We all love a good Who Jumped It Best, and I’ll be doing my best to bring you more of these from other divisions at #AEC2023 this week. Let’s kick things off with a smattering...» Read More!
The week or so after an event is always full of a special kind of chaos — the chaos that is unloading memory cards, which will have been filled to bursting throughout the competition but...» Read More!
This edition of ‘Who Jumped It Best’ sees some of our U25 CCI2*-L competitors at the MARS Bromont CCI show jump beneath the iconic Bromont sign, a proud relic of the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games...» Read More!
We’ve got a brand new edition of Who Jumped It Best? ready for your perusal, this one from the West coast’s Woodside Horse Trials at the end of May. The Preliminary riders tackled a bright...» Read More!
Our Who Jumped it Best? today takes us back to nearly two weeks ago, when all eyes were fixed upon the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event and its two jam-packed, ludicrously exciting classes. We’ve already...» Read More!
Earlier this week, we took a look at one of the earliest combinations on Beth Perkins’s Dark Waterspoon, LLC CCI1* course at the Setters’ Run Farm Carolina International, which came up at 7AB and featured...» Read More!
Here we go — another fresh edition of Who Jumped It Best? is coming in hot from this past weekend’s Winter H.T. at Twin Rivers in Paso Robles, CA. You know the drill: cast your...» Read More!
We’re kicking off this Tuesday with a fresh new serving of Who Jumped It Best? ready for your voting. This collection comes to us from Ram Tap in Fresno, CA, which ran its fall Advanced...» Read More!
Woodside hosted its October Horse Trials earlier this month with rousing success and positive feedback from all competitors, and we’re taking a look back through the lens of Sherry Stewart for a fresh new edition...» Read More!
Our latest Who Jumped It Best? recap comes from a very special California event: Shepherd Ranch in Santa Ynez, located just outside of the beautiful mountain town of Solvang. Shepherd Ranch is the home and...» Read More!
The first water in Luhmühlen’s CCI5* track is also one of its biggest challenges. After jumping three straightforward single fences, without much in the way of spectators around, horses and riders travel for a long...» Read More!
It’s high time for a slightly belated new edition of Who Jumped It Best? This round comes from north of the border, where riders competed at the MARS Bromont International earlier this month for the...» Read More!
Woodside’s annual Preliminary Challenge is a huge draw for the West coast, and to celebrate this year’s edition we’ve got a big field to sift through to find our next Who Jumped It Best champion!...» Read More!
Is there anything that heralds in a week better than a bumper edition of ‘Who Jumped it Best’? We don’t think so — and today, we’ve got an exciting one, fresh from this weekend’s cross-country finale...» Read More!
Time to dive into a fresh new edition of Who Jumped It Best? This selection comes to us from the 3*-S and Intermediate divisions at Twin Rivers in Paso Robles, Ca., from behind the lens...» Read More!
Time for a new round of Who Jumped It Best? This edition comes to us from The Fork at Tryon International, where Amber Heintzberger was our eyes on the ground for the 4*-S competition. We’ve...» Read More!
The great Groton House Horse Trials, long an eventing destination heralding back to the “golden days” of the sport, will close its doors this year and bring an end to an era at the same...» Read More!
It’s time to cast your vote for our latest Who Jumped It Best? poll. This edition comes to you fresh from the West coast — Fresno County Horse Park, to be exact — and behind...» Read More!
While at Equitana USA this past weekend, we got a chance to wander over to catch some of the action at Jump Start, which was running concurrently and also hosting Area VIII’s 2021 Championships. I...» Read More!
What a happy coincidence it is when a sponsor’s fence ends up being the perfect one to shoot for a Who Jumped It Best? That was the case for the Nutrena Open Intermediate divisions at...» Read More!
I told you there would be more from Millbrook this week! On Saturday after the Advanced cross country wrapped up and the organizers and volunteers were able to take a well-deserved lunch break, the Preliminary divisions...» Read More!
What happens when you put over 200 horse-and-rider combinations into a CCI4*-S? A lot of things, really — including a journalist and photographer with a memory card absolutely brimming with photos, all of which would...» Read More!
It’s that time again, folks: time, indeed, to don your Simon Cowell caps and pick your favourite superstar from an enviable line-up of options. This time, we head to England’s Aston le Walls, the inaugural...» Read More!