Despite the impending madness of WEG that is almost upon us, it is necessary that we tip our hats to tradition and continue with our ritual of previewing important U.S. competitions. Richland Horse Trials is...» Read More!
Sitting tied for fourth place in a nearly 50-strong Advanced field at Millbrook Horse Trials, Callie Evans and Glendening Avis set out on Tremaine Cooper’s cross-country course ready to do battle. They jumped clear and...» Read More!
Hello, EN! As of today, we are exactly one week away from the jogs in Normandy. Right now, our team is diligently training in Chantilly, while the Canadians are hard at work at Maizey Manor....» Read More!
We all saw earlier this morning the proof of the ridiculously gorgeous gallop track in Chantilly that Team USA got to use, and yesterday I introduced you to the very important Scha Scha, who is...» Read More!
I’ve always been a big fan of clinics. Even if I only audit one, the learning opportunities are endless. So, when I heard that Dom Schramm would be stopping in Columbia, Mo., on his clinic...» Read More!
In what can only be described as a clerical error, the folks at FEI TV have asked us to be an affiliate during the World Equestrian Games. Please, no one tell them about this post, this...» Read More!
The FEI European Junior Eventing Championships wrapped up at Bishop Burton College this weekend, with Anna Wilks triumphing for individual gold and Team Ireland taking home the team gold medal. Thanks to a wonderful YouTube...» Read More!
In search of a new horse several years ago, Amanda Sylvia ventured to the Chincoteague Pony Swim, returning home with a precocious 4-month-old colt she named Southern Storm. “Amanda goes to the pony penning every year,”...» Read More!
We are delighted to host Sally Cousins as our newest guest blogger, as she shares her wealth of knowledge with us in the form of weekly training tips. We hope these nuggets of information can be integrated directly...» Read More!
Joanie Morris, USEF Managing Director of Eventing, always finds the most beautiful places for our U.S. horses and riders to train around the world, but she really has outdone herself this time, securing permission for...» Read More!
Woodloch Stable had an educational double whammy over the weekend; not one but two world-renowned clinicians visited us to teach us and our horses! California-based French eventer Yves Sauvignon graced Woodloch’s brand spanking new cross-country course...» Read More!
Team USA has arrived, unpacked and settled into WEG headquarters for the near future in Chantilly. They have a precious few more days before the Games begin next week, and they are keeping everything and...» Read More!
Buck Davidson has just posted an update on his Facebook page with the disappointing news that he has withdrawn Park Trader from his spot as a WEG alternate as well as Burghley due to a...» Read More!
Samantha Clark recently visited Doug and Jess Payne at their new farm in Apex, N.C., and gave us a lovely tour over on the PRO blog. After previously being based in New Jersey, Doug said...» Read More!
British Eventing’s “Eventing Cinema” YouTube video competition, which encourages fans of the sport to produce videos showcasing eventing, continues to be wildly popular, so much so that BE has been naming a video of the...» Read More!
Welcome to part two of my Richland analysis; if you missed the first part this morning, click here to read all about the CIC3* competitors. Since we have both an Advanced division and a CIC3*...» Read More!
While Richland Park Horse Trials is the big event here in the States this weekend, all eyes across the pond will be on Blair Castle International Horse Trials in Scotland, the first key CCI3* of the...» Read More!
Welcome to the week of Richland Park! This is a huge event for the midwest and is generally the first FEI event most of the big name riders attend as they get back into swing...» Read More!
Despite the World Equestrian Games attracting eventing’s top horses and riders the week before the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, the field for the famous CCI4* still looks very strong, with 90 horses from 11...» Read More!
In June it felt like summer would stretch endlessly in to the future. There would be weekends filled with complaining about the heat while reapplying the umpteenth layer of sunscreen. Barbecues would be fired up at every opportunity...» Read More!
Whitney Mahloch has moved up the levels with Military Mind, earning several wins at the Preliminary level together before stepping up to Intermediate last year. The pair won their Intermediate debut at Ottter Creek last...» Read More!
It’s hard to imagine busting out the winter blankets when it’s the middle of one of the hottest months of the year, but this isn’t the case for the horses who have traveled to Europe...» Read More!
It’s very easy to get caught up in a daydream or muddled down in disappointment when it comes to our time in the saddle. One thing we can all learn from some of the athletes...» Read More!