Embed from Getty Images Will Faudree this morning shared that his friend and the partner who carried him to countless career milestones, the Australian Thoroughbred gelding Antigua, has passed away at the age of 32....» Read More!
If you could write a letter to your younger self, what would you say? That’s the topic of an ongoing series by Equestrian Marketing Firm Athletux. Today five-star rider and U.S. Eventing Team rider Will Faudree shares...» Read More!
The U.S. eventing community has lost another great horse this week in Will Faudree’s retired upper-level partner Andromaque, who was euthanized yesterday due to complications from colic. “Missie,” a 16-year-old Irish Thoroughbred mare (Anshan x Gortnagale, by Strong Gale)...» Read More!
Could anything be more perfect than Will Faudree coaching the Area V Young Riders? It’s a back-to-his-roots step for the Lone Star State native, who started his career as an Area V Young Rider and...» Read More!
Will Faudree and his “little pocket rocket” Caeleste zipped around the Carolina International CIC2* cross country track to complete their eight-place jump up the scoreboard into the top spot. Only two out of 64 starters...» Read More!
It’s been three months since Will Faudree broke the C6 and C7 vertebrae in his neck in a fall with Hans Dampf on the Advanced cross country course at Five Points Horse Trials. With every passing...» Read More!
Will Faudree is recovering from neck surgery after he sustained an injury following a fall at Five Points last month. He broke the C6 and C7 vertebrae in his neck after falling from Hans Dampf...» Read More!
Fantastic news, EN! Will Faudree is heading home from Duke University Medical Center today after undergoing surgery on Sunday to repair two broken vertebrae in his neck following his fall at Five Points Horse Trials. Will said he...» Read More!
We reported yesterday that Will Faudree underwent surgery to stabilize a neck injury after falling from Hans Dampf while competing in the Advanced division at Five Points Horse Trials on Sunday. We’re also sending positive...» Read More!
Will Faudree is resting comfortably at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, after undergoing surgery on his neck yesterday following his fall with Hans Dampf on the Advanced cross country course at Five Points Horse Trials on...» Read More!
It’s the end of an era for fans of Andromaque, Will Faudree’s four-star partner that has garnered numerous top placings at major events around the world during her career. The 14-year-old Irish Thoroughbred mare owned by Jennifer...» Read More!
Will Faudree was 20 years old and a working student for Phillip Dutton when he began searching for a new horse. While he wasn’t completely sure what his ultimate goals were, Will knew he wanted to have...» Read More!
If you could put a microphone and a live audience in front of any three guys at Rolex, this trio — Michael Pollard, Will Faudree and Doug Payne, sitting in 1st-3rd respectively — would rank...» Read More!
Tiana Coudray confirmed this morning that she will forgo her Land Rover grant for Rolex to compete at Badminton with Ringwood Magister. “I am so appreciative for the opportunity to go to Kentucky, but when it came...» Read More!
The CIC* cross country has just wrapped up, and it came down to the finish for overnight leaders Peter Barry and Long Island T. The pair came home with a few time penalties, so Will...» Read More!
The CIC divisions here at Carolina International wrapped up the show jumping today, and the top three from both the one- and two-star divisions came over to the media tent for a quick press conference...» Read More!
The Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event is right around the corner! As in recent years, the official Rolex site (www.rk3de.org) is hosting blogs from three featured riders. This year’s participants are Will Faudree, Ellen Doughty, and...» Read More!
Will Faudree and Pawlow snuck past overnight leaders Ashley Adams and Da Vinci Code to take the win in the inaugural running of the CIC2* at Pine Top on a score of 44.4. Will and...» Read More!
For the first time in a long time, the Aiken Training Sessions were not frigidly cold and blustery, but instead a lovely sunny day with a light breeze that kept both horses and riders comfortable....» Read More!
When I asked Zach Brandt what the biggest difference was between West and East Coast eventing, his response came with no hesitation: “It’s freezing!” Zach is a California native who relocated to North Carolina to...» Read More!
Friday dawned bright and early, starting the day with horse trailers rolling in to Pine Top Farm in Thomson, Georgia in the dark of morning. As usual, it was bitter cold in the early hours,...» Read More!
Today dawned the second day of USEF High Performance Training Sessions here in Aiken, and true to tradition at this point, it was positively freezing. The unseasonably bitter wind combined with the freshly clipped horses...» Read More!
The final HSBC rankings have been released, and Andrew Nicholson tops the rankings once again this year with 634 points. William Fox-Pitt is close behind him with 621 points in second place. Buck Davidson is...» Read More!