Brilliant de Freitas Barcha Takes Individual Gold for Brazil

Brazil’s Stephan de Freitas Barcha came into the Individual Jumping medal-decider at the Pan American Games 2023 in Quillota, Chile in third place and climbed up to the top step of the podium with a stunning performance from his mare Chevaux Primavera Imperio Egipcio. On a day when only four clear rounds were posted from …

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Rolex Grand Slam Celebrates Its 10-Year Anniversary

In the history of equestrian sport, there are riders whose names and achievements will be immortalized in history. By winning the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping in 2015, British rider Scott Brash added his name to the record books. Followers of the sport now wait with bated breath to see if America’s McLain Ward …

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Catoki Goes Out on Top at WEF

Five-time U.S. Olympian McLain Ward and Catoki claimed one final victory on Friday during the Rolex-sponsored final week of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) at Wellington International. They once again rose to the top in the $39,000 Bainbridge Companies CSI5* 1.45m Speed. From 19 clears, Bob Russell, Marilla Van Beuren, and Ward’s co-owned 14-year-old Westphalian …

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McLain Ward Captures $146k CaptiveOne Advisors CSI4* 1.50m Series Final

Twelve weeks of 1.50m competition came to a peak on Saturday evening in the $146,000 CaptiveOne Advisors CSI4* 1.50m Series Final during the penultimate week of the Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) at Wellington International. From a field bursting with talent and international accolades, U.S. Olympic team gold medalist McLain Ward sealed the deal with Quimi …

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McLain Ward and HH Azur Keep Rolex Grand Slam Dream Alive

The pinnacle class of The Dutch Masters came in the form of Sunday’s Rolex Grand Prix, part of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping. The Brabanthallen’s knowledgeable crowd was full of anticipation, ahead of being treated to unparalleled levels of precision, bravery, and athleticism from the world’s best show jumpers. 35 horse and rider …

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Ashlee Bond Is Best with Donatello 141 in CSI5* WEF Challenge Cup Round 7

Israel’s Ashlee Bond and Donatello 141 were lightning fast during the $78,000 CSI5* Adequan® WEF Challenge Cup Round 7 in the International Arena on Thursday during the Winter Equestrian Festival’s (WEF) Week 7, sponsored by Lugano Diamonds. Fifty contenders tackled the Steve Stephens (USA) track where some of the easy favorites fell victim to a …

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