World Cup

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Germany's Werth and Weihegold are awesome in Amsterdam

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Laura Graves Posts Highest Ever AGDF Score in Week Three 2018

Wellington, FL – January 26, 2018 – Laura Graves and Verdades comfortably captured the FEI World Cup Grand Prix Freestyle presented by US P.R.E. Association with a mesmerizing performance on her own 2016 Rio Olympic team bronze medallist, Verdades. The pair’s emphatic 84.675% is the best score ever given to date at the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival (AGDF) — an annual 12-week dressage circuit at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) in Wellington, Florida.
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Schneider and Sammy Davis Jr Scoop the honours at 2017 CDI-W Salzburg

It takes two to tango as every top-class Dressage rider knows, and Dorothee Schneider (48) and her lovely 11-year-old gelding Sammy Davis Jr. nailed it with the harmony they showed in their tango-themed test that won today’s fourth leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League at Salzburg in Austria.
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WERTH AND WEIHEGOLD HEAD HOME-SIDE WHITEWASH AT STUTTGART

With style, panache and the greatest of ease, defending series champions Isabell Werth (48) and her wonderful 12-year-old mare Weihegold cruised to victory at the third leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League on home ground in Stuttgart, Germany today.
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WERTH AND EMILIO ARE SUBLIME AT SECOND LEG IN LYON

German superstar and reigning series champion pins Spain’s Ferrer-Salat into runner-up spot; third-placed Swede, Patrik Kittel, holds strong lead on Western European League table
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DENMARK’S DUFOUR DOMINATES AT OPENING LEG IN HERNING

Danish fans had everything to shout about when their home-grown superstar partnership of 25-year-old Cathrine Dufour and her wonderful 14-year-old gelding, Atterupgaards Cassidy, claimed victory at the opening leg of the FEI World Cup™ Dressage 2017/2018 Western European League in Herning (DEN) today.
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QUEEN ISABELL REIGNS SUPREME IN DRESSAGE GRAND PRIX

She’s 47 and formidable, an exquisite horsewoman and a long-time legend as the most medalled athlete in her sport. Despite a few glitches in her performance with the fabulous mare Weihegold today, Germany’s Isabell Werth won the opening Grand Prix at the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Final in Omaha, Nebraska by a comfortable 2.5 mark margin when scoring 82.300
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