Athletux blogger Kristin Schmolze will be returning to Rolex for a second consecutive year with her lovely top mount Ballylaffin Bracken, and now that we’re officially at the one-month mark until the event, it’s time...» Read More!
Ever wondered how an upper-level rider can have a family and still find time to be competitive in this sport? Athletux blogger Tamie Smith makes a very compelling case that it’s possible to find balance...» Read More!
David Ramey, DVM, has been in private sport and pleasure horse practice in the Los Angeles area of southern California since 1984. He has published over a dozen books on horse health, and has lectured...» Read More!
Q: Tell us a little about your business. How did you start making saddle soap? Where did the idea come from? Libby: In 2003, I was looking for gifts to give barn friends for Christmas...» Read More!
Thanks to Athletux, we have several exciting guest bloggers lined up to bring all the action from Galway Downs. Bill Olson has been a regular West Coast contributor, sending photos and updates to Eventing Nation from Twin...» Read More!
Thanks to Athletux, we have several exciting guest bloggers lined up to bring all the action from Galway Downs. Bill Olson has been a regular West Coast contributor, sending photos and updates to Eventing Nation...» Read More!
Thanks to Athletux, we’re thrilled to bring you a host of guest bloggers from Galway Downs this coming week. Kristin Schmolze, one of those guest bloggers, is entered in the CCI3* with Ballylaffin Bracken. Kristin...» Read More!
We’re pleased to welcome back Katie Lindsay with a guest blog concerning the confusion at Plantation Field CIC3* cross-country last weekend where multiple falls happened at the drop into water before it was removed from...» Read More!
Blogger Contest finalist Rick Wallace was all set with his fall schedule leading up to Fair Hill CCI3*, and had his sights set first on the American Eventing Championships at the Texas Rose Horse Park....» Read More!
Fresh off a fantastic second-place finish in the Advanced at Richland, EN guest blogger Laine Ashker and Anthony Patch are putting on their cowboy hats and heading to Texas to compete for Gold Cup honors...» Read More!
After enduring a hellish four months in which he endured Deep Vein Thrombosis, a possible cancer scare and a severe concussion, Simon Grieve completed Burghley against all odds with his beloved mount Cornacrew. Many thanks...» Read More!
EN guest blogger Doug Payne has had a busy summer — getting engaged last month to the lovely Jess Hampf, planning a permanent move south for his business and finalizing the manuscript for his first...» Read More!
EN guest blogger Kristi Nunnink just returned from a successful weekend at Copper Meadows, where she won the Advanced division with her rockstar mare R-Star. Kristi and Rosie next head out to Texas to tackle...» Read More!
Jacky Green works for her own Jacky Green Equestrian Media company and operates out of Maizey Manor Farm in the UK, and we are lucky to have her as a regular Eventing Nation contributor. She...» Read More!
EN guest blogger Lissa Green had the privilege of being based with Tom Gadsby over the winter. The international eventing community continues to mourn the loss of Tom, who passed away Sunday in a rotational...» Read More!
EN guest blogger Laine Ashker and Anthony Patch recently won the Advanced division at Millbrook, their first run at the level since finishing fifth in the Fair Hill CCI3* last fall. Now Laine and Al...» Read More!
Lynn Symansky was a fan favorite at Rolex this spring with her stunning young Thoroughbred, Donner. They had a superb performance and placed fifth at Donner’s first CCI4*, and now Lynn has her eye on the Pau...» Read More!
James Alliston checks in this month with news about how his new riding school is progressing — Spoiler alert: He’s found plenty of new students to help with barn chores this summer! — as well...» Read More!
Last week, we re-published an article written by Katie Lindsay from April 2010, entitled “Where Have All The Good Times Gone?” We asked readers if they thought the sport had changed since then, for better...» Read More!
Katie Lindsay was one of the first guest writers on Eventing Nation, and she hit it out of the park with this piece back in April, 2010. It’s worth reading again…and wondering have things...» Read More!
Charlotte is one of Great Britain’s most promising Event Riders, having represented her country on both Junior and Young Rider teams – most notably winning team gold and finishing 4th individually on Little Beau at...» Read More!
Kristi Nunnink sent in a wonderful short and sweet recap from Rebecca Farm, where she and R-Star, her rockstar Holsteiner mare, won the CIC3* for the second year in a row. Kristi and R-Star have...» Read More!
Julie Wolfert is a top notch rider from Kansas who agreed to write for us a little bit about her first experience at Rebecca Farms. Julie and her OTTB Buenos Aires will be contesting the...» Read More!