With three FEI events occurring this weekend in different parts of the country – many of them containing Kentucky-bound riders looking for one last fitness-peaking prep – there’s much action to recap. CCI4*-S divisions can...» Read More!
The test event for the new Maryland Five-Star (canceled/postponed to 2021) was originally supposed to take place back in April just two weeks before the Kentucky Three-Day event (which of course was also canceled, R.I.P....» Read More!
Fair Hill is full speed ahead in its preparations for hosting a CCI5*-L event in 2020. Fair Hill International issued the following update in its most recent newsletter: Fair Hill Equine Improvement Project Construction Update The...» Read More!
Running Fair Hill International is one of the biggest jobs in the biz, and we are excited to welcome two of our sport’s hardest-working ladies into important positions at the event. This week the FHI...» Read More!
Boyd Martin and Long Island T (Ludwig von Bayern x Haupstsbuch Highlight, Heraldik xx) lead the way in the CIC3* after a full day of dressage at Fair Hill International in Elkton, Maryland on a...» Read More!
In addition to all the other hype at Fair Hill this weekend, they also played host to the East Coast Young Event Horse Championships and crowned winning four-year-old and five-year-old horses. The winning five-year-old was...» Read More!
As is tradition here at EN, we’re taking a comprehensive look at the competitors entered in what many consider the most challenging CCI3* in the United States. Fair Hill International is something of a rite...» Read More!
My my my, it has been an interesting weekend at Fair Hill, has it not? From illegal holding box procedures to a cross-country phase riddled with stops, holds and a run-away flag – it’s been...» Read More!
It’s the last day of my preview mania, and I hope you’ve enjoyed it. Part III today is the CCI3* division, which is not quite as massive as the CCI2* division, but the numbers are...» Read More!
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Fair Hill International this year, I’m bringing you not one, not two, but THREE preview posts of all the horse and rider combinations slated to compete this coming...» Read More!