Numerous Australian equestrians, and eventers in particular, now live outside of Australia in order to further their competitive careers. They, along with the wider international equestrian community, have a huge desire to support their fellow
US Equestrian President Murray Kessler has announced that he won’t be seeking re-election as US Equestrian President next year. He issued the following statement to members today: Dear US Equestrian Members, After much thought, I have
It’s great to have the 2020 eventing season up and running! Let’s recap your results from the weekend, which was headlined by Stable View Aiken Opener in Aiken, South Carolina, and Grand Oaks Horse Trials
How do you keep from going crazy in the indoor during the long, dark, cold winter months? Kim Keppick, an Advanced level event rider who has competed internationally as a member of the Irish three-day team
Hylofit wants to help you reach your goals this new year. With that in mind, EN is teaming up with Hylofit to give away a full Hylofit System (a $249 value) to one lucky reader.
Between 200 entries at Grand Oaks H.T. in Florida and another 278 at Stable View in Aiken, it boggles the mind to think that nearly 500 U.S. event horses are startbox-ready this early in the season!
We are getting ready for the first of the Grand Oaks Triple Crown Eventing Series 2020. See you at the Grand Oaks this Saturday Jan 18 and 19#eventing Posted by The Grand Oaks Resort on Monday,
At the 2019 FEI General Assembly, which took place in Moscow, Russia, in November, all proposed eventing rule changes for 2020 were passed including a revision to the FEI’s much debated rule regarding missing a flag on
Kailey Giancola, the 25-year-old eventer who suffered a severe brain stem injury from a fall from her horse on Dec. 16, is nothing if not a fighter, and her strength continues to be revealed in
The 2020 US Equestrian Annual Meeting is well underway in West Palm Beach, Florida, where it will continue through Saturday. Here’s a rolling recap of the proceedings — be sure to check back for more