It’s so nice to be back to score-stalking writing Weekend Winners each week. I took this column over a couple of years ago and have always enjoyed my Monday mornings checking on results. I get...» Read More!
It’s that time! Time to dust off the show britches, do your pre-dressage prayer ritual, and get out eventing! The season in the U.S. has begun and we’re getting back into full swing — judging...» Read More!
Olivia Miller joined Sharon White’s team at Last Frontier Farm in 2021 after spending time working in California with Tamie Smith. This year, Olivia participated in her first “Hell Week”, an annual intensive training event...» Read More!
The eventing season in the U.S. is officially underway as riders left the startbox for the first time this year at Majestic Oaks in Ocala last weekend. Majestic Oaks is just one of the many...» Read More!
The off-season seems to get a bit shorter each year, but a large part of my score-stalking self doesn’t complain about this as I eagerly pull up results from the first weekend of the 2022...» Read More!
If 2022 marks your first trip south for the winter, we tapped into a few members of the EN hivemind for their best advice for the trek. While not every rider will spend the entire...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Between The Flags Photography (@between_the_flags_photography_) I find that perusing the #goeventing hashtag on Instagram provides a cool microcosm of eventing culture, and typically there’s a theme....» Read More!
Steph Simpson from Sutton, Vermont didn’t grow up with horses at all. Rather, she grew up on a dairy farm but was interested in horses, so she went to the University of Vermont for animal...» Read More!
If you’ve ever made and promptly broken a New Year’s resolution, this edition of #EventerProblems is dedicated to you — and trust us, we’re already off the wagon, too. Maybe next year? Let’s see what...» Read More!
Winter naughties are in full swing as event horses the world over begin to emerge from their holidays. We’re always kept entertained here at EN by the everlasting antics of Tokyo gold medalist London 52,...» Read More!
The Ocala and Aiken migration is well underway, and many eventers are high-tailing it south for warmer temperatures and the opportunity to get a jump start on prep for the upcoming season. For many amateur...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram A post shared by @platinumfarms New year, new series, eh? We’ve been doing a lot of thinking on what this year (and beyond) looks like here at EN,...» Read More!
We always knew our Wardrobe Malfunction Photo Challenge with Fairfax & Favor would be a hoot, but we also know our #GoEventing community is a nutty one full of good sports — and you all...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Laura Collett (@laura_collett) We’re only just beginning to see a fair few of the Tokyo horses coming slowly back into work after their well-deserved...» Read More!
We’ve loved seeing your photos stream in of your own “unorthodox” event horses — check out the first two editions of the series here and here. Here’s your latest batch of event horses proving that...» Read More!
As Tyler Held moves on from her time working alongside Jennie Brannigan, we caught up with her to reflect on her past few years as an international groom. Of course, Tyler’s a multi-skilled pro, meaning...» Read More!
Eventing is for every horse, truly. A few weeks ago we sent out a call for readers to send us photos of their “unorthodox” event horses, and you delivered. Here are seven of your unique...» Read More!
The world’s newest 5* event is behind us, and it was filled with first experiences. Not only did Fair Hill host its inaugural Maryland 5* but Boyd Martin claimed victory making it the first American 5*...» Read More!
Scanning the CCI3*-L entry list at the Maryland 5 Star, a familiar British face appears, entered on an American (and a local one, at that) horse. That’s right: Oliver Townend is catch-riding Juli Sebring’s Ulises,...» Read More!
You don’t have to compete in recognized events to be an eventer, and thanks to venues like Barnstaple South, Stable View, Carolina Horse Park, Copper Meadows and many others all over the country, schooling show...» Read More!
It’s no secret that those formative childhood years can have a lasting impact on an individual’s future health and wellness. Unfortunately, childhoods aren’t created equally, and many kids often find themselves adrift in the world...» Read More!
“Is that who I think it is??” It’s a question Lynn Symansky’s had to answer a lot this week, and we’re only through the dressage portion of competition for the Preliminary horses and riders competing...» Read More!
Every eventing enthusiast knows how challenging the sport can be. To train and compete successfully requires perfect alignment of so many factors that are out of our control. Riders often have to overcome setbacks, challenges,...» Read More!