We’ve got a few entry updates to the Olympic eventing roster for Tokyo as we count down the days until the first horse goes down centerline. For Japan, Yoshiaki Oiwa will call upon his experienced...» Read More!
Caitlin has come up to Bromont with one of Boyd’s horses in the CCI* while he’s off games with his dicky ankle, and we took the opportunity to catch up ….. ) Thank...» Read More!
Parklane Hawk (OTTB) winning the 2012 Rolex Kentucky CCI****. (All pictures kindly supplied by Allie Conrad and used with her permission with thanks) Like me you may recognize Allie Conrad’s name as the author...» Read More!
Komik on her way to a clear xc at her first prelim at Rocking Horse Winter II It’s been far too long since we caught up with Allie Knowles and her two, now six-year-old mares...» Read More!
Eventing Nation just spoke exclusively to Peter Atkins from a hospital in Westchester County in New York where he awaits surgery on his broken leg, “I broke the bottom off the tibia and the fibia,...» Read More!
Although the Keeneland September Yearling Sale began a fortnight ago, it’s hardly surprising that David Ingordo, one of the most sought after and successful bloodstock agents in the business has not had time to see...» Read More!
Alex with Tamarillo After a decade working for William Fox-Pitt, arguably the most successful eventer in recent times, Alex Van Tuyll has struck out on her own and has been working as a freelance groom...» Read More!
The Hyperbaric Chamber at Fair Hill I think everyone knows about the tragic fire at True Prospect Farm by now, that claimed the lives of six horses and left five severely injured. At Eventing Nation,...» Read More!
You could be forgiven for thinking that Bruce Davidson had perhaps finally settled into a comfy chair to enjoy watching his son, Buck carry the torch in those famous red and yellow colours; after all...» Read More!
Laura Collett is certainly not one to rest on her laurels; fresh off an impressive top ten finish at her first Badminton, ( 8th – and the one pole down in the show-jumping still irks...» Read More!
This weekend will mark a month since Port Authority, fondly known as Ollie, arrived back in Virginia from England, where he contested Badminton with his rider, Steph Rhodes-Bosch. After a fantastic campaign last year –...» Read More!
I read with sadness of Sam Barr’s passing last weekend. He was truly a pioneer of event horse breeding in England, and for me, the Welton name will also always be synonymous with Leslie Law....» Read More!
As much as I love what I do–watching and writing about some of the best horses and riders in the world, and their connections–I have to admit to still being a little starstruck around Lucinda...» Read More!
If you read this blog with any regularity, you deserve a medal may be familiar with the name Chris Barry. I’m happy to report that I’m fast becoming friends with the entire Barry family, having...» Read More!
If you scanned the Rolex entry list, and did a double take at Hamish Cargill’s name thinking it sounded vaguely familiar, you weren’t alone. When Hamish and Dave announced last year that they hadn’t made...» Read More!
Undoubtedly one of the most exciting pairs to emerge last year was Canadian Stephanie Rhodes-Bosch on her lovely bay, Port Authority. Fifth at Rolex CCI **** in the spring, and then 9th individually at the...» Read More!
Getting to know Missy Ransehousen was a real perk of the job as co-host of the 2010 Radio show for the two years leading up to last year’s World Equestrian Games. We became friends because...» Read More!
Canadian eventer Jessica Phoenix barely needs an introduction anymore, especially after the spring she’s enjoying thus far, but in case you didn’t know….at just 28 years of age she’s already been a regular on the...» Read More!
Derek di Grazia very kindly agreed to meet with me on a night that he should have been celebrating, and I hope that as soon as I left he did indeed go out and paint...» Read More!
(All photos by Lulu Kyriacou, thank-you) It was suggested by an EN reader that we talk to Francis Whittington, President of the ERA, the Event Riders Association, based in England. Thank you, thank you, what...» Read More!
As part of Eventing Nation’s endeavor to speak to all the applicants for the role of US Chef/Technical Advisor that we know of, I managed to figure out conference calling this week and speak to...» Read More!
Kim Severson, who is one of just four riders on the US High Performance A List this year, kindly spared me some time to chat recently from her winter base in Aiken. With four horses...» Read More!
Will Faudree is a busy man; perhaps you’ve read his blog on the USEF page Club Equestrian, or his article on fitness on the USEA site? As well as organising an Oscar Style Awards Ceremony...» Read More!