Good news for fans of equestrian sport! NBC Sports Group has received exclusive U.S. media rights to air the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, which will be held Sept. 11-23, 2018 at Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill...» Read More!
We’re exactly one year out from the 2018 World Equestrian Games, to be held Sept. 11-23 at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC). Event organizers are expecting a turnout of more than 500,000 people with tickets...» Read More!
US Equestrian has named the potential selection trials for the 2018 World Equestrian Games. This list is awaiting final approval from the US Equestrian International Discipline Council and the US Equestrian Board of Directors. We...» Read More!
The Kentucky Horse Park Commission has voted to withdraw from consideration to host the 2022 FEI World Equestrian Games, a press released stated today. The Horse Park was up against Slovakia’s Samorin venue as the...» Read More!
The FEI announced today that the 2018 World Equestrian Games will be held at Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North Carolina on Sept. 10-23, 2018, about one month later that the original dates when...» Read More!
As the global equestrian community awaits a decision on the location of the 2018 World Equestrian Games, the Kentucky Horse Park has announced its intent to bid for the 2022 Games...» Read More!
It’s been more than a month since the FEI terminated Bromont’s contract to host the 2018 World Equestrian Games due to financial woes, and the FEI told EN that the bureau will not officially re-open the bid process. “Given...» Read More!
Following a tumultuous month for the 2018 World Equestrian Games, the FEI confirmed today that the host site contract with Bromont has been terminated “due to ongoing financial issues.” “We are sad that the Bromont...» Read More!
The 2018 Bromont World Equestrian Games are on shaky ground in the midst of five board members resigning over the weekend, including CEO Luc Fournier and Chairman François Duffar....» Read More!
EN is delighted to confirm that the USA’s own Derek di Grazia has been named the course designer for both the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Bromont, Quebec, and the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo,...» Read More!
I know I’m not the only one who, upon leaving this past weekend’s (fantastic as usual) Bromont CCI Three-Day Event, took a good look around. Change is coming, and soon. I’ve spent a number of...» Read More!
The FEI announced today that the tribunal has disqualified both Maxime Livio and the entire French team from the 2014 World Equestrian Games, which moves Canada up to sixth place in the team standings to automatically...» Read More!
It has become increasingly obvious in recent years that, when it comes to the WEG, something’s gotta give. It’s one of those ideas that is all warm and glow-y in concept — athletes and fans...» Read More!
Another WEG year has come and gone, and the U.S. horses are enjoying some well-deserved downtime before being brought back into work. Horses are unique in that each individual requires a different training program. While...» Read More!
Mark Todd posted a candid recap of his 2014 season over on Keyflow’s blog today. Though he started the year with what he deemed to be one of the strongest teams of horses he’s ever...» Read More!
CNN Equestrian published an interview with Zara Phillips following her team silver medal performance at this year’s World Equestrian Games, eight months after she gave birth to her first child Mia. She talks about the new...» Read More!
The presence of the controlled substance acepromazine in Maxime Livio’s WEG mount, Qalao de Mers, has been confirmed with the results of the B sample released today. We reported last month that the fifth-placed horse...» Read More!
My household has become approximately 45% creepier after the addition of a life-size horse head that I ordered on eBay to help me display and sell my handmade custom halters at the AEC trade fair next week. It has...» Read More!
One of our favorite eventing enthusiasts with a camcorder, Buzzterbrown, was amongst the brave few people who attempted to survive the WEG this year, and he managed to get some great footage. That is, after...» Read More!
Thanks to Revolution Sports, we’ve got one more WEG video to bring you. Featuring highlights from the dressage, eventing, and show jumping competitions, the video is a great opportunity to relive (from a distance!) this...» Read More!
After a WEG experience that ended with both tragedy and triumph for Great Britain, Harry Meade spoke candidly at Burghley to reflect on his weekend. Sadly, Harry lost his horse, Wild Lone, to what he...» Read More!
World championship competition is not generally the time when riders let their fashion freak flag fly. But that didn’t stop Finnish eventer Sanna Siltakorpi from donning a hot-pink coat, blinged out helmet and purple stirrups...» Read More!
Did everyone see the costume contest action from Roebke’s Run Horse Trials? Riders, horses, and dogs got decked out in their best “Over the Border” finery for the chance to win some big cash prizes at the...» Read More!