Lauren Billys is the first to say that representing Puerto Rico at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was far from easy. But not one to let any hurdles deter her, Lauren kept her head...» Read More!
Tim Bourke has become a very familiar face in the U.S. eventing scene since moving from his native Ireland a decade ago. He initially made his way over to the U.S. after graduating from college, landing...» Read More!
Many upper-level riders will tell you that it’s infinitely more difficult to see success at the top of the sport without having multiple horses. Should your plan of action derail with one horse, you have...» Read More!
The iconic red barns at Magister Equitum Stables in Hector, Minnesota were teeming with horses and riders during the Roebke’s Run July Horse Trials. Horses of all shapes and sizes settled into their stalls for...» Read More!
As the saying goes: When you fall off the horse, you have to get back on again. Eventers know this well, and perhaps Margaret “Gigi” McIntosh knows this best of all. Gigi has been knocked...» Read More!
William Randall Ward, better known in the eventing community as Randy, is a longtime trainer, competitor and coach in the New England eventing scene, and this weekend he is competing two mounts at Bromont: Grando,...» Read More!
The words “Clydesdale” and “eventing” don’t necessarily seem to go in the same sentence. Then you look at the likes of Colleen Rutledge’s Covert Rights and Ben Hobday’s Mulrys Error and think twice. It’s time...» Read More!
When you’re a seasoned upper-level eventing professional, there are many idiosyncrasies you adopt along the way. James Alliston is no exception and recently his support crew — Helen Bouscaren and groom Golly Martin along with...» Read More!
It was a slight twist of fate that brought a bright young horse into Zach Brandt’s barn. Zach has been growing his budding business as an eventing professional, a process that involves tough decisions and...» Read More!
Heather Morris and Charlie Tango, an 8-year-old Irish Sport Horse gelding owned by the Team Express Group, enjoyed a fantastic season in 2015, highlighted by five top-three placings at the two-star level, two of which were...» Read More!
Avery Klunick is a well traveled girl. Growing up in Texas, she never imagined she’d one day end up on both coasts pursuing her dreams of competing at the uppermost levels of the sport. Now,...» Read More!
Welcome to EN’s third annual Rolex Rookies series! We’re thrilled to be profiling the new faces on the entry list for Rolex this year, and we couldn’t be more excited for these riders taking their...» Read More!
“Go big or go home” seems to be Katherine Coleman’s mantra. If she decides she’s going to do something, she goes all in....» Read More!
When you follow Sara Mittleider’s story from the beginning to now, it’s almost impossible to believe that so much could happen to a person in one lifetime, let alone someone who is only 30 years...» Read More!
Between organizing shows in Mexico and flying back to the states to train, we caught up with busy Rolex Rookie Daniela Moguel to hear the incredible story of how her journey to Rolex started. When Daniela was...» Read More!
From the very first time Ashley Johnson galloped Tactical Maneuver around a cross-country course, she had a feeling she might have four-star partner on her hands. “When I bought him I thought I would re-sell...» Read More!
As her first go at Rolex approaches, many people have remarked to Caroline that it seems she’s been riding at the upper levels so long, it’s surprising that it’s her first four-star. For Caroline, though,...» Read More!
Nilson Moreira da Silva’s ride of three years may be a “Muggle” but that doesn’t mean there isn’t something magical about this pair. Coming off a win at Poplar Place CIC3* last month, Nilson hopes to...» Read More!
Louisiana hometown girl Sydney Conley Elliott is a lifelong equestrian and horse lover about to realize her goal of competing at the Rolex Kentucky CCI4*....» Read More!
If you have spent any time eventing on the East Coast, be it Aiken or Pennsylvania, you have most likely seen the faded green sweatshirt of Ryan Wood galloping by on what appears to be...» Read More!
New Zealand eventer Tim Price made the most of his first trip to Rolex in 2015, finishing in second place with Wesko, the 13-year-old Dutch gelding owned by Christina Knudsen and the Wesko Syndicate. When...» Read More!
With the naming of the 2016 Eventing 25/18 Training Lists, there are a lot of talented young riders who are ready to take the eventing world by storm. We continue our profiles of these riders...» Read More!
Having a horse to gallop around big Advanced courses has been a long time coming for Kirsten Buffamoyer. No stranger to the concept of having plans go awry when it comes to horses, Kirsten is...» Read More!