Pamela Young

Articles by Pamela Young - 10 results

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Kevin Staut: Making the World a Better Place

French show jumper Kevin Staut believes in five fundamental values of performance sport: Passion, Excellence, Performance, Ethics, and Perseverance

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Ben Maher: Glory Days, Again

Ben Maher, Member of the Order of the British Empire and leader of the Longines Global Champions Tour rankings, is as hot as hot can be.

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Steffen Peters’ Full Life

Steffen Peters has dominated the dressage scene in the United States, as his country’s top performer, for the better part of the 21st century.

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New Eventing World Champion: Rosalind Canter

Ros who? Readers will be forgiven for not recognizing the name of eventing’s new world champion rider Rosalind Canter, of Great Britain.

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Like Father, Like Sons: The House of Philippaerts

The twin sons of Belgian show jumping great, Ludo Philippaerts – Nicola and Olivier – have established themselves as bona fide members of the 5* community.

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Hans Peter Minderhoud Has Dutch Podium Dreams

Dutch dressage rider Hans Peter Minderhoud is a team player whose ambition is to help lift his beloved compatriots back to the centre step of the podium.

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Australian Eventer Andrew Hoy Never Looks Back

Australian eventer Andrew Hoy, who competed in his first Olympic Games in 1984, is aiming for a record eighth Games with Vassily de Lassos.

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American Dressage Dynamo Extraordinaire Robert Dover

One of the most recognizable figures in the dressage world, Robert Dover has represented the US at six Olympic Games and multiple world championships.

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Ilan Ferder: Professional Horse Trader & Matchmaker

Talented matchmaker Ilan Ferder has an approach to finding horses and pairing them with the right riders, which is both comprehensive and successful.

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British Eventer Piggy French’s Long Road to Stardom

Recently, Great Britain’s Georgina ‘Piggy’ French won her first-ever five-star event after 25 attempts, and a decade competing in the sport.