Suspense and pure grit were on display tonight as Great Britain claimed the Tokyo 2020 Para Dressage Team gold medal, continuing their seemingly unbreakable hold on the title which started in Atlanta 1996. The trio...» Read More!
On the 25th anniversary of the introduction of Para Dressage in the Paralympic Games, the field of 77 athletes from 26 countries in Tokyo promises to be the most competitive yet. Expect to see fierce...» 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!
This is one of the most inspirational and heartwarming things we’ve ever seen. Lauren Barwick is a Canadian Paralympic equestrian who has made quite a name for herself in the dressage world. Though she is...» Read More!
The British paper The Daily Mail has a wonderful, inspirational story about Ellie Bishop, a 13-year-old with dreams to ride dressage in the Paralympics. Ellie was diagnosed with life-threatening meningitis at age five, and doctors...» Read More!
Capt. Jack Fritz, 1924 – 2012 (Photo courtesy of howgoodridersgetgood.com ) Hello, EN Readers. I come to you today with sad tidings in my news and notes, the likes of which no amount of funny...» Read More!
As Samantha, Glenn, and Roberd Dover discuss in the show, there are three Para-equestrians who have recently lost their horses for the WEGs. I try not to ask Eventing Nation for much, but I do...» Read More!
A growing number of Paralympians are war veterans. On one hand, it breaks my heart to write about the extraordinary sacrifice made by so many heroes. On the other hand, nothing is more inspiring than...» Read More!