Andrea Davidson can add published author to her many list of accolades thanks to releasing her very own children’s book, Brinelda and the Blue Pony. This special story is one Andrea’s father Nelson told her as a...» Read More!
I’ve spent a lot of time, effort, and trips to the hardware store over the past month in an attempt to alter my trailer tack room so it no longer had only six measly hooks....» Read More!
Megan Van Son and Arioso spent their Thanksgiving weekend competing at Pine Top, where they finished second in the Open Prelim division. They finished on their dressage score, 37.7, and breezed through the jumping phases,...» Read More!
This exercise is straight out of Jim Wofford’s “Modern Gymnastics: Systematic Training for Jumping Horses” and is shared here with permission from Jim and the publisher, Practical Horseman. This is exercise number five in the...» Read More!
After eight years, two World Equestrian Games, two Olympics, and dozens of four-star events with the 2009 FEI 4* dressage tests, the FEI has finally rolled out new 4* tests for 2017. You can find...» Read More!
Hardworking eventers deserve all the support they can get. We’re glad to see Southern California Equestrian Sports stepping up to financially assist some of our sport’s most deserving athletes....» Read More!
Measuring just 15.1-hands, Portersize Just A Jiff is considerably smaller than most of his four-star eventing peers. But that hasn’t hindered his career with Camilla Spiers, with whom he topped Eventing Ireland’s horse rankings this...» Read More!
What is this white stuff I’m seeing on my Facebook over the last few days? Snow? It’s so weird to have migrated to warmer climates this year, where I likely won’t see much in the...» Read More!
Frequently, we here at EN reference the time Mark Todd rode Bertie Blunt two-thirds of the way around the 1995 Badminton CCI4* cross country course with only one stirrup. But after digging through the archives...» Read More!
William Micklem returns today with the fourth column in his series on the subject of happiness, which has resonated with many EN readers around the world. If you missed them: part 1, part 2, part 3....» Read More!
Each week in “Let’s Discuss” we ask a question and ask our readers to weigh in. We DO have the smartest readers in the land, after all! This week’s topic …...» Read More!
‘Tis the season for spoiling our human and equine friends alike with Christmas presents, and your horse can look show-ring ready for 2017 in a custom ear bonnet thanks to this week’s Fab Freebie giveaway from...» Read More!
The rain we’ve been begging for has finally arrived. I am very fortunate to be outside of the fire danger zone in Western North Carolina, but the air has been filled with smoke for months...» Read More!
If I’ve learned one thing since I started compiling this series 98 (that’s a lot of #EventerProblems) editions ago, it’s that I am never alone. For instance, this person, who posted a photo of basically...» Read More!
Have a thing for gingers? If so this edition of Weekly OTTB Wishlist goes out to you. Here are three red-headed Thoroughbred geldings who are primed and ready for a new career, perhaps in the...» Read More!
The Laiterie de Montaigu Trophy at the Longines Masters in Paris was not supposed to be the highlight class of the night, and the showdown came down to two somewhat unusual suspects. Champions like Kent...» Read More!
The risk of concussion in horse riding can be considerable and comparable with high-impact sports such as football and auto racing. But eventers are a hardy bunch! Falling is par for the course — Princess...» Read More!
Listen folks. Let the significant other buy your riding gloves, your winter socks and if you’ve done a fair amount of training on them about sugar content and the benefits of flax, your horse treats....» Read More!
David Robinson, also known as the extraordinary equine videographer Harveywetdog whose motto is “where music meets motion,” is a friend of EN and his work is featured here often. From Blenheim to Burghley and in...» Read More!
A specialized track at the World Stem Cell Summit will be dedicated exclusively to stem cell research and regenerative medicine in horses....» Read More!
You’ll have heard of skijoring, but the Maynard family of Vancouver, BC is responsible for a new equestrian pastime they like to call “ditchboarding.” It’s like skijoring except with a wakeboard and a ditch full...» Read More!
In the market for a new four-legged partner? You may find your unicorn on our sister site, Sport Horse Nation. To help with the search, we’re going to feature a selection of current listings here...» Read More!
December is here! With the calendar flipping to its last page the holidays and the new year are right around the corner. I’m sure most of us are crazy busy with family gatherings and attempting to...» Read More!