We are pleased to share that Aiken’s most anticipated spring event, the $50,000 Liftmaster Grand-Prix Eventing at Bruce’s Field, will return March 5-6, 2021. Now in it’s third year, the eventing showcase is dedicated to putting on a...» Read More!
Even on lockdown, so many of you are taking flight. Thanks for flying with #EventerProblems. Be sure to tag us in your future adventures with #EventerProblems. View this post on Instagram A post shared by...» Read More!
Near the end of 2020, US Equestrian announced the forthcoming launch of the USEF Eventing Youth Team Challenge as part of the evolutionary pivot of the North American Youth Championships. This program is aimed to...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Leah Lang-Gluscic (@llgeventing) The first event of 2021 is officially done and dusted, which means we’re off and running with Weekend Winners to kick off your...» Read More!
As 2020 comes to a close, US Equestrian extends our sincere appreciation to all of our competition participants, officials, and organizers for their unwavering commitment to following the USEF COVID-19 Action Plan. We have all...» Read More!
There’s no getting around it: riding is tough on the body. As with any sport, the wear and tear brought about by the physical exertion as well as any injuries that may occur can wreak...» Read More!
Every year the EN team looks back on the last 12 months and tries to narrow down the many remarkable stories of hardworking, determined, passionate eventers to include in the annual list of eventers who...» Read More!
Try harder next year, eventers! We kid, we kid. The USEF has announced its 2020 Equestrian and Horse of the Year candidates, and indeed there are no eventers on the list of 11 total rider...» Read More!
Here at EN we know Ema Klugman primarily as an event rider who has had a fantastic past couple of years with her four-star horse Bendigo and her three-star horse Bronte Beach. But she’s also...» Read More!
Happy Tuesday! Today kicks off the all-virtual 2020 USEA Annual Meeting & Convention, and we’ll be bringing you summaries from the week’s events as they happen. If you have renewed your membership for 2021, you...» Read More!
US Equestrian is pleased to share the complete schedule for the USEF Annual Meeting, which will be held virtually January 13-17, 2021. All sessions including the 2020 Pegasus and Horse of the Year Awards Celebration...» Read More!
Morven Park wrapped up its season of eventing this past weekend, hosting a Fall Horse Trials as a makeup for its canceled Spring Horse Trials. We’re thrilled to bring you this album of highlights from...» Read More!
Liz Halliday-Sharp and Deniro Z were the best of the bunch in today’s conclusion of the Buckeye Nutrition CCI4*L dressage at the MARS Tryon International, earning a 24.5 to slot into second behind day one...» Read More!
Eventing Nation is extremely sad to report that Louis M, a horse whose FEI career spanned two continents, nine countries, and three young women, has been euthanized due to an acute case of laminitis. The Rheinland...» Read More!
When Ocala Jockey Club, woulda-been new host of the 2020 USEF CCI4*-L Eventing National Championships, was canceled due to Covid-19, Tryon International Equestrian Center picked up the reins. To be held Nov. 11-15 in Mill Creek,...» Read More!
Welcome to the most frightening depths of the mind of Pierre Michelet, a man who we always imagine tenting his fingers in his nuclear powerplant and cackling away in a French accent. There’s a rumour that...» Read More!
Welcome to Thursday at Pau, where we’re looking ahead to a truly colossal afternoon of dressage. Colossal in talent, that is — we’ve all enjoyed a leisurely lie-in while the arena was taken over by...» Read More!
If there’s one thing that floats Pau’s boat more than anything else, it’s embracing #SpookySeason and holding the trot-up basically as close to midnight as the FEI will let them. Okay, okay, we’re exaggerating a bit, but...» Read More!
Welcome to day two at Le Lion d’Angers where, shrouded in a wintry fairytale mist, the second half of the competition’s six-year-olds made their first moves in front of the ground jury of Sandy Phillips (C), Gerd...» Read More!
Friday was another great day of competition with even better weather at Woodside International Horse Trials, with the CCI3*-S through Introductory levels finishing up their dressage followed by some late afternoon show jumping for all...» Read More!
The Advanced season out on the West Coast has been steadily marching on, and this weekend Woodside will hold the final prep run before the CCI4*-L at Galway. The 4*-S division is well fleshed-out, with...» Read More!
It’s been a week or so since we closed the book on Britain’s only CCI4*-L of 2020 — the Blenheim that wasn’t, but then kind of was again, thanks to the efforts of Musketeer Events...» Read More!
It’s time to round up the winning scores from around Eventing Nation once more! This week’s Unofficial Low Score Award was earned by Mary Ann Ghadban, a stalwart supporter of eventing in her own right...» Read More!