The USEA recently kicked off a great series of articles authored by Joe Verga celebrating the 2000-2010 decade of eventing highs. The first two articles recalled the glory of David O’Connor winning gold at the...» Read More!
There is something special about the first event of the season. Whether you are competing at the lowest or the highest of levels, the butterflies in your stomach that flutter while you pack for the...» Read More!
Everyone should have the chance to take a real dressage lesson from Kim Severson, because she’s the boss, but if you can’t, this is a pretty good substitute. Kim took Cooley Cross Border to Pine...» Read More!
It’s not often that a company can say it’s supported the highest scoring eventing horses in the U.S. for nine years running, but that’s exactly what World Equestrian Brands has done. The company outfits both Buck Davidson and...» Read More!
click to watch the video The USEA recently posted a highlight video from a recent clinic with World Equestrian Brands rider Kim Severson, courtesy of Eventing Training Online. In this video, Kim works with riders...» Read More!
As the World Equestrian Games approach, our Team horses and riders continue their preparation. Nearly the entire list of alternate horses are competing this weekend at the Horse Park of New Jersey HT, as well...» Read More!
Kim Severson is no stranger to the podium. With her beloved partner, Winsome Adante, she clinched the win at Rolex an astounding three times. In 2002, after winning her first Rolex CCI4* — second Rolex...» Read More!
The U.S. eventing community is buzzing with excitement tonight after the WEG squad announcement. Team USA will be Buck Davidson and Ballynoe Castle RM, Phillip Dutton and Trading Aces, Sinead Halpin and Manoir de Carneville,...» Read More!
A cross-country course is a pinball chute of highs and lows that can sending riders crashing from ecstasy to defeat at any given second. To locate where a rider — or a horse — is...» Read More!
Between Daylight Savings Time and spring officially beginning next week, things are really starting to lighten up around here! Check out this stunning photo from Liz Storandt, Kim Severson’s groom. Liz writes, “Hope Cove warming...» Read More!
Today dawned the second day of USEF High Performance Training Sessions here in Aiken, and true to tradition at this point, it was positively freezing. The unseasonably bitter wind combined with the freshly clipped horses...» Read More!
From Christina Kearse, Leigh Casaceli, and Sarah Rains: Last month the Clemson Intercollegiate Eventing Team hosted a clinic with three time Rolex winner and Olympic Silver medalist Kim Severson at Stoneridge Equestrian Center in Liberty,...» Read More!
Kim Severson’s position on the USEF Eventing Selection Committee has been replaced by Deborah Furnas, according to a USEF press release, with Phyllis Dawson serving as a substitute selector. Kim will now focus her time on her...» Read More!
Welcome to round 3 of EN’s group Rolex picks, whereby we have selected 3 combinations from each of our preview posts to move on to round 2. This is a bracket style competition, and at...» Read More!
Check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7 of EN’s Rolex competitor previews. Phillip Dutton and Kheops Du Quesnay: Homepage, Wikipedia Our fun fact about Phillip is that he is the fastest rider in the...» Read More!
SoPo Results, Poplar Results USEA Poplar Dressage and XC Recap, COTH Recap from SoPo Southern Pines (1) In the advanced A, Becky Holder and Courageous Comet moved up to win after Kim and Tipperary Liadhnan pulled...» Read More!