… never stop talking about Pony Club. Because once you’re in the Club, you’re in it for life — and you’re not alone. Pony Club alumni are everywhere. They walk among us, disguised as humans,...» Read More!
Facebook was a-twitter this morning with well wishes and congratulations pouring in for Canadian rider Jessica Phoenix, who welcomed a baby girl named Jordan Marie this morning. The Phoenix Equestrian Team has been soaking up...» Read More!
The gray gelding Iron League is now the most famous horse in Maryland after a harrowing week for Courtney Sendak and owner Juliana Whittenburg. On Monday morning, the day after the Oldenburg gelding arrived at...» Read More!
The eventing community rallied around Waitangi Notebook, a talented mare in Lynn Symansky’s barn who suffered a devastating pasture accident in January of this year....» Read More!
One of the most popular chestnuts on the scene, Shiraz, has officially made his return to work after suffering a shoulder strain at Rolex this spring. Colleen Rutledge and “Luke” went over to Sharon White’s...» Read More!
Earlier this year, Taylor McFall launched her own fundraising campaign with the intent to purchase her leased pony, Kilbarry Prince. After several months of hard work, Taylor has spoken with the owner of “Prince,” who has...» Read More!
It’s a weekend full of festivities and celebration, as Buck Davidson and Andrea Leatherman headed down to Charlotte, Nc. with their family and friends to tie the knot in a beautiful, intimate ceremony. Thanks to...» Read More!
Another Fox-Pitt (eventing superstar?) entered the world yesterday, a yet-t0-be-named baby girl who was born healthy at 8 pounds, Horse & Hound reports. Alice and William have three children already: Oliver, Thomas, and Chloe. Having...» Read More!
Here’s your feel-good story of the day courtesy of BBC Spotlight! Suzanna Hext, 25, competed at the two-star level in the UK until a young horse flipped over on her while schooling at home in...» Read More!
Here’s your feel-good story of the day — Amy Barrington is back in the saddle! The USEA spoke to Greg Schlappi, Amy’s husband, about the good news, and he said they’re thrilled to have her riding again....» Read More!
The results are in! Eventing Nation has been awarded two Equine Social Media Awards (ESMAs) for 2014. Eventing Nation has been nominated every year since the ESMA awards’ inception in 2011. This year, the ESMAs...» Read More!
Sometimes all the stars align and so it was this afternoon at Rebecca Farm. When Hawley mentioned that her four star superstar Ginny hadn’t jumped since the show-jumping at Rolex due to Hawley’s injury a...» Read More!
Aussie Rules: Zach Brandt and Cavallino Koala Bear on XC Zach Brandt is an ambitious young man and not one content to rely on mere talent, horse power and hopefully good fortune to propel him...» Read More!
I first admired Jake, above, and his brother Jester at the Alltech FEI 2010 World Equestrian Games where they were on duty at the Kentucky Horse Park, unflustered by the hordes of crowds and unsurprisingly...» Read More!
Here at Eventing Nation we always try and thank the volunteers at every event and that is not nearly enough, but we hope we can convey the depth of our gratitude in some small way....» Read More!
If you could accuse Ronald Zabala-Goetschel of being two things you’d have to say he was crazy about his horses, and also one of the most innovative, creative minds in the business. What he doesn’t...» Read More!
Canada has enjoyed an amazing streak of international success over the past few years and they will look to continue that with a medal later this month in London. Should we attribute Canada’s success to...» Read More!
Dubarrys are famously of Irish heritage. EN reader Kathryn Willdeboer was kind enough to send us this report of her very scientific test of just how well her Dubarrys performed when she took them on...» Read More!
Photo via Samantha Probably. New Zealand’s 2010 Burghley CCI4* champions Caroline Powell and the 19 year old Lenamore have been given a green light to prepare for Olympic selection by Equestrian Sport New Zealand and Lenamore’s...» Read More!
Claire walking with Peter Atkins last week Sixteen days after starting her journey, paralyzed ex-eventer Claire Lomas has finished the 26.2 mile journey of the London Marathon. Her story has been followed worldwide on Twitter,...» Read More!
Claire Lomas and Peter Atkins (all photos used with Peter’s kind permission) Peter Atkins has settled in quite nicely in England by now, and we caught up after he’d joined Claire Lomas on a portion...» Read More!
Claire Lomas with Mark Todd and Bettina Hoy It’s hard to describe Claire Lomas without using words everyone else has already – inspirational, courageous, bionic, amazing…Paralysed from the chest down, she is continuing to walk...» Read More!
I was hoping to be able to post this much earlier today as Peter and both his horses, HJ Hampton of Run Henny Run fame, and his younger, but Peter believes equally talented, stablemate Firedrake...» Read More!