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Selection specifications for the 2019 World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses

30/01/2019 Selection specifications for the 2019 World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses  The main change this year, in comparison with 2018, is that all horses will have to enter the arena three (3) times, of which at least two (2) participations must be in CDI events. PRE National Trainer Jürgen Koschel will oversee horses […]

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USPRE Week 2019: The PRE Horse Steals the Spotlight

Every year in late January, the United States PRE (USPRE) Association hosts a week-long event which focuses entirely on promoting the Spanish PRE breeds within the United States. This year, USPRE Week will be held from January 22-27, 2019 in Wellington, Florida.  Wellington has long been the epicenter for premiere international riding competitions and even […]

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USPRE President’s Year End Greeting 2018

It has been my privilege to serve another year as President of the Board of Directors of the United States PRE Association. Our association represents over 20,000 registered PRE horses in the United States, serving a community of several thousand breeders, owners and riders. We manage a studbook office in Wellington, Florida, which has brought […]

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USPRE Proudly Announces the Winners of 2018 Copa USPRE Another season of FEI competition for the PRE horses of USPRE has come to an end and USPRE is proud of present the slate of winners of our annual Breeder's Cup, the Copa USPRE. Close to 25 riders declared for this year's Copa, which is limited [...] Continue reading

Nevada High Point Series Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Nevada High Point Series that took place during the month of September at Andalusian World Cup in Las Vegas. We wish you all continued success. National Open- Carolyn Hoffman and Velazquez 1-1 – 70.926% National AA- Danielle Compton and General RM T-2 – 69.423% No Photo Available TFEI- Tina […]

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ANCCE includes a trail assessment for 2 and 3-year-olds in freedom as part of the SICAB 2018 sports program

The novelty this year is that ANCCE will be implementing an assessment system for 2 and 3-year-old colts/fillies in freedom. This test is based on international criteria to assess the movements of the main sport breeds, in an effort to detect talented young horses with abilities for sports. This test is well consolidated throughout Europe. […]

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