Eurodressage.com – American Olympic team bronze medal winners Allison Brock and the Kundrun’s Hanoverian stallion Rosevelt are the only pair of the team which haven’t made a competition outing yet since the Games last August. After a long break Rosevelt is now back in training and getting ready for his competition debut in the spring.
“He had a long break after Rio and I’ve been legging him up,” Brock told Eurodressage. “He’s in full work but not quite fit enough to be out showing yet, and I won’t bring him out unless I am 100% convinced he’s ready.” Read More…
Dressage-news.com – United States dressage team riders Laura Graves, Kasey Perry-Glass, Allison Brock and Steffen Peters got matching Olympic rings tattoos as a permanent reminder of winning the bronze medal at last summer’s Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The four riders, all in Wellington, Florida for Adequan Global Dressage Festival CDIs, displayed the “still itchy” tatoos for an exclusive photo shoot with dressage-news.com.
Visit the link for more details and to see the exclusive photo!
Dressage-news.com – Allison Brock, the United States team Olympic bronze medal rider, has been named as the athlete representative for the three Olympic disciplines, dressage, eventing and jumping.
Ali, 37 years old and based in Wellington, began her new role this year–officially, the equestrian representative to the U.S. Olympic Committee’s Athletes’ Advisory Council. Because of that position, she also has a seat on the U.S. Equestrian board of directors.
Dressage-news.com – The four United States Olympic bronze medal team riders, Allison Brock, Laura Graves, Kasey Perry-Glass and Steffen Peters on Wednesday were named to the newly-created U.S. Equestrian Elite Program. Debbie McDonald, coach of two of the riders, will return as developing coach.
Dressage-news.com – USA Olympic medalists from dressage, eventing and jumping celebrated at New York’s Central Park Horse Show Friday night. A sold-out stadium with lit up skyscrapers as a backdrop paid tribute to the Americans. The USA and Germany were the only two nations at Rio de Janeiro last month to earn medals in all three disciplines.
In dressage the entire team of Steffen Peters, Laura Graves, Allison Brock and Kasey Perry-Glass that won team bronze – the first dressage medal for America since the 2004 Olympics – plus leader Robert Dover appeared for the celebration.
Dressage-News.com – Laura Graves and Verdades have jumped to No. 4 in the world with Steffen Peters and Legolas in sixth place behind three German Olympic gold medal team combinations, the highest ranking ever for the American Grand Prix champion. The entire United States bronze medal team ranked in the top 30 in the world, surpassed only by Germany with its four team pairs in the top 15.
Kasey Perry-Glass on Dublet climbed to No. 20 from 23rd a month earlier and Allison Brock on Rosevelt to No. 29 from 37th, the highest placings for the other two rider and horse combinations that won the bronze at Rio de Janeiro for the first U.S. Olympic dressage medal since 2004.
www.ProEquineGrooms.com – Kerri Coufal is a Pro Equine Groom who worked with Allison and Rosevelt during the journey to the Rio Olympics.
It’s taken me awhile to get back into my routine here in the States but I finally found time to write this blog! I’ve been asked millions of questions and I can hopefully set the record straight (starting with the odds of me having Zika are pretty slim because I did not see many bugs, besides the giant ants who were stealing grain and shaking the leaves off trees but that’s a different story Holly and I are fascinated with). The team came home with a BRONZE MEDAL and many personal best rides! Read More…
For the rest of Kerri’s updates, check out Kerri’s Road to Rio!
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (August 26, 2016) — World Equestrian Brands’ sponsored athlete Allison Brock and her longtime equine partner Rosevelt, owned by Fritz and Claudine Kundrun, recently returned from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, where they helped the United States Olympic Dressage Team step onto the podium to receive Bronze team medals.
KITV.com – HONOLULU – Kailua’s Allison Brock, along with her three teammates, took the bronze medal in the equestrian dressage at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
“We were just happy to medal because it’s been 12 years since the U.S. has had a team medal, so we were super excited to be on the podium for that. It was very emotional for all of us,” said Brock. Read More…