We’re sure if you read between the lines enough there’s a bit somewhere in The Killers’ Mr Brightside (a wholly overrated bop at this point, let’s be honest) about coming out your cave and doing just...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram I took Beck to his first real xc schooling today, he certainly wasn’t lacking any enthusiasm!😂 . . . . #eventerproblems #eventing #xc #ottb #overachiever #maddogbob #beckandcall A post shared...» Read More!
Who won what this weekend? Let’s break it down. We’re going to have to award an Unofficial Low Score Champion trophy or something along those lines to Jane Musselman and Engapore, who once again had...» Read More!
Sure, we have to throw the FEI divisions a bone, but let’s not kid ourselves: the MOST important, prestigious and heated competition of the Hagyard Midsouth Three-Day Event & Team Challenge is … the Team...» Read More!
The Young Horse World Championships at Le Lion d’Angers have historically never taken any prisoners where the final phase is concerned, with this ordinarily acting as the most influential phase due to a combination of...» Read More!
Four eventing athletes have been awarded partial grants to provide financial support for their travel to CCI4*-L competitions in the fall of 2020....» Read More!
The international divisions concluded on Saturday at Hagyard Midsouth, as well as Training through Intermediate horse trials. Let’s see how they finished out!...» Read More!
It always feels like the final horse inspection here at the Young Horse World Championships at Le Lion d’Anger is particularly high-intensity — likely because these young talents haven’t yet learned how to run over...» Read More!
There’s always a heightened sense of anticipation in the air before the pivotal cross-country phase at an international, but never more so than in this funny old year of stops and starts. That anticipation, of...» Read More!
Thank goodness that we have Tilly’s coverage of the FEI World Breeding Championships for Young Horses in Le Lion d’Angers in France to glue our eyes right now, because with all the memories of Fair Hills...» Read More!
There are a few prominent reasons to bring a young horse to the FEI World Breeding Championships at Le Lion d’Angers. You might be trying to put its name in lights as a shop window...» Read More!
The Hagyard Midsouth Three-Day Event & Team Challenge barreled on forward today, with the FEI divisions going cross country and Training through Intermediate...» Read More!
“What’s Happening This Summer,” presented in partnership with Strider (formerly Event Clinics), is your complete guide to clinics, schooling shows...» Read More!
The Hagyard Midsouth Three-Day Event is off and running at the Kentucky Horse Park, and the backdrop couldn’t be more pleasant: robin-egg blue skies, brightly-lit foliage and sweater-optional temps. Have a blast out there, competitors!...» Read More!
It’s been all systems go at Le Lion d’Angers this week, where the Young Horse World Championships are well underway and the competition is heating up fast. But it’s always important to enjoy the time...» Read More!
View this post on Instagram Our lovely young 6 year old owned by Fred and Penny Barker has set the standard with a solid mark of 26.6! Thank you @solene_bailly_photos and @mondialdulion 🇬🇧 #TeamGreen...» Read More!
We are sorry to hear that Cooley SRS, whom Oliver Townend rode to a second place result at Badminton 2018, was put down after a cross country schooling accident with Australian eventer Hazel Shannon on...» Read More!
Guys. This is the thing. The REALLY IMPORTANT thing. The thing that makes FHI work. The reason our family is so special…. Posted by Fair Hill International on Monday, October 12, 2020 We’re kicking off this...» Read More!
This week kicks off an event we’re always keen to watch: the FEI WBFSH Eventing World Breeding Championship for Young Horses in Le Lion d’Angers, France. This championship event attracts the cream of the 6-...» Read More!
Bienvenue à Le Lion d’Angers! Though the FEI World Breeding Championships for Young Horses has a slightly different feel to it this year, as it’s being run behind closed doors, the excitement and expectation is...» Read More!
Bonsoir, readers, and welcome to the dark side. I’ve been seeing the word ‘blog’ chucked around like a searing bit of weaponry lately, and as is my wont, I’ve decided to embrace that which is...» Read More!
If you look closely at a program that consistently produces good horses and competitive results, certain core elements of that program stand out. In order to reach success in any sport, athletes must commit themselves...» Read More!
“How was your weekend?” is the prompt that usually begins Nation Media’s Monday morning team calls. Jumper Nation editor Lynn Mueller always surprises us with her spare-time feats (recent example: 100-mile run race on Saturday followed...» Read More!