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Steiny Stars in New York

Julie Brougham is ecstatic after Vom Feinsten produced possibly the best two tests of his life at the CDI at Saugerties at the weekend. The Kiwi combo scored 70.277% for their Grand Prix Special and 69.609% for their Grand Prix, in front of a top quality line of international judges. “He...

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First Comp Looms for WEG Dressage Reps

New Zealand’s WEG dressage representatives get their first taste of American competition this weekend with a CDI in Saugerties. Julie Brougham and John Thompson are both excited to see how their horses are after the long trip over. Both riders say they’ve “trod a bit of water” as...

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Warning About Use of Ear Hoods

Incidents have been noted both in NZ and overseas where the horse while being ridden, has either shaken it's  head while on  a  long rein, or been allowed to rub it head on its leg resulting in both the ear hood and the bridle detaching themselves from the horse with the rider still mounted....

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Consistency Key in WEG Build-Up

At a time when many are opting to take a slower road, New Zealand dressage representative Julie Brougham is pushing more boundaries. The inspirational 64-year-old from Palmerston North was the oldest athlete across the entirety of the Rio Olympic Games and she’ll likely be the matriarch of...

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Boxes Ticked and Campaign Rolling

                     There’s plenty of rallying around to support New Zealand’s dressage riders Julie Brougham and John Thompson who will represent the nation at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games . . . and that heartens chef d’equipe and sport manager Wendy Hamerton. And...

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Dressage Youth Team Selected for Queensland Challenge

Young Riders Selected for Queensland Challenge  A reciprocal invitation from Dressage Queensland has created a spring of excitement for three motivated and ambitious young riders as they prepare for the challenge of riding borrowed horses at the Queensland Youth Dressage Championships at the...

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FEI Proposed Dressage Rule Changes for 2019

2019 FEI Rule Proposals This link is to the proposed FEI Dressage rule changes for 2019. These changes will apply to all competitions run under FEI rules in NZL.  NF NZL uses FEI tests at many events but these are run under ESNZ Dressage rules Dressage NZ has a policy to follow the FEI rules...

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Next Stage Underway for JT and AJ

New Zealand 2018 WEG dressage representative John Thompson is beaming from ear to ear. “I am overwhelmingly proud to be carrying a silver fern after being selected to compete in Tryon,” says the Waikato rider. John has now joined his horse JHT Antonello in the United States. The journey...

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Hello D’Ottie and Sarah Wilkinson pass first horse inspection in Ermelo

Sarah Wilkinson and the six year old Jazz mare Hello D'Ottie have passed the first test - the horse inspection at the Longines |FEI WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for young horses.  They will compete in the first six year old class at 4.11pm GER time on Friday (Saturday 2.11am NZL...

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Sarah Wilkinson & Hello D’Ottie selected to represent NZL at Ermelo in FEI World Young Horse Championships

Sarah Wilkinson and the six year old KWPN mare Hello D'Ottie (Jazz/Uni D'Ottie/Sandro Hit)have been selected to represent NZL at the Longines FEI /World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo (NED) from 2-5 August. Two weeks later they will compete again at Ermelo in the...

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