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Postcard 1: Final Olympic Show Jumping Trial

[/caption] San Juan Capistrano, Calif., May 22, 2004 -- The Olympic show jumping selection trials are racing to an exciting--and complicated--finish at the Oaks Blenheim Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park,...

Debbie McDonald: Olympic Dressage Team Kicking It in England

July 16, 2012--It has been a few days since my last update and wanted to fill you in on what was happening. The horses continue to be doing very well,...

North America Dominates Olympic Show Jumping Again

For complete official results, click here. Hong Kong, August 21, 2008 -- North America, which dominated the Olympic team show jumping, did the same in the individual medal...

Postcard: 2012 Olympic Dressage Selection Trial

Legolas' total for the four trials (two Grands Prix, two Specials, each counting 25 percent) was 77.653 percent. Second in the trials with a total of 76.873 was Tina Konyot...

Update: Final 2012 Olympic Show Jumping Trial

March 25, 2012 -- It was the perfect set-up to a dramatic ending for the Olympic show jumping team selection trials/national championship. Katie Monahan Prudent, Reed's trainer, agreed with Margie, an...

Bulletin: 2008 Final U.S. Olympic Dressage Trial

San Juan Capistrano, Calif., June 29, 2008 -- Fabulous freestyle performances, incredible scores and a wildly enthusiastic crowd made the finale of the Olympic dressage trials an afternoon...

Steve Stephens: Designing an Olympic Show-Jumping Course

Reprinted from the August 2008 issue of Practical Horseman magazine. To learn how to analyze show-jumping questions to maximize performance from the designer himself, see "The Heartbeat of a Course"...

Olympic Grand Prix Dressage, Day Two

And what of the U.S.? It's fifth on 72.801, behind Denmark (73.845), and unlikely to march into medal territory on Tuesday, when the awards are handed out after the Grand...

Plumb to Join U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame

April 18, 2008 -- Eight-time Olympian J. Michael Plumb will become the first equestrian inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, Presented by Allstate. The induction ceremony will take...

Postcard: Final U.S. Olympic Eventing Outing

[/caption] Allentown, N.J., July 14, 2004 -- The final outing for the short-listed Olympic eventing hopefuls on July 13 was a long day, but at the end of it, the...

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