Allison Springer and Arthur are back in familiar territory at Carolina International, leading the CIC3* on 40.7 at the lunch break on day two with just one more group to come this afternoon. These two...» Read More!
Horses can’t talk and yet they manage to express themselves just fine, thankyouverymuch. Hang around them long enough and you’ll have no trouble reading them loud and clear just by looking at their face. Can...» Read More!
On my way to my favorite event today! I’m only running the Open Intermediate, as it is my horse’s first event of the year. This sounds kinda nuts now, because these days the event season...» Read More!
In what will develop into a busy week at the Cloud 11~Gavilan North LLC Carolina International CIC, today felt fairly low key. It was only the first of three (yes, three) days of dressage, and...» Read More!
Louis M is no stranger to EN readers. An EquiRatings record holder with his former pilot Pia Münker, imagine our delight when he arrived in America as a new mount for Eventing 25 rider Cornelia Dorr....» Read More!
With three ladies topping the CIC3* leaderboard at the Cloud 11 ~ Gavilan North Carolina International following the first day of dressage, this afternoon’s press conference had a definite girl power vibe. Our top three, Jennie Brannigan,...» Read More!
Carolina International was the very first event I traveled to as a part of the EN team four years ago, and it will always have a special place as one of my favorite spring prep...» Read More!
It’s a blustery day here at the Carolina Horse Park as we kick off three full days of dressage at the Cloud 11 ~ Gavilan North Carolina International, which has quickly grown to be one...» Read More!
Carolina International is now entering its fourth year, having grown leaps and bounds into one of the can’t-miss Rolex preparation events. This is another show that offers the option to choose between entering the CIC3*...» Read More!
Jordan Linstedt definitely wins the prize for the farthest distance traveled amongst the competitors of Carolina. Jordan arrived at the Carolina Horse Park on Monday with her Rolex horse Revitavet Capato in tow, with the...» Read More!
Carolina International is upon us and we can’t wait to see this year’s courses — there’s always a lot to do out there. Jenni Autry and Leslie Threlkeld are on the scene for EN and...» Read More!
What’s in Your Ring? is an EN series sponsored by Attwood Equestrian Surfaces in which riders share their favorite jumping exercises. It’s easy to get stuck in a training rut, and we hope this will inspire you...» Read More!
The Fork Horse Trials will take place at its new home at the Tryon International Equestrian Center for the first time April 5-9, 2017. Mark Bellissimo of Tryon Equestrian Partners and his team have been...» Read More!
Rolex Kentucky entries have just gone live, and we have 20 pairs entered at this first update. Entries opened on Feb. 28 and riders have until March 28 to submit their paperwork, so the entry...» Read More!
In this industry, whether as farriers or professional horseman, we seem to struggle with identity. What is it with our identity? This drive to be so important....» Read More!
It’s easy to look around any given event and find a volunteer. Which makes it even easier to say ‘thank you’ to that volunteer and to all of the others whom you encounter throughout the...» Read More!
There’s a lot of talk about getting “the public” out to equestrian events. But let’s say you manage to get them right where you want them: ringside. Now what? What is going through the minds...» Read More!
The entry list for the 2017 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton CCI4* has just been released, and we’re excited to see a big North American contingent represented this year. Eighty-five horses with the most points in international...» Read More!
One of my favorite articles on Horse Nation last year was about how the horses and their gear got to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics. From the travel arrangements to health checks and baggage...» Read More!
It was Barb Crabo, in an interview at the 2013 AEC at the Texas Rose Horse Park, who said, “just get a nice book on tape and drive.”...» Read More!
It was a perfect finish for the weekend in the land of Chill Vibes, as Nikki Ayers and Rubicon led and conquered the Advanced division wire to wire. Thanks in no small part to his genuine...» Read More!
Equestrian Australia has updated their National Squads for Eventing, with two U.S. based riders making their mark in the upper levels, and one young rider included on the Youth Squad. Dom Schramm makes the list with...» Read More!
Heaven knows I am a different person after a good yoga power session, and when I’m consistently working on my poses in class and at home, I’m a completely different rider. So why should it...» Read More!