The Dutta Corp Fair Hill International is less than two weeks away on Oct. 12-16 in Elkton, Maryland, and the USEF has awarded Land/Rover USEF Competition grants to two West Coast combinations slated to compete...» Read More!
It’s a terribly sad time for U.S. eventing fans, as Boyd Martin confirmed to EN that his former upper-level mount Trading Aces died suddenly yesterday of cardiac arrest. “Oscar,” a 12-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding formerly...» Read More!
Entries for the Dutta Corp Fair Hill International are now live, with more than 50 horses entered in both the CCI3* and CCI2* divisions for the USEF Fall National Championships on Oct. 13-16 in Elkton,...» Read More!
Chris Bartle, who coaches the German Eventing Team alongside Hans Melzer, has announced his intent to succeed Yogi Breisner as head coach of the British Eventing Team. He is one of several candidates applying for...» Read More!
We are a little more than a week away from Stable View’s inaugural Advanced Oktoberfest Horse Trials on Oct. 1-2, and the event has unveiled the entry list of riders who will compete. This is the first Advanced...» Read More!
As the global equestrian community awaits a decision on the location of the 2018 World Equestrian Games, the Kentucky Horse Park has announced its intent to bid for the 2022 Games...» Read More!
Charles Owen sponsored a recognition ceremony for Phillip Dutton and HND Group’s Mighty Nice at Plantation Field International Horse Trials on Sunday to honor their individual bronze medal...» Read More!
Not many things as temporary as a horse trials seem to last 25 years these days. But the Marlborough Horse Trials has stood the test of a quarter century well, and after Sept. 17th’s annual...» Read More!
With it now going on three weeks since the Unionville, Pennsylvania area has seen any measurable amount of rain, the grounds crew at Plantation Field International Horse Trials has significantly stepped up their efforts in...» Read More!
Thanks to the concern and generous donations of USEA members, a renewed research study into collapsible and deformable fence construction is now well into its first year. Dr. Suzanne Smith of the University of Kentucky...» Read More!
Eventers around the country have expressed mixed responses to Friday’s announcement that USEA Membership will be required for competitors at the Beginner Novice level as of December 1, 2016. The decision was voted into being...» Read More!
We are saddened to report that 21-year-old Nikita Sotskov of Russia died today while competing in the CIC3* at Ratomka Horse Trials in Minsk, Belarus. Nikita and his horse Larry Carlton rotated over fence 21...» Read More!
The eventing community mourns the loss of three-time Burghley winner Avebury, who was euthanized today due to a malignant tumor in his jaw. His owners, Rosemary and Mark Barlow, announced in a press release that Avebury’s tumor...» Read More!
Friday has dawned grey and gloomy at Burghley with the persistent threat of rain, a completely different day to the bright sunshine and warm temperatures we basked in yesterday. There’s a lot more people here...» Read More!
Stable View’s Advanced Oktoberfest Horse Trials is fast approaching on Oct. 1 and 2, and we’re bringing you a bit of a sneak peek at this expansive multi-discipline facility and brand new Advanced cross country course...» Read More!
It goes without saying that Clark Montgomery and his long time partner Loughan Glen had some great expectations to fulfill heading into the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer. A CCI3* win at...» Read More!
Amidst the creation of the new eventing series, Event Rider Masters, it seems we’ve also invented a new illustrious achievement to which a top rider can aspire: The ERM double double. By winning back to...» Read More!
Even the announcer’s voice was cracking when it came time for the Philippa Humphreys Advanced division awards ceremony. Katie Ruppel and Houdini won the class by a landslide 10 points — and a more fitting...» Read More!
It’s been more than a month since the FEI terminated Bromont’s contract to host the 2018 World Equestrian Games due to financial woes, and the FEI told EN that the bureau will not officially re-open the bid process. “Given...» Read More!
There has been a lot of confusion over whether or not you can in fact replay the equestrian portions of the Olympic Games. The answer is YES! As long as you have a cable or...» Read More!
Entries opened on Tuesday for Stable View’s Oktoberfest Horse Trials, which will host the venue’s inaugural Advanced level event on October 1 and 2 in Aiken, South Carolina. With up to $60,000 in prize money for the Advanced division and...» Read More!
The draw order is up for the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials! Britain’s Tom Crisp and Coolys Luxury have the honor of being the first pair to go, and Elisa Wallace and the Simply Priceless...» Read More!
We witnessed a day for the history books here at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, where Michael Jung became the third rider in history to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals, joining Mark Todd (1984...» Read More!