EN has confirmed that five total U.S. venues are bidding to host a new fall CCI4* in the U.S. If the FEI approves the new CCI4*, it will join Rolex Kentucky as the second four-star in the...» Read More!
I love back-in-the-day eventing footage — like this 47-minute highlight reel from the 1983 Gawler Three-Day Event in Australia. Gawler first ran in 1954 and was replaced by Adelaide International Horse Trials in 1997. The...» Read More!
Horses and wine … it’s a kind of chicken and the egg scenario, isn’t it? (Okay, a quick Google search did reveal that the discovery of the process for creating wine predated the domestication of...» Read More!
Werner and Marjolein Geven, professional riders and trainers based at Poplar Place Farm in Georgia, had long been searching for their daughter Tessa’s next perfect pony without success when a friend told them of a...» Read More!
I’ve spent the past few weeks reading every single cookbook that I own (plus a few new ones) and making exhaustive lists of things that I want to cook over the next few horrible cold...» Read More!
Deadly storms tore across Alabama on Tuesday and Wednesday, and Flint Ridge Farm of Huntsville took a direct hit....» Read More!
No-Stirrup November: We came, we rode, we conquered! If you toughed it out without your stirrups for the whole month, we bet you’re probably pretty sore and tired — but we also are willing to...» Read More!
We’re happy to see some Thoroughbred Makeover graduates popping on up on our classifieds site Sport Horse Nation! Here are two that did quite well for themselves in the competition, and one more available through...» Read More!
Admit it, we’ve all been enamored at one point or another about how great it would be to get a young horse and end up at a CCI4* or [insert level here]. Often build-your-own appears...» Read More!
U.S. eventing fans were treated to an unexpected surprise when 27-year-old Astier Nicolas, who won team gold and individual silver medals for France at the Rio Olympic Games, traveled to Florida to compete at the Ocala...» Read More!
Looking at this photo, I don’t know if I should laugh, cry, or send Sabrina a box of chocolates as well as some Orvis shampoo (for both horse and blanket!). Possibly a combination of all...» Read More!
We are loving this video Taggert VinZant of Bold Horse Media produced documenting Kylie Cahoon’s journey in the CCI* at the Ocala Jockey Club International Three-Day Event....» Read More!
The FEI has quietly released the new Rules for Eventing for 2017. For those who have memorized the rulebook word for word, you can check out the clean version here. If you’re like most people and need to...» Read More!
In the coming weeks, 10 Goresbridge Go for Gold graduates will be transported from Ireland to their new homes throughout North America. The Go For Gold sale has produced such stars as Buck Davidson’s Copper Beach...» Read More!
With recent announcements that Chris Bartle and Richard Waygood will team up to create a new coaching structure for the British eventing squad, Team GB is firmly in a transition following a fifth-place finish at...» Read More!
Colleen Loach has had a whirlwind year. In 2015 the Dunham, Quebec native made her first Canadian national team appearance as a member of the bronze-medal winning 2015 Pan American Games team in Toronto. Thirteen...» Read More!
If you are anywhere within driving distance of Middleburg this weekend, you should absolutely check out the festivities for Christmas in Middleburg. Featuring a tree lighting, a parade with a full complement of foxhunters and...» Read More!
May might seem like a long time away, but incoming Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials course designer Eric Winter is already busy executing his vision for the 2017 cross country track. In this #BehindBadminton video, Eric...» Read More!
This week’s edition of “What’s in Your Ring?” comes courtesy of Michael Willham, winner of the Hagyard Midsouth Long Format Prelim Three-Day in October. Michael and his 8-year-old Irish Sport Horse Fernhill Cayenne (A.K.A. “Cayenne”...» Read More!
Even the best-bred youngster is only as good as the training that horse receives. In acknowledgement of the importance of early equine education, the USEA’s Instructor Certification Program (ICP) and Young Event Horse Program (YEH)...» Read More!
So how did you fare this Thanksgiving weekend? No, I’m not asking if you regret eating enough mashed potatoes to fill a skull cap (I don’t) … I’m asking how your wallet is feeling after...» Read More!
Equestrian Canada has announced that Dr. Rob Stevenson will become Chair of the Eventing High Performance Advisory Group heading into the next cycle of major games. “I am thrilled that Rob has accepted this important...» Read More!
One of my favorite things about covering events for EN is keeping an eye out for exciting, young, up-and-coming horses. Leslie Law and Fernhill Divergent, a 6-year-old KWPN gelding (Affelay X Zakilly, by Odermus) owned by...» Read More!