Lets jump right into coverage of today’s training sessions, with Mark coaching only A&B listed riders. (1) I arrived just at the end of Jan’s flat lesson, but Waterfront looked great and it was...» Read More!
From TheHorse.com: “After identifying a lack of reliability and repeatability in experienced veterinarians’ evaluation of lameness, a group of vets have challenged the industry to search for and develop “a more objective and reliable method...» Read More!
1) If you are wondering why your vet is not in town this week, it’s probably because they are partying it up studying in Las Vegas at the AAEP Convention. Ridiculous factoid: casinos never have clocks...» Read More!
Eventing Nation has been extensively covering this FEI controversy since we first reported rumors of the potential change two weeks ago. When I got to the convention, I was excited to chat with more riders about the issue,...» Read More!
FEI President Princess Haya responded today to the growing dissent within the equestrian community about the FEI’s decision to allow low levels of bute and other NSAID’s. “…In equestrian sport, the predominant argument in recent...» Read More!
Eventing Nation has obtained a copy of a letter sent from a group of high-ranking FEI vets, including past and current members for the FEI veterinary commission. The letter was sent on Tuesday to FEI...» Read More!
“Lambourn-based Jenny Hall, who apart from a daily involvement treating racehorses, is the veterinary services manager for the 2012 Olympics, said she was surprised by the decision and could envisage no crossover to racing. She...» Read More!