Eventing Nation was started 11 years ago in a barn aisle with the idea that the eventing community is unlike any other. Full of our quirks and rough edges, we come together in barns all...» Read More!
Being at Burnham Market this week is a little bit like walking into a hall of mirrors — not least because it’s kind of Blenheim, but also not, and because it’s September instead of the...» Read More!
The USEA issued a statement this afternoon regarding the event venue in Unionville, Pennsylvania, which is preparing to host its international competition Sept. 17-20, 2020. The landowners terminated their property lease on Monday, Sept. 14, according...» Read More!
It’s been twenty years since the Sydney Olympic Games where Australia took home team gold (with our now-stalwart Phillip Dutton as a member) and David O’Connor and Custom Made snagged individual gold. The 2000 Games...» Read More!
Wildfires continue to ravage the West Coast, killing 35 and burning nearly five million acres of land. These fires are leaving thousands displaced across California, Oregon and Washington State. Officials in California are saying that...» Read More!
In a year in which we’ve spent most of our time reminiscing about what should have been, it’s especially poignant to see an event step up to fill a gap and provide the valuable opportunity...» Read More!
Updated 9/16 2:39 p.m. eastern: Denis Glaccum, President, PFI Events, Inc., announced this afternoon that Cuyler Walker, a PFEE Board member and landowner, has cancelled the lease for the property. Mr. Walker notified PFI Events and the USEA of...» Read More!
When all you ride are #Thoroughbreds ❤️☺️ at an event. #SimplyPriceless •TIP… Posted by Elisa Wallace Eventing on Sunday, September 13, 2020 I always feel a bit wistful as I pull up the weekend’s results each...» Read More!
Cross country day at the 2019 Blue Ridge Mountain H.T. at TIEC proved to be influential. Doug Payne closed out a wire-to-wire win the in the B division, but he relinquished the A division to...» Read More!
Good morning, EN! We are very excited to bring you live updates from the Advanced cross country at Blue Ridge Mountain H.T. at TIEC. Doug Payne remains the one to beat as he’s leading both of...» Read More!
Double overnight leader Doug Payne looks like he’s gotten quite comfortable at the top of both Advanced divisions at Blue Ridge Mountain Horse Trials at TIEC presented by EquiSafe Global. After three clear rounds in the show...» Read More!
Doug Payne has the Advanced divisions cornered at the Blue Ridge Mountain Horse Trials at TIEC presented by EquiSafe Global. Two first placed spots and one second place position makes him the man to beat after...» Read More!
The Tryon International Equestrian Center plays host to this weekend’s feature event, the Blue Ridge Mountain H.T. and we’ve got all the details on how you can watch at home. This event includes Beginner Novice...» Read More!
There are horses who really love going cross country, and then there’s Lismakeera Brewski. He and his rider, Gabrielle Ruane, parted ways in the Chattahoochee Hills Advanced, but the gelding knew exactly where he was supposed to...» Read More!
After a long delay, the international eventing season roars back to life on the West Coast with the Twin Rivers Fall International Sept. 17-20 in Coastal Central California’s Paso Robles. The region’s many upper level...» Read More!
The eventing community lost a light last April when Mike Winter lost his courageous battle against ALS. An active supporter of eventing and former Area VIII and USEA Board of Governors member, Mike will forever...» Read More!
We love showcasing events from all around the country, and Course Brook Farm is the latest in our Who Jumped It Best? series, with photos generously provided by Joan Davis of Flatlandsfoto. Don’t forget to...» Read More!
The Alex Delazer Auction is coming up September 11-14, and its unique virtual format will bring quality event horses right to buyers’ living rooms. One familiar name you may spot in the auction catalog is...» Read More!
In horse racing there is always a winner. Always a horse that comes out bigger, faster, and stronger than all the others. Sometimes as trainers, we can tell how successful a horse may be due...» Read More!
It was a hot one out there this weekend! Out here on the West coast, riders tackled the tracks at Copper Meadows in Ramona, California, where organizers ran an efficient event that factored in the...» Read More!
For those still seeking an FEI event for the fall, Bromont has added an international event to its calendar for October 3-4, 2020. Located in Quebec, the event hopes to also play host to any...» Read More!
2020 has been the year of “training” for most equestrians, and a uniquely-formatted clinic series that combines virtual and in-person learning with Boyd Martin in New Jersey is taking it to the next level. Laura...» Read More!
In this excerpt from her book Horse Brain, Human Brain, brain scientist and horsewoman Janet Jones explains the difference between what you see on course and what your horse sees. Horses often give the impression of superb...» Read More!