As always, Pippa Cuckson has hit the nail directly on the head, this time in regards to the “French farce” that was the 2014 World Equestrian Games. Though the Games may now be over, discussion of...» Read More!
WEG is winding down with the final day of competition, and the show jumping and driving finales definitely closed the games out with a bang. The day belonged to the Dutch, who took home the...» Read More!
The final four competition of the show jumping at WEG is probably one of my favorite events to watch. The riders will have to switch horses for tomorrow’s rounds, really making it a test of...» Read More!
As is the case with most events, and with eventing in general, it was a day of ultimate highs and terrible lows, and everything else in between. We are left in the wake of the...» Read More!
As the dust continues to settle from the eventing portion of the World Equestrian Games last weekend, the announcement of FEI yellow cards and verbal warnings has been made from the event. Yellow cards have...» Read More!
Most driving fans were likely waiting with bated breath to see world number one ranked driver Chester Weber take on the dressage today, and they were not disappointed. Chester scored a 79.9% to take the...» Read More!
Maxime Livio released a statement on his Facebook page this afternoon following the FEI’s announcement that Qalao de Mers tested posting for the controlled substance acepromazine...» Read More!
The world’s most well-traveled chinchilla added yet another stamp to his passport when he made a celebrity appearance last week at the World Equestrian Games. Chinch has always had a keen interest in WWII… …so...» Read More!
The FEI announced this morning that Qalao de Mers, who placed fifth individually in eventing at WEG with French rider Maxime Livio, tested positive for the controlled substance Acepromazine...» Read More!
The U.S. earned their spot on the podium today in the team finale of the show jumping competition. Although Kent Farrington and McLain Ward both pulled rails in today’s round, Beezie Madden turned in another...» Read More!
To call a four-star cross-country course designer’s job “tough” is like calling the footing on last weekend’s WEG course “damp.” These people have one of the hardest jobs in the sporting world, imagining and then...» Read More!
It would be an exaggeration to say I went to the World Equestrian Games in Normandy out of spite, but I did get on that plane to Paris with the firm intention to prove someone...» Read More!
Beezie Madden provided a boost for Team USA today in the show jumping competition, jumping a clear round aboard Cortes C to help vault the team into second place after the day....» Read More!
Reporting for FEI TV, Sienna Myson-Davies visited Haras du Pin for the eventing portion of the World Equestrian Games this past week. Sienna goes all-access and gives viewers a great perspective on some of the...» Read More!
Countless stories continue to emerge out of Normandy, the host site for what is quickly becoming the most disastrous international equestrian sporting event in recent memory. From a total breakdown in traffic, toilets, food, drink,...» Read More!
It’s time to play Who Jumped It Best? WEG Show Jumping Edition! Look at the 10 photos below of horses and riders in show jumping on Sunday at WEG, put on your George Morris hat and...» Read More!
It’s the end of an era for Windurra, as Boyd Martin announced this morning that his head groom and barn manager Lindsey Taylor is moving on from his program, with the World Equestrian Games being her...» Read More!
Week two of the World Equestrian Games officially kicked off today, with the vaulters and the show jumpers finally getting their chance to have the spotlight. In the show jumping competition, the Team and Individual...» Read More!
We know you’re still nursing your WEG hangover in an effort to restore your sanity before Burghley kicks off, but we’ve got one more video to show you during your recovery process. We’ve been posting...» Read More!
Can’t say we didn’t see it coming. All week the Games had been struggling to accommodate crowd numbers that were less than half of 50,000 spectators Haras du Pin was anticipating for cross-country day. Jenni...» Read More!
I have many stories to tell about the three-ring circus that was eventing at the World Equestrian Games, but one of the most egregious things I witnessed took place just after show jumping concluded on Sunday afternoon....» Read More!
Tales of horses and riders who triumphed at WEG will undoubtedly continue to pour out of Normandy in the coming weeks, and Camilla Spiers and Portersize Just A Jiff are one such combination on top of...» Read More!
In response to how Team USA will move forward after failing to finish a team at this year’s World Equestrian Games, part of coach David O’Connor’s answer hinged on our horse power: “We need more horses, there’s...» Read More!