U.S. qualifies seven riders for the final competition in the 2012 Rolex/FEI World Cup Final in s'-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. Rich Fellers lies in second place overall.
December 3, 2011--Leibler and Watson 108 were invited to represent the US at the 2011 Finals after posting the highest average in the FEI Young Rider Freestyle Test at CDI-Y?s during the qualifying period.
the United States was represented for the first time by male vaulter Gabe Aniello.
January 24, 2012--The CPEDI3* will commence with the F.E.I. jog on Thursday April 26, followed by three days of international para-equestrian competition and awards on Sunday April 29, 2012.
Last year the Breeders' Cup received nine hours of domestic television coverage on ABC/ESPN and to more than 130 countries worldwide. In addition, more than $125 million in winning wagers were returned to fans at betting locations around the globe. This year, Santa Anita Park in Los Angeles, CA, will host the 28th running of the Breeders' Cup World Championships Friday, Nov. 4 and Saturday, Nov. 5.
January 27, 2012--In addition to the U.S.A. and Canada, other countries represented were Bermuda, Finland, Ireland, Japan, and Mexico making up a total of 29 horse and rider combinations to display their top Team Tests.
December 5, 2011--Margie Engle of Wellington, FL, and Indigo were able to secure the victory in the FEI World Cup qualifier, and Engle also finished second with Lord Spezi.