Equestrian Events Inc. has announced that the prize money for the 2016 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event has been increased from $300,000 to $350,000. This is the second consecutive year that the event has seen a...» Read More!
Equestrian Events Inc. announced yesterday that prize money will be boosted from $250,000 to $300,000 for the 2015 Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event, which increases the payout to all top 20 finishers. “The Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event...» Read More!
There is quite a bit of chatter about Doug Payne’s recent article for Chronicle of the Horse about the idea that increased prize money will help grow our sport in the U.S. Plenty of people...» Read More!
The Chronicle of the Horse published an interesting article yesterday written by Doug Payne: “Eventing Needs New Bones Under A Facelift.” Doug laid out a proposal for a three-tiered system of events, at C, B,...» Read More!
Badminton announced today on its website that prize money is increasing for this year’s event, going up to £80,000 from £65,000 for the winning rider. The lower placings will also receive a boost in prize money...» Read More!
EventEntries.com has made entering an event a much easier process– all your information is stored, you simply select a horse, rider, choose an event, and in a snap your form is all filled out and...» Read More!
Responding to riders’ demand for more prize money (see @EPrizemoney on Twitter), British Eventing announced a 3% increase in rewards at events next year. However, the increase is not without a price– and riders are...» Read More!
Horse & Hound published a brief article today noting the creation of a new Twitter account — @EPrizemoney — that highlights the growing demand for prize money at events. Sounds like a good thing, doesn’t it? Prize money...» Read More!