A total of 10 countries are bidding to host disciplines for the 2022 FEI World Championships, including two countries with proposals to host all disciplines and run the full FEI World Equestrian Games. Bidding countries include Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Ireland,...» Read More!
Today the FEI quietly acknowledged the potential abandonment of a central World Equestrian Games in favor of individual discipline championships. This was agreed upon during discussions held at the in-person FEI Bureau meeting of the FEI General Assembly in Manama,...» Read More!
Anyone else still having WEG withdrawals? I’m sure I must not be the only one. Thankfully, even if you’ve let your FEI TV pass run out you can still enjoy a lot of the action through...» Read More!
Norway’s Heidi Bratlie Larsen received a yellow card on Sept. 15 during cross country at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games for “abuse of horse / riding an obviously lame horse.” The ground jury stopped Heidi on...» Read More!
What were the chances that after three rounds of jumping there would be a tie for the gold medal position? In fact, it’s the first time that such a result has occurred at the World...» Read More!
Three disciplines, one pint-sized recap to get you all caught up on the day’s events. Biz Stamm of Horse Nation is your bartender this evening for WEG Happy Hour! Rails were dropping like it was...» Read More!
Irish Eventing Team Homecoming at Dublin Airport Fantastic scenes at Dublin Airport this morning as Horse Sport Ireland Press Officer Brian Hennessy caught up with the World Equestrian Games Silver Medal winning Irish Eventing team...» Read More!
What goes into feeding all of the horses during the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games? Kentucky Equine Research is the Official Equine Nutritionist of Tryon, and they coordinated getting familiar feeds from around the world to the horses...» Read More!
Each day Horse Nation presents a pint-sized recap from the World Equestrian Games. Today: The action is heating up in Tryon with three disciplines on the schedule today: get the pint-sized recap on the day’s...» Read More!
We are devastated to report that Box Qutie, ridden by Sweden’s Anna Freskgård in the eventing competition at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, was euthanized today due to complications from an injury sustained during the...» Read More!
Today kicked off the individual competition for para dressage and vaulting, making poise and elegance the theme of the day. The competition was hot for the grade IV para dressage individual test, with the top...» Read More!
As we digest the results of yesterday’s show jumping finale at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, it’s a harsh reality for the U.S. that the team came within one rail of qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Finishing eighth is still...» Read More!
First day post-WEG feels a bit like you’ve been spinning around in a tumble dryer for a week, and you’ve just been spit out with a mammoth horse show hangover. We are right there with you....» Read More!
With Hurricane Florence forcing an unexpected rest day between cross country and show jumping, the event riders at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games weren’t quite sure what to expect in yesterday’s finale at Tryon. Some...» Read More!
The FEI World Equestrian Games is one of those events that seems to move both fast and slow. The days are long and emotional, yet it seems like only a few blinks ago that we...» Read More!
Monday social media roundup … that sounds a little funny, eh? Ah well, we did it! We made it! Unlike some other sports (RIP dressage freestyle) WEG eventing is complete! Let’s take a one more peek around social media...» Read More!
With the top seven separated by less than a rail following cross country at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, we knew today’s show jumping finale at Tryon would be an absolute nail-biter. When Ros...» Read More!
Marcio Jorge Head Cam – Eventing XC | FEI World Equestrian Games It's as if you're riding the actual course 😯Eventing athlete Marcio C Jorge strapped on a head camera during his FEI Eventing Cross...» Read More!
What a dramatic finale for eventing at the 2018 World Equestrian Games. You thought Ingrid had it in the bag but then … plot twist at the very last! Team Great Britain had a spectacular...» Read More!
Time for a deep-dive into that most fiscally treacherous of WEG excursions, the Vendor Village! Let’s go see what there is to see this go-round. First things first, a stop by our friends at Attwood Equestrian...» Read More!
Did everyone enjoy the off day? Because we’re back with the final show jumping phase at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games. We’ve got 70 combinations coming forward to jump Alan Wade’s track, and no...» Read More!
A “rest day” between cross country and stadium jumping is certainly an … unusual situation, to say the least. We’ve heard some mixed feelings from the riders...» Read More!
One memorable aspect of the 2018 WEG cross country course was its water features. Exhibit A: those waterfall up-banks at #10. These things really tripped up some folks, and by “folks” I mean Olympians like...» Read More!