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Shoes For (Equine) Olympic Athletes

Meet Tokyo Olympic Head Farrier Ben Benson of Great Britain, and learn what it takes to keep high-performance horses shod during the Games.

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2018 WEG Para-Dressage: van der Horst, Morganti Earn Golds

Rixt van der Horst, riding Findsley, and Sarah Morganti, riding Royal Delight, scored Grade III and Grade I gold medals, respectively. Further, Rebecca Hard and El Corona Texel earned the U.S.’s first para-dressage medal, taking bronze in the Grade III ride.

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2018 WEG Eventing: Swedish Horse Euthanized

Box Qutie, ridden by Sweden’s Anna Freskgård, sustained a soft-tissue injury at the end of Saturday’s cross-country. Despite receiving intensive veterinary care, her condition worsened Tuesday and she was euthanized Sept. 19.

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2018 WEG Vaulting: First Rounds in the Books

Switzerland leads the team competition after the initial compulsories while Katharina Luschin (AUT) and Thomas Brusewitz (GER) lead the female and male individual competitions, respectively.

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2018 WEG Eventing: Double Gold for Great Britain

Great Britain secured team gold, followed by Ireland and France taking silver and bronze, respectively. Ros Canter (GBR) and Allstar B earned the individual gold, Padraig McCarthy (IRE) and Mr. Chunky took the silver, and Ingrid Klimke (GER) and SAP Hale Bob OLD took bronze.

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2018 WEG Dressage Freestyle Canceled

After attempting to reschedule the dressage freestyle competition due to extreme rainfall forecast for Sunday’s original time slot of 8:30 a.m., the organizing committee has determined there were no other options but to cancel the event entirely.

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2018 WEG Eventing: Germany Holds Lead After Dressage

Germany holds the lead with a 73.4–the lowest score ever recorded at this stage of a WEG–with Great Britain (80.8) and the United States (83.0) in silver and bronze position, respectively, heading into cross-country.

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