After a thorough bidding process, the FEI has awarded the relocated 2021 Longines European Championships for Eventing to Switzerland’s Avenches National Equestrian Institute, with the competition now formally scheduled to take place from 22–26 September. Avenches, which...» Read More!
The FEI has agreed to reopen the bidding process for the 2021 European Eventing Championships after a social media campaign led by Michael Jung gained traction over the past weeks. The Championships, which were originally set...» Read More!
Hands up if you haven’t recovered from last week’s Longines FEI European Eventing Championships yet. Two hands up if you feel like you might never recover. Throw everything you’ve got in the air and wave it around like...» Read More!
Ingrid Klimke Helmet Cam | Longines FEI Eventing European Championships – Luhmuhlen 2019 Take a ride in the stirrups of a CHAMPION!The LONGINES FEI Eventing European Champions Ingrid Klimke and SAP Hale Bob tackled the...» Read More!
And so the 2019 Longines FEI European Championships came to an end, not with a bang, but nor with a whimper, but with the sound of several dozen speakers pumping out aggressive Euro-pop and many thousands...» Read More!
Our original field of 76 is down to a mere 54 horse-and-rider combinations as we head into the showjumping at the Longines FEI European Championships at Luhmühlen. Four horses were withdrawn before this morning’s final horse inspection,...» Read More!
And then there was Jung. After a whirlwind day of high hopes and heartbreaks at the Longines FEI European Championships, the undisputed champion of modern eventing didn’t just rise to the top of the pack...» Read More!
When they build championship tracks, they really don’t mess around – and true to form, Mike Etherington-Smith has provided us with something truly special this week....» Read More!
Isn’t it nice when some unknown comes from nowhere, baffling the punters and confounding the form guide writers, to make their debut at a championship? Isn’t it even more magical when that unfamiliar face goes...» Read More!
At the end of day one, it’s Great Britain’s Laura Collett and London 52 who are out in front of the 2019 Longines FEI European Championships. The intrepid Tilly Berendt has posted a very colorful...» Read More!
What would Luhmühlen be without a sudden and unscheduled downpour? That’s exactly how the day began, but to be quite frank, no one was complaining – yesterday, after all, had passed in a sweaty haze, with...» Read More!
The philosophy behind team selection is fascinating. Whom do you name to the squad, and why, and how do those individuals meld into a singular team unit? For perspective, there’s value in looking to the...» Read More!
After the late withdrawals of four combinations – Austria’s Daniel Dunst and Loriot F, Belgium’s Joris Vanspringel and Imperial van de Holtakkers, the Netherlands’ Raf Kooremans and Henri Z, and Poland’s Mateusz Kiempa and Grand Supreme, a diminished field of 73 presented to the assembled ground jury of Martin Plewa...» Read More!
Welcome to the 2019 Longines FEI European Championships. The summer season has been building up to this point and now, with the competition waiting in the wings, it’s time to get serious. We present: the ultimate...» Read More!
Hark, you queens (and kings) of the surreptitious live-stream; you sneaky savants who can wield a dressage feed and a spreadsheet simultaneously with...» Read More!
You’ve met the riders of the 2019 Longines FEI European Eventing Championships – now, get to know their remarkable horses. Want to know which breed is best represented, how the mare squad stacks up against the...» Read More!
Here at EN, we never do things by halves – but we also appreciate that not everyone can set aside approximately three weeks to pore over an in-depth form guide. Sometimes, you need the Happy...» Read More!
Gold medal favourites — and reigning European Champions — Great Britain have announced this morning that Tom McEwen and Toledo de Kerser, who rode as part...» Read More!
Welcome to the 2019 Longines FEI European Eventing Championships (Aug. 29-Sept. 1), which send us in a dizzying tailspin back to Luhmühlen, that wonderfully odd theatre of dreams in northern Germany, where nothing is ever...» Read More!
And then there were three. The final teams have been revealed for the Longines FEI European Championships at Luhmühlen, where we’ll be heading from the 28th of August to the 1st of September. Both Spain and...» Read More!
After an unlucky thirteenth-place finish at the World Equestrian Games last year, and with a current ranking of sixth in the 2019 FEI Nations Cup series, Belgium has a big job ahead of it as...» Read More!
Hang onto your hats, dear readers: the deadline has passed for federations to name their teams for the Longines FEI European Eventing Championships (28 August – 1 September), and we’ll be force-feeding you a heaping...» Read More!
Hot on the Tokyo trail, Sweden has announced its squad of six horses and riders ahead of the Longines FEI European Eventing Championships, which will take place at Luhmühlen from the 28th of August through...» Read More!