Combined driving features three-phases of competition: dressage, marathon (like our cross country) and cones (like our show jumping). A driver may compete with a single horse or pony, two in hand or four in hand....» Read More!
Combined driving is basically eventing on wheels. There are three phases — dressage, marathon and cones — and like our sport it’s a real test of athletic well-roundedness. The marathon phase is the combined driving equivalent...» Read More!
From Emily: Often our paths are not a straight line, and Suzy’s story of her entrance into driving demonstrates persistence and a love of horses and competition. Suzy began riding at a young age and competed...» Read More!
Saturday was marathon day at the Live Oak International combined driving event in Ocala, FL. Hosted by the Weber family’s Live Oak Stud, the event is an awesome way to spend a weekend. Several thousand...» Read More!
I have a feeling that each week, I complain more and more about the cold and snow. Well, this week is no different. Minnesotans stubbornly cling to whatever remaining dreams of spring they might have...» Read More!
If you thought Indoor Eventing was a thrill, check out Boyd Exell driving through marathon obstacles inside at the London International Horse Show. Watch as four horses gallop in unison, somehow managing to twist their...» Read More!
Meet Norman. He is the official mascot for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy. He is also exceedingly adorable. Alltech recently posted a link to a video series showing how Norman is preparing for...» Read More!
On Wednesday morning, we linked to an article in the Horse and Hound announcing Great Britain is unlikely to send a full Driving team to the WEG in Kentucky due to the high cost of transporting the...» Read More!