On Friday, Feb. 2, 2018, the internet was on fire with celebratory posts like “I got in! I’m accepted into the Retired Racehorse Project Thoroughbred Makeover 2018!” In fact, 794 trainers likely made such an...» Read More!
The USEA has named the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky as the host site for the 2019 and 2020 American Eventing Championships. “It will be an honor to have the AEC hosted by one...» Read More!
There are moments in eventing that makes it all worthwhile. Where the stars align, the clouds part, and something amazing happens. After the early mornings and late nights, the hot summers and frigid winters, when you...» Read More!
As the global equestrian community awaits a decision on the location of the 2018 World Equestrian Games, the Kentucky Horse Park has announced its intent to bid for the 2022 Games...» Read More!
As you take I-75 exit 120 and begin the short drive down Iron Works Pike to the entrance of the Kentucky Horse Park, the highly visible white plank fencing has long been an invariable symbol...» Read More!
This post originally appeared on Horse Nation. The Retired Racehorse Project’s annual banner event is getting a new home. For 2015, the Thoroughbred Makeover is moving to the world-class Kentucky Horse Park facilities in 2015,...» Read More!
When the FEI awarded the 2018 World Equestrian Games to Bromont/Montreal, the announcement stated that the Canadian bid committee’s securing of substantial government backing played a crucial role in the decision....» Read More!
The FEI will meet next Monday in Lausanne, Switzerland, to decide whether the 2018 World Equestrian Games will be held in Lexington, Ky., or Bromont, Quebec, the Lexington Herald-Leader reports. An announcement on the location...» Read More!
Applications to host the 2018 World Equestrian Games are due today, and both Wellington and Lexington met the deadline. The two U.S. cities join Bromont/Montreal as potential hosts of the Games, and the official candidate...» Read More!
EN loves photos shot between the ears! If you happen to be out for a hack, are riding in some obscure place or just take some cool photos aboard your mount, send them to [email protected]...» Read More!
All horses presented for the final horse inspection in the Hagyard Midsouth CCI* have been accepted. Only one horse, Tahiti Creek, ridden by Tasha Orr, was held but passed upon reinspection. It is quite a...» Read More!
Brooke Schafer has sent a few submissions to us before — A Clinic with Karen O’Connor, An Event Report from Holly Hill, and From Race Tracks to Galloping Lanes— and today she kindly shared with...» Read More!
–Friday’s weather forecast includes a bit of everything, with thunderstorms, highs in the 60’s, and sun mid-day. A ‘possibly severe weather’ warning is in place for Saturday. –7 combinations to keep an eye on: Woodburn...» Read More!
from Chelan’s blog According to William’s site, both William and Oliver have arrived in Lexington after their incredible travels over the past 36 hours. The question now is how exhausted and jet-legged are they? Both...» Read More!
I want to take a special chance to give a shout-out to this week’s WEG show guest, Mick Costello, who I hear reads Eventing Nation from time to time. I had a chance to see...» Read More!
When I was in KY this weekend, I had a few moments to walk around the snowy grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park. I walked out to the XC fields and it was amazing to...» Read More!
Two months before the World Equestrian Games, the Kentucky Horse Park will host the North American Junior/Young Rider Championships. This announcement is pending FEI approval. The dates are July 28th-August 1st. My take: there were...» Read More!
This weekend’s other big Three-Day was the Hagyard Midsouth 3Day and Team Challenge. I apologize for being late in our coverage, but we were a bit distracted by FHI and the Midsouth results page was...» Read More!