Hartpury University and Hartpury College have been allocated the 2022 FEI Dressage and Eventing European Championships for Young Riders & Juniors. The Gloucestershire venue had been due to host the 2020 Championships until they were...» Read More!
Saddle Up 4 The NHS is an exciting new charity initiative that’s been launched by our friends at luxury saddlery company Voltaire Design in conjunction with the Royal Windsor Horse Show, and is intended as a vehicle to...» Read More!
With a solid USEF Action Plan in place and USEF/USEA competition bans lifting at the end of the month, several events scheduled or rescheduled for June are gearing up to run — some more tentatively than others,...» Read More!
British Eventing has released an updated statement today (June 4) expressing its intent to return to competition on July 4, the date on which the UK will begin to reopen the hospitality industry, cinemas, and...» Read More!
The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is the latest major event to fall victim to the widespread cancellation of events due to COVID-19. It follows closely on the heels of the announcement that Scotland’s Blair Castle International...» Read More!
British Eventing has released a document drafting its plan for a socially distant approach to the resumption of competition, which could begin in earnest after the Prime Minister’s next address on June 1. The measures detailed...» Read More!
The 2020 FEI European Championships for Ponies, set to take place at Strzegom in Poland from July 15–19, is the latest major competition to drop from this season’s calendar in the wake of COVID-19. The...» Read More!
The FEI European Championships in the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines of Jumping, Eventing, Dressage and Para Dressage will not be held in 2021 due to the revised dates for the Tokyo Games next year. European...» Read More!
Gloucestershire’s Hartpury Equine, the events sector of Hartpury University, has announced today (May 7) that its 2020 roster of international competitions will not go ahead due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The cancelled events span...» Read More!
US Equestrian has released its Licensed Competitions COVID-19 Toolkit that features the USEF Action Plan, outlining mandatory requirements and recommended best practices for competition organizers and participants as equestrian competitions prepare to resume on June 1, 2020,...» Read More!
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) Board of Governors has voted to resume recognizing educational activities after May 13, 2020. All educational activities must follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...» Read More!
In this week’s edition of “What’s Happening This Spring?” we spotlighted the Would Rather Be at a Horse Show Virtual 5k/10k taking place this weekend via Baile Hill Farm in Sutton, MA. The concept, as...» Read More!
I don’t envy anyone trying to sort the havoc this virus has wreaked on our sport right now. The USEF, USEA — any national governing body, really — and especially not the FEI. Take the...» Read More!
As life begins creeping back toward some modicum of normalcy (fingers crossed), there are plenty of questions being raised about how our sport will move forward in the future. How to ensure that we are...» Read More!
The USEF has extended its suspension of competitions, which was most recently extended through May 3, through May 31. You can view a list of May USEA Horse Trials still on the calendar that this suspension...» Read More!
With the USEF and USEA’s suspension of events expiring on May 3 (unless they opt to extend it), and some parts of the country making plans to lift restrictions and reopen their economies, a few...» Read More!
The organising team at Turniergesellschaft Luhmühlen has announced their decision today (April 23) to cancel their showpiece event, the Longines Luhmühlen Horse Trials, which hosts both a CCI5* and a CCI4*-S, which acts as the German...» Read More!
The Board of the Australian International 3-Day Event (the southern hemisphere’s only five-star, scheduled for November 12-15, 2020 in Adelaide) are today advising supporters and partners that this year’s event will be cancelled due the...» Read More!
So much is up in the air right now, and Waredaca Horse Trials (May 30-31 in Gaithersburg, Maryland) has issued the following statement about their upcoming event: “Our event opened this week and quite honestly,...» Read More!
The following events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. May 10: Riga Meadow at Coole Park Combined Test – Canceled May 10: Apple Knoll Farm Horse Trials – Canceled June 12-14: Seneca Valley Pony Club Spring Horse...» Read More!
The following equestrian events have been canceled or modified due to coronavirus concerns. This page will be updated daily....» Read More!
From competitions being canceled further into the spring to many boarding barns now closing their doors to customers, the non-health-related effects of the global coronavirus pandemic continue to increase. For many within our equestrian industry,...» Read More!
Flora Lea Spring Horse Trials, scheduled for May 23-24 in Medford, New Jersey, has been canceled. The event issued the following statement today: “After careful consideration Flora Lea has decided to cancel their spring horse trials,...» Read More!