“When we really think about the Games, your primary way to go is through Kentucky or Jersey Fresh because of the time between those and the WEG. If that doesn’t work out and we need to...» Read More!
After much consideration, Clark Montgomery has decided to withdraw Loughan Glen from the upcoming Luhmühlen CCI4*. Three weeks ago, this pair won the dressage at Badminton with a stunning 33.3, only to become one of the...» Read More!
Entries for the Luhmühlen CCI4* went live this morning, and four American pairs are on the list. As expected, Phillip Dutton is re-routing Bruce Duchossois’ Mighty Nice after the horse tweaked a shoe before cross country...» Read More!
Highest of highs and lowest of lows — we use that phrase to describe the sport for a reason. Clark Montgomery was on top of the world Friday afternoon after winning the dressage at Badminton...» Read More!
Well, color me joyful. I just signed up for summer camp. Not just any camp: O’Connor event camp, my happy place in the world. After two years’ absence–one caused by both O’Connors spending the entire...» Read More!
#WheresMontgomery? Oh, you know — just winning Badminton after putting in a phenomenal dressage test with Loughan Glen for a score of 33.3. I have to confess that it’s really difficult for me not to...» Read More!
Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen have absolutely brought the house down here at Badminton, winning the dressage on an incredible 33.3 to move into a commanding lead. This horse is so good in this phase,...» Read More!
We only have four North Americans competing at Badminton this year, and all but Peter Atkins are based in England. But each one of them — Clark Montgomery, Tiana Coudray, Rebecca Howard and Peter —...» Read More!
Across the Pond is our new weekly update series on what our North American riders based in Europe are up to. Have a tip on an American or Canadian competing in Europe? Send it to...» Read More!
Clark Montgomery and Canada’s Rebecca Howard are busy training on the European circuit, and the PRO Blog has had a chance to catch up with these two as they begin their season in earnest. Clark...» Read More!
Samantha Clark was in attendance again at the USEF High Performance Training Sessions at Aston Le Walls in the UK, and provided a fantastic write-up for the PRO Blog. British-based US riders Clark Montgomery, Liz...» Read More!
Samantha Clark has posted a wonderful article on the Professional Riders Organization blog. Coach David O’Connor spent a few days working with British-based American riders Tiana Coudray (Ringwood Magister), Liz Halliday (Fernhill By Night and...» Read More!
The fabulous Samantha Clark paid a visit to Clark and Jess Montgomery at Christian Landolt’s yard to see Loughan Glen and Universe, as well as meet the two new youngsters that joined the team. And...» Read More!
This afternoon’s show jumping finale at Les Etoiles de Pau can only be described as a wild ride. Just four pairs jumped double clear rounds in the top 30 over Bernard Basque’s course, and only...» Read More!
All 50 horses that presented at the final inspection here at Les Etoiles de Pau passed and will move on to the show jumping, which begins at noon local time (7 a.m. EST). Only Helene...» Read More!
Kate and I had a powwow last night before we passed out about how we would define a successful cross-country day at Les Etoiles de Pau. We ultimately decided that five riders making it around...» Read More!
The cross country today here at Pau could not have been nicer, with warm temperatures and a light breeze, the crowds from all over the world packed in to see the horses and riders navigate...» Read More!
William Fox-Pitt held the lead for almost the entire first day of dressage here at Les Etoiles de Pau, and he bested his score from this morning as the second to last test of the...» Read More!
Clark and Jess Montgomery moved to England last winter with top horses Loughan Glen and Universe. Jess was kind enough to send us a little update on how they’re doing in preparation for Pau CCI4*....» Read More!
US Eventing High Performance has to be in a good mood after Blenheim CCI3*. Clark Montgomery and Loughan Glen finished third (tied for second, really) and first-timer Meghan O’Donoghue was 11th with Pirate. Meghan received...» Read More!