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LANE ONE: Equestrian’s answer to a Games in distress: Bigger isn’t better

You don’t usually find much equestrian coverage in The Sports Examiner. Its regional or worldwide international competitions are limited in view of the costs of moving horses and people around, and it is a fourth-tier sport in terms of impact and viewership in the Olympic Games. But the manner in which the sport’s international federation […]
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EQUESTRIAN: Lessons from the World Equestrian Games

The World Equestrian Games concluded on Sunday in Mill Spring, North Carolina, completing a hectic two weeks of activity that started with housing problems for grooms and Hurricane Florence and ending with some spectacular riding in the Jumping competitions. The FEI noted that about 200,000 spectators took in the event, far less than hoped for, […]
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EQUESTRIAN: Team Jumping on Friday in World Equestrian Games

The quadrennial World Equestrian Games are heading toward the finish with the classic Jumping competitions now underway at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina. After the first of two rounds in the team Jumping event, Switzerland, the U.S. and Germany were in the top three places, with the final round on […]
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EQUESTRIAN: British sweep Eventing in World Equestrian Games

The worst of the weather has passed and competition resumed at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina with the Eventing program on Monday. Great Britain was the big winner in what used to be called the Three-Day Event, winning both the individual gold with Rosalind Canter, […]
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EQUESTRIAN: Werth, weather dominate World Equestrian Games

Germany’s Isabell Werth continued a quarter-century of domination of Dressage at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina, but has shared the headlines with the weather. Although Hurricane Florence has not hit the venues directly, the heavy rainfall has led to the cancellation of the Endurance competition […]
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EQUESTRIAN: Hurricane Florence impacting World Equestrian Games

The World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina is underway, but already suffering from the effects of wet weather and high humidity, some of which is directly attributable to the impact of Hurricane Florence. The Endurance competition, a non-Olympic event, was canceled because of the danger to the […]
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EQUESTRIAN Preview: World Equestrian Games starting in North Carolina

The entire equestrian world only gets together twice every four years, once at the Olympic Games and once at the World Equestrian Games, being held from 11-23 September in Mill Spring, North Carolina at the Tryon International Equestrian Center. Some 702 riders from 68 nations will compete in 29 events in eight disciplines, including the […]
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