Watching upper level horses and riders compete is nice in a jaw-drop way, but the most FUN divisions to watch are sometimes the lower levels — especially when there’s some serious swag and glory at...» Read More!
Rebecca Farm is one of the most beautiful venues in the country, and the way they roll out the red carpet to competitors, spectators and volunteers alike makes it a coveted destination event. The travel distance...» Read More!
With several heavy hitters set to contest the CCI3* at Rebecca Farm, the CIC3* division at this destination event in Kalispell, Montana also boasts quite a talented field. Primarily composed of those on the West Coast, there...» Read More!
It was no cake walk on Aachen’s cross country course today, as talented riders from across the globe struggled to go clear and fast on the twisting course. It was Team Australia that was ultimately...» Read More!
An influential evening of show jumping shuffled the leaderboard at the Aachen CICO3* in Germany, with the top three after dressage all pulling rails to slip down the leaderboard. Then two of the top three after...» Read More!
Despite the heat and the bugs, all the babies at last week’s Future Event Horse qualifier at Loch Moy Farm in Maryland were happy and bouncing around. Even the hot weather didn’t slow these youngsters down as they gave...» Read More!
Last year Ingrid Klimke dominated the dressage phase at CHIO Aachen, and this year a different German woman took command of the sandbox. Bettina Hoy soundly leads after the first phase on 31.0 with Seigneur Medicott, a...» Read More!
Don’t tell Hannah Gurske of Louisberg, Kansas that eventing with a one-eyed horse is a handicap. She outscored a large field of competitors in the Area IV Training Championships at Roebke’s Run with Buenos Dias...» Read More!
Andrew Nicholson (NZL) has now won five consecutive three-stars at the St. James Place Barbury International Horse Trials. The previous four were with the now retired Avebury and the fifth this weekend with a superb...» Read More!
Clark Montgomery, winner of the Land Rover Great Meadow International, presented by Adequan®, and a representative from each of the Nations Cup teams gathered for a press conference following the awards ceremony. Clark of course had...» Read More!
U.S. Olympic team members Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen came to the Land Rover Great Meadow International presented by Adequan largely expected to take the Nations Cup win. As the only combination in the competition that...» Read More!
Here we go! It’s almost time for the first Nations Cup cross country day in the United States! Hopefully you’ve all been following along with this historic event at the Land Rover Great Meadow International,...» Read More!
Great Meadow leader Clark Montgomery attended this evening’s press conference along with Phillip Dutton, Waylon Roberts and Jodie Amos, who all spoke on behalf of their respective Nations Cups teams, to chat about the day...» Read More!
It’s hot hot hot here at the Land Rover Great Meadow International, and U.S. Olympic team members Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen are on fire, jumping a super clear round over Marc Donovan’s show jumping...» Read More!
Thirty-nine horse and rider combinations are competing in the third leg of the Event Rider Masters Series this weekend at the St. James Place Barbury International Horse Trials in the United Kingdom. It’s a big...» Read More!
U.S. Olympic team members Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen came into the Land Rover Great Meadow International, presented by Adequan®, as the heavy favorites to take the Nations Cup win, and they beat the heat today...» Read More!
This drone flyover gives us a complete, unique and captivating view of the beautiful grounds, immaculate footing and Mike Etherington-Smith’s ingenious CICO3* Nations Cup course....» Read More!
The Land Rover Great Meadow International, presented by Adequan®–which, in case you haven’t heard, is the first FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ ever to take place in North America–officially kicked off yesterday with the first horse...» Read More!
Team GB, with thanks to Great Meadow International sponsor Land Rover, have flown three horses and riders out to Virginia to compete in the first ever Nations Cup to take place outside of Europe. EN...» Read More!
Coach David O’Connor answers EN’s questions about Team USA’s strategy in preparing for the 2016 Olympic Games....» Read More!
It’s an action-packed afternoon at the Land Rover Great Meadow International: the first horse inspection (click here for the full report), then a press conference with the U.S. Olympic team, followed by the Opening Ceremony (which...» Read More!
All horses passed the first inspection for the Nations Cup CIC3* on a very warm afternoon at the Land Rover Great Meadow International here in The Plains, Virginia. Though the forecast threatened to dump more rain, mirroring...» Read More!
While all eyes in North America will be on the inaugural U.S. Nations Cup at Great Meadow, it’s also a big weekend elsewhere in the world as the Barbury International Horse Trials hosts the third leg...» Read More!