Burghley officially begins tomorrow with the first horse inspection, and all of the U.S. riders slated to compete have safely arrived on the grounds. I have to say, Burghley is definitely one of the most...» Read More!
Week two of the World Equestrian Games officially kicked off today, with the vaulters and the show jumpers finally getting their chance to have the spotlight. In the show jumping competition, the Team and Individual...» Read More!
We know you’re still nursing your WEG hangover in an effort to restore your sanity before Burghley kicks off, but we’ve got one more video to show you during your recovery process. We’ve been posting...» Read More!
With the recent announcement by HRH Princess Haya that she will not run for re-election this year, the presidential position at the FEI has officially opened up. Six candidates have submitted applications to be the...» Read More!
Can’t say we didn’t see it coming. All week the Games had been struggling to accommodate crowd numbers that were less than half of 50,000 spectators Haras du Pin was anticipating for cross-country day. Jenni...» Read More!
I have many stories to tell about the three-ring circus that was eventing at the World Equestrian Games, but one of the most egregious things I witnessed took place just after show jumping concluded on Sunday afternoon....» Read More!
Tales of horses and riders who triumphed at WEG will undoubtedly continue to pour out of Normandy in the coming weeks, and Camilla Spiers and Portersize Just A Jiff are one such combination on top of...» Read More!
In response to how Team USA will move forward after failing to finish a team at this year’s World Equestrian Games, part of coach David O’Connor’s answer hinged on our horse power: “We need more horses, there’s...» Read More!
Hot on the heels of WEG 2014, it’s Burghley week! If you think you’ve got a WEG hangover from following all the madness this past weekend, just think about the riders who are coming straight...» Read More!
Now that the EN team has landed back in the U.S. — land of late-night pizza delivery, 24-hour gas stations and high-speed internet — we’re playing catch up on all the content we hoped to...» Read More!
Wow, the year just continues to fly by! It’s hard to believe that WEG, the event we were all waiting for, has come and gone, and Burghley is just around the corner. Onyx is shedding...» Read More!
Did you miss out on the live action from the eventing finale in Normandy yesterday? Well, you’re in luck! Thanks to Universal Sports, we’ve got video of Sandra Auffarth, Michael Jung, and William Fox-Pitt show...» Read More!
It’s a day off from WEG competition today, but there is still plenty of action to come in the next week. Vaulting, show jumping, driving… I’m not sure I could pick a favorite among those! So many sports to watch and not nearly enough time....» Read More!
A big event at Kentucky Horse Park wrapped up this weekend: the Kentucky Classique Horse Trials. Running divisions from Beginner Novice to Advanced Intermediate, the weekend was sure to be a busy one. Judging by...» Read More!
While we’re nursing our WEG hangover (and binging even more as more disciplines begin competition this week!), it’s a good time to reflect on the past week and all of its ups and downs. What...» Read More!
While Five Points is the only Advanced or CIC3* division running on the east coast, the west coast is running three of them. Aspen Farms is running an Advanced while Copper Meadows is holding both...» Read More!
While the dust from the eventing portion of WEG settles down, we’ve got another big weekend upcoming. Burghley starts this week! We’ve got a strong American contingent sent to contest one of the biggest tracks...» Read More!
And just like that, the WEGs are over and I’m already looking forward to the 2018 WEGs in Canada. I have to admit that I’m very glad that the WEGs coincided with a three-day weekend because I know more...» Read More!
It’s the end of a very interesting week in Normandy, and our weary eventers, both four-legged and two, are packing up and headed home for a much deserved rest. While I’m sure Buck, Boyd, and...» Read More!
There were more top eventers in the press room than you could shake a jumping bat at following today’s competition. All three medal-winning teams were in attendance to field questions about how they felt the...» Read More!
We came, we fought, we didn’t conquer. It’s been a heartbreaking week for the North American contingent — with Boyd Martin and Shamwari 4′s eighth-place finish standing out as a bright spot — and all...» Read More!
It’s been a nail-biting day here at D’Ornano Stadium complete with the sort of surprise ending that makes eventing such an exciting sport — it’s never over until the last jump of the last competitor...» Read More!
Here’s what would have happened today in a perfect world: Canada jumps clear rounds, while Ireland pulls enough rails to give the Cannucks a sixth-place team finish — and an automatic ticket to the 2016...» Read More!