Kyle Carter and Buck Davidson sat down for a new video series from Ocala Bred Horses to chat about everything under the sun. Eventing Talk is a new project aimed at entertainment, education and “awkward...» Read More!
Event horse auctions don’t happen so much in the States but in Europe it’s definitely a thing. Have a glass of wine! Have another! Fall in love! Have one more glass of wine! Open your...» Read More!
There’s been a growing sentiment in recent years that eventing is on the road to being too big for its breeches. Many fingers point toward the cha-ching aspect of it, and there’s some accountability there...» Read More!
It was a super busy weekend for U.S. eventing, with eight American riders competing in England at the Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials and the largest field of any U.S. CIC3* this year competing at Plantation Field...» Read More!
If you feel like you blinked and two-thirds of Aachen is suddenly over, you’re not alone. The competition always seems to fly by here in Germany at this hotly contested leg of the FEI Nations...» Read More!
Just call him #CrossCountryChinch, ya’ll. Somehow, our furry little mascot got a wild hair this weekend and decided he wanted to try his hand at cross country riding. It’s super easy, right? That’s what he...» Read More!
The USEF released the summer/fall updates to the 2015 Eventing High Performance Training Lists late last night, and we have a number of returning riders and new faces who will be training with Coach David...» Read More!
I know I’m not the only one who, upon leaving this past weekend’s (fantastic as usual) Bromont CCI Three-Day Event, took a good look around. Change is coming, and soon. I’ve spent a number of...» Read More!
Canada here I come! So excited to get to the frozen North. Posted by Holling Eventing on Tuesday, June 2, 2015 Jon Holling is on a whole new level of ridiculousness this week as he...» Read More!
So you’re thinking of applying for one of the working student positions you’ve seen on our page or elsewhere. You’re ready to pack your bags and head off for what will surely be one of...» Read More!
With Rolex recently concluded and Badminton entries finalized, the next four-star that the United States will have riders competing at will be Luhmühlen in June. Currently, both Libby Head and Clark Montgomery plan to compete,...» Read More!
With another #RK3DE officially in the books, it’s time to rehash the results and gnaw on the data. It certainly proved to be an interesting and influential event for Team USA on a number of...» Read More!
Social media lit up after the FEI announced these proposed overhauls of eventing, and now Dom Schramm is weighing in with his own thoughts. Whether you agree with the FEI’s proposed changes or not, Dom and EN encourage...» Read More!
Following the ongoing debate about safety in eventing is not unlike being stuck on a carousel. Whenever a horse or human dies on cross country, the same cyclical series of events inevitably unfold. Social media...» Read More!
Ah, spring. The weather is slowly getting warmer, the mud is visible beneath the snow, and regular riding has recommenced for those of us not participating in the snowbird tradition. Spring is also a great...» Read More!
British Eventing has confirmed that the organization will keep a new rule that bans “fixed peaks,” or brims, on helmets in cross country at all BE sanctioned events, meaning skull caps are now required on...» Read More!
Boyd Martin’s career has taken him to top events all over the world, but he said the inaugural $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase is the best competition he’s ever been to. That’s a sentiment everyone who...» Read More!
I always think that January and February are by far the hardest months to survive for us horse riders, both mentally and physically. The rush of the end-of-season competitions and the holidays and time spent...» Read More!
There’s been quite a bit of negative chatter lately about the USEF’s Eventing 25 and Eventing 18 programs. If you follow Denny Emerson’s Tamarack Hill Farm Facebook page, you’ve already gotten a good sense of...» Read More!
Many (but hopefully not too many) readers can relate to my afternoon yesterday: I was nonchalantly checking my email when I read the following message:...» Read More!
Why shouldn’t some of these “non-horsey” companies start sponsoring some events?...» Read More!
I adore working with young horses, and it’s a good thing too, because that’s more or less all that I do these days. Actually, let me refine that and say that I love the challenge...» Read More!
We’ve all, at some point, experienced a sassy horse who has their own opinions on what they should and should not be required to do. What would happen if our horses could express their feelings...» Read More!