The internet: a veritable smorgasbord of wine-influenced purchases, blurry photos of nearly-naked eventers, and unsolicited advice and opinions. You know what they say about opinions, right? They’re like, um … feral barn cats. Everyone’s got...» Read More!
This post was originally published on Emma’s blog, OTTBs and Oxers. With all of the back and forth on safety in eventing after the euthanization of Boyd Martin’s Crackerjack at Les Etoiles de Pau, Doug Payne’s...» Read More!
The term “social media” has become a big part of our contemporary vernacular, and it strikes me as an especially dumb expression. Facebook, twitter, instagram, flickr and others that seem to have popped up overnight...» Read More!
Wow! Check out this impressive video of 1920s cavalry training posted on Colleen Rutledge’s Facebook page: Just watching this makes me think about helmets and safety vests … not to mention medical armbands! Even with the...» Read More!
Pau has come and gone all too quickly, but not before the US team proved that it is here to stay. Phillip Dutton sealed the top US finish with a 4th place finish, and 3...» Read More!
Cross country has concluded at Pau, and the North Americans represented quite impressively today. Phillip Dutton sits in 4th place behind William Fox-Pitt’s triple threat, and show jumping tomorrow should be exciting. The US team...» Read More!
Dressage has concluded at Pau, and no surprise should be felt to see Lucinda Fredericks closely pursued by three William Fox Pitt mounts to round out the top four. Our own Phillip Dutton and Mr. Medicott...» Read More!
Well, it’s here! Pau week is finally upon us. As an example of how little French pronunciation I know, I will admit that until recently (I don’t want to disclose how recently) I believed that Pau...» Read More!
Eventing Nation just created a Facebook profile! Â If you enjoyed or appreciated our coverage of the USEA convention all weekend and you have a Facebook account, please click here to join Eventing Nation because I...» Read More!