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Thursday 28 August 2014 – 13h59
New Zealand’s Mark Todd, 58, boasts the lengthiest career of any rider at this year’s World Equestrian Games. His first major event was the notorious 1978 World Championships in Lexington, a very different event to this year’s WEG.
Thursday 28 August 2014 – 13h09
REIGNING World Champion Michael Jung is at the head of the leaderboard after the first two sessions of eventing dressage at Le Pin National Stud.
Thursday 28 August 2014 – 13h01
We advise to take the departmental road 926 (Argentan – Nonant le Pin) and strongly advise not to use small roads.
Wednesday 27 August 2014 – 22h59
Sweden’s Dag Albert, a veteran of two World Equestrian Games, only found out last weekend that he was competing in Normandy, all of which meant some frantic last-minute reorganisation at home.
Wednesday 27 August 2014 – 19h13
Pierre Michelet started work on his World Equestrian Games cross-country course two years ago. We caught up with him and discovered what he has used for inspiration.
Wednesday 27 August 2014 – 17h51
A BUMPER 99 event horses representing 27 nations came forward for the first trot up at Le Pin National Stud, marking the start of the long-awaited eventing competition.
Wednesday 27 August 2014 – 09h37
THIS time last year Britain’s Harry Meade was in hospital with two shattered elbows, the result of a horrific rotational fall. The prognosis was poor and his surgeons believed that he would probably never ride again. We caught up with Harry shortly after…