Sep 03

Behind The Scenes Of World Games Show Jumping: Speed Leg Day!

Alex Warriner, barn manager for U.S. show jumper Kent Farrington, has agreed to take Chronicle readers behind the scenes at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games with a photo tour each day. Check out what it’s like back at the barns!Want to know more …

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Sep 03

Boyd on HorseJunkiesUnited.com, Presented by SmartPak Equine

Article: http://horsejunkiesunited.com/?p=87862Video: 

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Sep 03

Americans Descend Upon Burghley: A Social Media Wrap

Burghley officially begins tomorrow with the first horse inspection, and all of the U.S. riders slated to compete have safely arrived on the grounds. I have to say, Burghley is definitely one of the most

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Sep 02

WEG Happy Hour: Show Jumping, Vaulting Kick Off With a Bang

Week two of the World Equestrian Games officially kicked off today, with the vaulters and the show jumpers finally getting their chance to have the spotlight. In the show jumping competition, the Team and Individual

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Sep 02

Tuesday Video from SpectraVet: Behind the Scenes on Cross-Country Day at WEG

We know you’re still nursing your WEG hangover in an effort to restore your sanity before Burghley kicks off, but we’ve got one more video to show you during your recovery process. We’ve been posting

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Sep 02

Groups demand action in England over “scourge” of fly grazing

“It is time for Government to do its part.”
More of the latest news from the horse world: Horsetalk: World equestrian news and information

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Sep 02

Scores tight after first day of WEG Vaulting

Austrians lead team rankings, but there’s only 0.1 between the top three.
More of the latest news from the horse world: Horsetalk: World equestrian news and information

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Sep 02

Six (and Chinch) Declare Candidacy for FEI President

With the recent announcement by HRH Princess Haya that she will not run for re-election this year, the presidential position at the FEI has officially opened up. Six candidates have submitted applications to be the

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Sep 02

Heroic war horse receives animal equivalent of a Victoria Cross

Mighty Warrior was dubbed “the horse the Germans could not kill”.
More of the latest news from the horse world: Horsetalk: World equestrian news and information

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Sep 02

The Tuesday WoSJ guest blogger from the World Equestrian Games; Kay Neatham

CornadoKayBlogHi everybody,

 

As every day it began with an alarm clock going off, today it was 5.40am – I let it snooze once and got myself out of bed. Deodorant tick, red t shirt tick; not to forget it has to be the one with ‘Fendt’ on the right side – everyone is part of the team and has a dress code to follow. Three German arm bands – tick. One was from Bertram’s groom for luck, one from the team – all the other German teams wore them also. Otto said they’re lucky, the other I brought for this week in Aachen. Hair, rest of my clothes – tick, pass – tick, jacket – tick. 5.55 off to work… Thinking through my plan for the morning in my head.

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