Mieke van Tergouw has sold her pair of international horses to American four-in-hand driver Jim Fairclough. Rolex (v. Scandic) and Lord (v. Lord Sinclair) have arrived safely at Fairclough’s Top Brass Farm in the United States under the supervision of their former groom Mirjam Heidema.
After some confusion over the final results, Dutch four-in-hand drivers in the European Championships in Aachen were able to claim their medals. The silver was for IJsbrand Chardon, who finished just behind Germany's Michael Brauchle; and the bronze went to Koos de Ronde.
The Championship for Young Driving Horses was among the many competitions held on this first day of the KWPN Championships. Worthy champions and few at the bottom: that was the jury's conclusion after the dressage-, cones-, and marathon tests.
It’s been non-stop success for the Netherlands at the WEG in Caen! Just now,…
Chester Weber won not only the division but his 11th USEF National Four-in-Hand Championship. The championship also serves as the Selection Trial for the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG).