The Olympic Games isn’t an “another day, another horse show” type situation. It’s an experience to be relished, a collection of colorful memories our Team USA riders will be able to call on for the...» Read More!
The USEF has just named the U.S. Eventing Team for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The announcement reads as follows: The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named four athlete-and-horse combinations...» Read More!
A third place finish at Aachen for Team USA! How exciting. I am especially impressed with this outing as it seemed to come together very quickly. There are plenty of times where my friends and...» Read More!
It’s not every day you get to pick William Micklem’s brain about breeding, bloodlines and his take on the state of U.S. eventing as a whole. We’re running a three-part series in which William addresses...» Read More!
Joanie Morris, USEF Managing Director of Eventing, always finds the most beautiful places for our U.S. horses and riders to train around the world, but she really has outdone herself this time, securing permission for...» Read More!
Team USA has officially entered the final countdown leading up to the World Equestrian Games, as the horses shipped to the USET training facility in Gladstone, N.J., yesterday for training camp, which will be held...» Read More!
The USEF has just named the U.S. eventing squad for the World Equestrian Games! The announcement reads as follows: The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named six athlete-and-horse combinations to the Squad for the Land...» Read More!
After two full days of CCI4*dressage, watching a total of 75 horses and riders compete and eating more than my fair share of french bread, I’ll admit that I’m fully ready for some cross-country action....» Read More!
Mud, mud and more mud — that about sums up how the day went at Boekelo. Rain fell all night, and I knew when I walked by the main stadium and spotted standing water that...» Read More!
Good morning from Boekelo! We’re halfway through the first day of dressage here at the Grolsch Nations Cup, and Germany holds the preliminary lead, as Julia Krajewski and Lost Prophecy put in a lovely test...» Read More!