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Germany Wins Dual World Championship in Normandy; Team USA in Good Spirits as Boyd Martin Places Eighth

Germany struck gold twice at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy, capturing both the team and individual gold medals for eventing on Sunday.
Germany’s team score of 177.9 was followed by Great Britain with silver (198.8) and the Netherlands with bronze (246.8).

Haras du Pin Takes Some Surprising Prisoners, But Riders Agree the Cross-Country Course Was a Fair Test

“It was technical, and the terrain was grueling and the footing was rubbish.  You string those three things together, and it was tough going,” said Boyd Martin right after he crossed the finish line on cross-country Saturday at Haras du Pin. He stood in ninth place individually (59.5) going into Sunday’s stadium jumping phase of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy.

After Dressage, the Eventing World Championship Is Still Anyone’s Game

The US Eventing Team is in third position after two days of dressage, with a provisional team score of 138.8 in the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy. Germany leads the team standings with 116.9 team points, followed by New Zealand with 125.5. A German rider, Sandra Auffarth, holds the individual lead as well with a score of 35.

Podcast: Jo Whitehouse and Vicki Dudasch


USEA CEO Jo Whitehouse summarizes the issues that were addressed at the recent USEA Board Meeting, and talks to Vicki Dudasch about the new Adult Pony Rider Award that has been created in honor of her daughter Avery. This award will be presented to the highest placed rider, aged 17 and over, on a pony (14.2hh and under) in the Beginner Novice, Novice and Training Divisions at the Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships next month.


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