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This is the place to find your perfect Baroque Stallion to breed with.Read More
Vienna, September 30th, 2014 – The life of the Lipizzaner stallions of the Spanish Riding School can very well be compared to that of a top athlete. The riders work with the horses gently and individually to build up their muscles and to prepare them for their performances. Between the age of twelve and twenty-five the stallions show performances of the High School of classical horsemanship in Vienna as well as on worldwide tours.Read More
Issue 17 (SEPT/OCT/NOV) 2014
In this issue we focus on the breeding season and Working Equitation besides many other interesting articles.Read More
The Grand Prix at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games certainly did not disappoint! It was a very competitive class with over 100 starters, 98 of which competed over Monday and Tuesday. It is very exciting that we will see two PREs and one Lusitano in the Grand Prix Special tonight, with both Norte Lovera, Grandioso and Robinson De Lafront Demassa finishing in the top 30.Read More
What a great start to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games! The PREs, Lusitanos and Friesians certainly had the crowd’s support in both the Grand Prix and Para-Dressage.
It is a strong, competitive field with many excellent horses and skilful riders. It is nice to see the Baroque Horses in amongst it and we can’t wait for day two of competition – starting today at 4pm AEST.Read More
The World Equestrian Games competition starts today! We have the lovely Catia Castro on scene for BHM Media; our next issue will have a great feature on the competition and interviews!
For those of you lucky enough to be in Normandy, France, we hope you are all having a wonderful time!! And for those of us at home we are lucky to have live streaming.
It is a very exciting time for the Lusitano breed. Brazil and Portugal recently announced the teams that will represent their respective countries in dressage at the World Equestrian Games. The Lusitano is well represented by both Brazil and Portugal, with both countries having top riders on exceptionally talented purebreds.Read More