Tag: "WEG 2014"

Mark Todd and Oloa

Kiwis at Gatcombe for WEG hitout

Popular event at Princess Anne’s home will feature many World Equestrian Games contenders.

WEG mascot Norman enjoys the jumping at the test events in June.

Definite WEG starters revealed in 2 weeks

France to host 1080 horses and 966 athletes from 74 countries.

Britain loses second WEG eventing horse to injury

Britain loses second WEG eventing horse to injury

Billy Beware joins Allercombe Ellie on the bench, with replacements yet to be named.

Australia's Joann Formosa and Worldwide PB are third after the Grade Ib team test.

Australia names para-equestrian team for WEG

London 2012 gold medalist Joann Formosa heads WEG debutante team.

The Games Village.

Final push on to ready WEG venues

All hands on deck as final touches applied before horses and athletes converge on Normandy.

Games mascot Norman is all set with his tickets for WEG 2014.

80,000 WEG tickets still available

Tickets available for four disciplines, but selling fast.

The Kapiti Vaulting club team, pictured with ESNZ's Warrick Allen, head to the departure lounge.

Historic Kiwi vaulting team on way to World Equestrian Games

First ever vaulting team from New Zealand en route to France.

Gareth Hughes and DV Stenkjers Nadonna

Brits name dressage team for WEG 2014

Michael Eilberg and Carl Hester also reserves on second horses.

Ireland's WEG Chef d'Equipe Amanda Renouard.

Ireland qualifies full dressage team for WEG

Final team to be selected next week; World Games Chef d’Equipe appointed.

Neue Schule Ambassador Danielle Goldstein and Carisma competing at the Thunderbird Horsepark.

Israeli showjumper Danielle Goldstein qualifies for WEG

Pioneering Israeli equestrian aiming to secure a medal at the World Equestrian Games.

Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, it's off to WEG we go

Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, it’s off to WEG we go

Is putting Dopey in charge of anti-doping measures a good idea?

WEG to be televised in more than 200 countries

WEG to be televised in more than 200 countries

Official broadcasters reveal their plans for Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

The Akhal Teke.

Quarter horse added to WEG roster of honored horses

American breed joins Akhal Teke, Norman Cob, and Moroccan Barb as honored horses.

The record-breaking numbers of WEG 2014

The record-breaking numbers of WEG 2014

2014 FEI World Equestrian Games in France look set to break all the records.

Graeme Thom

Canada loses eventing leader in run-up to WEG

Jacky Green to take over as Canadian eventing Chef d’équipe for World Equestrian Games.

Christopher Burton made Adelaide history with catch ride TS Jamaimo when winning the HSBC CCI4*.

Australia names eventing team for World Equestrian Games

Two Aust based riders named in squad of six.

Kathryn Robinson and Let It Bee.

Technicality forces change to Canada’s WEG eventing team

Kathryn Robinson deemed “ineligible” for selection.

Britain's Izzy Taylor and Allercombe Ellie lead the CCI*** at Tattersalls after Saturday's cross-country.

Britain loses eventing horse from WEG squad

Announcement expected “in due course” on replacement for Allercombe Ellie and Izzy Taylor.

Anthea Dixon and Doncartier in action in Belgium earlier this year.

NZ to send para-rider to World Equestrian Games

Paralympian Anthea Dixon to wear silver fern at Normandy for WEG 2014.

Games mascot Norman, who will wear a JustWorld t-shirt at the Games, with JustWorld's Pedro Cebulka.

JustWorld added to WEG charity roster

The Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games has added humanitarian organization JustWorld International to its roster of charities that it is supporting.

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