In light of the coronavirus pandemic that has forced the cancellation, rescheduling, and reformatting of events around the world, the organizing committee at Rebecca Farm today announced some major updates to the 2020 event. Hosted...» Read More!
Reigning European eventing champion Ingrid Klimke will see some additional time on the sidelines in 2020 after sustaining a thoracic vertebral fracture in a fall during training. The German Olympian seems to be in positive...» Read More!
British Eventing has released a document drafting its plan for a socially distant approach to the resumption of competition, which could begin in earnest after the Prime Minister’s next address on June 1. The measures detailed...» Read More!
Following the Sunday, 10 May update from Prime Minister Boris Johnson, which offered increased opportunities for exercise, British Equestrian (BEF) has released updated guidance for the equestrian community. This new guidance allows – or in the case...» Read More!
Gloucestershire’s Hartpury Equine, the events sector of Hartpury University, has announced today (May 7) that its 2020 roster of international competitions will not go ahead due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The cancelled events span...» Read More!
The Event Rider Masters series is the latest equestrian sporting event to fall victim to the mounting threat of COVID-19, or coronavirus. The 2020 iteration of the series, which was recently shortened to four legs to...» Read More!
Following an announcement this morning from California Governor Gavin Newsom urging the cancellation or postponement of non-essential gatherings...» Read More!
As the European season whirs into motion, the popular Event Rider Masters CCI4*-S series is keeping one eye on the past as it delves into an in-depth analysis of key performance indicators over the previous seasons....» Read More!
Bruce’s Field is once again hosting its Grand-Prix Eventing showcase which is underway now at the Aiken Horse Park in South Carolina. It’s a who’s-who of eventing, with American greats like Phillip Dutton and Boyd...» Read More!
Partnered with any epidemic is a heaping helping of wide-spread speculation – oftentimes with little grounding in science and cold, hard facts. But as current headline-hogger coronavirus gains in traction, murmurings about the fate of...» Read More!
And so it begins. Eventing in Britain at the top end of the season is always a bit of a game of ‘will they or won’t they?’, except the soggy knickers are a little bit...» Read More!
The Fédération Équestre Internationale has republished their FAQ on tack and equipment following ‘inconsistent application’ of the rules throughout the previous year of competition – but this republication has led to some confusion after the...» Read More!
The U.S. Eventing Association announced this week that Modified level has changed from being USEF Endorsed to USEF Recognized. This will officially go into effect April 1, 2020. The main takeaway here is that riders, owners...» Read More!
The Carolina Horse Park announced today that their featured spring event, The Cloud 11 ~ Gavilan North LLC Carolina International, held March 19-22, 2020 in Raeford, N.C., will see a whopping $100,000 in prize money — a...» Read More!
After a successful first year of the USEF Futures Team Challenge program, intended to give young and developing riders a taste of team format competition, US Equestrian has announced the program’s return to Carolina International...» Read More!
With the 2020 British Eventing season just four weeks away from its launch, and with the first round of ballot dates swiftly approaching, there’s no better time to make sure you’re up to speed on...» Read More!
We’re saddened to report that Carousel Quest, Oliver Townend‘s 2009 Burghley winner, has been put to sleep aged 25, following a long and happy retirement. View this post on Instagram It is with a heavy heart we...» Read More!
One of Britain’s brightest talents has been sold in this winter’s most significant movement thus far, which comes as we close in on the January 15 deadline for Olympic transfers. “Jayne McGivern and I are...» Read More!
‘Tis the season … for high-profile horse transfers, that is. That’s because the FEI’s official deadline for horses changing hands ahead of next year’s Olympics is looming — interested buyers and sellers only have until...» Read More!
Big news, EN! After the vocal support of the membership population of the USEA and further considerations, the American Eventing Championships will extend its term at the Kentucky Horse Park for 2021. The current contract...» Read More!
It has been announced today that Germany’s Bettina Hoy will step down as coach of the Dutch eventing team after three years in the role. Her stint as trainer culminated in a tricky 2019 season, which...» Read More!
When eventing hits the mainstream it’s always a little bit like Christmas has come early, no matter when in the year it happens – but the timing couldn’t be much better as we see one...» Read More!
The FEI Eventing Nations Cup will return to North America next year, as it has been confirmed that the Bromont Olympic Equestrian Park in Quebec, Canada has been selected to hold a leg of the 2020 series August...» Read More!