Last night was loads of fun. Team Dragonfire and friends gathered at Melissa Votaw’s house for the Bada-Bing-Bada-Blenheim fundraiser. It truly was a wonderful event. It was nice to catch up with everyone after they...» Read More!
I was so relieved to see yesterday that Dromolin, owned by Amy and Hailey Kates, was found in Millbrook after escaping from his stall and being lost in the wilderness for almost 24 hours. I...» Read More!
I’m a little bit in agony that I’m not at Millbrook this year, as it’s definitely one of my favorite events. From my house it is about 8 and a half hours, which makes it...» Read More!
Hold on tight as we are set for another busy weekend ahead with Millbrook Horse Trials in upstate New York. Many professionals are putting the finishing touches on their mounts and getting in their final...» Read More!
Another busy event weekend is in the books, and by the time you read this I will hopefully have made it to my 5:45 a.m. flight. Also known as way too early. With an expletive...» Read More!
My Facebook feed is FULL of pictures like these and I LOVE IT. If you can’t be there, then the next best thing is to spend an evening scrolling for what seems like an eternity,...» Read More!
The F5 key on my keyboard has been taking some heavy abuse since Thursday while I attempt to keep tabs on all of my friends at Rebecca Farm. I’ve been madly refreshing scores and clicking through...» Read More!
Jackie Smith from Stonegate Farm sent us the story to go along with the picture above, and it’s pretty cute. Two Eventers, Kevin and Laura, attended the same university without meeting until two other Eventers...» Read More!
Every year when Rebecca Farm comes around, I promise myself that one day I’ll get my butt all the way out there. It just looks like one of the best events ever, and I’ve never...» Read More!
After an exhausting trip to Kentucky for NAJRYC, and with his mount already en-route to Rebecca Farm, Chinch needed a little R&R before he heads to Montana. As the newest member of the EN team...» Read More!
With all of the hustle and bustle from this weekend, we can hardly forget that another big summer event is coming up next: Rebecca Farm! We’re so thrilled to be covering the event no one...» Read More!
As if I needed more things to obsess about and worry over when it came to Dressage day. Dressage has never been my strong suit, nor have I ever found it particularly gratifying. It is a...» Read More!
Could today possibly be any more exciting? American Pharoah goes back to work at Del Mar, Team USA is throwing down at the Pan Ams, my favorite kids from Area VI are showing everyone what West Coast talent...» Read More!
With all the riders safely through the jogs yesterday, today the Pan American Games begin! With dressage running all day today, we have Phillip Dutton leading the way with Fernhill Fugitive as the first American...» Read More!
The next four days are going to be very exciting for the sport of Eventing, with the NAJYRC (go Area II!!) in Kentucky and that Pan Ams in Toronto, you are all basically going to...» Read More!
There is a lesson to be learned from this past weekend. Always be aware of your surroundings — you never know when an Olympic eventer will ride down center line at a dressage show. Remember...» Read More!
In just over a week I’ll be making my way West for my first ever trip to Rebecca Farm… and my first trip to Montana, for that matter. I just love mountains and have always...» Read More!
Everyone is on the road! As if the NAJYRCs weren’t enough, it’s just about time to start getting on the road for Rebecca Farm. This is also the frustrating time of year where people find out...» Read More!
And they’re off! The California State Fair race meet is in full swing, which means I will have to resist the urge to wander the back-side with a fist full of cash and a horse...» Read More!
In 2013, Stuart Horse Trials had to cancel just like a lot of British competitions because it rained just too darn much. From looking at pictures from competitors who just arrived and are wading walking their cross...» Read More!
The month of July is always a funny month, and not just because it becomes so swelteringly hot in Virginia that you can’t see straight and contemplate throwing your clothes away at the end of...» Read More!
With only four days separating us from the official start of the 2015 Pan Am Games, the Canadian team stepped away from their rigorous training schedule to enjoy a little afternoon racing. Both the dressage and...» Read More!
Unless I’ve got a place to go where I’m going to stay the whole night, I generally try to hunker down at home on July 4th. I was forced out of my comfort zone this...» Read More!