Fall Focus – World Equestrian Games and Indoors

As we enter into November 2010, once again we have worldwide reasons to celebrate equestrian sport, including show jumpers, hunter and equitation riders from both coasts and across the ocean. Competing for the ultimate win of the year if not of their junior or professional career, many riders have ridden to recognition in the last month.

Three weeks have passed since the WEG and Capital Challenge closed. The shows go on as well as the riders. Certainly Belgian rider Phillippe Le Jeune left Kentucky with the win of a lifetime while Rodrigo Pessoa has taken the Indoor Grand Prix circuit by storm. West Coast rider Hannah Goodson-Cutt, continues to dominate the older Junior Hunter Divisions, Large and Small. Read our overview of the WEG in all its glory, including inside scoops from WEF President Michael Stone, US Show Jumping Team Selector Bernie Traurig as well as WEG Course Analyzing with Guilherme Jorge and Hap Hansen. Plus yet another West Coast junior making her mark throughout the world, Lucy Davis, and an Indoors report to date.

We wish you all a fabulous fall and hope you had a Happy Halloween!

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