Coti Hausman, of Waxhaw, North Carolina, and her 8-year-old Oldenburg gelding Quantico became eventing partners in 2014. They moved up to Preliminary this year and picked up two wins in a row before making their...» Read More!
This stunning recap following the Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships presented by Land Rover created a buzz on social media upon its release, and we can certainly see why....» Read More!
Somehow we made it through five days of the USEA American Eventing Championship without posting a single Who Jumped It Best. Fear not, now is your chance to choose which Junior Novice horse and rider...» Read More!
From riders and their crews to spectators and officials, everyone who attended the 2016 American Eventing Championships left with the feeling that they’d witnessed something special. A big thank-you, once again, to everyone who made...» Read More!
Imagine being a junior rider competing in this year’s American Eventing Championships. It’s likely the biggest event of your life, and everything just feels like a big deal to match: the huge arena, the giant...» Read More!
Ryan Wood had four horses contesting this year’s USEA Adequan Advanced Gold Cup Championship Finals, and he claimed the tip-top leaderboard positions with two of them. Ryan and cross country leader Powell, a 10-year-old Oldenburg gelding...» Read More!
Cindy Deporter, of Oxford, NC, had a tumultuous year but through everything remained determined to compete at the USEA American Eventing Championship with her 11-year-old Hanoverian mare Ana D. Her perseverance paid off as she...» Read More!
Troy Wing Eventing, based at Altair Farm in Rochester, New York, had not initially planned to attend the 2016 AEC, but when they realized several of them were qualified they decided to make the 15...» Read More!
The American Eventing Championships’ penultimate day has come and gone, and we have more division winners to announce. Merial Open Intermediate: Marilyn Little and RF Scandalous (22.7) Master Novice Amateur: Cynthia Deporter and Ana D...» Read More!
Marilyn Little took command of the Intermediate Championship at the 2016 AEC right from the get go, scoring a 22.3 in dressage with her Pan American Games gold medal partner RF Scandalous. “Kitty,” owned by Jacqueline...» Read More!
Beating the clock was the name of the game on today’s Adequan Advanced Gold Cup Finals cross country course. And while nobody managed to get out in front of it, those who came within striking...» Read More!
Here’s the first of many AEC helmet cams we hope share with you and it’s a good one. Justin Hull and his own 14-year-old Andalusian gelding Sterling Silver were double clear during yesterday’s cross country...» Read More!
The sun and sizzling temps of earlier this week were a distant memory today when the morning dawned gray, cool and damp. Spirits stayed bright, however, as we saw our first AEC champions crowned. Preliminary...» Read More!
Courtney Cooper has big dreams for Tender Bravissimo, and his performance this week at the American Eventing Championships indicates he is game to chase them....» Read More!
When Allison Springer and Arthur canter up the centerline you’d be a fool to bet against them. They proved the smart money right once again today at the American Eventing Championships, besting a stacked field...» Read More!
I’ve been to the American Eventing Championships at the past three locations (Illinois, Georgia, Texas) in various capacities (rider, friend, coach, press). And from each and every angle from which I’ve participated, the AECs have...» Read More!
Leslie Law is having a great weekend here at the American Eventing Championships, leading the Professional’s Choice Training Horse Division after cross country on Sky’s the Limit. He and Tracey Corey’s 6-year-old Westphalian mare scored...» Read More!
I’ve done Land Rover test drives before. Teeter-totter bridges, narrow tunnels, hanging sideways off the side of a mound … yeah, it’s a bit unnerving, but unless you commit a pilot error of EPIC proportions...» Read More!
Hosted for the first time by the Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina, the Nutrena American Eventing Championships have made a highly anticipated return to the East Coast. With quite a strong contingent set to...» Read More!
You guys, this place is kind of crazy. Tryon International Equestrian Center is for all practical purposes a self-sufficient town, equipped with pretty much everything one needs to get by at least for a week...» Read More!
What eventer hasn’t fantasized about blasting full-tilt across a perfectly manicured golf course? Nothing but you, your horse and acres of velvety green bermudagrass beckoning to be galloped upon. The 2016 American Eventing Championships offers...» Read More!
The cross country maps have been made public for the upcoming Nutrena USEA American Eventing Championships, presented by Land Rover, at the Tryon International Equestrian Center!...» Read More!
On the fence about whether to put in your entry for the 2016 American Eventing Championships (Aug. 31 – Sept.4)? Let’s make a pros and cons list: PROS Fun championship atmosphere Horsey road trips are the...» Read More!