Beezie Madden claimed a second victory in as many weekends as the International Equestrian Federation Jumping World Cup season continued in Lexington.
Beezie Madden showed her class again by winning the latest leg of the Jumping World Cup season in Washington D.C.
Beezie Madden, riding Breitling LS, won her second Longines International Equestrian Federation World Cup Jumping title in Paris today, despite faulting for the first time in three days of competition.
Double Olympic champion Beezie Madden of the United States took a quick step towards replicating her Longines World Cup Show Jumping Final of five years ago as she and her horse Breitling LS won the opening speed competition of the 2018 Final in Paris.
United States became the first ever all-female team to win in the 91-year history of the Nations Cup Jumping competition at the Aga Khan Cup in Dublin.
Hosts United States claimed victory at the second leg of the Furusiyya International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup Jumping series with Beezie Madden helping them through a nervy final round in Ocala in Flordia.
France’s Penelope Leprevost emerged victorious with Flora de Mariposa on the opening leg of the 2015-2016 International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Jumping Western European League in Oslo.
Switzerland’s Steve Guerdat showed exactly why he is the Olympic champion after coming out on top in a gripping second round of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) World Cup Jumping Final at the Thomas & Mack Arena in Las Vegas.