The USEF announced today that it is accepting bids to host a leg of the 2016 FEI Nations Cup Eventing Series here on U.S. soil, which would be a huge step forward for eventing in North America....» Read More!
Andrew McConnon made a good friend when he met Rachel Jurgens, who produced the 19-year-old OTTB gelding, Ziggy, to the CCI4* level as an amateur. After Rachel and Ziggy finished in the top 30 in...» Read More!
Hold onto your hats, EN — the Germans are coming to Rolex! We reported last month that both Andreas Dibowski and Michael Jung were planning to head for Rolex, and we finally have confirmation. Michael Jung will...» Read More!
Jumping obstacles, slogging through mud, and pushing one’s strength, speed and endurance to the limits are all part of eventing. It comes as no surprise that eventers Daniel Sarango and Michael Pollard also seek thrills...» Read More!
Post by Lainey Ashker. We’re so glad that the USEF lifted the temporary ban on helmet cams — how else would we get to experience courses like these from behind the ears of a horse...» Read More!
Entries for the Badminton Horse Trials have been released, and no U.S. or Canadian riders will compete at the event this year. With the final selection trials for the U.S. Pan American Games squad taking...» Read More!
Spring is an absolutely incredible time of year. I love watching the world come back to life after seeming like it’s been sleeping for the past several months while hiding under a lovely blanket of snow. The snow has finally...» Read More!
Lynn Symansky announced today that she is offering syndicate shares for Donner, her 12-year-old OTTB gelding with whom she represented the United States at both the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara and the 2014 World Equestrian...» Read More!
Everyone’s favorite flying deer is descending upon Kentucky this year, the latest updates to the Rolex entry list show. Fan favorites Lynn Symansky and her 12-year-old OTTB gelding, Donner, are scheduled to make their return...» Read More!
I’m not going to lie to you, I’m kind of addicted to subscription boxes. It all started with BirchBox, which is hilarious because I really don’t even use makeup these days but I still feel...» Read More!
With the rapid rise in popularity of subscription boxes, it’s no wonder that the equine market has jumped on the bandwagon. And why not? Horse people are always looking for the next best product to...» Read More!
I haven’t been to the Carolina Horse Park in 10 years. The last time was in 2005 when I competed my Thoroughbred Sam in the Junior Novice division at the AEC. So being at the...» Read More!
It wouldn’t be Sunday Funday without a bit of OTTB window shopping, wouldn’t you agree? Whether you’re on the hunt for your next upper level prospect or in search of a partner to hit the...» Read More!
Leslie Law and Tout de Suite showed us all how it’s done in the CIC3* at Poplar Place today, taking their time but still coming home with enough in hand to clinch the win after...» Read More!
Rails came tumbling down in this afternoon’s Advanced show jumping at Carolina International Horse Trials to shake up the leaderboards and ultimately determine the winners....» Read More!
Michael Jung and La Biosthetique Sam put the cherry on top of a triumphant weekend at Fontainebleau today, jumping clear with one time penalty in the show jumping to win on a cumulative score of...» Read More!
We’ve said it time and again, EN Karma is real. So we’re delighted to report that one of EN’s very own writers won an Intermediate division at the Cloud 11 ~ Gavilan North Carolina International...» Read More!
It’s time to play Who Jumped It Best? Carolina Training Rider Edition! The CIC divisions wrapped up yesterday here at the Carolina International Horse Trials in Raeford, North Carolina, and today the national divisions are...» Read More!
The Rolex entry list now boasts 59 strong entries, with several new additions making an appearance on this list yesterday. The entry list is a great mix of returning veterans and first time or up...» Read More!
I will own up to the fact that when I was a kid I was much more competitive. In my teens, I went in to the show ring with an “I’m here to win this”...» Read More!
Marilyn Little continued her winning ways this afternoon at the Carolina International in Raeford, North Carolina, taking home first and second in the Southern Pines Equine Associates CIC1*, which ran in the traditional format with...» Read More!
If there were any questions remaining regarding La Biosthetique Sam’s return to FEI competition this weekend, Michael Jung quickly silenced them in Ze Terminator fashion, clocking in a clear and quick cross country run today...» Read More!
The top three on the board in the CIC3* at Poplar Place remained unchanged after the pairs contested Jan Brodkin’s course today. Leslie Law and Tout de Suite jumped with no jumping penalties and one...» Read More!