Historical medal record for Team USA at Tryon 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in Para Dressage. Michel Assouline coach-led Roxanne Trunnel, Rebecca Hart, Kate Shoemaker and Annie Peavy, together with strong coaching support from Heather Blitz, Andrea Woodard and Melissa McLaren Velix. The US had not medalled at World Games in Para Dressage ever before and finished 5th in team [...] Continue Reading
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AD Destination and Assouline Dressage's yard manager Jess Thompson won the British Young Horse 5-Year-old International Championship at the Hickstead CDIO meeting with 84%, 3% ahead of the 2nd placed horse! AD Destination was bought as a 3-year-old, has been trained and produced at Assouline Dressage.
Megan Assouline and Ramanda EG took part in their first international abroad, finishing 2nd in both the FEI Individual and Freestyle Junior tests. It was their personal best (70.34%,, 70.54% )
Megan and Ramanda EG were in great form at the Hickstead Premier League with a win in the Junior Team test, followed by a 2nd place in the Advanced Medium 96 Gold with 69.49%. Sara Jane Lanning and Alice Hoppenheimer were respectively 1st and 3rd. It is Megan's first season in Juniors.
Michel Assouline and Amarone, a 12-year-old mare by Gribaldi, placed 2nd in the high profile Hickstead Premier League Internediare II with 70.29%. It is Amarone's first start at the level, after a couple of years breeding and giving birth to a lovely Fursstenball filly last summer.
AD Destination, a 5-year-old Hanoverian by Duisberg (Desperados)/Lauries Cruisador xx, owned by Jane Manley won with Jess Thompson both FEI young horse qualifiers at Hickstead Premier League (80.29%).
Megan Assouline (16) excelled in her very first international at the Keysoe CDI3*/J (16-18 March 2018). Megan was placed in all 3 tests, Team, Individual and Freestyle (6th) and was riding Jane Manley’s Ramanda, a Danish Warmblood mare by Blue Hors Romanov.
Ashleigh-Rose Turner' s Sylvester, an 8 year old Danish Warmblood, won both the Eastern Novice & Elementary Open Regional Championship at Easton & Otley College. Assouline Dressage competition rider Jess Thompson rode Sylvester to two convincing wins of 73.64% & 71.28% . She was also 3rd in the Novice Championship with Destination, a 5 year old Danish Warmblood owned by Jane [...] Continue Reading
Michel receives the British Dressage Medal of Honour from British Dressage Chair Penny Pollard at the Hartpury College National Convention (25-Nov-2017_photo credit Kevin Sparrow)