The final Rolex preps have all concluded, and most of the major contenders are being bubble wrapped for Kentucky. We’ve had Galway Downs, The Fork, Twin Rivers and Belton overseas since Round 4, and the...» Read More!
We came across this video compilation of footage from Mark Todd and Charisma’s winning run in Seoul at the 1988 Summer Olympics. Mark and the legendary Charisma were a member of the bronze medal winning...» Read More!
EN is delighted to confirm that the USA’s own Derek di Grazia has been named the course designer for both the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Bromont, Quebec, and the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo,...» Read More!
It didn’t take many tries for the Americans to make the Olympic podium in the Equestrian disciplines; While we unsuccessfully campaigned a single rider in 1900 in a smattering of now unrecognizable contests (and no...» Read More!
We’re full swing into the season now, and our Round 3 rankings finally produced some movement. Red Hills and Twin Rivers both held CIC3* events since Round 2, which shuffled the ranks a bit. On...» Read More!
There’s a party going on in Paso Robles, California (and Fresno, Carmel Valley, and Puerto Rico) and it involves a lot of bubbles — both the sparkling kind and the wrapping kind. Lauren Billys and...» Read More!
Phillip Dutton and Boyd Martin hosted their second annual Masterclass at Stable View Farm in Aiken last night at the Celebration of U.S. Eventing, which raised funds to support the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team’s trip...» Read More!
Round 2 of the Power Rankings are upon us, and with Pine Top holding the only CIC3* of the season thus far, there wasn’t much movement from Round 1. A couple horses did move up the...» Read More!
Nothing takes the edge off a dressage test like three days of jumping competition spanning some 35+ miles — which describes the format of the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. That was the year eventing (or at...» Read More!
Bruce Haskell, president of ERA International, has penned an open letter in light of a meeting be held in London tomorrow for key stakeholders and representatives in the sport to discuss the future of eventing under...» Read More!
Phillip Dutton and Boyd Martin will bring their popular Masterclass back to Aiken this year with a twist, as the event is also serving as a fundraiser to help support the Land Rover U.S. Olympic...» Read More!
Welcome to EN’s first round of Olympic Power Rankings! This series will be a bi-weekly ranking of the qualified American pairs for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games running through the spring and concluding when the...» Read More!
Going to the Olympics is kind of a big deal. Whether you’re an athlete, a journalist, an owner or connected in some other way to these magnificent animals that compete in equestrian sport, the Olympic Games are the...» Read More!
“It takes a village.” That’s a saying we use often in the horse world, and it’s one that’s especially applicable in the context of getting our athletes on the podium. From the vets and farriers...» Read More!
Leaving the Aquece Rio Olympic Test Event last August I had plenty of concerns (such as: “Is this taxi driver going to mug me on the way to the airport?”) but whether or not the...» Read More!
Concerns that the 2016 Olympic equestrian events could be moved out of Brazil have been swirling since Luiz Roberto Giugni, president of the Brazilian Equestrian Confederation...» Read More!
It was announced this week that Los Angeles is the official U.S. candidate bidding for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games....» Read More!
On Saturday afternoon as I was finishing my cross-country report at the Aquece Rio Olympic Test Event, an event official walked into the press center and told us we needed to leave. “When?” She glanced...» Read More!
There’s a superstition in the theater that a bad dress rehearsal will equal a good opening night. Hopefully the saying doesn’t hold true for the Olympic eventing dress rehearsal just concluded in Deodoro, which offered...» Read More!
The world’s most high-profile eventing championship is no easy party to throw. But if this week’s Aquece Rio Olympic test event is any indication, the host site’s game plan is right on track. Of course, there’s...» Read More!
Brazilian eventers are nothing if not ballsy, so it seems fitting that they be the ones to have a crack at a scaled-down CIC2* version of next year’s Olympic cross-country track. Overnight leader of the...» Read More!
Nilson Moreira da Silva may ride under the Brazilian flag but ever since he moved to the States in 2011, he’s been embraced as one of our eventing community’s own. Based in Aiken with Laura...» Read More!
A total of 18 horses divided amongst 11 riders are buffed up, braided and ready to stride down the center line here at Aquece Rio International Horse Trials, a CIC2* serving as the Olympic test...» Read More!