The FEI World Driving Championships for Single Horses is held every two years in the same year as the FEI World Championships for Four-in-Hand. Combined Driving is a test of obedience, endurance, skill, and agility. It is somewhat like eventing, with driven dressage, an obstacle course and a marathon phase. Single horses, pairs or teams pull vehicles through the required elements. For more information on the FEI combined driving championships visit fei.org/fei/events/championships/driving/. Also visit hoefnet.nl for comprehensive news, results, videos, photos and more.

 

On Thursday, August 4th, dressage competition gets underway at 9:00am local time. See how you can watch live streaming. Read More
Wayne Humphreys's Cefnoakpark Bouncer won the first individual Gold for the USA in Combined Driving in 2005 with Suzy Stafford, 2016 Single Horse USA team member with her Morgan mare PFC Peace of Mind. Best wishes to Suzy, Sterling Graburn, Leslie Berndl, and Donna Crookson for a great week. Read More
Live Feed and information here! The best single driving horses in the world compete in the Tyrolian region of Austria. USA has a strong team headed to Piber Austria for the The World Single Horse Driving Championships. Read More
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named the U.S. Driving Team for the 2016 FEI World Driving Championships for Singles. The championship will take place August 3-7, 2016, in Piber Köflach, Austria. Michael Freund will serve as Chef d'Equipe and Thorsten Zarembowicz will be the... Read More

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