Countless stories continue to emerge out of Normandy, the host site for what is quickly becoming the most disastrous international equestrian sporting event in recent memory. From a total breakdown in traffic, toilets, food, drink,...» Read More!
I have many stories to tell about the three-ring circus that was eventing at the World Equestrian Games, but one of the most egregious things I witnessed took place just after show jumping concluded on Sunday afternoon....» Read More!
While we’re nursing our WEG hangover (and binging even more as more disciplines begin competition this week!), it’s a good time to reflect on the past week and all of its ups and downs. What...» Read More!
Sitting tied for fourth place in a nearly 50-strong Advanced field at Millbrook Horse Trials, Callie Evans and Glendening Avis set out on Tremaine Cooper’s cross-country course ready to do battle. They jumped clear and...» Read More!
We all picked up the bug at some point in our lives. It may have been inevitable if you parents and cousins and yet-to-be-born siblings are all eventers, or at least diehard horse folk, or...» Read More!
Poor Princess Haya. Girl’s been looking forward to her December 2014 farewell party for probably eight years now but the FEI General Assembly keeps blocking her exit. Imagine being the bigwig at some company and,...» Read More!
This post originally appeared on Horse Nation. Who didn’t relish their barn rat days? Spending the entire day at the barn with your other barn rat friends, only to sleep for a few hours and...» Read More!
The United States Equestrian Federation looks to be taking a page from British Eventing’s book in its list of administrative penalties for June, which issued fines to two USEF judges for comments made last year...» Read More!
It’s Riders4Helmets International Helmet Awareness Day, and we here at EN got to thinking about the importance of helmets. I sent out a request for all of our writers to tell me why they wear...» Read More!
So you’re on the hunt for your next partner in crime, your future Olympic champion, or soon-to-be best friend. Congrats! You are now involved in the most exciting and simultaneously frustrating process in the entire...» Read More!
Carla Lake over at Horse Nation has composed a list of particular habits only horse people can relate to. While we aren’t as bad as victims on TLC’s freak show “My Crazy Obsession,” face it:...» Read More!
Denny Emerson is always a favorite of mine to read; I remember reading his “Between Rounds” columns in the Chronicle many years ago. He shares his wisdom freely, whether it’s tips on riding skills or...» Read More!
In this day and age, selling horses should be easy, right? There are dozens of advertising sites available online. Every cell phone has a camera, so it’s possible to get at least one photo of...» Read More!
The USEF released the High Performance Summer/Fall Training Lists Wednesday night, and there are a number of changes from November’s Winter/Spring List. Who moved up or down? Who are the newcomers? Which names are noticeably...» Read More!
Here at EN we’ve been having a heyday with British Eventing’s new Social Media Rule. And by “we” I mean “the Chinch,” EN’s furry freedom fighter who sprang into action upon learning that BE’s members...» Read More!
The world that we live in is fast and only getting faster. We walk fast, talk fast, post pictures on the internet fast, text with blazing fingers of lightning, and expect everyone and everything to...» Read More!
British Eventing announced an intense social media policy on June 3 that we’re surprised doesn’t have more members questioning its legitimacy on Facebook and Twitter. But that’s exactly what the rule has now banned. Click here...» Read More!
Remember a few short weeks ago when we were all moaning and groaning about the cold, the snow and the unseasonably long winter weather? Well, no worries because Mother Nature knows just how to be...» Read More!
You always wonder exactly what you’re going to get with a new group of selectors. With all the emphasis that’s been placed on getting U.S. dressage scores as close to the 45 mark as possible...» Read More!
Technically, trainers and coaches are people that we pay to critique our skills (or lack thereof) because we have seen them work miracles on horseback that we could only dream of accomplishing. We go to...» Read More!
At the conclusion of seven selection trials this year, we’re oh so close to finding out who will represent Team USA in Normandy at the World Equestrian Games. The final vet checks before naming the squad are taking...» Read More!
Today we wish to thank all of the wonderful dads out there the happiest of Father’s Days. Much like our horse-show moms, our dads are there to hold a horse or drive a trailer, all...» Read More!
That’s a wrap on the first day of dressage here at Luhmühlen. There’s a lot that goes unsaid when I’m manically typing reports and snapping photos all day — not to mention shooting the shakiest video since...» Read More!