Aside from being a successful event rider Lissa Green also has a delightful sense of humor that shines through on nearly all of her social media posts. Whilst scrolling recently, I realized I was learning...» Read More!
After a year of restructuring, U.S. Equestrian has begun to implement their new U.S. Eventing Pathway Program. Led by Erik Duvander, the U.S. Eventing Director of High Performance, the new program aims to create a “culture of competitiveness,”...» Read More!
Lord knows we all love a challenge, but with ice buckets no longer an appealing option and Keke, frankly, a little bit played out, we’ve been stuck in a bit of a rut, quite frankly....» Read More!
In this excerpt from 55 Corrective Exercises for Horses, respected trainer Jec Aristotle Ballou explains how and why to use trot poles with the outer edge raised in your schooling. Schooling horses over ground poles...» Read More!
What’s Happening is EN’s guide to lessons, clinics, schooling shows and other riding and educational opportunities during the winter. It’s free to post a listing. Just email the date, location, contact information and any other details to...» Read More!
Winter is a state of mind. The state I’m in is Illinois, and cold and snow are rampant this time of year. Our eventing season is short — it only runs from May until October...» Read More!
Super groom Max Corcoran was carrying a bag of ice to her equine charges when Katherine Cooper approached her at Millbrook Horse Trials to ask if she would consider becoming the next president of the...» Read More!
The US Equestrian (USEF) Eventing Sport Committee has approved the list of athletes for the Emerging Athlete Eventing 18 and Eventing 25 programs for 2019. The program aims to identity and nurture athletes with the aim...» Read More!
Now more than ever it’s important for women to support one another personally and professional. The inaugural Equestrian Businesswomen Summit, to be held on Jan. 9, 2019, in West Palm Beach, Florida, aims to help...» Read More!
That’s a wrap on the 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. This year’s convention did not disappoint, with The Big Easy serving as a fitting backdrop to capture the true spirit of energy...» Read More!
A review panel is a convention tradition during championship years, and we enjoyed an insightful discussion of the 2018 Tryon World Equestrian Games yesterday at the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. The...» Read More!
At Saturday night’s USEA Hall of Fame Gala, seven individuals were inducted into the USEA Hall of Fame during a colorful ceremony in New Orleans. Nina and Tim Gardner, Karen O’Connor, Capt. Mark Phillips, Marty...» Read More!
Erik Duvander, USEF Performance Director for Eventing, outlined the new format for the USEF High Performance Training Lists today at the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention...» Read More!
Equestrian Sport Productions confirmed to EN that the Wellington Eventing Showcase will not run for a second consecutive year at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, Florida. Officials had hoped to hold the competition on Feb. 1-2, 2019....» Read More!
The USEA Year End Awards ceremony at the Annual Meeting and Convention is always an emotional time when the eventing family comes together to celebrate the achievements of the past year and honor those who...» Read More!
Erik Duvander, USEF Performance Director for Eventing, unveiled his 2019 strategic plan for the USEF High Performance program today at the USEA Annual Meeting & Convention....» Read More!
The 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention officially kicked off today at the Sheraton New Orleans in Louisiana, with the first of the weekend’s Board of Governors meetings punctuating the day’s action. USEA President Carol...» Read More!
The 2018 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention is here! Eventers from all across the country are currently flocking to New Orleans, Louisiana, for four days of seminars, meetings...» Read More!
The idea of tossing clipped baling twine makes me twitchy, but how much is too much? Seems fine to me. As you were, EN....» Read More!
The Maryland Horse Trials doesn’t slow down for the winter months — it just leans in harder, offering a variety of schooling opportunities to keep eventers busy throughout the off-season. Last weekend Loch Moy Farm...» Read More!
I know I’m not alone in testifying that my year of being a working student was one of the most formative experiences of my life. I came away not only a better rider and horseman,...» Read More!
Laura Crump Anderson is an Equestrian Fitness Specialist at InForm Fitness Leesburg. She is certified as a personal trainer by the American College of Sports Medicine and specializes in working with riders of all ages and...» Read More!
JK, no words necessary — the face says it all. Here’s your latest batch of #EventerProblems!...» Read More!