For almost five decades the Fox River Valley Pony Club, along with the support of an entire community, has helped organize and host the FRVPC Horse Trials. This year’s edition, held June 21-23 in Barrington Hills,...» Read More!
Goals are funny. Sometimes, they motivate us and give us focus. It can be intimidating to say your goals out loud. They can be overwhelming, ambitious, short-term, long-term, detail-oriented or big picture....» Read More!
With only three scores dipping below 30, riders were fighting for every mark in the first phase of Leg 3 of the Event Rider Masters (ERM) series at Arville. 2017 ERM Champion Gemma Tattersall was...» Read More!
The 2019 Event Rider Masters series is full speed ahead, and this weekend we land in Belgium for Leg 3 at the stately Arville Castle. The action takes place amidst the family estate of Guillaume...» Read More!
Aspen Farms H.T. took place last weekend in Yelm, Washington, against a backdrop of tall pines, sapphire blue skies and vistas of a snow-covered Mount Ranier. The event is a no-miss for Area VII eventers,...» Read More!
If you haven’t already been introduced to the Humans of Eventing Facebook page, I implore you to go explore this majestic corner of dark web eventing internet. While I don’t have absolute confirmation about the page’s...» Read More!
After the drama of yesterday morning, all anyone wanted was a relaxed, drama-free start to Sunday at Luhmühlen. And that’s exactly what they got: each of the 22 horses who completed cross-country were brought forward...» Read More!
There have been some crucial changes to today’s schedule at the Longines Luhmühlen Horse Trials after an incredible storm rocked Lower Saxony, nearly washing some of the world’s best eventers — and their very nice...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram A smiling Swiss team dominated a challenging third day of show jumping in the @fei_eventing Nations Cup at Pratoni Del Vivaro! ✨ ⠀ As rails fell clattering for Nations, Team...» Read More!
The sun finally made an appearance – mercifully – during this morning’s final horse inspection at the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials, illuminating a largely drama-free undertaking, despite the intensity of yesterday’s track. Just one...» Read More!
Dressage at Bramham concluded today amidst a torrent of rain, but nevertheless, quality shone through. Leading the CCI4*-L as we head into tomorrow’s cross-country phase is Billy Walk On, rerouting after an aborted attempt at...» Read More!
You’ve got to love a war horse. With these horses you know that you’re getting a horse with heart, athleticism and toughness. They gave it their all on the track and did very well for...» Read More!
Lord have mercy, compiling this week’s edition of Weekend Winners took a few years off my life. One-hundred thirty blue ribbons awarded at 10 events around the country, and every single one deserving of a...» Read More!
Determination, grit, diligence, bravery … these are all frequently celebrated qualities in eventers. But an equally critical quality if you want to play the horse game? A sense of humor. The more easily triggered, the...» Read More!
Saturday night at The Spring Event at Woodside has a special atmosphere. The big VIP tent with the hustle and bustle of happy patrons enjoying dinner and drinks right alongside the Grand Prix arena gives...» Read More!
The first leg of the 2019 FEI Nations Cup Eventing Series is underway at the Saracen Horse Feeds Houghton International Horse Trials in Norfolk, England. Nine teams are contesting the Nations Cup: Germany, France, Great Britain,...» Read More!
USEF announced an update this week to the SafeSport policy, which now includes new USEF Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention (MAAP) policies and will go into effect on June 1. USEF CEO Bill Moroney and USEF President...» Read More!
What is the path to qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? A total of 65 combinations will compete in eventing, with 15 teams made up of three combinations each (45 total combinations) and a...» Read More!
Another late spring weekend, another edition of “Weekend Winners” to celebrate all the horse/rider teams around the country whose hard work paid off in a big blue ribbon! An extra special congrats to our lowest...» Read More!
Auburn University had a special visitor yesterday at the USEA Intercollegiate Championships, Aubie the Tiger! With their famed mascot in the flesh, the defending champions marched straight into the lead after day one on a...» Read More!
Streamers have been strung, pom-poms have been packed, and school spirit has reached electric highs at Chattahoochee Hills in Fairburn, Georgia where the fourth annual USEA Intercollegiate Championship is underway. Be sure to follow the...» Read More!
In this excerpt from The Riding Doctor, retired medical doctor, Pilates specialist, and riding instructor Dr. Beth Glosten explains the importance of independent arms when riding. Use of your arms for a rein aid must...» Read More!
The first mile is always the hardest. I was never a runner. Frankly, I had no interest…until the day I had to have one. But, that’s not this story. This story starts about my horse....» Read More!