Today is #LRK3DE course decorating day! Thank you to the 112(!) volunteers, young and old, who place 863 flats of flowers, 140 8" pots of flowers, 50 6" pots of flowers, 165 hanging baskets, plus...» Read More!
Our favorite people from Kentucky Equine Research are returning as the Official Equine Nutritionists for the World Equestrian Games! They’ve done this role admirably before, and will be supplying reliable feed and forage for a literal army...» Read More!
Remember last week when I was all “Oh ha ha ha the world is conspiring against me going to this show” WELL GUESS WHAT. I went to the show, and my baby horse pitched a...» Read More!
The promposal craze has officially entered the eventing world, and guys this one is super cute. Austin Skeens knows the way to Abbey Stones heart … through her horse! From Austin’s mom, Heather Skeens: “It’s...» Read More!
Jump judging @twinriversequestrian!! I’ve realized there are many benefits to this job…1- volunteering is good for the soul and everyone who needs your help. 2- jump judging helps get things moving if you have any...» Read More!
While I’m closing out the weekend at Fair Hill, my thoughts are with Lauren Burnell, Bec Braitling and team who lost Walterstown Don yesterday at Twin Rivers. I was tremendously lucky to have the opportunity to watch...» Read More!
Today is National Pan American Day! This holiday reminds me what an amazing thing sport is and how it has such an incredible knack for bringing people from different nations together. Sure, everyone is competing...» Read More!
I entered my baby OTTB, Turkey, in his first three phase event for this weekend (which is also his birthday weekend!) so obviously as soon as I sent the entry in, the world decided to...» Read More!
When I was growing up, my backyard was basically always full of ponies and horses, and I was basically an only child so I just hung out in the fields a lot to entertain myself....» Read More!
Today is National Encourage a Young Writer Day! We here at EN may be a little biased, but we think that riding and writing go together like peanut butter and jelly. Know of a young rider...» Read More!
The EN Team would like to extend sincere congratulations to Luke Horah and Ellie Luther on their recent engagement! Luke just moved Ellie’s former two-star mare Fair Fiona (dam of Boyd Martin’s Advanced horse Ray Price)...» Read More!
This is a big weekend at the Tryon International Equestrian Center as the venue is hosting both The Fork and WEG Test Event....» Read More!
Surely I can’t be the only one that loves planning, can I? I just sat down and mapped out my horse’s conditioning plan for the next couple months. Trot sets, dressage days, jump days, hacking...» Read More!
OK, it’s time to apologize for my April Fool’s joke article about banning dogs, mostly because it’s totally hypocritical of me. I love my dogs, and I just got a puppy two months ago, and...» Read More!
Today is National Burrito Day, which is a pretty big deal. Never mind it’s the first day of dressage for the WEG test event, we have Mexican food to be thinking about! Technically a term...» Read More!
Morven Park has been touting its new rings and top footing upgrades for a while now so I for one was curious to see them action! I had hoped to ride over them last October,...» Read More!
I’d like to start by apologizing to my friends in the north. I see the photos with the snow, and I really feel for you, but I rode in a t-shirt today and it was...» Read More!
April Fool’s Day is EN’s favorite holiday of the year. We always have fun drumming up fake news to post and yesterday we went all out with several silly stories. How many times were you fooled?...» Read More!
No, the above photo was not taken on a tropical island – it’s just regular old Massachusetts. Instead of a warm breeze and sun on your skin it’s more like a frozen nose and wind...» Read More!
You know, I’m not really that much into bling. I know, controversial statement, but I grew up in a time when brass clinchers were about as flashy as it came. But now, you can get...» Read More!
I’ve decided this year that I want to learn to have a green thumb. I’ve got the baking and cooking thing down, but I think I should be a little more domesticated. Also, the front...» Read More!
The Great Migration in underway, with hordes of trainers and horses making their way back north! They have impeccable timing, because despite getting 12 inches this time last week in Chester County, Pennsylvania, the sun...» Read More!
Smile! Today is the closing date for the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, which means we will soon see the entry list! With it being a championship year, I think we can expect a huge year...» Read More!