Under the fierce glare of the North Carolina sun, after a long week of jumping day after day, Simone Blum has made history. And not just your average history (if there is such a thing): she's changed the course of...Continue reading
Coming into the World Equestrian Games, Italy's Lorenzo de Luca and 10-year-old mare, Irenice Horta, had done exactly four shows together - the WEG rounding things out as lucky number five. And lucky it has been, with the pair rocking and rolling right into the top five seated riders going into Sunday's individual finals.
Lorenzo, ever cool and collected, is all smiles this week. From the expertly designed - and extremely challenging - courses, to navigating a brand new partnership with a mare who pushes athletic to the next level, he's feeling good about his chances to take home a medal. A gold one, to be exact.
With Wings, Karen Polle's 15-year-old KWPN gelding, is truly living up to his name this week. The duo jumped around the supersized 1.55m - 1.65m courses in Tryon, North Carolina with relative ease, leaving enough air to snap a selfie...Continue reading
USA's Adrienne Sternlicht is crying right now. But if you've been keeping an eye on the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, you'll know that those tears are tears of joy. Alongside her teammates - Devin Ryan, Laura Kraut, reserve rider...Continue reading
Don't let those peacock feathers fool you - Dani Goldstein means business. Although she's got the best hair in the biz, her iconic locks are just a lucky bonus here at the World Equestrian Games - and they just may...Continue reading