Welcome to EN’s latest educational series, “Teaching Truths”, in which we tap up-and-coming and established professionals for their core training philosophies. Horsemanship runs at the core of our first trainer, Georgia-based Daniel Sarango, who helps...» Read More!
Welcome to EN’s newest series, “So You Want To Be A…”. In an ongoing effort to educate those interested in getting more involved in eventing, we’ll be highlighting jobs and positions that could always use...» Read More!
Hawley Bennett-Awad recently stopped over in Kansas City for a three-day clinic including dressage lessons and jumping lessons out in a jump field at West End Farm. As usual, she brought a whole arsenal of...» Read More!
This post originally appeared on our sister site, Horse Nation. Attending a clinic is a great way to introduce your horse to new environments, connect with fellow equestrians and expand both your practical riding skills...» Read More!
During our first meeting with Robin Walker and Cathy Wieschhoff during Area VIII Young Rider Camp – South they began preaching the phrase, “Become a student of the sport.” Honestly at first I didn’t know...» Read More!
“The only way to get good at this sport is to never stop learning.” I’m not entirely sure who said this originally — someone much more wise than I am — but I have heard...» Read More!
The afternoon sessions at the USEA’s Young Horse Symposium in Ocala consisted of mounted sessions with several 4- and 5-year-olds at various stages in their training....» Read More!
The first day of the USEA’s Future Event Horse and Young Event Horse Symposium kicked off at the lovely Longwood Farm in Reddick, Florida, today. The morning sessions were in a classroom format that examined conformation...» Read More!
For the cross-country portion of the Francis Whittington eventing clinic, a large group trailer-pooled down to St. Matthews, South Carolina, to Gibbes Farm, a cross-country paradise with more than 150 jumps of all types and...» Read More!
#Whereswhittington? British four-star event rider Francis Whittington recently traveled to Kelsey Briggs’ farm in Fort Mill, South Carolina, to teach three days of private dressage lessons...» Read More!
In the world of horses, there are two kinds of people: those who are born into it, and those who are not. I am what I refer to as a “first generation rider,” meaning that...» Read More!
One of the coolest parts of my life is not knowing what horse(s) I will be riding on any given day, week, month or year. Currently I am riding four horses, and they could not...» Read More!
With rough winter weather flogging much of the country, it’s definitely a good year be in the south. Many snowbirds flock to Florida for the ability to ride, train, and compete in the winter, but...» Read More!
One of the coolest things about our sport, or any horse sport, is that you are never finished learning. I learn something new every day it seems. Sadly, over the years, I have seen the...» Read More!
It’s the same conversation I’ve heard a million times. Both sides are passionate; both sides espouse anecdotes to prove their case, and truth be told, both sides are right. It’s eventing’s great debate: Is it...» Read More!