Candace Rice Durr is a much-loved super mom in Area VI who is now bravely fighting a battle against breast cancer. We originally published Frankie Thieriot’s touching post in her honor on July 16, and...» Read More!
Boyd Martin and Shamwari 4 are leading the WEG prep trials at Great Meadow on a score of 42.0 after a beautiful, nearly mistake-free dressage test. Had Shammie not been a bit opinionated in the...» Read More!
Holly Davis, of Fox News DC, headed out to The Plains, Va., to meet the eventers on the USA’s WEG squad yesterday morning, providing two great video clips featuring WEG members Phillip Dutton, Boyd Martin, Sinead Halpin,...» Read More!
David O’Connor designed the cross-country course for the World Equestrian Games prep trials at Great Meadow to serve as more of a practice run than a serious test for the 12 U.S. pairs and three Canadian...» Read More!
During the Friday night press conference at Rebecca Farm, the top three CIC3* riders after dressage — Hawley Bennett-Awad, Matt Brown and Jen McFall — reflected on their tests, the upcoming cross-country cours, and the...» Read More!
Earlier this week Katie Ruppel and Houdini’s wee friend Spartacus got up to some silliness at Rebecca Farm. He was just so excited to help with Halt Cancer at X that he couldn’t help himself....» Read More!
What’s been going on in the exciting world of competition this weekend? With the combined efforts of the Great Meadow WEG prep trial and the multitude of levels competing at Rebecca Farm, this weekend will...» Read More!
Hawley Bennett-Awad scored a personal best in the dressage with Gin & Juice today, scoring a 47.1 to go into the overnight lead before tomorrow’s cross country phase. Hawley’s excitement was palpable as she posted...» Read More!
Hello from Great Meadow! It’s a beautiful afternoon here in The Plains, Va., where the U.S. riders had lessons with Coach David O’Connor and ring familiarization in preparation for the start of the World Equestrian...» Read More!
From Vanessa: Hacking around the beautiful roads at Rebecca Farm this morning with the canola fields and breathtaking mountains in the background!! This view certainly made the drive from Florida worth it!...» Read More!
EN’s blogger friend Bad Eventer is still glowing from the Doug Payne clinic she rode in a couple weekends ago at Meadowcreek Park in Kosse, Texas. She chronicled the experience in her infamous blog, Bad...» Read More!
We all know that there are a ton of logistics to handle when it comes to shipping horses overseas. From travel itineraries to health concerns, every detail is managed and looked after when a horse...» Read More!
If you’ve ever dreamed of jumping your horse over train cars, dinosaurs, sea dragons or mountains, then Rebecca Farm in USEA Area VII is a must-ride destination for you! The fences here are mind-blowingly creative...» Read More!
The youngsters came out to play on Wednesday at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Mont. Thirty-eight horses participated in this year’s Future Event Horse (FEH) and Young Event Horse (YEH) classes. In the Five Year Old...» Read More!
The sun played peek-a-boo with dark skies yesterday morning at Rebecca Farm for the first horse inspection, but to everyone’s delight, the rain held off while the CCI*, CCI2*, CIC2* and CIC3* competitors presented for their...» Read More!
Thank dignity dog it’s Friday! I know that I’m ready for some weekend fun, how about the rest of ya? I cross country schooled both of my monster horses yesterday in the drizzling rain, making...» Read More!
This weekend is packed with exciting events, from The Event at Rebecca Farm in Montana, to the Great Meadow WEG Prep Event in Virginia, there is competition and fun happening all over the United States....» Read More!
Recently, I made the decision to put Onyx, my rotund Morgan gelding, in a dry lot paddock with high-quality hay. Pony is on a diet! Thanks to his insatiable need to eat everything in his...» Read More!
I’ve been spending the day thinking about storylines for the teen movie that appears to be pictured in our throwback photo today. Is there a love connection going on? More than one? Since all of...» Read More!
Welcome to the EN Book Club! We’re always looking for new riding and training resources to add to our libraries. Today we’re taking a look at The Riding Horse Repair Manual by Doug Payne, which...» Read More!
In honor of Riders4Helmets International Helmet Awareness Day on July 12, we launched a contest in partnership with Tipperary to win one of their awesome T-Series T2 helmets. We’ve already reviewed the helmet here and given...» Read More!
It’s been a wild ride for this year’s Blogger Contest! We had four truly amazing finalists, and we definitely had a difficult time choosing a winner, especially after seeing how incredibly close the votes were in the...» Read More!
With this year’s NAJYRC in the books, it seemed fitting this week to revisit some Young Rider competitions from years past. We found this gem from the 2001 NAJYRC and thought we’d challenge you to...» Read More!