Ingrid Klimke and Horseware Hale Bob stormed around clear and inside the time on Rüdiger Schwarz’s stiff Strzegom course, one of only four combinations to catch the optimum time at the European Championships. That cracking...» Read More!
As Equiratings‘ Diarm Byrne would say, Happy Hale Bob Day! Ingrid Klimke and Horseware Hale Bob OLD have won individual gold at the FEI European Eventing Championships, an accomplishment that has long eluded this decorated...» Read More!
The dust has settled after a very influential cross country day at the FEI European Eventing Championships, and we are now looking at a very different leaderboard than we had yesterday. Ingrid Klimke produced a...» Read More!
EN is sad to report that Michal Knap’s Bob The Builder, an 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood, has been euthanized following a fall at the FEI European Eventing Championships at Strzegom. Michal and Bob were riding as individuals...» Read More!
For years Germany has been an eventing force to be reckoned with, but this weekend at the FEI European Eventing Championships they’ve upped the ante even more as they smash records left and right. Bettina...» Read More!
The Germans have come to Strzegom stronger than ever. All four of their team riders earned sub-40 marks, and three currently sit in medal position. Not to mention they boast a combined score of 87.7 – a new world record....» Read More!
Bettina Hoy gave us a dressage exhibition at Strzegom today, scoring 24.6 with Seigneur Medicott to set a new European Championships record and take a nearly 10-mark lead after the first day of dressage. She now...» Read More!
After an agonising summer of trying to guess teams and pestering chef d’equipes for intel, I’m somewhat baffled to find that the European Championships are actually upon us. Of course, I’m stuck on a train...» Read More!
The 2017 European Eventing Championships are finally here! All 77 horses passed the first horse inspection today at Strzegom in Poland, and now all eyes will be on Michael Jung to see if he can...» Read More!
All 77 horses were accepted in today’s first horse inspection at the European Championships at Strzegom, sending 13 teams and individual riders from 19 nations forward to dressage....» Read More!