The FEI World Championships will look a bit different this cycle as the disciplines have been split to two different destinations. Eventing and combined driving will have their championships hosted in Italy at Pratoni del...» Read More!
Wow, the year just continues to fly by! It’s hard to believe that WEG, the event we were all waiting for, has come and gone, and Burghley is just around the corner. Onyx is shedding...» Read More!
Our good friend, The Horse Pesterer, put together this great video playlist of all of our Team USA WEG riders for your viewing pleasure. Want to relive the moments that helped stamp a ticket to...» Read More!
I don’t know about you all, but my social media feeds are positively buzzing with activity after today’s announcement of the eventing squad for WEG this year. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen such...» Read More!
From Colleen: A trip to Normandy has been on the minds of many upper level riders for months and months, and the anticipation is coming to an end in a few short weeks. An integral...» Read More!
We’ve talked a lot about the U.S. WEG picture this spring if only because it’s much more muddled due to human and equine injuries, sudden retirements and multiple selection trials still to go. Canada has a smaller...» Read More!
With three selection trials left to go, the WEG picture for Team USA is anything but clear, and there’s a lot riding on Bromont, Bramham and Luhmühlen as pairs look to earn a ticket to Normandy....» Read More!
Phillip Dutton has announced on his Facebook page that he is officially withdrawing Mr. Medicott from consideration for the World Equestrian Games team. Cave aggravated an old tendon injury on cross country at Rolex and...» Read More!
Entries for the World Equestrian Games closed March 25, and the final tallies are now in — 29 national federations have applied to compete in eventing; that’s 23 teams with six countries sending individual riders....» Read More!
Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP), the company heading up the host bid for Wellington, Fl. has withdrawn its bid to host the 2018 World Equestrian Games. This leaves just two cities in the running to host...» Read More!
Ladies and gentlemen, we are one month away from Rolex! If you haven’t started counting down the days, the Rolex Kentucky website has a handy countdown clock so you can see the exact number of...» Read More!
My tiny, awkward doglike creature sometimes accompanies me to the barn for work, however the last couple of months were too cold for him to comfortably tolerate the 30-minute drives without freezing his little toes...» Read More!
After much work, the Great Meadow Foundation, located in The Plains, Va., is ready to announce their final plans for a world class competition this spring to help prepare the members of the 2014 World...» Read More!
Meet Norman. He is the official mascot for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy. He is also exceedingly adorable. Alltech recently posted a link to a video series showing how Norman is preparing for...» Read More!
The FEI confirmed has confirmed via press release that all applicants under consideration to host the 2018 World Equestrian Games have been accepted. The next step in the decision-making process is a site visit by...» Read More!
Get out your credit cards, EN, because tickets for the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy went on sale this morning. Ticket sales officially began on June 6 for sponsors of the Games, as well...» Read More!