moment and the women in his life certainly know about it... [Lees meer]
Figures compare favourably with those from overseas, study team finds.
Researchers probe failure to finish among NZ racehorses -- Horsetalk.co.nz - eq... [Lees meer]
The beautiful castle of Chantilly is this weekends playground for the Longines Global Champions Tour. While the 5-star competition will start tomorrow, the 2-star competition has already started. It were the French riders who ruled the first competition. Edward Levy won the competition in two phases with Quina (Quo Vados). He finished in 37,12 seconds. Second place was for France as well, Philippe... [Lees meer]
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