DressageToday.com – Allison “Ali” Brock and Rosevelt are poised to take it to the top. She and the 14-year-old dark bay Hanoverian stallion (Rostpon-Lore, Lauries Crusador XX), owned by Claudine and Fritz Kundrun, are ranked in the top 50 in the world and are currently sitting at No. 34. Read More…
Palm Beach Post – Making it to the Olympics requires a rock-solid relationship with a horse. Part-time Wellington resident Allison Brock and her horse Rosevelt have formed an inseparable bond over the last seven years. (…)
Brock and “Rosie” were just chosen to join the United States Olympic Dressage Team. They will join four other competitors and their horses, along with an alternate horse and rider, in Brazil in a few weeks. Read More…
Dressage-news.com – When Allison Brock was caring for Flim Flam ridden by Sue Blinks at the World Games two years after team bronze at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 she never thought that one day she would be riding for the United States at the pinnacle of the sport. The journey of getting to represent her country at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was more important than the end result. (Read More)
Dressage-News.com – The United States Olympic team of Steffen Peters on Legolas, Laura Graves on Verdades, Kasey Perry-Glass on Dublet and Allison Brock on Rosevelt was announced Monday by the U.S. Equestrian Federation.
The team for the Olympics at Rio de Janeiro Aug. 8-15 will be competing for the first medal for America since the Athens Games in 2004 with the Grand Prix and Grand Prix Special deciding team medals and the Freestyle individual honors.
USEFNetwork.com – The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named four athlete-and-horse combinations to the U.S. Olympic Dressage Team and one traveling reserve athlete-and-horse combination for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. (…) Dressage competition at the Olympic Games will take place August 8-15, 2016 at the Deodoro Olympic Equestrian Center in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Dressage-news.com – ROTTERDAM, Netherlands, June 25, 2016–Steffen Peters and Rosamunde posted their second straight victory in winning the CDI3* Grand Prix Special Saturday while American team mates Allison Brock and Rosevelt were again third.
For Ali Brock and Rosevelt consistent performances that carried over from Wellington to the two selection events in Europe put the pair among the top four along with Steffen and Legolas, Laura Graves and Verdades and Kasey Perry-Glass expected to be named to the team next week. Rosamunde is expected to travel with the team as a backup.
Dressage-news.com – ROTTERDAM, Netherlands, June 24, 2016–Steffen Peters and Rosamunde won the CDI3* Grand Prix Friday with what the American declared as the “best ride” on the nine-year-old mare while team mate Allison Brock on Rosevelt placed third.
(…) Allison Brock on Rosevelt was third on 73.860 per cent, a performance that likely assures her to be one of four riders and horses plus a reserve combination to be selected for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in six weeks.
Go Team USA!
USEFNetwork.com – Lexington, Ky. – The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named four athlete-and-horse combinations for the CDIO5* and five combinations for the CDI3* at Rotterdam, The Netherlands, June 22-26, 2016.
The following athletes and horses will compete in the CDI3* (in alphabetical order):
Allison Brock (Loxahatchee, Fla.) with Claudine and Fritz Kundrun’s Rosevelt, a 2002 Hanoverian stallion
Go Team USA!