“Once upon a time …” So many of us grew up with fairy tales, and perhaps dreaming that one day they’d come true in real life, but how many of us could turn our own...» Read More!
Angela Grzywinski is a member of an incredibly exclusive club, as she not only has a wonderful $1 horse, but she took that horse to Rolex this year and completed their first CCI4* together. In...» Read More!
Madeline Backus has learned the ins and outs of the sport of eventing over the past few years, riding horses from a young age and producing them to the upper levels. We first glimpsed Madeline...» Read More!
Last week on EN’s Got Talent, we introduced you to Kelly Pugh’s talented young horse, Corazon, owned by David and Candace Garrett. Corazon recently completed his first CCI* with Kelly in the irons at Rebecca...» Read More!
The $1 Horse Club is EN’s newest series. Do you know of a horse that was sold for $1 and went on to achieve greatness in eventing? From serious upper-level horses to first-time eventing horses...» Read More!
Three former upper-level stars competed in the Junior Training divisions at Millbrook Horse Trials last weekend, and it’s clear they are loving life with their new riders at the lower levels of the sport, not to mention...» Read More!
We’re excited to bring you the first in a new series following the newly formed Elevate Event Team, powered by Kentucky Performance Products. Check out the Kentucky Performance Products blog for more information....» Read More!
Until the winter of 2010, Taryn Nolte was a pure show jumper, having no cross country experience whatsoever. She was working for Michael Walton down in Wellington, showing one of his horses in the High...» Read More!
As with many Australians who have relocated to the States, Rolex was what caught Bella Mowbray’s eye when she made her first trip to the U.S., and it’s been a goal of hers ever since....» Read More!
The 8-year-old KWPN gelding owned by David and Candace Garrett is aptly nicknamed “Toddy” in the barn, after Sir Mark Todd, who won the Olympics the year he was born. He’s got the big shoes...» Read More!
It’s been just a few months since 22-year-old Beau Guimond stepped down from his full-time working student position at Boyd Martin’s Windurra USA to set up his own business, but he’s already created a model...» Read More!
One of the greatest aspects of the sport of three-day eventing is the potential for Cinderella stories. It seems that perhaps more so than with other disciplines, we are constantly able to take horses that were...» Read More!
After a trip to the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event with with Rege Dvorsky’s Collection Pass in April and another trip up to Bromont CCI with her string of off-track Thoroughbreds at the beginning of June, Maryland-based...» Read More!
Will Coleman has his sights set on Blenheim in September after being awarded a Land Rover USEF Competition Grant. As he starts gearing OBOS O’Reilly up for the trip to Woodstock England, Will graciously set...» Read More!
At 19 years old Jenny Caras isn’t old enough to order a margarita, yet she’s just old enough to pilot a 1,000+ pound animal over the sort of jumps that make even the most seasoned...» Read More!
Bunnie Sexton’s original Rolex Rookie debut in 2014 may have been pushed back a year, but she finally got her chance last weekend after the stars aligned for her to have a nearly perfect weekend in...» Read More!
C4 sponsored rider Jennie Brannigan is hot off of her first official CCI4* completion at Rolex, and she graciously took a few minutes to answer some of our questions for this month’s Q&A. Well-known in...» Read More!
Cool Decision had never even cantered under saddle when Amanda Wilson went to try him. He was 4 1/2 years old and had 45 days of training. With all that in mind, she trotted him...» Read More!
When we featured Maya Black and Doesn’t Play Fair on EN’s Got Talent back in 2013, they were gearing up for the horse’s first CCI2* at Galway Downs that fall. Now, nearly a year and a...» Read More!
Finding a horse that is capable of competing at the Advanced levels is a tough challenge, and one that many event riders, professional or not, face each time they evaluate a new prospect. Finding a...» Read More!
Liz Halliday-Sharp knew she wanted to ride at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event from the moment she stepped foot on the cross country course at the inaugural CCI4* in 1998. “That was what made me...» Read More!
It’s been almost nine years since Gina Miles was last seen galloping around Rolex aboard McKinlaigh, who was inducted into the USEA Hall of Fame last week. Fans of this pair will remember the impressive...» Read More!
Competing at Rolex for the first time after years of hard work is a huge accomplishment. Competing in your first Rolex on a horse you bred and produced yourself is an even bigger achievement, and that’s...» Read More!