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!
We are just around the corner from the fourth annual USEA Intercollegiate Championship, which will be held May 17-18. After three years at the Virginia Horse Trials in Lexington...» Read More!
MARS EQUESTRIAN has been announced as the new title sponsor for Great Meadow International (GMI), which will host a CCI4*-S, CCI3*-S and CCI2*-S on Aug. 22-25 in The Plains, Virginia. David O’Connor, founder of event...» Read More!
Canadian young rider Olivia Alstad moved to the UK to pursue a working pupil (WP) position and has since chronicled her experience via her blog Livin’ Eventing. EN is excited to share her two-part series, “The...» Read More!
For 673 accepted trainers, the journey to the Retired Racehorse Project‘s 2019 RPP Thoroughbred Makeover has begun! Between now and the Makeover, to take place Oct. 2-5 at the Kentucky Horse Park, four of those trainers...» Read More!
The first horse inspection is creeping ever closer and with it, the long-awaited start of this year’s Badminton Horse Trials. Earlier, we gave you the 30-second run-down of a cross-section of the competition’s riders –...» Read More!
Welcome to 2019’s edition of the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, where the stakes are high and the hopes are higher. We’ve got a (very nearly) full house of 84 horses taking part this week, spread across 74 riders....» Read More!
Happy Final-Day-of-Kentucky, intrepid eventing fans! I’m just casually sitting here with sweaty palms, thinking about everything to come. Is it healthy to maintain a really elevated heart rate for an entire day? Is it going...» Read More!
The odds of Oliver Townend and Cooley Master Class taking a second consecutive win at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event are much more favorable after they sailed around Derek di Grazia’s cross country today. Despite their lead, Oliver...» Read More!
Originally published on EN in 2012, this essay’s relevance has remained intact over the years. On one Saturday morning in April each year, we re-share it as a reminder that this collective experience we know...» Read More!
It’s time once again for everyone’s favorite batch of all-unimportant “statistics” — it’s the who wore what of dressage at Kentucky 2019. Trends in gear come and go … are we seeing a downswing in...» Read More!
Keep your children on a leash and your dogs in focus! Sniffing, wagging, splashing, napping — and hopefully not chasing Buck Davidson — the pooches will be on parade at Kentucky this year. Capture one with...» Read More!
Kentucky … it’s the promised land for eventing enthusiasts in North America, and half the battle is deciding how to divvy up your time. We’ve compiled a list of shopping deals, autograph signings, and course walks...» Read More!