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The dressage champion talks Olympic memories, his love for Vegas crowds and the power of David Bowie.

The Equestrian World Cup is back in Vegas—and so is dressage dynamo Steffen Peters

April 15th, 2015

The dressage champion talks Olympic memories, his love for Vegas crowds and the power of David Bowie.

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