We’re incredibly sad to share the news that Mary King‘s 2011 Kentucky CCI5* winner Kings Temptress died yesterday, following complications after giving birth to a colt Friday morning. “Very sad news … my dear Tess, having given birth...» Read More!
Each Thursday we dig through the cobwebbed EN archives for a favorite throwback post from yesterday. This week’s edition hails from May 10, 2014, featuring the legendary Mary King. Stickability was an absolute necessity around...» Read More!
It’s been more than a year since Mary King retired her four-star partner Kings Temptress. Since then Mary has been quietly producing a small string of promising youngsters that are ready to step up as her next top...» Read More!
My daily routine Ever since I started riding, I’ve been a great believer in attention to detail, and I soon learnt that success begins with the small, incidental things. I believe that if horses live...» Read More!
Want to know even more about Mary and Emily King? This dynamic mother-daughter duo is an eventing fan favorite, and they’ve graciously participated in a two-part behind the scenes video series with Badminton Horse Trials....» Read More!
Badminton Horse Trials is already hard at work getting us pumped for this year’s event, and this week they uploaded a new video featuring mother-daughter duo Mary and Emily King. “It was a childhood dream...» Read More!
I set out to write this blog about how I wanted to become more decisive … that was a month ago. Why did it take so long? Partially because of multiple school finals (I was...» Read More!
Witnessing Mary King take home first and second at Rolex in 2011 was a privilege. That was a banner year for Mary, who won Rolex with Kings Temptress and placed second with Fernhill Urco. She...» Read More!
After withdrawing her homebred 15-year-old mare, King’s Temptress, following the dressage at Badminton last month, Mary King has announced that she will be retiring “Tess” due to arthritic changes and persistent lameness. “Sadly Tess’s lameness...» Read More!
Mary King’s newest book, Mary King, My Way: How I Train for Success is chock full of valuable information from one of the most experienced event riders in the sport’s history. With countless accolades adorning her CV, picking...» Read More!
Eventing Training Online has released an excerpt from their video of Mary King’s clinic at Morven Park, hosted by Team EnGaged, last fall. This clip gives viewers some insight into Mary’s concepts for training on the...» Read More!
As the lucky winner of the auditing passes to the Mary King clinic, I bundled up this past Thursday and Friday and headed over to Morven Park in Leesburg, Va. I was eager to learn from...» Read More!
Mary King’s clinic at Morven Park, hosted by Kelly Gage of Team EnGaged Clinics wrapped up yesterday with the various groups doing a bit of jumping. Although there were just a handful of jumps being...» Read More!
Mary King is teaching a clinic hosted by Kelly Gage of Team EnGaged Clinics at Morven Park this week, imparting wisdom coming from many years as an international competitor. Mary did some work with younger horses...» Read More!
The one and only Mary King is teaching a series of clinics in the U.S. this week, starting at Fresno County Horse Park in California today and tomorrow. Then she’ll be at Morven Park in...» Read More!
It’s Burghley weekend! Our very own Kate Samuels is checking in from Burghley, accompanied by the one and only Chinch. In addition to repeat offenders such as William Fox-Pitt and Andrew Nicholson, this weekend marks...» Read More!
We reported earlier this month that Mary King had received her second yellow card in a year for “dangerous riding,” resulting in a two-month suspension that is active until August. The second yellow card was...» Read More!
Hey there, EN! It’s a busy weekend ahead of us with competition overseas at Luhmühlen and plenty of action around the U.S. I must say I’m pretty disappointed with the FEI’s decision to uphold Mary...» Read More!
We reported in November that Mary King was handed a yellow card for “dangerous riding” on cross country at Le Lions d’Angers, where the Young Event Horse Championships are held. As per FEI regulations, two...» Read More!
Mother-daughter power duo Mary and Emily King recently joined Equestrian PR for some “Tips from the Top.” It’s always great to hear from riders who have made it to the top echelons of the sport...» Read More!
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of achievement as you reach a goal or accomplish something positive yet unexpected. As the clinic and show season picks up, what are some of your recent accomplishments that...» Read More!
If you ever watched that ridiculous MTV show, “Cribs”, you will know exactly where the idea for this Elite Eventing episode came from. Emily King posted this video on her Facebook page earlier, and I...» Read More!
What do you do when your mother is a six-time Olympian, among many other lifetime achievements? You become a rockstar eventer yourself, naturally. Emily King is Mary King’s eighteen year old daughter who has stepped...» Read More!