Tomorrow will bring a bunch more photos and videos but I had to get a pic of the two top horses of the weekend. On the… Posted by DPEquestrian LLC on Sunday, April 4, 2021 I...» Read More!
Sunday saw thrilling finishes across the board for The Fork at TIEC presented by Nutrena®, but none as definitive as Doug Payne (USA) topping the leaderboard in the ProElite® CCI4*-S Division, in addition to top-ten...» Read More!
This article has been updated on 4/4 with additional information and quotes from the official press release. Reporting on an event remotely in the absence of a live stream presents a challenge, but it’s one...» Read More!
Half a decade ago, The Fork was the final destination for almost every Kentucky-bound pair, offering a preview of who was really reaching peak performance prior to the late April event. With the addition of...» Read More!
Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) has announced today that it is excited to welcome the return of The Fork at TIEC Eventing competition on April 2-5, 2020. However, due to recent storm damage on the...» Read More!
Never turn your back on a chestnut mare. Clark Montgomery and Caribbean Soul snuck up from behind to take the win in The Fork at Tryon’s Adequan Advanced division, moving from 10th after dressage to 6th...» Read More!
Poor Boyd Martin has endured a lot of good-natured ribbing this weekend about the infamous boat that gave he and Tsetserleg grief during the 2018 World Equestrian Games. The jump resurfaced like a bad penny...» Read More!
Welcome to cross country day at The Fork at Tryon, presented by Lucky Clays Farm! We are counting down to the start of CCI4*-S cross country at 11:39 a.m. There is no live stream, but I...» Read More!
Lynn Symansky and Under Suspection won one of two Advanced divisions at The Fork at Tryon in 2018, and a year later they’re poised to defend their title — although Lynn is more interested in giving “Pippy”...» Read More!
The Fork at Tryon CCI4*-S dressage leader Liz Halliday-Sharp headed into show jumping with a rail in hand and ended up cashing it in on the final fence. No mind, though — she still lays...» Read More!
It’s the blue moon of eventing: two big CCIs in one weekend. We’ve been following both Chattahoochee Hills and The Fork at Tryon with interest, both set against the backdrop of clock tower peaked Adirondack-style...» Read More!
There’s a distinct sense of déjà vu walking the CCI4*-S course for The Fork here at Tryon International Equestrian Center, as much of Capt. Mark Phillips’ track resembles his course...» Read More!
In an extension of her dominance at Carolina International two weeks ago, Liz Halliday-Sharp owns the top two CCI4*-S spots after dressage day at The Fork at Tryon International Equestrian Center. Carolina winner Fernhill by...» Read More!
Boyd Martin’s last excursion to Tryon International Equestrian Center for the 2018 World Equestrian Games was a little bit of a bummer, but now he’s back and ready to make things right with a certain...» Read More!
Remember last year’s edition of The Fork at Tryon CIC3*/World Equestrian Games Test Event? Back in the good ol’ days of CICs … seems like so long ago. As a reminder of how that story...» Read More!
Entries are now open for The Fork at Tryon, which will run three FEI divisions (CCI4*-S, CCI3*-S and CCI2*-S) and USEA National levels from Beginner Novice to Advanced on April 4-7 at Tryon International Equestrian...» Read More!
The Fork CIC3*/WEG Test Event was only a preview to what we can expect come September at the World Equestrian Games. There is much work left to be done at the Tryon International Equestrian Center,...» Read More!
If you’re a fan of classic rock and/or country music as well as show jumping, then you’re in for a real treat. The Chronicle TV live streamed the final phase Advanced and CIC3* divisions yesterday...» Read More!
Although much of the focus was zoomed in on the WEG Test Event at The Fork CIC and Horse Trials, there were another 150+ horses competing at the Tryon International Equestrian Center this weekend. The Open Intermediate...» Read More!
Chris Barnard’s show jumping course in the Tryon Stadium at Tryon International Equestrian Center switched up the final results in The Fork CIC3*/WEG Test Event yesterday. While the overnight leaders, Phillip Dutton and Z, posted...» Read More!
Since stepping up to the Advanced level in 2016, Phillip Dutton’s rising star Z has twice come close to clinching a three-star win and settled for second place — but not today. As the overnight leader and last...» Read More!
Two boss women, two bay mares, two blue ribbons … the winners are in from two divisions of Advanced here at The Fork at Tryon! Advanced Test A Lynn Symansky and Under Suspection won the...» Read More!
Thirty-one horses will move on to show jumping in The Fork CIC3*/World Equestrian Games Test Event following the final horse inspection on a brisk morning here at Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, North...» Read More!