The U.S. Team riders of tomorrow are in our midst today. The US Equestrian (USEF) Emerging Athlete Lists seek to identify these rising stars and provide them support on their path, as outlined in the 2019...» Read More!
Practice makes perfect, and Aiken area riders now have a new venue at which to perfect their game. The Boyd Martin/ETB Equine Construction Schooling Cross Country Course at Stable View opened at the beginning of...» Read More!
It’s fun to see five-star horses (will I ever get used to typing that?!) out knocking the rust off at early season horse trials, and we got an eyeful at Rocking Horse Winter II H.T....» Read More!
It was a soggy weekend at Fresno County Horse Park CCI & H.T. over the weekend, with no trademark California sunshine in sight. But the rain, wind and cold couldn’t stop Tamie Smith and Danito...» Read More!
If you were hoping to see three-time winner Michael Jung at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event this year, we can sadly confirm that he will not be competing. Michael shared the news on Instagram this morning. Michael...» Read More!
Sam Watson, founder and product director at EquiRatings and 2018 World Equestrian Games team silver medalist for Ireland, wrote a thought-provoking opinion piece last week about the future of eventing....» Read More!
David Frechette, a.k.a. HorsePesterer, has uploaded 13,698 eventing videos (and counting) to YouTube since 2010 and garnered almost 2 million views. We often share David’s videos here on EN, referring to him as the Patron Saint of...» Read More!
‘Tis the season to hit the refresh button on your flatwork foundation! You’ll see the extra effort pay off not just in improved dressage scores, but in improved performance in the jumping phases as the...» Read More!
Lots of winter eventing action afoot this weekend, from Rocking Horse in Ocala and Paradise Farm in Aiken to the first FEI event of the year at Fresno County Horse Park in California. That amounts...» Read More!
In this excerpt from “Training Horses the Ingrid Klimke Way,” Olympian Ingrid Klimke shares why she feels hill workouts are necessary fitness builders for the equine athlete....» Read More!
For horses who stay in heavy work over the winter, a full or partial clip can be a lifesaver, ensuring that horses don’t overheat in those thick winter coats. When it’s all the same to...» Read More!
The answer to the question, “What can I gain from this?” can easily be answered by the Aging Eventer. “Pain.” Pretty much that is the state of most of my days, and most of the...» Read More!
In the market for a new four-legged partner? You may find your unicorn on our sister site, Sport Horse Nation. To help with the search, we’re going to feature a selection of current listings here on...» Read More!
Use this “5-Minute Fix” from biomechanics expert Wendy Murdoch’s 40 5-Minute Jumping Fixes to establish good thigh contact and a solid base of support over fences. Next time you ride, pay attention to your thighs....» Read More!
Mother Nature grants requests on her own terms and timelines, and she declined Rebecca Farm’s initial plea for sufficient snow to host its second annual skijoring competition in late December. Better late than never, though,...» Read More!
With the sustainability of a seven-discipline world championship in question, in November the FEI initiated a bidding process for individual world championships for all divisions for 2022. Today the FEI reports that it has already...» Read More!
Former Top Gear host Richard Hammond lays out the most hilarious — in a it hurts because it’s true kind of way — diatribe of horse culture from the eyes of a non-horse person. Mucking...» Read More!
Sam Watson, the founder and product director at EquiRatings and 2018 World Equestrian Games team silver medalist for Ireland, wrote a thought-provoking opinion piece that asks tough questions about the future of eventing. Thank you to...» Read More!
In case you needed a laugh… watch this with sound 😂 #ZoomdancestomusicEdit: since this is getting shared outside my friend group, if you want to see more of Zoom and all his friends follow my...» Read More!
Contrary to what tradition might have you believe, spring is actually a terrible time for cleaning — at least when it comes to horse stuff. Come spring, there’s so much else to do, like riding...» Read More!
The FEI has confirmed the 2019 Eventing Nations Cup calendar with seven events, the lowest number of competitions on the schedule since 2013. After three years of hosting a Nations Cup in the U.S., a...» Read More!
If you had any doubts at all, after this weekend we can officially say that the season is fully underway. Heavy hitters took over the many divisions at both Pine Top and Ocala Winter I. We’ve got the scoop!...» Read More!
More than 150 racing stables have been placed on lockdown after a bout of equine influenza hit a yard in Cheshire, in the north-west of England. Three horses tested positive for the virus at Donald McCain‘s...» Read More!