I might be starting today last in my division at Camelot, but I’m still thrilled with the weekend so far. Sure our Dressage was it’s typical underwhelming performance, but yesterday’s cross country more than made up...» Read More!
Happy Fourth of July, EN! We hope you have a fun and safe evening chowing down on burgers and dogs, watching fireworks, playing with sparklers (my favorite!) and celebrating America’s independence. Happy Fourth of July!...» Read More!
In life, Seema Sonnad gave immeasurably to the sport she loved and to her friends. So after she is gone, we just can’t stop her legacy, so those of us who loved and respected her...» Read More!
July is my most nerve wracking time of the year. Here’s how I deal. This post originally appeared on Horse Nation. Before the Crazy 1. Take a current photo of every pet — including horses...» Read More!
There will not be a CCI2* Championship division at the July 14-19 FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championship this year due to “insufficient international entries.” Instead, there will be a non-championship CCI2*-Under 21...» Read More!
Shh… don’t be too loud. West Coasters are waking up this morning after what can only be described as an epic competitor party at Camelot’s inaugural recognized event. Today is cross country day and the...» Read More!
Do you currently have a horse who gets spooky and tense in warm-up or other situations? Who better to give some timely advice than William Fox-Pitt himself? In this ‘Tips From the Top’ video from...» Read More!
Happy (almost) Fourth of July! Since I’m somewhat red, white and blue obsessed, I definitely love Independence Day. It is first and foremost a day to be thankful for the freedoms that we are lucky...» Read More!
Get your party pants on, people! Chatt Hills’ host site, Bouckaert Farm, is bringing the heat this weekend with a competitor’s party to end all competitor’s parties. As you may know, the property has been used...» Read More!
As most equestrians are aware, the loss of land is a serious problem when looking at the future of our sport. This is why this weekend in Butte Valley, California, is so exciting — not...» Read More!
Michael Jung has retaken the No. 1 spot in the latest FEI World Eventing Athlete Rankings, now holding a 17-point lead over William Fox-Pitt. Michael originally took the top slot for the first time in his...» Read More!
Fourth of July weekend coming up!! Pretty excited to see a friend become a U.S. citizen early tomorrow morning at Monticello, then ride my horses in the middle of the day, and then go to...» Read More!
As I look back on my personal journey with my own OTTB, I can’t help but wonder at the sense of pride that comes from producing a horse yourself. Until this horse, I’ve spent more...» Read More!
This has to be one of the coolest things we’ve seen in awhile. If you’ve ever played those Equestriad-type computer games, you’ll be just as excited about this. Racewood Equestrian Simulators has designed an eventing...» Read More!
Graham and Anita Motion’s Icabad Crane has been easily progressing through the levels with Phillip Dutton since beginning his eventing career last year, and he’s now slated to make his one-star debut at Plantation Field International...» Read More!
As I sit here trying to collect my thoughts on all of the awesome things that happened two weeks ago on our trip overseas to Bramham, it honestly feels like it was forever ago or...» Read More!
Andrew Nicholson spoke out on his absence from the Equestrian Sports New Zealand High Performance squad in an interview in today’s New Zealand Herald, revealing he withdrew from negotiations to reintegrate after ESNZ denied him a spot to compete at...» Read More!
In a lot of ways, summer in Virginia can be almost insufferable. The heat combined with the humidity makes a lot of my outdoor work days pretty gross, and when I get home at the...» Read More!
The Event at Rebecca Farm is just around the corner and, as if the event could get any more action packed, the addition of a CCI3* division this year is sure to bring some heavy...» Read More!
Remember KER ClockIt Sport? Kentucky Equine Research‘s smartphone app helps take the guesswork out of equine fitness by monitoring heart rate, speed, distance and altitude during rides. We’re excited to announce that the new KER ClockIt website has now...» Read More!
If you’re an eventer, there are a lot of things that define you but none so much as your enthusiasm for the cross country phase. As such, our passion involves getting super serious about the...» Read More!
It’s been a hard fought battle, but in the end only one can come out on top. We’ve once again been privileged to have a multitude of quality entries to sift through in our 5th...» Read More!
Groton House Farm in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, hosted its 38th annual horse trials this past weekend beginning June 26, offering Novice through Intermediate/Preliminary divisions. This popular Area I event, known for sticking to tradition, usually...» Read More!