The final chance for teams to nab qualification for next year’s Paris Olympics will come at next month’s Pan American Games, set to take place in Santiago, Chile from October 26–29 — and two lucky...» Read More!
There are just two qualification routes left for teams to book Olympic places for Paris next year. The last will come at the Pan-American Games, which will take place in Santiago, Chile, in the last...» Read More!
Entries officially closed yesterday for this year’s MARS Maryland 5 Star, presented by Brown Advisory, but we’ve been continuing to see exciting names trickle in throughout today, because nobody hates a deadline quite like an...» Read More!
We’re sad to report that Mr Medicott, the talented former ride of Phillip Dutton and Karen O’Connor, has died at the age of 24, following five years of happy retirement. The occasionally fiery gelding is,...» Read More!
It seems like these days we look at each other’s lives through the lens of a highlight reel. We get to see the incredible trips, the best jumps, and the moments that we’re proud enough...» Read More!
It’s been a seriously excellent week for reigning World Champions Yasmin Ingham and Banzai du Loir, who returned to Blenheim to work on regaining their 2021 title and led from the offset, delivering the rider’s best-ever international...» Read More!
The Blenheim CCI4*-L field had thinned by two to 65 competitors before this morning’s early final horse inspection even began, with two overnight withdrawals: two-horse rider Katie Magee didn’t present Treworra, who’d executed a reasonably swift clear...» Read More!
When World Champions Yasmin Ingham and Banzai du Loir showed up on the Blenheim CCI4*-L entry list, it felt like rather a sure thing — really, in this field of largely inexperienced horses or reroutes, how could anyone...» Read More!
It’s been a few years since EN has been able to have boots on the ground at Oxfordshire, England’s Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials, a competition that’s managed to clash with the World Championships and...» Read More!
There’s taking the first-phase at the Defender Burghley Horse Trials, and then there’s what Tim Price pulled off today: not just a decisive leap into the top spot with Tokyo partner Vitali (Contender – Noble Lady, by Heraldik), but...» Read More!
Though nobody’s been able to catch the leading score of 24.2, set yesterday afternoon by Oliver Townend and Swallow Springs, this morning at the Defender Burghley Horse Trials, we’ve seen some seriously good efforts to get close —...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Defender Burghley Horse Trials (@lrbht_official) What a day of dressage we had yesterday at Defender Burghley! A leaderboard change after lunch, an American charge,...» Read More!
That’s a wrap on day one at the 2023 Defender Burghley Horse Trials, and while some things stayed the same — those hard-to-please judges, for one thing — one important thing did change: our leader....» Read More!
US Equestrian is pleased to announce The Dutta Corp./USEF Eventing High Performance Flight Grant recipients. Established for eventing athletes who are targeting the 2024 Olympic Games, the grants were awarded to Will Coleman and Chin...» Read More!
Let’s go, girls! US Equestrian has just announced the eventing squad that will travel to Santiago, Chile this fall for the 2023 Pan American Games. Please join us in congratulating the following combinations for their...» Read More!
This season, we’re following along with Peru’s Diego Farje and his new ride, EQ Scorpio, a part of the newly-formed Equestly Horses program. This series is brought to you in partnership with Equestly, purveyors of...» Read More!
Though he’s moved back home to Yorkshire recently to base his business closer to his family, for many years, eventer Phil Brown was based just next door to Burghley: so close, in fact, that he could...» Read More!
She’d bought herself such an exceptional margin — two rails and four seconds in hand, to be precise — by delivering the only clear round inside the time yesterday that Ros Canter‘s ascension to European Champion...» Read More!
We’ve finally gotten a peek at entries for this month’s USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) presented by Nutrena Feeds, and we’re keen to get back in the Bluegrass State for this year’s competition at Kentucky...» Read More!
Following competition at both the German National Championships at Luhmühlen as well as CHIO Aachen this month, Germany has named a long list of athletes from which the federation will select its eventual team for...» Read More!
Friday at the MARS Bromont CCI brought picturesque skies and a few shifts in the standings after the conclusion of dressage for all divisions. The top two placings in the CCI4*-L remain unchanged, with Canada’s...» Read More!
In eventing, we’re so often beholden to a cliché, and “it’s not going to be a dressage competition”, particularly, is one that we hear time and time again at these big, bold cross-country focused events...» Read More!
We are set to get underway with competition at one of the key North American CCI4* events: the MARS Bromont CCI, set in the absolutely gorgeous city of Bromont to the east of Montreal, Quebec....» Read More!