Articles - 2018 World Equestrian Games

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WEG Diary, Sept. 18: Credit Where Credit Is Due

I’d like to hark back one day to reflect on the superb results achieved in the Eventing World Championship by the British and Irish squads.

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Exell wins third individual Driving gold medal at WEG

Australian driver Boyd Exell proved he remains in a league of his own by securing a third successive individual WEG gold medal.

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Germany Takes the Lead in WEG Dressage

Germany took the lead after the first day of Team Dressage at the 2018 World Equestrian Games over Sweden and the United States, in second and third.

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Canadian Show Jumping Team Heads to Team Final at WEG

The Canadian Show Jumping Team rallied on the second day of team competition at the FEI WEG Tryon 2018 to secure their spot in the Team Final.

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Tryon to Host WEG Eventing Test Event

Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) is proud to announce the return of The Fork at TIEC, the FEI CIC 3*/2*/1* and Horse Trials presented by Lucky Clays Farm, on April 4-8. The CIC 3* division of The Fork competition will also serve as the Ev

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Marilyn Little Leads CIC 3* After Dressage at The Fork

Marilyn Little sits atop the leaderboard in the FEI CIC 3* division at The Fork at Tryon International Equestrian Center after dressage.

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Boyd Exell Leads WEG Driving After Dressage Phase

Australian Boyd Exell produced a driving dressage masterclass at the 2018 World Equestrian Games, with a team of horses he rates his best ever.

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Eventing Competition Underway at Great Meadow International

Competition began with a special combined test on Friday at the Brook Ledge Great Meadow International (GMI), presented by Adequan®.

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WEG Diary: Eight Days And Counting

To start the 8th day of WEG I popped over to the Vaulting arena to watch some freestyles before whizzing over to the Tryon Stadium to catch the Canadian para riders.

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WEG Diary Sept 21: A River Too Wide

Olympic qualification for Canada’s jumpers will have to wait another year. The girls and guys just couldn’t swing it this time.