Along with its confirmation of the individual quota holders for this summer’s Olympic Games, the FEI and IOC have also released a revised version of the timetable for the equestrian disciplines in Tokyo. These changes...» Read More!
It was starting to feel like rather a long wait since our last update on the trail to Tokyo, wasn’t it? But when it rains, it really does pour, and news of the confirmed team...» Read More!
Interested in a little summer trip to Tokyo? It sounds like the 2020 Olympic equestrian venues, the Equestrian Park in Setagaya and the Sea Forest Cross Country Course in the Tokyo Bay area, could use...» Read More!
Raise a glass, chaps – we’ve officially made it to another Olympic year! But what’s actually been happening since we last checked in on the trail to Tokyo? The closing of 2019 brought with it...» Read More!
Moskow 80 (Part #2) Posted by Bakar Gachechiladze on Tuesday, April 2, 2013 Happy Friday, EN-ers. To celebrate the first weekend of this Olympic year, we’re going to go back in time to another Games —...» Read More!
Why be an Olympian, when you could be a dual Olympian? We’re already familiar with double European eventing champion and five-time Olympian Ingrid Klimke — but some casual followers may not know that Germany’s reigning...» Read More!
One of Britain’s brightest talents has been sold in this winter’s most significant movement thus far, which comes as we close in on the January 15 deadline for Olympic transfers. “Jayne McGivern and I are...» Read More!
The eventing selection procedures for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are approved and available on the US Equestrian website. If you’re applying, click here to read the document in full — no shortcuts for you! You’ll...» Read More!
With the Nations Cup finale at Military Boekelo behind us, it’s easy to think of the Tokyo team line-up as being set in stone now – after all, the final, much-discussed ticket was awarded at...» Read More!
China, Thailand and Poland have officially secured their qualification to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games across qualifiers this weekend at Baborówko and Samur....» Read More!
What is the path to qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games? A total of 65 combinations will compete in eventing, with 15 teams made up of three combinations each (45 total combinations) and a...» Read More!
USEF has announced the potential list of selection trials for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. The final list of selection trials will be published as part of the approved Eventing Selection Procedure for the 2020...» Read More!
It doesn’t take much to inspire Olympic fever — never mind that the next Games aren’t for another two and a half years, and never mind that, with the WEG looming, there’s plenty to occupy...» Read More!
The year was 1996, and the setting, the Atlanta Olympics. Australia’s eventing team, comprised of Andrew Hoy, Wendy Schaeffer, Phillip Dutton, and Gillian Rolton, was within touching distance of a gold medal, but it was to...» Read More!
In late August the FEI announced that all human and equine samples taken for drug testing during the Olympics came back negative for each of the equestrian disciplines of eventing, show jumping and dressage. Yesterday...» Read More!
There’s been much talk about the future of eventing’s inclusion in the Olympics. For now, we are safe. But as of 2020, all sporting disciplines are said to be ‘up for review’ after each Olympics;...» Read More!
Lauren Billys is the first to say that representing Puerto Rico at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro was far from easy. But not one to let any hurdles deter her, Lauren kept her head...» Read More!
It goes without saying that Clark Montgomery and his long time partner Loughan Glen had some great expectations to fulfill heading into the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this summer. A CCI3* win at...» Read More!
It’s been one week since the Closing Ceremony of the 2016 Olympics, and this beautifully produced video from the BBC does as good a job as we’ve seen of reviewing everything we saw, felt and...» Read More!
Can you believe it’s already the last day of equestrian competition in Rio? Why not enjoy one more round on us — we’ve got your pint-sized recap of the day’s headlines and news! If these...» Read More!
Just what does it take to supply the entire Olympic equestrian operation with all their feed, hay and bedding? If you really want to know there’s no better person to talk to than Dr. Joe...» Read More!
No venue does drama like the Olympics: what a roller-coaster day of show jumping! This round’s on us: It’s the Olympic Happy Hour, a pint-sized recap of the day’s news and headlines. Rails fell, hopes...» Read More!
I am in heaven! What coach could not be in heaven watching the Rio Olympics? Every day produces more stories of great coaching and extraordinary exploits that coaches and competitors can use to take their...» Read More!