Volunteers are the backbone of the sport of eventing. Working long hours on their own time, these generous people are those who keep our events running, even at the highest levels. From the jump judges,...» Read More!
The Event Rider Master Series in Great Britain has announced the competitors for the second leg of their series, which will be held June 11-12 in conjunction with the Branham Park International Horse Trials. There...» Read More!
The words “Clydesdale” and “eventing” don’t necessarily seem to go in the same sentence. Then you look at the likes of Colleen Rutledge’s Covert Rights and Ben Hobday’s Mulrys Error and think twice. It’s time...» Read More!
Thanks to a combination of stellar riding, school spirit and chinchilla karma (it’s real!), the University of Georgia Eventing Team put victory on a leash at the very first USEA Intercollegiate Championship. Ten teams contested the...» Read More!
The first ever USEA Intercollegiate Eventing Championship was a resounding success. With ten schools represented on ten teams, there was no shortage of school spirit, team camaraderie and enthusiasm for the future of the program....» Read More!
A rider on the Houghton International course. Photo courtesy of FlashPastPhotography Nicola Wilson and One Two Many ruled the day at Houghton International Horse Trials in the CICO3*, putting in a sharp double clear round...» Read More!
I didn’t realize until now that my childhood obsession with Breyer Horses was amateur at best, and a travesty of an existence to my talented traditional models at worst. Thanks to YouTube, I’ve now looked back...» Read More!
The crowds, stadium lights, and shallow cups did their job at the Prelim Challenge Gala Saturday night at the Woodside International Horse Trials, and the victories were well-earned. While there were several double clear rounds...» Read More!
Olympic eventing has shape-shifted quite dramatically over the years, with early editions being nearly unrecognizable side-by-side with the modern sport. As we approach the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and with so much discussion taking...» Read More!
Is there anything on planet earth cuter than a leadline class? No, fine citizens of Eventing Nation. There is not. I would like to humbly suggest that we ponder in our hearts as a people...» Read More!
The morning started early at Woodside Horse Park, with the first Preliminary Challenge pair tackling the Ian Stark designed cross country course at 8 a.m. Though time proved costly for some pairs in both divisions,...» Read More!
Lainey Ashker isn’t just a speed demon on the cross country course, she’s a speed demon at uploading her cross country courses to the interwebs, too! A talent for which we can’t thank her enough....» Read More!
It was an eventful day of withdrawals, straggler dressage scores trickling in, and decisive time faults and rails in show jumping at the Houghton International CICO*** in Great Britain. While ultimately no one was able...» Read More!
Who has the swankiest stall set-up? Is it awkward that there are two teams with orange and navy as their cross country colors? Why are the University of Georgia riders wearing sumo wrestling suits? And who...» Read More!
Fifty-two competitors are preparing to contest The Spring Event at Woodside Preliminary Challenge in Woodside, California. Featuring $15,000 dollars in prize money for both the horse and rider divisions, it’s an annual destination event for the...» Read More!
Has it already been a month since Rolex? What a crazy week that was! Who knew that when Michael Jung and fischerRocana FST sailed over that final show jumping fence, cementing their victory and paving...» Read More!
Welcome to the Spring Event at Woodside, featuring the hotly contested and popular Prelim Challenge. Friday was a gorgeous day in Northern California, with a light coastal breeze keeping the temperatures from getting too hot....» Read More!
Just another day at the office for Alliston Equestrian! When it’s 92 degrees in the Sacramento Valley, what do eventers do? Head for The Spring Event at Woodside and the Preliminary Challenge! This year is...» Read More!
Unsurprisingly, nobody today — the second of three days of Houghton CICO3* dressage — could catch Gemma Tattersall and Chico Bella P‘s formidable dressage score of 32.7 from yesterday. To put that number in context,...» Read More!
When we said we wanted increased coverage and wider awareness of equestrian sport at the Olympic level, this wasn’t quite what we had in mind … but hey, a horse is a horse, so we’ll...» Read More!
EN’s contest from our sponsor OCD and Doc’s Products Inc. invites you to share your rehabilitation stories with us. We’ve had some wonderful entries so far and entries are still open through May 31, so don’t forget to...» Read More!
Volunteers are the backbone of eventing and without them our sport would not exist as we know it. That’s why a new program in USEA Area II, being rolled out this week, aims to make...» Read More!
The Virginia Horse Trials is this weekend, and while I won’t be attending this year, it’s still one of my favorite events. The Virginia Horse Center is where I grew up, where I did my...» Read More!