The last competitions of the 2013 year have come and gone, and the off-season is officially upon us. While winter may leave some of us crying into our summer breeches in a sun-starved depression, some of the top riders on the east and west coasts have shared their thoughts on how to let yourself - and your horse - relax while still staying productive.
At the 2012 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention in Colorado Springs, a new grant was announced that aimed to support a pipeline of developing horses for the U.S. Eventing Team.
Thoroughbred auctions are commonplace both in the U.S. and abroad, and play a major role in the marketplace of Thoroughbred race horses. However, a recent auction in the U.K. saw the sale of several Thoroughbreds for a very different purpose.
In his first appearance at the Rolex Kentucky CCI4* presented by Land Rover, Michael Jung claimed two spots on the podium for Germany and will take home a Rolex watch and $136,000.
Forty-six horses will take on Richard Jeffery's show jumping course in the Rolex arena this afternoon, beginning at 1 p.m.
On a chilly, rain-soaked day of cross-country riding at the Kentucky Horse Park, the international horses proved they came to play, snagging the top five spots on the leaderboard.
The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) has approved a revision to the rule regarding activation of a frangible device or obstacle on cross-country.
Phillip Dutton and I’m Sew Ready show jumped clean to keep their lead in the CIC3* at the Cloud 11 – Gavilan North, LLC.
When you’re as good as Phillip Dutton, being asked to ride very nice horses for other people isn’t particularly unusual
Great news for those unable to be in Southern Pines this weekend for the Carolina International CIC and Horse Trials! The USEF Network will bring all of the action of the CIC2* and CIC3* divisions from the Carolina Horse Park to your home.