A date change for Chattahoochee Hills has turned this event into a solid option as a final preparation run for horses and riders bound for Rolex, and more attractive for pairs based in Florida as opposed to...» Read More!
Chattahoochee Hills once again offered a bareback puissance challenge yesterday evening during their August horse trials....» Read More!
Chattahoochee Hills runs a late season Advanced alongside their CIC1/2*. It’s generally considered a good opportunity for those in the south to move up to a new level, and indeed we have quite a few...» Read More!
Chattahoochee Hills has worked hard to make their CIC3* and Advanced horse trials a banner event, but their spot on the calendar isn’t making it easy. With Jersey Fresh holding a CIC3* alongside their CCI3*...» Read More!
Like a teenager hosting a raging kegger while the parents are out of town, Chattahoochee Hills took advantage of the eventing world’s mass exodus to the American Eventing Championships in Texas last weekend to stage...» Read More!
Chattahoochee Hills hosted a summer horse trials this weekend, and Pollard Eventing took advantage of the home turf to secure wins in the Open Intermediate A as well as two of the Open Preliminary divisions....» Read More!
While there were not many entered in the CIC3* or the Advanced this past weekend at Chattahoochee Hills, Hugh Lochore’s cross country course was channeling a little bit of Rolex with the water complex. Taking a...» Read More!
The action is underway at Chattahoochee Hills, where dressage kicked off this morning on what looks to be a beautiful day down in Georgia. The EN team is on a break after covering Rolex, Badminton and...» Read More!
While much of the eventing world was focused on The Fork this past weekend, collegiate eventing took center stage at the Chattahoochee Hills April Horse Trials. Five colleges: University of Georgia, Auburn University, University of...» Read More!
Julie Pate and her OTTB, Catch Me If You Can, made a splash at Chattahoochee Hills last weekend when they took a by-all-accounts spectacular flier into the Training water. Photographer Eileen Dimond of Liz Crawley...» Read More!
Collegiate eventing is a growing sport among college athletes, offering an alternative to the traditional hunter/jumper, saddleseat and western options typically seen in athletic programs. The 2nd Annual Collegiate Team Challenge took place at the...» Read More!
Galloping my little chestnut mare over the river and through the woods at Flat Creek Ranch in Hogansville, GA, I jumped through a line of fences in the woods. I knew Mum was nestled in...» Read More!
Afternoon update: FEI to freeze rankings for riders on maternity leave, Ashley Adams part 11 Kentuckians will get to purchase Ground Passes (tickets to get into the Horse Park) for the WEGs at the discounted...» Read More!
in the bleachers at The Fork show jumping This weekend is a pretty slow weekend at the upper levels, despite the fact that the beautiful Chattahoochee hills is running an advanced, because most UL horses...» Read More!
It seems EN was not alone in our April Fools shenanigans. The below add was published as an April Fools joke in the Horse and Hound’s classified section: —- The Last UnicornPrice: price on applicationTelephone:...» Read More!
Fools in April: Someone who I will describe as a very important person in eventing came up to me today and said that multiple people have approached them this weekend shocked and concerned about the news...» Read More!
Noon update: Haiti Veterinary Outreach Update Science Daily: Why are there no unicorns?–Wait, unicorns don’t exist? Hint: the answer doesn’t have anything to do with Lord Voldemort eating them all. Website debating if unicorns are...» Read More!