Equestrian Canada and the Canadian Olympic Committee have just confirmed that Kathryn Robinson and Let It Be will replace Selena O’Hanlon and Foxwood High...» Read More!
After a few days of training camp at Meredyth South in Ocala, the Team USA event horses are loaded up and on the road to Miami, where they’ll board their flight to Rio tonight. A...» Read More!
The 2016 Olympic Games are almost here, and Rio de Janeiro is kicking off the action with their priorities in order. Eventing is one of the first sports taking place during the Games, with the first horse...» Read More!
Australia’s Olympic Eventing Team is hunkered down in the English countryside this week, making their final preparations for Rio. The team of Chris Burton and Santano II, Sam Griffiths and Paulank Brockagh, Shane Rose and...» Read More!
As the saying goes: When you fall off the horse, you have to get back on again. Eventers know this well, and perhaps Margaret “Gigi” McIntosh knows this best of all. Gigi has been knocked...» Read More!
We now have a detailed behind-the-scenes look at Canada’s muddled Olympic selection process, which initially gave Kathryn Robinson a slot on the team and relegated Jessica Phoenix to a reserve slot prior to the public team...» Read More!
The USEF just announced that Phillip Dutton has withdrawn Fernhill Cubalawn from the 2016 Olympic Games due to a minor injury sustained in training. Phillip will now ride HND Group’s Mighty Nice on the U.S. team. Both...» Read More!
Michael Jung just announced on his Facebook page that his first choice for Rio, fischerTakinou, has been withdrawn from the Olympic Games at the last minute due to an infection. The reigning Olympic champion La...» Read More!
Following the final entry deadline earlier this week for the 2016 Olympic Games, we now have the confirmed definite entry list for the 65 horses and riders that will ultimately compete in Rio de Janeiro. Twenty-four...» Read More!
We’re nearing the end of the Olympic team announcements! The Netherlands has named the horses and riders that will be sporting the bright orange Dutch colors in Rio de Janeiro. Congratulations to: Merel Blom and...» Read More!
The Confederação Brasileira de Hipismo has named the four horse/rider combinations that will comprise the Brazilian Olympic Team for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janerio: Carlos Parro and Summon Up The Blood, an...» Read More!
Following last week’s unfortunate news that Italian fan favorites Vittoria Panizzon and Borough Pennyz would not compete in the Olympic Games due to respective injuries, FISE has announced the team that will represent Italy in Rio...» Read More!
The German Equestrian Federation has officially announced the final selection for the team to Rio, and there are no major bombshells or surprises to be found here. The team was announced as follows: Ingrid Klimke...» Read More!
It’s been a tough week of injuries for Rio-bound horses. Maya Black and Doesn’t Play Fair were replaced by Lynn Symansky and Donner as the traveling reserve for the U.S. Olympic team on Tuesday, and...» Read More!
“Being told you can’t do something is the world’s greatest motivator,” says Shane Rose, who was named to the Rio-bound Australian Olympic Eventing Team earlier this week with CP Qualified. As an athlete Shane has...» Read More!
We’re loving the rider profiles the FEI is producing ahead of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro! Don’t miss this latest interview with Alex Hua Tian, China’s sole Olympic event rider and a...» Read More!
Olympic eventing has shape-shifted quite dramatically over the years, with early editions being nearly unrecognizable side-by-side with the modern sport. As we approach the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and with so much discussion taking...» Read More!
Equestrian Australia has announced that the following four riders will comprise its team for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro: Chris Burton and Santano II, a 9-year-old Hannoverian gelding owned by Black Run Syndicate...» Read More!
It’s a big day for Team GBR as all three equestrian teams have been announced for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The horses and riders selected to the British Olympic eventing team are:...» Read More!
Sports are always more interesting if you know the narratives behind the players. In advance of the 2016 Olympic Games, the FEI has been working with IMG Media to create a digital media package that...» Read More!
The U.S. Olympic Show Jumping Team was officially named this morning by the United States Equestrian Federation, and will include the following riders: Lucy Davis of Los Angeles, California, and Old Oak Farm’s Barron, a...» Read More!
If you take a detailed look at the pedigrees of our U.S. Olympic Eventing Team horses, you’ll not get too far along before finding more Olympic names across all disciplines of equestrian sport. And the team horses — Blackfoot...» Read More!
All around the world Olympic eventing team announcements are being dropped, but Canada is biding its time with the big reveal. A statement yesterday from Equine Canada indicates that the team will be officially announced...» Read More!