I’m in an all-out Burghley mood today, which means I’ve spent more time than I’d like to admit digging through videos from past years. One of my favorite videos is always a voiceover helmet cam,...» Read More!
This blog has been published on EN in its original format with permission from Jacky Green — you can view the original post on the Team Price website here. The eventing season is just around...» Read More!
After two years of coronavirus pandemic-induced hiatus, the Magic Millions Festival of British Eventing was welcomed back to Gatcombe Park this weekend. While the title of British Open Champion did change hands today (2019 winners Jonelle...» Read More!
Falco is fast becoming a superstar, and could be tipped for the Olympic team in Paris come 2024 — he’s now the number one ride of Marlborough-based New Zealand event rider Tim Price. The 13-year...» Read More!
Windrush Equestrian Foundation, and Tim Price, are sad to announce the retirement of their beloved Wesko, from top level competition. The 18-year-old CCI5* Champion was being prepared for the delayed Tokyo Olympics but has sadly...» Read More!
Tim Price of New Zealand with the 11-year-old Vitali was the winner in the CCI4*-L class, the highest ranked one during Strzegom Spring Open. Polish rider finished second in the three-star class. Price, the current...» Read More!
We have a changing of the guard at the top of the FEI World Eventing Athlete Rankings, as New Zealand’s Tim Price has taken over as World No. 1 with 557 points. A third-place finish at Kentucky with Xavier...» Read More!
This weekend we saw Jonelle Price top the leaderboard at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials and be the first woman to do so since 2007. Her husband, Tim, clinched his first four-star win with...» Read More!
Tim Price withdrew last year’s Rolex runner-up, Wesko, from the entry list earlier this week and now has reported that the 13-year-old Dutch gelding sustained a soft tissue injury that will sideline him for the remainder...» Read More!
New Zealand eventer Tim Price made the most of his first trip to Rolex in 2015, finishing in second place with Wesko, the 13-year-old Dutch gelding owned by Christina Knudsen and the Wesko Syndicate. When...» Read More!
You’re heading into the Rolex arena with a fighting chance at winning the most coveted wrist candy in eventing, and there’s just a fraction of a point separating first and second. What’s going through your...» Read More!
In the immortal words of Outkast’s André 3000: “You can paint a pretty picnic but you can’t predict the weather.” In the immortal words of Michael Jung: “We will see.” The top-three placed competitors after...» Read More!
Equestrian Sports New Zealand named seven riders and a total of 12 horses to its 2015 Eventing High Performance Squad yesterday....» Read More!
As a special countdown to Christmas this year, Keyflow UK is honoring horses from different disciplines as “horses of a lifetime” on Facebook, and several event horses are represented in the countdown, along with some fond memories...» Read More!
Andrew Nicholson, Mark Todd, Jock Paget, and Tim and Jonelle Price are auctioning off their art work to support NZ Riding for the Disabled, a New Zealand charity that gives disabled children and adults the opportunity to...» Read More!
New Zealand rider Tim Price took home the top honors last weekend at Luhmühlen with Wesko, an 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, after re-routing from Badminton. This week, Tim sat down with Franky Reid-Warrilow to speak...» Read More!
Tim Price’s win at Luhmuhlen may have come as a surprise to many, but not to those that know the story of his and Wesko’s journey to get there. The acceptance speech that Tim gave...» Read More!
We’re starting to get very spoiled with Americans in press conferences. Boyd Martin was in good company this afternoon with Michael Jung and Tim Price as they spoke about their respective paths to the top three...» Read More!