Author Archive for Kate Green

Kate Green has been an equestrian journalist for 25 years, reporting on the last four Olympics and writing eight books on eventing, including Mark Todd's new autobiography, 'Second Chance'.

Defending world champion Michael Jung with La Biosthetique Sam FBW, seen here en route to gold at the 2010 Games in Kentucky, will be bidding to retain his title and claim a team spot for Germany at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

WEG eventing: Germans shape up as hot favourites

Strong competition assured as record entry heads for Haras du Pin.

Tim Price and Wesko finished on their dressage score to claim the honours at the German CCI4* at Luhmühlen at the weekend.

Price is right as Wesko wins Luhmühlen 4*

Kiwi dedicates his first four-star victory to late German eventer Benjamin Winter.

Michael Jung jumps into Luhmühlen lead

Michael Jung jumps into Luhmühlen lead

Clear round smooths way to the top of the leaderboard for German champ.

William Fox-Pitt and Cool Mountain RK3DE2010

Kiwis among favourites at Germany’s Luhmühlen Horse Trials

Competitive field will be vying to impress WEG selectors.

Aussie battles up from 25th to win Badminton Horse Trials

Aussie battles up from 25th to win Badminton Horse Trials

Sam Griffiths wins; only two riders from dressage top 10 finish event.

Peter Flarup and Skip On part company.

Badminton carnage as leaders fall by wayside

Dramatic changes to leaderboard after influential cross-country course.

New Zealand's Jonelle Price is in equal 14th place on The Deputy.

USA’s Clark Montgomery leads Badminton Horse Trials

Six Kiwi riders in top 20 as attention moves to tough new cross-country.

William Fox-Pitt, pictured with Oslo at Badminton last year, heads to this year’s event as world Eventing number one and leader of the FEI Classics series.

Fox-Pitt hot favourite for Badminton Horse Trials

New-look Badminton will challenge horses and riders this weekend.

William Fox-Pitt, joint leader of the FEI Classics, and Seacookie TSF at Burghley. The combination finished second in Kentucky last year.

Fox-Pitt v Nicholson showdown at Kentucky 3DE

Leading eventers go head-to-head at USA’s premier three-day-event.

William Fox-Pitt, who holds the top three places at Les Etoiles de Pau on cross-country leader Seacookie TSF.

Cross-country trifecta for Fox-Pitt at Pau

Two penalties separate WFP’s horses in top three places, with Seacookie holding the lead.

Lucinda Fredericks and Flying Finish lead after the dressage phase at Les Etoiles de Pau.

Fredericks takes over Pau 4* dressage lead

Lucinda Fredericks takes on William Fox-Pitt and Andrew Nicholson for honors at French four-star.

The British team finished the Nations Cup season as champions.From left: British team manager Philip Surl and riders Kitty King, Laura Collett and Izzy Taylor.

Britain wins out in eventing’s Nations Cup battle

Great Britain overhauls Germany at final hurdle to claim series title.

Burghley winner Jock Paget and Clifton Promise.

Kiwi trifecta at Burghley: Paget makes good on Promise

NZ rider takes out Badminton-Burghley 4* double, with Kiwis filling 7 top 10 places.

Jonathan Paget and Clifton Promise.

NZ’s Paget bursts into Burghley lead

Nicholson and Paget both have two in top 10 going into the cross-country phase.

Ingrid Klimke and FRH Butts Abraxxas produce a superb test to take the lead after the first day of dressage at Burghley.

Klimke scores 10 and takes early Burghley lead

Pleasing debut by leading German rider, but there’s another day of dressage left.

The winning German team of (L-R): Michael Jung, Ingrid Klimke, Dirk Schrade, and Andreas Dibowski.

Michael Jung leads Germans to double gold

European Eventing Champs a happy hunting ground for Germans, with Brits in rare team failure.

Sweden's Ludwig Svennerstal and Shamwari 4.

Jung takes Germans to European Champs lead

Germany in line for double gold at eventing champs in Malmo.

Defending champion Michael Jung and Halunke FBW established a clear lead in the individual standings and keep Germany at the top of the team leaderboard at the HSBC FEI European Eventing Championships in Malmö.

Jung takes over European Champs dressage lead

Young horse carries Jung to healthy lead going into Saturday’s cross-country phase in Malmö.

Klimke in early European Champs eventing lead

Klimke in early European Champs eventing lead

Germany’s Ingrid Klimke leads on young horse after first day of dressage.

Defending European Champion and German anchorman Michael Jung trots up Halunke FBW at the first horse inspection for the HSBC FEI European Eventing Championships.

Jung trots up to defend European Eventing Champs title

Seaside town welcomes sport’s leading lights for showcase event.

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