We’re already less than a year out from the 2020 Olympics, and for the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team all efforts are squarely centered on producing a podium result in Tokyo and beyond. In that...» Read More!
Team USA capped off a great weekend in the Netherlands with some show jumping action yesterday for all team riders plus our traveling reserve, Matt Flynn and Wizzerd. If you missed out on all of...» Read More!
What a year it’s been for Laura Collett and London 52. After a promising start – they took the win in the Chatsworth leg of the Event Rider Masters, getting the 2019 season off to a good start...» Read More!
Military Boekelo show jumping is well underway! Tune into the FEI live stream right here or on the FEI’s YouTube Channel. See the show jumping order of go here — if it looks a bit wonky, it’s because...» Read More!
84 combinations will proceed to showjumping after this morning’s final horse inspection at Boekelo, which saw two holds and was slightly diminished by four overnight withdrawals. Ireland’s Padraig McCarthy opted to withdraw Leonidas II, from whom he fell...» Read More!
It was an action packed day for our four American riders at Boekelo. Before you continue, you absolutely must read Tilly Berendt’s report that breaks down the individual and team competition. Sherry Stewart, one of...» Read More!
The more things change, the more they stay the same, it appears – or at least that proved to be the case with the formidable German team today. All three team competitors – Sandra Auffarth and Let’s Dance...» Read More!
That’s a wrap for two days of Boekelo dressage! Get caught up on what went down via Tilly’s dressage reports — click here for Thursday and here for Friday. FEI TV streamed all the dressage...» Read More!
With the team dressage in the books, today at Military Boekelo was all about individual competitors in the CCIO4*-L – but such is the strength of the team competitors that just two combinations would ultimately...» Read More!
Unless you were up and plugged into the internet by 4:47 a.m. this morning, you probably missed watching Team USA’s Boekelo dressage tests live. Good news — between Tilly’s supersized dressage report, the FEI live...» Read More!
A star-studded lineup of horses and riders are hotly contesting the FEI Nations Cup at the Boekelo CCIO4*-L this weekend, and we’ve got a preview of new designer Adrian Ditcham’s cross country track here for...» Read More!
And just like that, we’d seen fifty dressage tests. In a departure from normal form, Boekelo opted to group all its team riders together in the order of go, allowing us to close out the...» Read More!
Team USA looked ready to open a can of whoop-a$$ on the international eventing stage yesterday as they took to the catwalk for the first horse inspection and rehearsed their dressage moves. CCIO4*-L dressage gets...» Read More!
There’s been an awful lot of fuss about Boekelo this year, and for once, it’s not just because of the infamous parties (though what happens in Boekelo stays in Boekelo, to quote the enthusiastic –...» Read More!
Welcome to every eventer’s favourite week of the year: it’s Military Boekelo time, and we’re in for one heck of a week at the Netherlands’ feature event. Not only is Boekelo the finale of the...» Read More!
US Equestrian has announced the recipients of the 2019 Land Rover/USEF Competition Grants for the remainder of the 2019 season. The following athletes will receive funding for the FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ The Netherlands hosted...» Read More!
Frankie Thieriot Stutes announced today that she has withdrawn Chatwin from Military Boekelo CCIO4*-L after a recent minor illness compromised the horse’s fitness. Traveling reserves Tamie Smith and Mai Baum will replace them in the team lineup,...» Read More!
US Equestrian has just named the U.S. Nations Cup team for Boekelo CCIO4*-L, which takes place Oct. 10-13, in Enschede, the Netherlands. Erik Duvander will serve as the chef d’equipe. The following athlete-and-horse combinations will compose the...» Read More!
It all came down to the final round today at the Military Boekelo CCIO3* in Enschede, Netherlands. Germany’s Julia Krajewski, second after cross country with Samourai du Thot, said she intended to jump clear and...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram @fleeceworks Royal accepted. I think the best description of the cross country here @militaryboekelo is it feels like you are being chased by the police and trying to loose them....» Read More!
Tim Lips is one step closer to becoming the first Dutchman to win the Military Boekelo CCIO3* in Enschede, Netherlands. He and Bayro, a 12-year-old KWPN (Casantos X Vanya, by Corland), remain on their record score of...» Read More!
One night at Boekelo, I made the mistake of leaving the press tent. Immediately, some bros stole my toboggan off my head and I got dirty dance assaulted by some drunk lady who, prior to...» Read More!
The top three remained unchanged today at Military Boekelo CCIO3* in Enschede, Netherlands, with Tim Lips and Bayro still leading the way on 19.2 — the lowest score ever recorded by a Dutch rider, according to...» Read More!