Continued from Part I … It is important to take the full context of any situation into account and understand that people often get into trouble because of ignorance rather than intent. The main aim...» Read More!
Following on the USET Foundation’s successful World Equestrian Games fundraising gala in Wellington, Florida last month, the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team is set to hold its own fundraiser in Aiken, South Carolina next week....» Read More!
Sunny & 75 in February? Yes, Please! Welcome to winter in Aiken. Paradise Farm hosted a bustling one-day event Friday with Beginner Novice through Preliminary levels. It was a full day practically running from sun-up to...» Read More!
In October 2016, Area VI lost a beloved member in Kris Belford Ferguson. Kris was a loving wife, devoted mother of two children, friend to all, and woman of many talents who harbored a lifelong...» Read More!
It’s February 14! Whether you celebrate Valentine’s Day, Galentine’s Day or some other version of the holiday, we have a special giveaway to treat yourself today. We’re teaming up with SmartPak to give one lucky EN reader a...» Read More!
It was a busy weekend at the Florida Horse Park as competitors geared up for the Ocala Winter I Horse Trials presented by Ocala Ranches. You’ve got a front row seat to watch some of the...» Read More!
The 2018 International Eventing Forum took place at Hartpury College, a leading education and competition centre in Gloucestershire, England, on the 5th of February. For a full report of the first session of the day, led...» Read More!
We love living (and learning!) vicariously through clinic reports. We are excited to share this one from Area V Adult Rider Coordinator Greta Hallgren, who competes at the Prelim level with her OTTB Elianna. Have a...» Read More!
Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass (JA) has been announced as this year’s official Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event charity....» Read More!
Age is just a number and I supposed career starts are too. While they haven’t quite reached ‘War Horse’ status, the three horses we’re spotlighting today have all surpassed 30 career races and that’s got...» Read More!
The USEA’s Young Event Horse, Future Event Horse and Instructors’ Certification Programs are teaming up again this year for the mega USEA Educational Symposium, Feb. 19-22, 2018, in Ocala, Florida. Whether you have close ties...» Read More!
Laura Crump Anderson is an Equestrian Fitness Specialist at InForm Fitness Leesburg. She is certified as a personal trainer by the American College of Sports Medicine and specializes in working with riders of all ages and...» Read More!
When there were 16 clear for the jump-off in the $132,000 Adequan Grand Prix CSI3*, coach McLain Ward knew his student Adrienne Sternlicht was going to have to get creative in her ride for the...» Read More!
Stable View hosted their second recognized event of the year earlier this week, January 30th-31st, offering Preliminary through Beginner Novice divisions. With 132 riders and the beautiful South Carolina weather, this event was a massive weekday...» Read More!
Event Rider Masters has unveiled the 2018 series calendar, with three legs in the United Kingdom and three legs in continental Europe, including a new leg added at Concours Complet d’Arville in Belguim. The 2018 Event Rider Masters prize fund of...» Read More!
The Emerging Athlete Eventing 25 winter training session wrapped up earlier this month in Ocala, Florida, January 8-11. We are excited to introduce you to some of the riders making their debut on the E25 list,...» Read More!
It’s happened to all of us: you’re at a new barn, happily helping with chores when a more seasoned worker hands you a lead rope and halter and says, “Can you bring in old Duchess? She’s...» Read More!
We are very pleased to wish a warm EN welcome to Area X’s newest event, Southern Arizona H.T.! Held at the Pima County Fairgrounds in Tuscon, Arizona, the inaugural competition will take place March 24-25,...» Read More!
Want to to ride at an FEI event or the AECs without “officially” qualifying or paying the entry fees? Consider doing the test ride. I rode three test rides last year that were invaluable. I...» Read More!
A recent study from the University of Kentucky found that last year’s Kentucky Three-Day Event resulted in a $14.2 million impact on Kentucky’s economy....» Read More!
You know those moments when it feels like a lightbulb gets switched on in your brain? In a new weekly series presented by Attwood Equestrian Surfaces, eventers share their ah-ha! moments. Today, we introduce the...» Read More!
New year, new approach to training? Maybe. Sometimes, when you look at a season from the beginning to the end, and make all sorts of plans for yourself and your horse, it all looks clear....» Read More!
This weekend US Equestrian wrapped up its 2018 Annual Meeting in Lexington, Kentucky. Under the theme, “Bringing Joy, Embracing Change,” this organization brought nearly 30 breed and...» Read More!