The 17th Annual Millbrook Horse Trials is well underway now, with dressage completed for all divisions as of yesterday, and much of the jumping to come. The Adequan USEA Gold Cup Advanced division was split,...» Read More!
Dressage day two at the Millbrook Horse Trials was a battle for the top spot as new leaders took over the top three placings in the Advanced going into cross country tomorrow. Competitors weren’t just battling...» Read More!
The 2017 Mongol Derby start gun fires on Wednesday, Aug. 9, at which time some 38 of us will be unleashed onto the Steppe clinging for dear life to pint-sized equine rocketships with minds all their own....» Read More!
When your horse just can’t wait to get off the ground. Here’s your latest batch of #EventerFailFriday photos … when in doubt, leave it out! (Just kidding. Do not leave it out. You need that...» Read More!
Show jumping and eventing combine forces! The Kentucky Three-Day Event announced today that it is set to host a new CSI3* show jumping competition in conjunction with the CCI4*....» Read More!
Chris, Patty and their daughter Katie Ruppel have stepped forward to sponsor the new Richland Leg Up Award, which will be given to the lowest scoring Area 8 Young Rider in any Preliminary division at the 2017...» Read More!
Millbrook has been the kick-off to the fall season for many years now. It serves as a first run for those headed to the later CCI3* and 4*, both overseas and in the States, while...» Read More!
We knew that the the 2024 and 2028 Summer Olympic Games were going to Paris and Los Angeles, although not necessarily in that order, but now it is well on its way to becoming official:...» Read More!
We were saddened to learn of the passing of Salute The Truth, Steuart Pittman’s 22-year-old Maryland bred Thoroughbred stallion. Lightly raced under the Jockey Club name Boy Done Good (Salutely – Good Queen Liz, by Sir Raleigh), he went on...» Read More!
‘Tis the weekend for moving up a level, it seems! Scrolling through your weekend Instagram photos we noticed that a lot of horses and riders around the country enjoyed successful next-level debuts. Here are a...» Read More!
EN is excited to bring you a new series from William Micklem: Breadth As Well As Depth. The series addresses the need for breadth in eventing education and also includes his thoughts on event horse breeding,...» Read More!
Ten years ago, Gerd Heuschmann, DVM rocked the equestrian world with his international bestseller “Tug of War,” a searing indictment of modern training and riding techniques that are sometimes used to the detriment of the horse....» Read More!
Welcome to #EventerFailFriday, a support group for sharing your most strugglebus moments. From slightly sticky moments to full-on bombs, join us in celebrating the fact that every road to success is paved with a few...» Read More!
We’re five weeks out from the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4* and today is closing day to enter. The current entry list, which is automatically updated as riders enter, has seven combinations representing the United States this...» Read More!
The 2028 U.S. Eventing Team is already out there somewhere, and it’s up to us all to nurture their talent and their big dreams. “2028 Olympic Talent Watch” is an (adorable) new series in which...» Read More!
The FEI European Championships at Stzregom in Poland are quickly approaching on Aug. 17-20, and Great Britain’s highly anticipated team announcement came this morning!...» Read More!
US Equestrian opened the application process for the U.S. Eventing Team Performance Director, previously known as the Technical Advisor, on July 1, and the Aug. 1 deadline is fast approaching. The term will run from the date of...» Read More!
The Area I eventing season is in full swing, with Fitch’s Corner Horse Trials celebrating its 24th year this past weekend in beautiful Millbrook, New York. Hosted at Fernanda Kellogg and Kirk Henckels’ stunning farm,...» Read More!
“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live, remember that,” says Professor Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. This touches on a key part of context for riders. We can...» Read More!
The USEF Board of Directors today approved the recommendation to bring a new CCI4* to Fair Hill International in Elkton, Maryland, starting in 2019. In January the USEF Board of Directors narrowed the list of five applicants to two,...» Read More!
It’s time for another Who Jumped It Best! This time we look to our CICOY2* Young Riders from this weekend at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana. These talented two-star riders are seen dropping into the...» Read More!
Phillip Dutton moved up one spot in the latest FEI World Eventing Athlete Rankings and now sits No. 2 on 531 points behind Michael Jung, who continues to dominate the top spot on the leaderboard...» Read More!
A scramble team of Area I and IV came out on top in the NAJYRC 2* competition. The squad — Cornelia Dorr and Sir Patico, Lily Geelan and Luksor, and Melanie Rousseau and Sullivan —...» Read More!