I absolutely have to get more sleep tonight than I have gotten the past couple of nights or Friday’s live blog is going to get a little too exciting. We have some great fun photos...» Read More!
Chelan Kozak, a four-star rider, former Canadian Olympic and WEG rider, Eventing Nation guest writer, and generally one of the coolest people in eventing is kind enough to share her thoughts on all things WEG...» Read More!
Sarah Van Hasslet and Artic Fox Too of Belgium wore a bonnet 1) No one should be surprised to see the Germans leading the dressage by such a big margin Thursday night. The Germans are...» Read More!
Check out photos from Thursday’s morning and afternoon session. Photos by Leslie Threlkeld. All Rights Reserved....» Read More!
A view from the media seating It was all about Germany on day one of dressage at the Kentucky Horse Park. Simone Deitermann was a class above everyone else and leads the individual competition by...» Read More!
My favorite moment during Thursday morning’s dressage was watching Mark Todd ride, but the Germans stole the show by placing first and second. Simone Deiterman had a lovely test with superb trot work and even...» Read More!
Tipperary: I have become increasingly convinced that the US team made a very reasonable decision to keep “Paddy” on the team when the definite entries were named over the weekend. Word is that the cellulitis...» Read More!
The course is big, the course is technical, the course is everything we have been talking about for the last few months and the riders have definitely noticed. Most of the eventers spent Wednesday afternoon...» Read More!
Eventing Nation’s good friend Boyd Martin was kind enough to spend a few minutes chatting with me in front of the camera. Check out Boyd’s thoughts on the first horse inspection, being the lead rider...» Read More!
I am very pleased to announce that we will be live blogging the entire World Equestrian Games eventing competition in cooperation with the USEA. Emily Daily and I will be starting bright and early with...» Read More!
Karen completing her jog with Mandiba Two big things changed for the US team on Wednesday morning–first, Kim and “Paddy” withdrew, and second, Karen and Mandiba were added to the team competition. Everything happened...» Read More!
I have just gotten confirmation that Karen and Mandiba will be added to the US team in Kim’s place. More soon....» Read More!
The most exciting jog that i have ever witnessed just finished–let’s jump right into it. By now, most people have heard that Kim Severson and Tipperary Liadhnan were withdrawn right before the jog on Wednesday...» Read More!
The USEF has just announced that Kim Severson’s US team horse Tipperary Liadhnan has been withdrawn from the WEG jog due to a cellulitis infection. The team vets battled the cellulitis over the past couple...» Read More!
Once again, a huge thanks to Steph for keeping us updated on all things WEG from a competitor’s perspective. Be sure to check out Steph’s site and to give an especially loud cheer for Steph...» Read More!
Eventing at WEG is finally here! Being the perpetual procrastinator I am (which makes John crazy), I’m scrambling at the last minute to be sure I have all the necessary items packed…camera, lenses, batteries, memory...» Read More!
With the eventing portion of the World Equestrian Games just a few days away, all of Lexington is ready for one of the biggest eventing competitions in history. Ok, well maybe half of Lexington is...» Read More!
I have just gotten word that Canada has made their team and individual competitor decisions for the WEGs. The nations have until after the Wednesday jog to pick their riders that will compete in the...» Read More!
The second dressage pair was eliminated on Tuesday when Australia’s Hayley Beresford was asked to leave the ring after her horse, Relampago Do Retiro showed lameness in the second extended trot. The Chronicle is reporting...» Read More!
The FEI has published the eventing definite entries for the World Equestrian Games. 85 eventing competitors from 23 nations are now entered. The definite entries were submitted to the FEI on Saturday and provide a...» Read More!
Dutch rider Adelinde Cornelissen was eliminated during her dressage test Tuesday morning after blood was seen in her horse’s mouth. The C judge and the head of the ground jury, Stephen Clark of Great Britain,...» Read More!
Anyone who takes fun/interesting Eventing Nation related photos such as these photos during the WEGs and sends them to firstname.lastname@example.org will win a gift certificate for a free Eventing Nation hat if their photo is used...» Read More!
The British and US teams faced off at the Land Rover Challenge on Monday–Brits won One week from today we will all be talking about the new eventing world champion. Will we be talking about...» Read More!