The end of the season signals the completion of British Eventing’s Opposition Beaten Percentage (OBP) Leagues. With a whopping £10K prize pot, riders have eagerly awaited this moment to find out where they finished in...» Read More!
With all the qualification opportunities now over, British Eventing is delighted to announce that the qualification criteria will be extended to allow more members to enjoy the experience of competing at two of the most...» Read More!
Gloucestershire-based Canadian Olympic rider Michael Winter won the British Eventing Five-Year-Old Championship – sponsored by The Howden Way – on Happy Time today at Cornbury House Horse Trials. Michael finished on the same score –...» Read More!
Osberton International has been the end of season destination event for many riders over the past decades, but 2023 welcomes a new range of classes giving increased opportunity to riders. These are as follows: A...» Read More!
British Eventing is delighted to announce the appointment of Rosie Williams OBE as its new Chief Executive Officer. Rosie will assume her role in mid-September. With a distinguished career spanning several decades in the sports...» Read More!
Another super day of Young Eventer Pathway training last week, this time focusing on the cross-country phase with European Champion Nicola Wilson Equestrian 🙌 Posted by Wesko Equestrian Foundation on Tuesday, April 25, 2023 UK Sport...» Read More!
There’s further bad news on the airwaves for British eventers, as Somerford International Horse Trials has opted to cancel its early summer fixture, citing British Eventing’s abandonment insurance process as its primary concern in this...» Read More!
It’s been a whirlwind 24 hours for British eventers: though many were deeply disappointed by the cancellation of this week’s Fairfax & Favor Rockingham International Horse Trials, which saw yet another CCI2*-S class pulled from...» Read More!
There’s something to be said for the speed with which eventing folks can mobilise when the going gets tough — and the going has, quite literally, made things particularly tough this year. Just a scant...» Read More!
2023 is turning into the season-that-wasn’t for British Eventing members, as prolonged rainfall since March continues to wreak havoc on the fixtures list. The latest — and thus far most high-profile — event to pull...» Read More!
Jemima Griffiths from Gloucestershire has been awarded the very first Spotlight award, supported by uvex, which recognises a member who has stood out as embodying the culture and values of The Howden Way. Nominated by Level 4...» Read More!
The Event Horse Owners Association (EHOA) are delighted to announce the launch of a Veteran Eventing Championship, in conjunction with Bettalife. The league will reward riders aged 45 or older whose passion for eventing burns...» Read More!
British Eventing is delighted to be launching an exciting new award to recognise outstanding achievement across The Howden Way Regional Academies, supported by uvex. The Howden Way Spotlight Award will be presented monthly to a...» Read More!
British Eventing has announced that CEO Helen West, who has held the role for two years, will step down in June ‘due to personal circumstances, including the need to provide primary care for her father’....» Read More!
We’ve all been there: sometimes the day you’d planned (replete with rosettes, eternal glory, and an obligatory mug of lukewarm champagne to toast your successes back at the lorry) doesn’t quite work out, and you...» Read More!
British Eventing is delighted to share The Howden Way Talent Pathway, an update to its current Youth Performance programme which will help nurture and develop the next generation of talent in our sport. With athlete and...» Read More!
Musketeer Event Management, the event organisation conglomerate responsible for a number of British Eventing’s most popular events, has today announced that it will not go ahead with its midsummer FEI fixture, Barbury International Horse Trials,...» Read More!
Great news for British-based eventers: just one week ahead of the start of the 2023 season, British Eventing has announced the addition of several events to the calendar, giving riders across the country even more...» Read More!
British Eventing’s commitment to providing pathways for young and upcoming horses and riders – a commitment we’ve seen magnified in 2023 – has been bolstered by a new series of classes for six- and seven-year-old...» Read More!
In a bid to circumvent some of the issues faced in the 2022 British Eventing season, which saw a number of events across the country cancelled in the wake of low entries, BEDE Events will...» Read More!
The British Eventing Youth Programme has been reworked for 2023 to include a brand new BE80 u18 offering, two Championship opportunities and Regional Leagues. The changes will help to deliver a progressive pathway for younger...» Read More!
All eyes will remain steadily fixed on the British as we hurtle toward September’s FEI World Championships for Eventing, hosted along with the Worlds for Driving in Pratoni del Vivaro, Italy. This morning, British Eventing...» Read More!
There’s a lot to be said for the work being done at British Eventing under the leadership of CEO Helen West, who stepped into the role last year and immediately began cobbling together a figurative life...» Read More!