After a WEG experience that ended with both tragedy and triumph for Great Britain, Harry Meade spoke candidly at Burghley to reflect on his weekend. Sadly, Harry lost his horse, Wild Lone, to what he...» Read More!
World championship competition is not generally the time when riders let their fashion freak flag fly. But that didn’t stop Finnish eventer Sanna Siltakorpi from donning a hot-pink coat, blinged out helmet and purple stirrups...» Read More!
From Tamie: I’m vastly approaching that decade where you actually start to care about the fact you might be considered “older” by the younger generations. While I do feel lucky to be old enough to...» Read More!
Did everyone see the costume contest action from Roebke’s Run Horse Trials? Riders, horses, and dogs got decked out in their best “Over the Border” finery for the chance to win some big cash prizes at the...» Read More!
If you hadn’t heard yet, Andrew Nicholson made history yesterday by winning his third consecutive Burghley title. You can catch up with all of the action you may have missed over on Burghley.tv, but in...» Read More!
I didn’t know what to expect from my Hamilton BioVet UltrOZ System free trial and I am delighted to say it has been a positive experience for far. One of my biggest frustrations with treating Nicky’s injury...» Read More!
As always, Pippa Cuckson has hit the nail directly on the head, this time in regards to the “French farce” that was the 2014 World Equestrian Games. Though the Games may now be over, discussion of...» Read More!
With his fourth-place finish at Burghley this weekend with Bay My Hero, William Fox-Pitt clinched the FEI Classics win for the 2013-2014 season. The FEI Classics series awards $120,000 in prize money to the top...» Read More!
Hartwell Stud Farm and the McCann family announced with great sadness the peaceful passing of the legendary Irish Sport Horse stallion, Cruising, this morning. From Hartwell Stud Farm: The McCann family and Hartwell Stud are...» Read More!
A barn fire. Olympics. Burghley. Boekelo. Luhmühlen. World Equestrian Games. It’s an understatement to say Boyd Martin and Lindsey Taylor endured a lot together in her three-year tenure as head groom and barn manager at...» Read More!
Seriously, how much of a bad ass is Andrew Nicholson? To take top honors at Burghley three times is an astounding feat. I’m starting to believe that it’s something in the waters of the southern...» Read More!
Burghley weekend has come and gone in a flash, and Andrew Nicholson has emerged as the winner of his historic third trophy. How exactly does the man do it? Your guess is as good as...» Read More!
The weekend has concluded, and the results are in: Andrew Nicholson is an absurdly good rider and that is that. I was secretly (not-so-secretly) rooting for Jock Paget to win, because I thought that might...» Read More!
Laine Ashker continued her winning ways with a victory in the Advanced division at Five Points this weekend. Laine is working her way toward Texas, where she will compete for a repeat win in the...» Read More!
WEG is winding down with the final day of competition, and the show jumping and driving finales definitely closed the games out with a bang. The day belonged to the Dutch, who took home the...» Read More!
The sun finally came out today at Burghley, to bring along a historic day in Eventing history. Andrew Nicholson and Avebury have just become your 2014 Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials champions, which makes them...» Read More!
We’re back with another edition of By the Numbers, Burghley style. Today’s cross country was definitely up to speed for what has become legend at Burghley, but how does it stack up against last year’s...» Read More!
The second horse inspection dawned bright and brisk this morning, with just forty-two horses completing the cross country course of the previous day. Four horses were sent to the holding box, including Roo Fox’s Fleet...» Read More!
Our good friends at Horse & Hound are live blogging every ride of every phase at Badminton Horse Trials. Join H&H website editor Carol Phillips and then watch the rides for yourself on Burghley TV,...» Read More!
Have I told you how much I love coffee? This has nothing to do with Burghley or Andrew Nicholson or even eventing or anything important really, but I do. I love coffee. I am firmly...» Read More!
The final four competition of the show jumping at WEG is probably one of my favorite events to watch. The riders will have to switch horses for tomorrow’s rounds, really making it a test of...» Read More!
As is the case with most events, and with eventing in general, it was a day of ultimate highs and terrible lows, and everything else in between. We are left in the wake of the...» Read More!
It was a tricky day out on cross country for Burghley competitors, and at the end of the day it’s a very experienced and diverse group sitting atop the leaderboard. The time proved to be...» Read More!