Sandra Auffarth and Opgun Louvo had a beautiful finish to their Luhmühlen weekend, winning the CIC3* and the German National Championship in flawless style on their dressage score of 32.70. The pair did not have a...» Read More!
Andreas Dibowski and Itsy would not yield to the pressure of the stacked leaderboard beneath them, and put in a magnificent clear round to win as hometown favorites in the Luhmühlen CCI4* this morning. The long...» Read More!
It was a safe and competitive cross country trip for the horses and riders in the Luhmühlen four-star division today, but the course did its job all the same. We have an all-new top five leaderboard,...» Read More!
You couldn’t have asked for better conditions at Luhmühlen today, partly cloudy and in the high 60s. The Canadians took full advantage, and were able to cruise home without jumping faults and a handful of jumping...» Read More!
Captain Mark Phillips has been Luhmühlen’s course designer since 2005, its first year as a CCI4* event. In 2013 his contract was extended by three year’s and will end after this year’s event, whereupon Mike Etherington-Smith...» Read More!
History is repeating itself so far at Luhmühlen, where 26-year-old Julien Despontin and Waldano 36 hold the lead in the CCI4* after the first day of dressage, just as the Belgian combination did last year. Their...» Read More!
All 30 CCI4* horses passed muster in the first horse inspection at Luhmühlen this afternoon. Representing the U.S. is Boyd Martin with Crackerjack...» Read More!
The German four-star Luhmühlen kicks off tomorrow and North America’s sole representatives, Boyd Martin and Crackerjack...» Read More!
Turniergesellschaft Luhmühlen announced this morning that Mike Etherington-Smith will assume the role of course designer in 2017....» Read More!
Entries for Luhmühlen, which will be held June 16-19 in Germany, were released this morning, with 40 horses and riders entered in the CCI4*. Boyd Martin and Lucy Boynton Lie’s Crackerjack are the sole four-star entry...» Read More!
I was recently introduced to the Google Translate App at Pau, when competitor (and sole USA finisher!) Katie Ruppel sent me this hilarious screenshot of her translated/mistranslated dinner menu: The app, which is exciting yet...» Read More!