Let’s face it: some horse names stand out, whether it’s a racehorse named Arrrrr or (my personal favorite) a chunky pony I met at a Kentucky schooling show named Fatty McButterpants. How about a Thoroughbred stallion...» Read More!
Celebrating the return of power and sunny weather, all the who’s who of Eventing turned up last night at the biennial Olympic Gala at the Willcox Hotel in downtown Aiken, South Carolina. As only the...» Read More!
Katie Lindsay was kind enough to send us some “ravings” — as she calls it — on this year’s Winter Olympic Games. Do we have any other Olympic nuts out there? And do you agree...» Read More!
John sent this video to me yesterday, and ever since I’ve been trying to figure out how it relates to eventing so I could post it here. Conclusion: It has nothing do with eventing except...» Read More!
The rain has finally come to California. It blasted us hard all day Saturday which meant for me, no riding and a chance to go do “regular people things”, like hit the grocery store. Of...» Read More!
Photos of Team USA goalie Ryan Miller’s 2014 Sochi Olympic mask have reportedly sparked a movement for more intimidating helmet designs for the 2016 U.S. Olympic eventing team in Rio. Designer Ray Bishop of Bishop...» Read More!
We here at EN have had no choice but to begin searching for Michael Pollard’s cloning technology, as the man seems to literally be in a million places at once. When he is not blazing...» Read More!
Our sport lost a great one on Friday when Jessica Phoenix’s long time partner, Exploring “Digby,” passed away in Florida. Jessica posted the following on her Facebook: It’s with extreme sadness that I’m writing to...» Read More!
Seeing Pierre Michelet’s cross-country courses just became a whole lot more important, as Capt. Mark Phillips and Derek di Grazia have confirmed the French designer has been tapped for the 2016 Olympic course in Rio,...» Read More!
Hey EN, it’s ESJ remember me? I know it has been over a month since my last post on EN, it actually feels like longer. It’s not that I don’t love you anymore, it has...» Read More!
Sometime in the next two weeks I expect the Aussie selectors to finally declare their hands. My guess is at the moment, they are currently cutting up little squares of paper and writing horse names...» Read More!
The Brits, or as us Aussies prefer to call them, the Poms. As home team one would assume that they perhaps have a home team advantage. But given that Greenwich park is a new venue...» Read More!
This weekend sees one of Australia’s best events happening the Eventing Equestriad at Camden. This relatively new event (only a few years old) has quickly become a favourite for Eventers from around Australia. There are...» Read More!
So here we are, we are on the second last team of ESJ’s Olympic team picks, this time we look at an equestrian powerhouse: the Germans. There is no doubt that at the end of...» Read More!
OK, here it goes, the French, the Frogs. I thought picking the Aussies was tough, this French list has more names that are unpronounceable for this Aussie bloke, a VERY long B list and...» Read More!
Stuart Tinney and Panamera, winners at the Aus Three Day CCI4* last year If you have been following this series so far, you will know I have tackled the Canadian, US and New Zealand teams...» Read More!
If only this really worked! (Photo Courtesy of makolane) Good Morning EN Readers! It’s Friday! Let’s all cheer in celebration for another long week nearly over! Somedays I feel like I need Pony GPS (pictured above)...» Read More!
(Photo courtesy of Gawker) Happy Friday, EN Readers! I hope you’ve all got your lucky rabbits’ feet with you, because it’s Friday The 13th! Yes, a day made legendary by suspiciously poor choices and...» Read More!
Happy New Years, Horse Lovers! Hello EN Readers! Welcome to the Final Saturday Links post of 2011!! The next time we meet, it will be in the year 2012 (and will my Mayan calendar have...» Read More!
Katie’s article “Where Have All The Good Times Gone” has generated a great deal of discussion here on Eventing Nation and elsewhere. In our very first post ever, I explained that I wanted Eventing Nation...» Read More!
The WEG 2010 Radio Show, from our friends at the Horse Radio Network have a really fantastic eventing guest this week. Eventer Alex Hua Tian was the China’s first ever Olympic rider in 2008 at...» Read More!