On the heels of the USEF’s naming of Phillip Dutton as the 2016 Equestrian of the Year, the HND Group’s Mighty Nice has now been crowned the 2016 International Horse of the Year. Mighty Nice,...» Read More!
In past years EN has awarded the title of Evening Nation Horse and Rider of the Year based on popular vote. With 2016 being an Olympic year and one combination stepping up as the heroes of...» Read More!
We posted a Rolex injury update last week on Mighty Nice, who was withdrawn from the event due to soreness on his stifle following cross country. It was discovered that “Happy,” an 11-year-old Irish Sport Horse...» Read More!
With so many safety considerations and developments in the works for the sport of eventing, the German National Federation’s eventing task force has further explored the use of deformable fences in course design. One of the...» Read More!
It’s been 10 months since Mr. Medicott aggravated an old tendon injury at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, forcing his withdrawal from the competition after sitting in third place following cross country. Since then, Phillip...» Read More!
The U.S. contingent is down one horse at Burghley this morning, as Phillip Dutton posted on his Facebook page that he had to withdraw Mighty Nice before the first horse inspection: “Unfortunately, Bruce Duchossois’ Mighty...» Read More!
Phillip Dutton posted on his Facebook page this afternoon that Bruce Duchossois’ Mighty Nice is resting comfortably after a mild colic episode last night, on the second day of U.S. training camp at the USET...» Read More!
With Mr. Medicott out of World Equestrian Games contention, Phillip Dutton needed to make a strong statement to the selectors at Luhmühlen today with Mighty Nice. They had to follow Lucinda Fredericks and Flying Finish, who...» 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!
Emily Beshear and Here’s To You set the benchmark as the second pair out in the first Advanced division here at The Fork, scoring 29.1 to hold the lead following the dressage. Quincy was going...» Read More!