An inquest to investigate the deaths of 17-year-old Olivia Inglis and 19-year-old Caitlyn Fischer as a result of fatal injuries sustained in rotational falls on cross country in 2016 is underway at the New South Wales Coronors Court...» Read More!
The mosaic created from photos of hundreds of thousands of riders all over the world was presented to the Inglis family this weekend at Olivia’s memorial service. The #RideForOlivia hashtag took on a life of its...» Read More!
At the memorial service for seventeen-year-old Olivia Inglis, who suffered a fatal accident on cross-country in Australia, her family was presented with the photo mosaic of riders all over the world showing their support. Deeply...» Read More!
The global equestrian community’s response to the tragic death of an Australian young rider has been one of overwhelming support and compassion....» Read More!
Equestrians all over the world are uniting in remembrance of Olivia Inglis, the 17-year-old Australian eventer who was killed in a cross-country accident last weekend. Supporters have flocked to social media to send messages of...» Read More!
More tragic news has emerged in the aftermath of 17-year-old Olivia Inglis’ fatal rotational fall at Scone Horse Trials in New South Wales, Australia on Saturday. (See EN’s report here.) While Equestrian Australia originally reported...» Read More!
EN has confirmed further details about the fatal accident that claimed the life of 17-year-old Olivia Inglis yesterday at Scone Horse Trials in New South Wales, Australia. Equestrian Australia confirmed to EN that the rotational fall...» Read More!