We are pleased to welcome our newest guest columnist, Allison Kavey of Rivendell Dressage. Allison Kavey is an international grand prix dressage rider with a long-standing affection for teaching. Her eventing clients include professionals, such...» Read More!
Lucinda Green MBE certainly needs little introduction. A World and European eventing champion, multiple-time Badminton and Burghley winner, and an Olympic medalist, she can these days be found running the Lucinda Green XC Academy and...» Read More!
We recently worked with mental health and wellness coach Sarah Carlan, MSW, on a column addressing common mental health hurdles eventers often face. We’re pleased to bring Sarah back as a columnist here on EN,...» Read More!
Following the announcement that the Retired Racehorse Project‘s 2020 Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium, presented by Thoroughbred Charities of America, will be postponed to 2021, competitors have been working to decide what comes next for them and their mounts. In her...» Read More!
AK Waller is 18 years old and a senior in high school headed to Auburn University in the fall. She’s looking forward to joining the Intercollegiate Eventing League team at Auburn. Eventing: a sport we...» Read More!
Nobody knows the Kentucky Three-Day Event better than Jane Atkinson, who served as Event Director and Executive Vice President of Equestrian Events, Inc. (EEI) from 1984 to 2010. We thank her for allowing us to...» Read More!
Owning a gray horse has its perks, but come winter, every gray horse owner must face the inevitable: mud. Horse Nation‘s Kristen Brennan discusses the five stages of grief associated with facing the long, hard...» Read More!
With this week’s announcement that the 2021 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event will not run, several riders are reflecting on the tumult that has frequented the last two seasons. We’re honored that they’ve allowed EN...» Read More!
Erin Lassere is an Area III eventer who contends with the auto-immune disease Ulcerative Colitis as well as chronic anxiety. In order to sort through her riding thoughts and journey, Erin’s started a new blog...» Read More!
With the deadline for Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover trainer applications drawing near on January 15, Haylie Kerstetter takes the time to remind us that everyone should compete at the Thoroughbred Makeover at least once....» Read More!
This story was first published on EN’s sister site, Jumper Nation. You know the feeling, when you have been incredibly hungry and finally take a bite of food? Satiating your hunger feels instantaneous. You feel...» Read More!
Two summers ago, EN readers followed the story of Andrea Glazer, an eventer among Grand Prix show jumpers at the 2017 Maccabiah Games. She catch rode an unfamiliar horse over 1.20-meter (3’9″) and above show...» Read More!
EN is delighted to partner with EquiRatings to bring you thought-provoking analysis on the future of eventing. Thank you to EquiRatings for allowing EN to share these articles. Click here to read more from EquiRatings, and...» Read More!
Sam Watson, founder and product director at EquiRatings and 2018 World Equestrian Games team silver medalist for Ireland, wrote a thought-provoking opinion piece last week about the future of eventing....» Read More!
Sam Watson, the founder and product director at EquiRatings and 2018 World Equestrian Games team silver medalist for Ireland, wrote a thought-provoking opinion piece that asks tough questions about the future of eventing. Thank you to...» Read More!
Juli Sebring is owner of Appleton Equestrian, a 5-star rated equestrian facility in Fair Hill, Maryland. Juli is the author of two novels, “A Horse to Remember” and “A Horse to Treasure.” She has been featured...» Read More!
My farrier told a story of shoeing at a stable this year where a teenager’s horse continually lost shoes. After the umpteenth time replacing a lost shoe, he asked the rider what she was doing...» Read More!
When pressed, Andrew Hoy will concede he’s a bit of a rock star in his native Australia. Visiting home a week after finishing individual fourth and leading the Aussie eventing team to a 2020 Olympic-qualifying...» Read More!
Natasha Sprengers-Levine is a USDF Bronze and Silver Medalist based in Winchester, Virginia, who competes her KWPN-NA mare at Third Level and dabbles in lower level eventing to stay humble. She audited George Morris’s clinic...» Read More!
That’s a wrap for the 2018 World Equestrian Games! Eventing’s next worldwide championship is the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, where we’ll see some major format changes at play on the international stage. What lies in store,...» Read More!
When I was young I never thought I would ride. Then I got the bug when I started hunting in Ireland, and now I have progressed to the top level of eventing with some great equine partners. This week it was Sportsfield Othello...» Read More!
Last weekend members of the U.S., Canadian and British teams competed in the only FEI Nations Cup in North America at Great Meadow International. The format used was the one we’re all familiar with: four...» Read More!
Australia’s Chris Burton and Trisha Rickards’ Polystar I rose to the challenge at Arville and took the Event Rider Masters win as the only pair in the field to finish on their dressage score....» Read More!