We love reader/tipster mail here at EN. This was sent to us by Julie: Hello Eventing Nation! While these are not “recent” photos of Buck, they have always made me laugh, and seemed...» Read More!
The Windurra driveway Back in June I said I wasn’t going to write about the True Prospect fire anymore, but a happier occasion calls for me to break that promise. By now you all know...» Read More!
Adopted from the Lexington Humane Society It seems like every store is having a Black Friday special this year…and animal shelters are jumping on board. Shelters all across the country are having reduced adoption...» Read More!
Oh, Eventing Nation, we have a treat in store for you – clear the decks on Friday afternoon and flex your typing fingers in preparation for a live blog like no other. At 5pm Eastern...» Read More!
In a post that proudly has very little to do with horses, we want to extend a heartfelt and eternal thanks to the veterans who have defended our freedom throughout the history of these United...» Read More!
Eventing Nation gear has been the merchandise equivalent of the Apocalypse. People keep asking for it, we keep promising it, and it just never comes. Until now. We get around an email a day asking...» Read More!
Mark Todd’s autobiography So Far So Good is one of my favorite eventing books, perhaps my favorite of all time. I liked it so much I named my next dog Charisma. As extraordinary as Mark...» Read More!
Many of our readers will remember that we posted an ad on Sport Horse Nation a few weeks ago from Denny and May Emerson announcing that the famous eventing stallion Aberjack was available for a...» Read More!
Literally the cutest puppy you have ever seen is here at the AECs and needs a home. He was left homeless in the gutter of AECs fence judge Megan. Megan has three dogs already in...» Read More!
Photocred Ending in “Y” Photography I want to give a big shout-out to the Eventing Nation team that competed at the Myopia 3’6″ Derby Cross, located in Hamilton, MA. The EN team members are (from...» Read More!
The fire at True Prospect Farm this summer has led to some truly incredible stories of generosity and recovery. Neville Bardos’ recovery from critical care to being literally days away from competing at Burghley has...» Read More!
We have two big congratulations to give out to Amanada Silver and Eliza Culbertson for getting their A Pony Club rating over the weekend. The first United States Pony Club Traditional/Eventing A Rating of 2011...» Read More!
Sometimes we get photos sent in that are just too cute not to post. This is the Woodbrook Hunt Pony Club, located near Tacoma, Washington. They went to Polestar Farm in Lake Stevens, WA for...» Read More!
I just spoke with Denny Emerson’s wife, May, who told me that they have just received word from the doctors that Denny will not need neck surgery following his cross-country fall at the Stoneleigh Burnham...» Read More!
Photo courtesy of Leah GriffithFitch’s Corner Horse Trials, held last weekend in Millbrook, New York, has made the ‘Page 6’ gossip section of the New York Post. The Post reports that “socialites in saucy hats”...» Read More!
Today is a very special day on Eventing Nation because I get to introduce Tipperary as a new EN sponsor. From helmets to vests, Tipperary Equestrian has the tradition of a truly excellent equestrian safety...» Read More!
Just over a month has passed since the tragic fire at True Prospect Farm took the lives of 6 wonderful horses. Since then, the recovery has progressed steadily thanks to a consistent and selfless outpouring...» Read More!
Three weeks ago today we wrote about the emotional story of Boyd and Quinn Himeself. As the story goes, Bonnie Stedt, who lost the beautiful Cagney Herself in the True Prospect fire, had heard that...» Read More!
Beth Perkins and Sal Dali One nice story from the Bromont CCI3* that was lost during the competition is the story of Beth Perkins’ pinque coat. If you don’t know, Beth earned her pinque coat...» Read More!
Jake and Jester are 11 and 12 year old Percheron/Thoroughbreds that have been members of the Lexington Mounted Police Force since 2002. By a stroke of luck they were on duty at my local park...» Read More!
I caught up with Peter Atkins the day after a celebratory party thrown in his and Henny’s honour; although he was in fine form he did disclose that were some guests who were not feeling...» Read More!
It’s ‘goodbye New Bolton, hello home’ for Min There is very good news from Pennsylvania as Neville and Minotaure du Passoir are being released from the New Bolton Equine Hospital today. This means that four...» Read More!
Quinn Himself The stories of generosity, strength, kinship, and recovery continue to pour out of True Prospect. This afternoon, I’m very happy to tell several of those stories to Eventing Nation. A few weeks ago,...» Read More!