Slow and steady wins the race. How many times have we all heard that saying? It’s a much loved mantra of equestrians everywhere, but it’s simultaneously difficult to remember when times get tough. When I...» Read More!
Ben Hobday recently participated in a demonstration at Your Horse Live to show his training philosophies in action. Using a four-year-old in training as well as his unique partner, Mulrys Error, to show exercises he...» Read More!
There is only one week left in January. Yes, you read that correctly: JANUARY HAS ONE WEEK LEFT! Where in the world has the time gone, and how are we almost 1/12 of the way...» Read More!
As a young rider, I was informed that no rider was ever born with the natural ability to use more leg and seat than hand, and that my instinct to revert to controlling my horse...» Read More!
Post by Anita Motion. Phillip Dutton has begun preparing Graham and Anita Motion’s Icabad Crane for the 2015 season, and a new video series promises an inside look into Phillip’s training methods as well as...» Read More!
During the dark hours of winter, and the slower pace of the off season, I spend an inordinate amount of time pondering the individual challenges that I face with each one of my horses. I...» Read More!
I adore working with young horses, and it’s a good thing too, because that’s more or less all that I do these days. Actually, let me refine that and say that I love the challenge...» Read More!
The dreaded jumping distance. Some people seem to have a natural eye for it, others seem to close their eyes and hope for the best. What is it about finding the elusive perfect distance that...» Read More!
It’s a bit early to be making New Year’s Resolutions, but it’s never too early to get started on your list of things to work on over the winter. When there isn’t much going on...» Read More!
I love babies…horse babies that is. They’re just so darn adorable and impressionable and fun to work with. Every step you take is a huge achievement, which for me makes training them all the more...» Read More!
After having a week to decompress (ok, work every night) since the three day, I’ve been able to think about my weekend, my horse, and plans moving forward from here. Bird is the Word, or...» Read More!
Saturday I went to another indoor jumper show at Stoneleigh-Burnham in Greenfield MA. Instead of riding, I was there to watch, help out a friend, and be a groom. Going to a show, or an...» Read More!
Have you ever ridden a horse who prefers to decide that he’d rather not jump the fences you present him to? Me too. Thankfully, Dom and Jimmie Schramm have focused their latest EventionTV episode on...» Read More!
I’ve made it down to Aiken this year, and while the weather isn’t always as exciting as one imagines in theory, the horses that have joined me down here certainly are. I’ve got four horses...» Read More!
Liz Hall posted this video on Facebook yesterday, and after reading the comments I had to see it for myself. This is a new contraption geared towards reducing or eliminating human interference and error by...» Read More!
Wow! Check out this impressive video of 1920s cavalry training posted on Colleen Rutledge’s Facebook page: Just watching this makes me think about helmets and safety vests … not to mention medical armbands! Even with the...» Read More!
A Fantastic Contribution from ChloÃ© Monnot! Teddy Loves his Eventing Nation! Good morning, EN Readers! We’re at the very threshold of February, which means two things: Valentine’s Day is coming, and (more importantly) we draw ever...» Read More!
Sometimes Jumping is More like Interpretive Dance… Hi EN Readers! Humble Guest Blogger Lacy here, ready to share a little adventure from my recent exploits as an online personality. HaHa, yes, I said Personality!...» Read More!
It is with great pleasure and pride that I introduce Holly Hudspeth, formerly Holly Hepp, as Eventing Nation’s first ever guest writer. Holly has competed at Rolex multiple times and earned her red coat by...» Read More!