Pearse Lyons, Irish-Born Self-Made Kentucky Billionaire, Sponsor of 2 World Games, Dies–1944-2018

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‘I loved her from the moment I saw her’: HOYS champion dies unexpectedly

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Laura Graves Stays Atop Global Dressage Festival Prize Money Rankings With $43,000 So Far

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9 things you might not know about transporting horses by aeroplane

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‘We’ve been losing for too long’: Ben Maher on British Nations Cup triumph

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