UK-based U.S. eventer Tiana Coudray recently had a huge weekend at Badminton — not over four-star fences, but in the 4- and 5-year-old Dubarry Young Horse Qualifiers hosted earlier in the week. Her first win...» Read More!
After battling a string of small setbacks over the better part of the past two seasons, Tiana Coudray is finally back on track with her London Olympic partner Ringwood Magister. “Finn,” a 15-year-old Irish Sport...» Read More!
Although U.S. Olympian and four-star rider Tiana Coudray wishes she’d had an entry in the Land Rover Burghley CCI4* this past weekend, she made her journey up to Lincolnshire count, bringing two stunning horses to...» Read More!
Tiana Coudray packed her bags and moved to England in a quest to further her eventing career in 2011. Since then, she’s represented the U.S. at the Olympics and made her way around some of...» Read More!
Setbacks are difficult in any year, but they’re especially frustrating in a championship year, and Tiana Coudray has confirmed that Ringwood Magister is currently sidelined with a minor injury. Following his valiant performance at Badminton,...» Read More!
PRO’s Samantha Clark recently paid Tiana Coudray a visit at her new digs in Berkshire. Tiana has been able to successfully establish herself in the UK eventing scene and has a slew of promising horses...» Read More!
The score sheet doesn’t reflect it, but Tiana Coudray and Ringwood Magister truly had a very impressive weekend here at Badminton Horse Trials. After being one of just 35 pairs to complete Giuseppe Della Chiesa’s...» Read More!
Tiana Coudray and Ringwood Magister arrived on the Badminton grounds this morning, ready for their second crack at the event and hoping to improve on their placing of 17th last year. Finn looks very much up...» Read More!
We only have four North Americans competing at Badminton this year, and all but Peter Atkins are based in England. But each one of them — Clark Montgomery, Tiana Coudray, Rebecca Howard and Peter —...» Read More!
Tiana Coudray confirmed this morning that she will forgo her Land Rover grant for Rolex to compete at Badminton with Ringwood Magister. “I am so appreciative for the opportunity to go to Kentucky, but when it came...» Read More!
Great news! Tiana Coudray relocated to the UK in 2011 to continue her training and, while she has appeared regularly representing the U.S. in European events, has not competed on U.S. soil since. Today, it...» Read More!
Across the Pond is our new weekly update series on what our North American riders based in Europe are up to. Have a tip on an American or Canadian competing in Europe? Send it to...» Read More!
Samantha Clark was in attendance again at the USEF High Performance Training Sessions at Aston Le Walls in the UK, and provided a fantastic write-up for the PRO Blog. British-based US riders Clark Montgomery, Liz...» Read More!
Samantha Clark has posted a wonderful article on the Professional Riders Organization blog. Coach David O’Connor spent a few days working with British-based American riders Tiana Coudray (Ringwood Magister), Liz Halliday (Fernhill By Night and...» Read More!
EN’s own Samantha Clark moved back home to England this fall, and since then she’s been catching up with some of our North American riders who are now based across the pond. She recently interviewed...» Read More!
Link: Full Leaderboard We have been talking about Tiana as a west coast rider to keep a close eye on and today you saw why. Ringwood Magister dropped a 36.8, which was 16.8 points better than...» Read More!
Tiana Coudray wins Galway CIC3*: Press Release Recap, COTH CIC3* Racap, COTH Sunday Recap Galway CIC3* (CA): Homepage, Live Scores, Beautiful Weather Notes: The CIC3* course ran extremely soft with 13/16 riders having clean rounds, zero eliminations,...» Read More!