I haven’t found the word yet to describe the agony of being on the west coast during WEGs. It’s in the same family as the feeling you get when you missed the latest episode of...» Read More!
And so it begins! The World Equestrian Games are officially underway! Yesterday’s opening ceremonies were nothing short of amazing and speak volumes about what we can expect at this year’s games. Chinch is already on...» Read More!
In June it felt like summer would stretch endlessly in to the future. There would be weekends filled with complaining about the heat while reapplying the umpteenth layer of sunscreen. Barbecues would be fired up at every opportunity...» Read More!
One of my favorite things about social media is the behind-the-scenes access it grants us at huge events like the WEGs. I always love to see what kind of accommodations the organizers have put together...» Read More!
When I was in KY this weekend, I had a few moments to walk around the snowy grounds of the Kentucky Horse Park. I walked out to the XC fields and it was amazing to...» Read More!
On Wednesday morning, we linked to an article in the Horse and Hound announcing Great Britain is unlikely to send a full Driving team to the WEG in Kentucky due to the high cost of transporting the...» Read More!
he 2010 WEG in Lexington, KY are nearly upon us. EN is going to do its best to bring you the latest news and information about the Games up until the opening ceremonies (and hopefully...» Read More!
Horse Bow-Hunting Moron Arrested: A 17-year-old youth is behind bars in Fayette County, Georgia, after his arrest for the arrow attack on an eight-year-old horse, Misty. [Insert lament about degeneration of teens in America.] Doping:...» Read More!
Dressage legend Jessica Ransehousen speaks about winning the 2009 USEF Lifetime Achievement Award, and her daughter, Missy, talks about training in Florida and being in business with her mother. Plus, we bring you the latest...» Read More!
The WEG 2010 Radio Show, from our friends at the Horse Radio Network have a really fantastic eventing guest this week. Eventer Alex Hua Tian was the China’s first ever Olympic rider in 2008 at...» Read More!
In a letter sent out to all Rolex 2009 volunteers, Rolex’s fantastic Eventing Director, Jane Atkinson says: “While we’ve been thinking that we’d have no riders from “accross the pond” next year [at Rolex] because...» Read More!
Eventing Nation would like to extend a special thank you to Samantha Clark, who co-hosts the 2010 Radio Show from our good friends at the Horse Radio Network. Â Samantha sent a lot of traffic our...» Read More!
Check out Kat Netzler’s recap of the Membership Meeting here. Thanks for visiting our Saturday live thread. Â *In live threads, I type as fast as possible in a real-time, stream of consciousness format. Â There is...» Read More!
“The FEI originally decided to postpone enactment until April, but under continuing pressure from a variety of nations, on Friday it contacted all its member countries asking for permission not to enact the NSAIDs rule...» Read More!
At a recent press conference, Breido Graf zu Rantzau, President of the German Equestrian Federation, discussed the possibility of a European boycott of the 2010 World Equestrian Games over the FEI’s decision to allow low...» Read More!