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WEG 2006

 

Looking Back at the 2006 World Equestrian Games

EquiSearch's Nancy Jaffer reflects on her favorite moments--and what she'd change--at the World Equestrian Games that ended September 3. | MORE

 

Americans Win Reining Silver, Bronze at WEG

After an exciting tie-breaker, Canadian Duane Latimer wins the reining gold, with the silver going to American Tim McQuay, in World Equestrian Games individual reining. | MORE

 

Madden Wins Individual Jumping Silver at WEG

Jos Lansink takes the gold, Beezie Madden the silver, and Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum the bronze in the individual show jumping competition at the World Equestrian Games. | MORE

 

WEG 2006 Show Jumping Semi-Finals

Madden, Lansink, Alexander and Michaels-Beerbaum go through to tomorrow's Final Four show jumping test at the World Equestrian Games. | MORE

 

Felix Brasseur Wins Four-in-Hand Driving at 2006 WEG

Felix Brasseur of Belgium, wows the crowd at the World Equestrian Games and wins the four-in-hand driving World Championship. | MORE

 

U.S. Reiners Win Gold at 2006 WEG

The U.S. reining team won gold at the 2006 World Equestrian Games for the second time since reining was first included in the Games four years ago. | MORE

 

U.S. Falls to Fifth after Driving Marathon

The U.S. four-in-hand driving team fell to fifth after the marathon segment, and Germany rose to first at the World Equestrian Games. | MORE

 

U.S. Jumping Team Wins Silver at 2006 WEG

McLain Ward and Beezie Madden put in clear rounds to give the U.S. the jumping silver medal at the 2006 World Equestrian Games. Plus, U.S. reiner Matt Mills weighs in on how it feels to be at the Games. | MORE

 

Weber, U.S. Lead Going into Driving Marathon

Chester Weber won the four-in-hand driving dressage segment to give the U.S. the lead going into tomorrow's marathon at the World Equestrian Games. | MORE

 

Madden First in Nations’ Cup Round 1 at 2006 WEG

America's Beezie Madden still leads the field after the first round of Nations' Cup jumping at the 2006 World Equestrian Games. | MORE

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