Ring-a-ding-ding, it’s that time of year again! No, not Christmas (although hello to you, too, if you’re also spending the day drinking mulled wine, planning your Christmas tree pick-up, and ordering Nat King Cole albums...» Read More!
Some considerable excitement from Badminton Horse Trials this morning – we’ll be looking ahead to a new (old) look event for 2021, as the dressage and showjumping phases are temporarily relocated to an arena in front...» Read More!
The 2019 iteration of Badminton Horse Trials will be its last in partnership with longtime title sponsors Mitsubishi Motors, who will have supported the Gloucestershire fixture for a record-breaking 28 years. This year’s competition boasted...» Read More!
Imagine it: in exactly four short weeks’ time it’ll be the evening before cross country day at Badminton. We’ll know who our leaders after the dressage are; we’ll know if we have a chance of seeing...» Read More!
What’s it like to contest your first Badminton Horse Trials? Kathy Carter speaks with two riders — Tom Jackson, who is contesting the CCI4*, and Sophie Leaney, who is competing in the Motors Cup —...» Read More!
Horseman of the Century Mark Todd hops back on NZB Campino at Badminton. Kick on, Toddy....» Read More!
Earlier this week, the moving picture archive collection British Pathé uploaded 85,000 historic newsreels to YouTube in an effort to make them more accessible to viewers. Among them were dozens of fairly high-resolution clips of...» Read More!
Badminton announced today on its website that prize money is increasing for this year’s event, going up to £80,000 from £65,000 for the winning rider. The lower placings will also receive a boost in prize money...» Read More!
Mary King was kind enough to sit down and chat to Eventing Nation while she was in Cincinnati for the Area VIII AGM in January. Unfortunately, and inexplicably I somehow managed to lose the...» Read More!