After a hard-fought battle, we’re excited to announce the victors of the 7th Annual EN Blogger Contest’s round 2 assignment, which asked the finalists to examine how we can make eventing more appetizing, engaging and understandable to...» Read More!
In the 10 months that I spent as a working student I created amazing memories, learned volumes and made an absurd number of mistakes. Luckily for you I’m going to reveal some of my own...» Read More!
After ten years in the States and six years back in the UK, playing ponies the whole time, I’m often asked whether I find the equestrian industries different in each country. I’ve given it some...» Read More!
She doesn’t halter well and has poor manners when leading because she’s scared. She’s head shy. She doesn’t pick up her feet. She doesn’t do well being bridled. She gets very scared in a trailer....» Read More!
I’ve been trying to keep my riding alive this spring. But, I broke my leg in May. Just sheared off the bottom of my fibula as I stepped down on wet decking and slipped at...» Read More!
As riders, we have all experienced “ah ha” moments, when the answers to long-standing questions finally become clear. Ironically in many cases these flashes of clarity are often related to a simple concept that we...» Read More!
The trusty first-aid kit. While no eventing trailer seems complete without it, many have no desire to crack into theirs until disaster strikes. But knowing the contents, or better yet building your own, can ensure proper action...» Read More!
Training with top coaches is an experience no rider should take for granted, but it can be tough when they leave to pursue their own competition goals. This spring Jordan Linstedt took to the East Coast...» Read More!
Relationships are hard. If that were not the case then there would be no need for the endless advice from every father/mother/sister/brother and their dog about how to survive one. That being said, I have...» Read More!
The 7th Annual Eventing Nation Blogger Contest drew its usual massive number of entries, and the chinchillas judging panel narrowed the submissions to eight finalists....» Read More!
I have to admit, Blogger Contest time is easily one of my favorite times of year, right up there along with The-Event-Formerly-Known-As-Rolex and whatever the next event is in which Michael Jung is competing. So...» Read More!
“Can’t we just call it a tie?” As we neared the finish line of the 6th annual EN Blogger Contest, there was a great deal of debate among the EN staff about whether we could...» Read More!