The FEI Tribunal released a partial decision today in Jock Paget’s case in response to his request that the Tribunal rule separately on whether or not he would be automatically disqualified from Burghley, where his winning...» Read More!
The other heralded spring CCI4*, Badminton, is getting ready to go off in just a couple of weeks, and the draw has been posted this morning. Izzy Taylor will kick things off in the dressage...» Read More!
Watch out, Eventing Nation, the chinchillas are bringing their calculators to Kentucky this year. Throughout the week we’ll be crunching numbers, spittin’ stats and enriching your Rolex experience through the power of MATH. (Like, 4th-grade...» Read More!
In a last-minute turn of events, Andrew Nicholson has withdrawn reigning Rolex champion Quimbo from Rolex and will presumably aim the horse for Badminton instead, where he also has his London Olympic partner Nereo entered....» Read More!
Ever since Buck Davidson entered an impressive five horses at Rolex, we’ve been waiting to see which three he would choose to ride. He decided this morning those three will be Caroline and Sherrie Martin’s...» Read More!
British eventer Laura Collett announced on her Twitter yesterday that she has decided to retire her partner, Rayef. Together, Laura and the 1999 gelding finished 8th at Badminton in 2011 and won four gold medals...» Read More!
In a shocking announcement, Kristi Nunnink has retired R-Star due to an irregular heartbeat just days before the mare was set to compete at Rolex. Kristi said Rosie has had a mild heart condition that...» Read More!
Caitlin Silliman announced today that Densey and Ron Juvonen’s Remington XXV will retire from the upper levels to enjoy the next chapter of his career with Camilla Grover-Dodge, the Juvonen’s granddaughter. This marks the end of...» Read More!
Each week we’ll be rummaging through the Twittersphere in pursuit of the eventing world’s most interesting utterances as expressed in 140 characters or less. Here’s our latest batch! Old friends at the head of the...» Read More!
It’s been three years now since Udonna evented, but she left quite an impression on fans of the sport — anyone remember that gutsy derby cross performance where she left out a stride between those...» Read More!
We’ve been waiting to hear whether Doug Payne would contest Rolex with Crown Talisman or head to Saumur CCI3* with his Land Rover grant. Doug announced on his blog this morning that he and Tali will...» Read More!
Badminton unveiled Giuseppe Della Chiesa’s cross-country course this morning in an excellent 24-minute video in which Giuseppe and Hugh Thomas take viewers on a walk around the 30 jumping efforts. Hugh has designed the course for the...» Read More!
Well this isn’t a sad Rolex withdrawal announcement to make by any means! Jolie Wentworth announced tonight she is withdrawing Goodknight from Rolex because she is pregnant and expecting her first child in September. “My husband...» Read More!
We knew it was going to be a long shot for Boyd Martin to ride at Rolex, and he’s now officially made the call that he’ll sit out at Kentucky. Phillip Dutton will ride Trading...» Read More!
More details have emerged surrounding the fatal trailer accident in Sumter County, Fla., near Ocala last Thursday that claimed the life of Jody Harwood’s D-Vine. Lauren DeNeve, Jody’s trainer, was hauling three horses, Cindy One,...» Read More!
Good news coming from Camp Martin this week. Boyd posted an update on his blog with encouraging news that his recovery is going well and is, in fact, ahead of schedule. While there is still...» Read More!
More sad news in the eventing community as we’ve just learned Jody Harwood’s D-Vine passed away following a terrible trailer accident today on I-75 in Sumter County, Fla., near Ocala. Jody was hauling “Vinnie” in...» Read More!
The announcement on the next wave of spring grants came late last night, and Doug Payne and Crown Talisman and Liz Halliday-Sharp and HHS Cooley are the recipients of Land Rover Competition grants to compete...» Read More!
Rolex released draw numbers this morning, and Buck Davidson and Petite Flower drew the first spot to lead off on day one of dressage. The numbers go through 76, so we’ve lost a few entries...» Read More!
Talent spotting is an important part to producing eventing’s next international competitors. In the U.S., programs such as Eventing 25/Developing Athletes and the Eventing 18/Advancing Athletes are instrumental in developing...» Read More!
In the wake of the passing of both Powderhound and Conair at The Fork this past weekend, the USEA has released a statement. Posted on the USEA website earlier today, the statement provides not only...» Read More!
Horse & Hound picked up on a really interesting story about the Qatari eventing team, which has been based at Joss Gray’s yard in Oxfordshire, England, since 2012 in a four-year plan to qualify for the...» Read More!
Will Coleman has just released the following statement regarding Conair’s tragic passing yesterday at The Fork. As Will notes in the statement, the final necropsy report has not yet been released, but the preliminary vet...» Read More!