Australia’s Andrew Hoy and Vassily de Lassos posted one of seven double-clear rounds out of 51 Luhmühlen CCI4*-S cross country starters, and the fastest time of their division. Now he’s posted the helmet cam so that we...» Read More!
Earth had been many days in the making, proclaimed the Book of Genesis, when the big guy in the sky looked down upon his creation and realised that its denizens had become all tangled up...» Read More!
It’s wildly entertaining to see Germany’s eventing heavyweights duking it out at the top of the Luhmühlen CCI4*-S Meßmer Trophy leaderboard, and the cage match continued on the cross country course today. The top two after dressage, Julia...» Read More!
Hello from cross country day at Longines Luhmühlen Horse Trials! Following apocalyptic rain storms last night, the start of CCI5*-L cross country has been pushed back to 3 p.m. local time/9 a.m. EST. You can watch the...» Read More!
Walking the course at Luhmühlen on a sunny weekday, before the crowds pour in, is a special kind of joy. It’s ludicrously pretty here – so green, and with towering pines that look like Bob...» Read More!
If Frankie Thieriot Stutes was German – or just a bit odd – she might have been heard to say “Ich glaud mein Schwein pfeift.” That’s because the Germans love a porcine aphorism, and why would anyone utter...» Read More!
Luhmühlen’s Meßmer Trophy CCI4*-S competition might not have top billing, but it’s as equally fierce as the CCI5*-L headliner. The division is a stocked pond of German heavy-hitters, as it typically is in a championship year...» Read More!
The Mexican Equestrian Federation has named the eventing team for the Pan American Games, which will take place Aug. 1-4 in Lima, Peru. Ricardo Pérez Conde is serving as chef d’equipe, with the following four riders have been named to...» Read More!
Welcome to Luhmühlen. Tucked away in fairytale woods, the third five-star of the year wends its way past improbably teensy fairytale cottages, through dappled sunlight, and, presumably, around stray batches of nuns, because there are...» Read More!
Welcome to Luhmühlen, where Chinch is already three steins in and busy terrorising the locals with a bit of this: He can’t be tamed, unfortunately, but while he’s distracted saving the planet, we’ve been busy analysing...» Read More!
A compact but competitive field of 35 trotted up in front of the assembled ground jury of Christina Klingspor (SWE), Anne-Marie Taylor (GBR), and Martin Plewa (GER), presided over by the faint smell of beer and sausages and the imminent threat...» Read More!
Drones offer a fantastic way to preview cross country courses, and this flyover video of Mike Etherington-Smith’s CCI5*-L at the Longines Luhmühlen Horse Trials is an absolute must-watch. The course has 30 numbered fences with...» Read More!
USEA Area II is on a North American Youth Championships roll. Last year they came home from NAYC with Team Gold and Individual Silver and Bronze in the three-star, and Team Bronze and Individual Silver...» Read More!
“You don’t want to event, it is terrifying!” That was the first real opinion I heard about eventing when I first transitioned to the world of wearing helmets and tight pants. I had just started...» Read More!
In the market for a new four-legged partner? You may find your unicorn on our sister site, Sport Horse Nation. To help with the search, we’re going to feature a selection of current listings here on...» Read More!
The second USEF/USET Foundation North American Futures Team Challenge took place at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event, with Erik Duvander’s team taking the win. Established with the USET Foundation and administered by USEF, the North...» Read More!
Bromont may have been this weekend’s headline event (see EN’s coverage here), but there was plenty more action afoot across the Eventing Nation. Of note, River Glen H.T. in New Market, Tennessee, hosted its first...» Read More!
Everyone loves a good comeback story, and both of the CCI3*-L winners at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont Three-Day Event battled their own unique adversities to bounce back to the top here in Quebec. Kylie Lyman...» Read More!
Show jumping proved to be the deciding factor for both CCI2*-L divisions at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont CCI Three-Day Event, with the winners both rising from third place after cross country to taste victory. Just 10 of the...» Read More!
Boyd Martin has won top events all around the world, but the Todd Sandler Perpetual Trophy had eluded him ever since Bromont added a CCI4*-L in 2008 — until today. Adding 0.8 time penalties over Marc Donovan’s...» Read More!
If you disregard a minor blip back in 2014, Kitty King has enjoyed a rather remarkable relationship with Bramham. She first came here in 2003, finishing second in this class with Five Boys, and second again...» Read More!
That’s a wrap on cross country day at the MARS EQUESTRIAN Bromont Three-Day Event! With six FEI divisions running cross country...» Read More!
Gemma Tattersall Takes CCI4*-S Victory “She’s so amazing,” enthused a beaming Gemma Tattersall, after skipping her way around the CCI4*-S track with Quicklook V, winning on her dressage score of 21.6. ‘Pebbles’, as she’s known at home,...» Read More!